yummy and easy! tastes a lot like chocolate-covered toffee.
a recreation of the dense, heavy oat cakes available in some northern california coffee houses and health food stores. they're shaped like hockey pucks and come with a choice in fruit. source: www.fatfree.com/recipes/desserts/apricot-oat-cakes
this is a very reliable standard bread machine recipe for a 1 lb loaf. too many people i know have bread machines but don't use them because they don't know how to do anything but use a mix! this will make a nice soft loaf as is, and it's also a great j
i have served this to so many people who have sworn they do not like broccoli and they have ended up loving it! very simple, only 5 ingredients, and keeps well in the refrigerator for a few days. the cooking time stated is merely to crisp the bacon - if y
i begged my tanté enna for years for this recipe, she finally gave it to me on her 93rd birthday, the year before she passed away. we had always had this for a traditional christmas morning nut roll to have with our coffee. it took me a couple of years
this is from the "fix-it and forget-it cookbook" for slow-cookers. i love this, and do my husband and son. make sure to add the vinegar at the end, it makes a big, delicious difference! we like ours with fresh cornbread.
this is a make ahead (once a month cooking) recipe that is bound to help those working families out there who want a home made meal in 30 minutes. you just need to set aside a bit of time on a weekend or evening to do a few meals and you definitely won't
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