sinful and sinfully easy to whip up! the chocolate adds a nice twist to the traditional buttermilk pie. recipe courtesy of sandra lee's semi-homemade cooking 2 cookbook.
my mom got this recipe 30 years ago from a friend of hers who was from australia. i don't know if this is an australian dessert, i have heard that it is similar to a canadian dessert called nanaimo bars, though. this is a christmas tradition in my famil
irish cuisine originated in the kitchens of the farmers of the past from good, wholesome food made with locally grown produce. irish grain staples were barley, wheat, oats, and rye. combine it with apples, another staple and you have a great irish favorit
this is a recipe i got in epicurious. it is one of those 'perfect' things you so rarely come across - nothing can be improved upon. epicurious says it feeds 10. my husband and i say 'ha!!!' (it sometimes never makes it to the table and is eaten directly o
the recipe was in the 1969 garden club cookbook casseroles including breads. it was submitted by mrs. pilma golliheigh, president of the mossy oaks garden club in beaufort, sc. i think it is also good with thighs. i use fresh mushrooms.
to save time the ground beef/bean filling can be prepared in advance and refrigerated. i like to add in a couple of tablespoons of grated parmesan cheese into the ground beef filling, but that is only optional. this is an amazing ground beef recipe, and o
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