its creamy, its cheesey, loaded with green beans, bacon, french's fried onions and sharp cheddar!
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these are the fluffiest & yummiest rolls! you will think you are in heaven! they contain potato, lemon zest and orange juice! i make a double batch of these every year at thanksgiving time. we eat them at the "feast" and then we eat them all week with the
another recipe from the williams-sonoma website. easy to make, they are a nice alternative to ready-made sausages and are an interesting addition to a breakfast buffet. these could be made the night before and stored in the fridge or maybe even freezer to
my favorite banana bread, i like to use unbleached flour and sugar but you could use which ever you choose. also, this recipe makes about six 8 inch loaves...several people want one when i make them so have to make enough for everyone.
another diane kochilas recipe, called 'white' because it contains no tomatoes. the addition of the wine is mine and can be omitted--but i like the sauce that results. add or subtract garlic to your taste.
chuck steak is usually tough & tasteless, but not when prepared like this! i like making a gravy with the drippings & serving it with recipe #331767 choose a boneless chuck steak that isn't too fat, but has some nice marbling. you can also use beef short
i don't know where i got this recipe. it may even be from zaar, but i couldn't find it. this couldn't be more simple to prepare, with ingredients everybody has in their refrigerator. enjoy! and if anybody out there knows whose recipe this is, please le
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