i got this recipe from my mom's old cookbook. i am sure it was something my grandma used to make. i will be making these for my christmas baking trays.
this is the ultimate in chocolate/orange decadence! i got this recipe from one of my favorite shows, new scandinavian cooking with andreas viestad... i think the marmalade cuts through the richness of the intense chocolate.
southern tradition. my grandmother makes this every christmas and thanksgiving. please note that my grandmother cooks by "eye" and taste, so you may need to adjust ingredients, i.e. more or less stock, bisquits, etc. the dressing should be moist but not
this is a simple recipe, yes. however, i've had some british/irish/scottish friends in the past who've taught me what real tea tastes like, and i've found that i like this flavor to be present in both hot and cold forms of the beverage. not to criticize
i found this recipe years back in a bisquick cookbook. these are truly melt-in-your-mouth pancakes. they are so light and fluffy. i no longer use any ready made pancake mixes since finding this recipe. i often add blueberries or chocolate chips or crumble
courtesy of paula deen. i made this and took it to a family gathering and they gobbled it right up. they ate it on sandwiches, on crackers, with fritos and even as a topping on a grilled black bean burger.
we're doing the candida diet and haven't found a syrup that we like. we tried this, from the feel good food guide, and it's pretty good. not as good as regular (sugar based syrup) but i have a syrup for my pancakes now! if you want to make your own liq
i threw this together tonight to liven up our veggie side dish, and it turned out great! the measurements are approximate, since i just kind of threw it together without measuring, so feel free to experiment. i like it nice and cheesy, but please also f
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