this is a great old-fashioned chocolate fudge cake--the cake to turn to for "chocolate cake occasions." this cake is moist, with a fine grain and excellent flavor. since both kids and adults love this cake, it's great for family gatherings or birthday parties. you could even go as far as to making a double chocolate cake by adding 1 cup semi-sweet mini chocolate bits tossed with 1 tbsp. sifted flour mixture, and add to batter after adding melted chocolate. great any way you prepare it! (from the perfect cake by susan purdy)
these gorgeously gourmet candies only take 3 ingredients and a few minutes of work! i was going to make a kind of peppermint bark for my friends (it was such a hit during the holidays), but they morphed into these once i realized i had no candycanes. j
yummy asian pancakes and a delicious dipping sauce of sesame oil, sugar and soy sauce. my mother used to make these for me when i was a little girl. i recently found this recipe in the october 2009 food network magazine. prep time includes chill time.
this is a new take on a classic that is so flavorful everyone who tastes it will beg you for the recipe. the most time consuming part of this dish is the shelling and deveining. serve this with pasta and fresh sourdough bread.
my irish family has been telling me for yrs (ok, decades) that i was full of blarney & now i get a chance to make it work for me! blarney comes from the tradition of being held upside down by one's ankles in order to kiss the blarney stone at blarney cas
i have been using this recipie for 30 years and have always had positive comments by those who have tried it. it is not a whimpy dressing, so i hope you like garlic (which can be increased for you hard core cooks).
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