brownie meets cheesecake and makes a chocolate dream come true. these bars always get raves. even people who don't like cheesecake love this recipe. it's a chocolate thing.
this is a great one-dish meal in the crockpot. you can also substitute an equivalent amount of another vegetable (asparagus and broccoli are both good), making this a versatile recipe you can use often. when i make this dish i tend to use more pepper and
these traditional bread dumplings from austria and bavaria make a wonderful accompaniment to a rich gravy, goulash or stew. just like my oma made. enjoy! i've translated the recipe from the delightful german blog, wolkenfees kuche.
spicy, sweet, cauliflower wings, a cross between buffalo wings and cocktail meatballs. with mango preserves, orange juice and loads of sriracha! you can use any other jam or preserves and make a glaze. the cauliflower is covered in thick batter and baked,
it's really hard to find a recipe for eggless pancakes, and after lots of searching, i found a few pancake recipes and fine-tuned them to come up with this one, which is awfully easy and pretty darn yummy as well! it tastes wonderful with honey, or, if us
great doctored baked bean recipe. found this in an old hand-made school recipe booklet. always requested at cookouts. great the first day, better the second. use only the molasses based beans not the ketchup style.
cool weather is coming & i adore a fresh bear claw with a steaming hot cup of coffee. when i came across this recipe i had to save it. from the wichita eagle, this blue ribbon winner at the kansas state fair was the winner of the fleischmann's yeast "bake
this is especially for our vegetarian zaarites, but anyone would love this. i will have to post the blackeye salsa separately, so that is what it is called. look for it. you will love this. this is not an original recipe.
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