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my husband's aunt vi was a fabulous cook. if there was anything guaranteed at christmas, it was her potent rumballs. these do pack a punch. this is one treat that's 'adults only'. i'm very happy to be able to carry on the tradition.
i got this recipe from and friend and it is my favorite salad. i like to use a lot more sugar than the recipe calls for - about 2-3 tablespoons, but i'll leave the recipe as written and you can sweeten to taste. i also like to use pecans in place of the
from "tapas", i sometimes serve these for brunch with a thick slice of ham and bread fresh from the oven. if you can't find manchego in your deli please feel free to use a good quality parmesan instead.
this has got to be one of the best marinades i have used. best part....it has no oil!!! the ingredients balance out each other so nicely that it is such a pleasure to taste. i make it up alot in the summer when the mint from my garden is plentyful. th
this is from my friend, alla, who is a salad maven. i was tempted to call this purple passion salad, since it is a gorgeous purple color (when you use purple cabbage) and everyone was passionate about it. the variations here are endless. the amounts ar
my mom would make this for us growing up and i liked it so i started making it for my family and they love it. i like eating mine with lemon juice the kids use ketchup. quick, easy, and kid friendly. you can use more or less cracker crumbs depending on
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