this recipe has been entered for zwt ii & was found on the net courtesy of the straits cafe at: straitscafe.com. it is so easy to prepare & the name kinda says it all, doesn't it? times have been estimated.
a really, really easy to prepare, but impressive looking dish; great for summer entertaining! adapted from the australian womens' weekly dinner party series of cookbooks; this was from cookbook no. 2. the original recipe included crab and mussels; along
ï»¿every once in a while i can't find my cookbook so i search the web for this favorite. most have errors. some list butter which when used made the dish taste like glue. you need the oil in the maragine! taken from jeff's book
this recipe is from christoper kimball of cook's illustrated and america's test kitchen. it makes about five dozen rum balls that are intense, fudgy, chewy, complex, and balanced. recipe can be halved or doubled. plan ahead, since these are best when le
this fritter is a small, round fat cake with just a touch of cinnamon..i like to serve it with maple syrup and crisp bacon for a memorable breakfast..i like to use golden delicious or granny smith apples for these
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