this hearty stew that originated in areas of south and east africa. potatoes, both sweet and white, as well as cauliflower, calcium-rich greens, raisins, and spices make a savory and nourishing meal to warm us on cold winter nights. serve topped with ri
many years ago, a new neighbor invited me for coffee. she served this delicious, moist cake and a few days later i asked her for the recipe. she wrote it by hand on a sweet little recipe card, which i still have. and 16 years later, she is my dearest frie
i originally got this idea from a dessert i had at joe's crab shack. my husband and i loved it so much, that i gave the combination a shot and it turned out just like what my husband and i had eaten at the restaurant. if you have a favorite crepe recipe,
adapted from betty crocker with minor changes. not the typical louisiana cornmeal fry batter, but pretty good. i've had great success with copycat bisquick recipes from zaar. double the recipe for a batch of onion rings on the side. if desired, season
there are many similar recipes but none are as good! i got this out of a church cookbook by karla m. and roberta g. besides my mother in-law they are the best cooks in the church! i have made this so many times and it always turns out so yummy! beware you
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