for chocolate lovers! sweet and strong! use this recipe #50395 for an eztra kick!
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adapted from 2007 ina garten's recipe. i added the cranberries. they go so well with the pears and the apples, and fresh cranberries were in season and they go so well with the orange zest and juice. this crisp can be successfully frozen. i just made mine
so easy to make and so tasty - recipe by mrs. dash®, tweaking by bergy. the color contrast between the avocado & the tomato is lovely. do not mash the avocado to far in advance of serving they will discolor. the lime juice help prevent discoloring but als
i came up with this one day when i was too sick to go to the store, so i just threw together what i had in the house. it turned out so well that i have made it again on other occasions. to make it even more nutritious, you could probably add canned vegeta
raining 6 days straight here in the northeast and suddenly i'm thinking about warm comforting soups as a way to warm from the inside out. after pulling out one of my soup cookbooks and came across this one and decided to post it for the zaar world tour.
i just threw this together and found it quite tasty so thought i would share it. any fish will do. i used new zealand blue hoki. cod works well for this recipe. sub whipped cottage cheese for the sour cream if you want to.
these are a low-fat & tasty little treat that make for a teriffic breakfast or snack. (this recipe is from the 2009 milk calendar). i made them using all whole wheat flour and a very dark cocoa powder, and they turned out great! cooking tip: be sure t
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