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great smothered in country gravy! these biscuits never turn out bad! i triple this recipe (yes, i did say triple) for my family of 7. we always have leftovers...which the kids eat the next day with jam.
to make sure the greens are wilted before eating(covering the greens with a hot dressing only partially accomplishes this), drop them into a pot of boiling water. let tand for 5 - 10 minutes. then drain leaves, pouring off juice.
i've been experimenting with making my own fresh salad dressings and this is one of my favorites! it's so easy to make your own and this keeps well for at least a week in the refrigerator. this goes great with salad ingredients that include romaine, sli
i failed miserably at making pie crusts until i found this one. it's the only one i've used since. the vinegar helps tenderize the dough with no aftertaste when it's baked. this dough makes enough for 4-6 crusts. for a large batch (20-30 crusts) recipe, s
this is a "basic" beef stew recipe. please feel free to add your favorite herbs, spices and vegetables to make this recipe "your own". serve with crusty bread and a tossed green salad for a complete meal.
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