just for you, dad. :)
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this recipe comes from my sis in n.c. it is a simple, no-fuss fruit dip that is a little different from all the rest. the taste of this dip is incredible, and everyone who has tried it has loved it. i like to cut the fruits into bite-sized pieces and stic
this is a recipe i came up with on a whim while trying to find a way to use refrigerated pre-rolled pie crusts that i had on hand, and didn't want to waste. although not as rich a dough as traditional rugelach, these are delicious, and they came out even
i came up with this recipe during my first phase of atkins and i needed a break from straight meat and green beans (god, would i love a piece of pizza right now) nevertheless, i basically just used what i had available at the time, however, my roommate t
one of my father's favorite fall desserts. his mother used to make it in the oven, but my mother adapted it to the crock pot to make it simpler. a great way to use the abundance of apples right now! something different, something yummy and comforting.
this recipe came from a recipe booklet called "favourite british recipes" that i got from a very sweet recipezaar friend. the brief introduction for this recipe states that "this baked suet pudding has a nice crisp, brown exterior with a soft jam-filled
without the fat. from a recipe on a la carte. note again zaar wants at least 2 ingredients. drink the wine, reduce the vinegar, wine is optional.. hick. why i posted this? the one i found required butter. you don't need it.
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