from coup de pouce. looks so good.
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found on islandteashop.com while i was searching for different ways to use the matcha (green tea powder) i just ordered for myself. the authors of the site suggest brushing it on pork loin or salmon before baking, using it as a dipping sauce for dumplings
from simple & delicious magazine, this sweet and tart spread can add a special flavor to muffins and biscuits. please note, the 8 hours of "cooking time" is actually the amount of time the apricots soak in the water before making the spread.
the bananas actually go over the scones, they are not in it. a delicious tea time snack for two. from brian turnerupdate 03/03/12 so easy to make, perfect for someone under the weather who needs a pickmeup.
these are easy a little time consuming but worth it. make a spicy beef packet, great for potluck or finger food snack. brought them to a get together and everyone enjoyed them told me i could make them again. this is a recipe i got from another site made
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 dish works for breakfast, brunch or lunch. it combines the high protein of eggs and beans with the antioxidant benefits of spinach and tomato.. i found this recipe on the internet on a recipe-a-day site recommended by doctors, an optimum health sit
ming’s delightful, whimsical fusion dessert. the coconut sorbet is posted here on zaar. if need be, canned crushed pineapple in its own juice may be substituted for fresh. the sorbet, the compote and the cherries may all be prepared in advance.
we love this apple pie at our house. in fact it's the only one i make. i love the cinnamon and nutmeg in the pie crust for a nice added touch. this recipe is from a land o' lakes cookbook that i have.
lots of streusel filling makes cutting a bit messy, but that will be of little consequence once you've had your first bite! this tastes great upon first baking and even better the next day, plan ahead, then. use a buttered rubber spatula for spreading
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