very fresh flavor with slightly sweet taste and a crunch thanks to the almonds and celery. i love to make a huge batch of this and keep it in the fridge for sandwiches for the week. tastes great on croissants and is always a hit at parties when i serve
this recipe came from a book of wonderful recipes from a bunch of wonderful people. all of which are diagnosed with scleroderma. it's called "cooking up a storm for scleroderma". i received it from my support group leader as a christmas gift. thank you, a
this is a recipe from steven raichlen's "the bbq bible". here is what is stated: "the original version of this dish is hot, hot, hot. for the full effect, use 1 entire tablespoon of cayenne. for a milder but highly flavorful rendition, use 1 to 2 teaspoo
this is one of my favorite things to make. i have people ask me to make it for parties and get togethers all the time! my ex-boyfriend who is italian goes nutts for it. best of all its super easy to make!
this recipe came to me in an email today regarding a new copycat recipe. " pancakes baked with pecans and sliced fresh bananas, covered in a warm, caramel sauce." secret recipe tips - be sure to let the pecans and bananas show for a nice presentation.
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