an oooey-gooey treat, great on a winter's day.
why these sandwiches are called italians is a mystery to me since not one thing on them is italian. but here in maine you can go to any little general store or sandwich shop and get an italian. ham is the original, but other meats can be substituted (you
on easter of 2000, this salad rocked our family luncheon like a hurricane. it took forever for me to track down the recipe because i hadn't been paying that much attention to the food...i was the designated egg-hider! but i loved it, and remembered it, an
this is my version of a recipe that was in a local magazine from our power company. i changed around a few of the ingredients and scaled it to feed two. hope you enjoy. i love it because it is pretty quick and easy. just add a salad and green beans and yo
this is a family favorite and in frequent rotation during the summertime in our household (gotta love it anytime dh grills up dinner). although normally we use sprouts ( broccosprouts whenever we can find them), the kiddos are more inclined to sub lettuc
one of our favourite lamb curries, from a book indian cooking. you need to take care with the heat at particular stages to achieve the right finished dish. looks fiddly, and it may be but it's worth it.
forget the cookies and donuts - here's something much yummier. crunchy peanuts and sweet chocolate chips transform this tender banana bread into a fun and wholesome breakfast treat, afternoon snack or picnic cake. it's sturdy enough to take to the office,
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