so good and so easy!
this exotic martini is made with amarula cream liqueur from south africa. after watching the great fun the chimps were having eating the marula fruit on a cable program, i had to buy a bottle. if you enjoy the flavors of caramel with hints of chocolate an
born, raised & still residing in lancaster county amish/pa dutch country this is as authentic as it gets. this recipe is from the mennonite community cookbook that's older than me & given to me by my mother. i saw a few other versions posted, but none wer
i love this recipe. i never had blueberry pie before and neither had my dh. he took one bite and said it tasted as good as cheese cake! (very high compliment from him!) i've had the recipe a long time and don't know where i got it from.
i have said it alot, i love veal, and making things in the slow cooker, makes it so simple.if you like, you can use beef shanks. you may have to request the shanks from your butcher, at least where i live, they aren't always available.this dish is also kn
this recipe was adapted from recipe#124395 posted on this site (one of my all-time favorite bars!). these bars have a delicious chocolate-caramel filling, they are the best!! the oat crust/topping bakes out tender and light.
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