this melt in your mouth, super sweet, delicious dessert is not for the faint of heart! if you love rich, chocolate sweets this is for you.
i found a basic popover recipe online, and i tweaked it here and there until they became perfect - here's the results of my work! enjoy! serving suggestions: for breakfast with jam/marmalade; instead of other breads during dinner; as an appetizer with
this recipe was given to me by a friend many years ago. it's always a big hit when it is served! the recipe calls for whipping cream, but i usually use whole milk since i don't always have cream in the house. awesome served for dessert or breakfast!
this isn't "rocket" science...get it? (wow, i'm a dork) anyway went to the farmers market today and got fresh arugula, honeycrisp apples, and the cleanest, freshest goat cheese i've had in a long time and this salad was the result. nothing like a quick a
a goodie betty shared with the group at our annual rughooking retreat. recipe originally came from the back of a duncan hines brownie box, but she decided she liked a betty crocker boxed brownie mix better. cook time does not include time to cool. i th
i must apologize for not staying in touch these past 6 days. it's just that life got in the way, and the next thing i knew, most of the week had come and gone without any input at my end. of course a dear friend passed away, i developed a serious infectio
i've made this soup fast, tasty, and easy! it 's creamy fruity with a slight kick from the ginger. a real comfort soup. i don't peel my squash just blend it up smooth in a vita mix or any high powered blender. you never know it's in there. but your body w
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