this is a great make ahead cake for those upcoming holiday celebrations. you can bake and freeze it up to two weeks ahead. this is a deliciously moist chocolate cake, with a chocolate truffle filling. finish it off with a lucious chocolate glaze and garnish with maraschino cherries and white chocolate curls for a real show stopper!
an easy and very light christmas pudding - for those that dislike the heavy dark puddings. however, this still has all the traditional christmas pudding ingredients, but it is served with a delicious butterscotch sauce for a decadent twist! moreover, all
this is a very flavorful, fairly spicy, asian-type salad. if you don't like it too hot, substitute sweet chili sauce for the hot chili sauce or mix half and half. the flavors need a few hours to blend, so it's a good idea to let it sit in the fridge for a
this is my mom's recipe that she's been making for special occasions for as long as i can remember. these directions will produce meat that is medium-rare in the very center of the tenderloin. if you want your meat more well done, add on 10 minutes and ch
if you reside in the u.s. then you might want to use *all* bread flour, canadian residents use half bread and half all-purpose flour, you can make two smaller loaves or make one large loaf or the dough may also be shaped into 18-20 rolls, you may use up t
i concocted a new soup last night, made of butternut squash,carrots, chickpeas, and other yummy ingredients enhanced with curry. it is loosely based on the chickpea and tahini soup recipe in vegetarian soups for all seasons, by nava atlas.
this is a basic indian bread somewhat like a pita. the cookbook says that besides "chappati" it is also known as "phulka". it does not explain the difference between the two names so i assume it's a regional or dialect issue. this recipe is from "a tas
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