the winner of the first bundts across america contest was this chocolate cabernet flavors di ‘vine’ wine cake. i've made this bundt cake many times and it is so good and i wanted to post it here for safe keeping. wine pairings: darker red wines, such as syrah, cabernet and fruity merlot; sweeter reds such as brachetto or lambrusco; ruby-style ports, including late-bottled and vintage ports.
this is a paula deen recipe (although i've heard it was originally a pillsbury bake-off winner years ago) that is absolutely simple and delicious! it's easy to make variations, too, if you're not that into almond.... substitute the almond extract for vani
found on www.amishdining.com. a recipe seldom gets any easier than this one. kids could make this with just a bit of supervision. my mother used to make something like this that had these same ingredients. this is much like her's, and since she was not a
i ate a similar burrito to this at sonic and loved it. i was suprised that for a little burrito it filled me up. this recipe is large because i love to make these and freeze them for those mornings when i am in a hurry, but need to eat.
this is my family's favorite all-purpose bread. it's full of flavor and nutrition! i vary it by adding/substituting oats, whole flax, pumpkin seeds, or whatever else suits my fancy. this originated hundreds of loaves ago with a 60% ww recipe that i have s
you can enjoy this healthy and delicious dessert any time of day. a twist on the traditional carrot cake, this recipe produces a moist and flavorful bar-type cake with a delectable apple pecan topping.
from the veganomicon. i add lots of hot sauce to this (both in the lime creme and the tempeh marinade). it's very pretty with shredded purple cabbage, but you can substitute with lettuce if you'd prefer.
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