a rich cake-like brownie topped with a decadent frosting. you can substitute the whole milk in the frosting with whatever you have on hand; it just won't be as rich (but still delicious!). this recipe came down from my grandmother. it makes a 9 x 13" pan full of brownies!
5-ingredient fix contest entry. my inspiration for this recipe came from a recipe i had created about 6 months ago, cheeseburger egg rolls. they became a huge hit with family and friends, so when i was thinking of recipes for this contest it just seemed
there's a chill in the air, the kids' cheeks are rosy, and the leaves have begun falling ... that spells soup! there's nothing better on those cold weather days than cozying up to a steaming bowl of home-made soup. if you love the taste, but don't think
from the cook's illustrated website: before preparing the baking dish or any of the other ingredients, measure out the frozen kernels and let them stand at room temperature until needed. when corn is in season, fresh cooked kernels can be substituted for
the fudgy-soft interior of a brownie, the portability of a cookie, and the satisfaction of a batch well-baked... mmm. i found this recipe while searching for a good brownie recipe; not wuite what i needed, but i'm not complaining!
delicious buttermilk coffee cake with a light spice flavor and a streusel-like topping. as coffee cakes go, this one has a pretty low fat content. taken from the better homes and gardens limited edition new cookbook.
after a discussion on the boards, i decided to post this recipe. even non-garlic heads will love it. i serve with a nice crusty bread to sop up the juices and spread the cooked garlic on. this recipe comes from the american diabetes assoc., so you know th
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