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the runner-up recipe for 2004 in the san francisco chronicle, adapted by janet fletcher from a recipe from pastry chef sasha crehan. try to find blenheim apricots as they are more fragrant. peeled, fresh peaches are a good substitute.
this is my submission for the first ready-set-cook in 2002. i admit the slaw on the burger seems a bit weird, but it's really great. the noodle salad is kind of a knock off of my favorite dish! all in all this was a pretty quick meal to make.
this is my aunt dorothy's recipe. she would always serve these melt-in-your-mouth,unbelieveable tasting cookies. aunt dot, also my godmother, always made hers with peach preserves, as do i. they are easy to do and prep time includes chilling. my origina
wontons filled with banana and cinnamon, fried and served with a coconut-y sauce. lower fat and sugar version of a recipe i've wanted to try for a while. the banana and sweetened coconut give these plenty of sweetness for me, but you can add 2 t sugar to
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