a friend brought this dessert to a baby shower. they are so easy to make and everyone loves them.
all i can say is yummmmmm . . . a simple to make peach cobbler! *cook's note: a 28oz can of peaches, drained, or 4 to 5 large fresh peaches skinned and sliced can be substituted for the frozen peaches. i use only real butter and real vanilla!
i love to make this mexican chocolate mixed with warmed milk then frothed with a molinillo for myself and my guests. we drink it for breakfast or after dinner and it is usually accompanied by a piece of mexican sweet bread or cookies. buen provecho! :)
from cooking light, yet another recipe i can't wait to try. a whole chicken stewed in a soy liquid, served over cellophane noodles and cucumbers. i think some cilantro or thai basil would be a nice compliment.
these are sooooo delicious, they taste similar to apple pie, only i think better!, make lots because you won't be able to stop eating these..... i always make up my crepes and keep them in the freezer so they will be ready to use when i need them, just la
i came up with this while working on my own homemade version of chicken pot pie. this is the scrumptious variation that resulted. in fact, my husband loved these beef pot pies so much, that i don't make the chicken pot pies anymore! this is definitely a
this recipe was featured in parade magazine 12/19/10 issue. i have not tried it yet- but i wanted a place for safe keeping! per serving: 220 calories, 10g fat, 125mg cholesterol, 370mg sodium, 20g carbs, 7g protein
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