zero, yep zip zero weight watcher points per 3/4 c. serving. this is enough to cover 1 sm head of cabbage and 3-4 carrots. it may look under-dressed when you first finish, but the cabbage will loose some water after it sits and it will be perfect in 1/2 hr or so! this is a variation on my mother's coleslaw dressing. hope you enjoy! cook time is resting in the refrigerator time.
a.1. original sauce recipe contest entry. a1 steak sauce and dijon create a delicate flavor for these en croute chicken thighs. this pocket of deliciousness on a bed of spinach cooked with dijon and a1 steak sauce is a tasty and balanced meal.
a.1. original sauce recipe contest entry. these little nibbles are sure to wow your guests the tangy bite of the a1 sauce juxtaposed against the creaminess of the polenta cake will make you the hostess with the mosses!
i got this recipe about 2 years ago in a magazine which i promptly misplaced. about a month ago i got it again in an email from cuisine at home. this time i promptly made it with mustard greens from my garden and took it to a potluck. all i brough
this is comfort food at its best for me, and it is relatively healthy! this tastes like an apple pie with the crumb topping mixed in! this is a slight adaptation of a recipe in "fix it and forget it lightly" and was credited to sue hamilton in minooka,
this recipe came from a gooseberry patch cookbook as requested from heather feather. it is attributed to ana kelly's(birmingham alabama)aunt cornelia.........ana kelly stated that these date back to the turn of the 20th century.
i started making this recipe when i was in junior high after i found it in a "bed and breakfast" cookbook. i've added my own touches throughout the years, and it always disappears at parties, even if i make a double batch!
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