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this side dish is a light, refreshing, and a wonderful accompiniment to broiled fish or meat. it is also a great use of leftovers. you can vary the nuts from walnuts, to pecans, pine nuts or even sunflower seeds.
these are similar to recipe #161166 but i believe i have change it up enough to warrant a new post. these are a delicious change of pace from plain ol' chocolate chip cookies, and i love to make them as a treat for christmas gift tins! good luck staying
for this savory loaf tart apples, like gravenstein, work well but use what you have and like. using your food processor to shred the cold butter, asiago cheese, and apples, in that order will speed things along. it's not necessary to peel the apples unles
when traveling in austria, you must try this oozy cheesy dish. or, you can make it yourself. if you have a spaetzle maker, that's great, but if you don't, you can push the dough through a colander with large holes using a spreader. inspired by a recipe
i have won many bbq competitions with this recipe. they are outstanding in a smoker but, can also be done in the oven or on a grill. if you cook them in the oven use baby backs and reduce the cook time. serve with potato salad and cole slaw. it takes year
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