calling all chocoholics. need i say more?
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these are great for holidays or just everyday. these cookies are great... they come out a little crispy (they are not the soft sugar cookies). the recipe was given to me by a parent of one of my students. they go great with icing. you can put the dough in
on the same dy i signed up for zwt-8, i stumbled across this recipe by chef kenny gilbert in a random browsing moment. chef gilbert competed on season 7 of top chef & is the executive chef of the 50 eggs restaurant group. it was described as a make-ahead
based on a recipe from lora brody's cookbook, pizza, focaccia, flat, and filled breads from your bread machine - perfect every time. she says, "just when you thought things couldn't get better bread-wise, along comes a whole new concept: two layers of ros
popular throughout latin america (especially in uruguay), milanesas are thin cut steaks that have been breaded and fried. they're easy to make and perfect for a quick supper. start with thinly sliced top round, dip slices in egg and bread crumbs, and fry
this is different than my other but hides the squash more. this serves 6-8 as a main dish, many more as a side. cook time is bake time. ***i use fresh puree but zaar won't recognize that ingredient. i baked the squash at 375 for 1 hour and put in the food