one of the vendor/growers, up in apple hill in camino california, sells these pies for a pretty penny so when i found the recipe posted in the local paper years ago, i made sure it was added to my recipe file since my sweet eddiebear always loved an apple pie. the recipe for recipe #237148 is posted seperately.
i'm on a quest to find recipes that use store-bought, pre-cooked chicken, and this certainly fit the bill! and it looks wonderfully easy. as bhg.com says, "boiling water is the most time-consuming element of making this super-fast chicken spin on mac-a
i'm not really a tea drinker but the tea in this punch is so subtle that i really enjoy it. the blackcurrant & vanilla mix really well with the apple juice & the mineral water gives it a slight tingle which is really refreshing.
this is an absolutely delicious dinner!! its easy and uses low-cost ingredients, but looks and tastes like a million bucks. i usually double the sauce ingredients because the sauce is outstanding! great with rice. from martha stewart.
the holidays are here and i was looking for a cookie selection to use a bag of butterscotch baking chips and at the same looking for a biscotti recipe. decided to join the two ideas and then couldn't find a recipe, so i decided to make my own. personally
frozen butter is the trick to these light flakey buttery biscuits! to make cheese biscuits, add in 1-1/2 cups grated cheddar cheese to the flour mix before adding in the buttermilk. i separate into two balls, and refrigerate for 1 or more hours before cut
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