from the hershey website. they smell divine and taste even better! i baked them for a halloween party! you can add 1/2 cup chopped walnuts with the grated carrots if you so desire!
saw this in a 2009 issue of family circle. i tweaked it a bit to suit our taste, and dh was very happy with the results. it's really easy to make and is ready in no time. the capicola gives it quite a bit of a kick--that's why i've tagged it (spicy)--so
this is a recipe that i have been making since i was a teenager. my step-father was armenian, and we ate this pilaf often, with our evening meal. it has a great buttery flavor, and can be made with either brown rice or long grain, white rice. it's yummy
how easy can it be to throw a bunch of stuff in a lunch bag and bake? from gilligan's steamer and raw bar charleston sc restaurants you will need- 4 brown paper lunch bags i realize 4 cups sounds like way to much and i agree, but i am posting this
all the traditional ingredients of everybody's favorite italian chicken dish--but this easier version is baked instead of simmered on top of the stove. serve with spaghetti, rice, mashed potatoes or crusty bread for mopping up the sauce. from ladie's hom
these are my favorite chocolate chip cookies. i started with the nestle toll house recipe and changed it to a cookie that i like. slightly crispy outside, but still soft and chewy. i have tried literally for years to find a recipe that my family liked.
western barbecue beef jerky! we've been making this for years! i've tried a million recipes, and this is the best! every year my husband goes deer hunting and every year we make this beef jerky to take on his trip. it's addictive! your jaw will be ac
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