this recipe is one for the ages. the crust is flaky and flavorful. delicious for any kind of pie your heart desires. makes enough for 4 8-inch pie crusts or about 3 9-inch crusts. can be used for topping, lattice top, cut-outs, etc.
this is the simplest toffee recipe ever. i love it because it only takes 4 ingredients that i always have around the house. follow a few easy steps and voila--instant gratification! this recipe makes great holiday gifts for the neighbors (they'll think
a family favorite for years and years: it's just not christmas/new years/easter without aunt sue's cheese ball. she borrowed the recipe from a co-worker at the telephone company years ago and has adopted it as her own. easy. quick. delish. if you w
my sister introduced me to these. they are always a big hit at buffets. costco is a good place to get the supplies for these, as they sell almost all the ingredients (except maybe the squeeze cheese) in large quantities and at a decent price. these are al
this is what my dh referred to as a bad meal gone good....it began as a light and healthy recipe i found in a magazine and after i made the sauce, it was so bad that i threw it out and started over. i changed it so much that it only bears a faint resembl
taken from harris teeter website; posted for zwt. "this simple chicken breast recipe contains a topping reminiscent of caprese salad. the word caprese describes anything native to the italian island of capri, located off the coastline near naples. because
this is originally from spain, and had become a speciality of nagasaki japan. although this recipe did not give me what i was expecting, this ultra light and airry like honey flavoured cake is a happy accident of the evening
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