an oooey-gooey treat, great on a winter's day.
this is adapted from a recipe in jane brody's good food cookbook. it is quick and easy to make. serve with bread or crackers for an inexpensive winter supper. you can substitute or add other root vegetables (turnips, parsnip, etc.) to your taste or what's
fresh basil and garlic bring out the italian flavors in this simple quick-cooking dish. this makes 3 1-cup servings. recipe is from land o lakes. your favorite pasta can be substituted for the angel hair.
these tender, cheese-frosted globes of sweet onion dress up dinner the way a top hat crowns a formal suit. its textural balance of silky-tender onion and crumbly cheese and croutons is sheer pleasure on the tongue. compliments of the blue willow inn.
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