this recipe is courtesy maurya sheraton hotel it rocks !!!!!
pronounced shtoh-luhn, stollen is a wonderful traditional christmas bread from germany. the traditional shape is that of a large, folded oval. every year my grandmother would make this for christmas and we would have it for a light breakfast on christmas
southerner's typically serve black-eyed peas on new year's day for good luck. the tradition is to serve it with greens (symbolizing money and wealth). i typically make black eyed peas cooked with bacon or salt pork, and throw a penny in....the person th
this is a pie served at the old granite inn in rockland, maine. i haven't tried it yet, but as soon as i found it on another site i knew i had to share it. maple syrup and cornflakes make for an interesting twist on a familiar favorite.
courtesy of the oregonian- we make two chilis at my house: one for the vegetarians and one for the meatetarians. omnivores can just mix. this is also good with the addition of some veggies, such as zucchini or other squashes, carrots, potato, corn, bell p
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