i was looking for a recipe for my dh who adores his fruit cake. i found this on the a.b.c. and he loved it. soaking time for the fruit is not included in the preparation time
my mother made this for me when i was growing up. now it is a favorite with my family. the cheese and soup create a wonderful flavor. can also use canned chicken instead of tuna. i serve tiny new peas with this. my kids love it!
this is an awesome way to use apples on a cool autumn day. they look like cinnamon rolls, but taste like apple dumplings--complete with sauce--but a whole lot easier to make. great warm from the oven with vanilla ice cream. i got this recipe from a 1999 i
bruschetta derives from the italian 'bruscare' meaning "to roast over coals”. at its most authentic, italian country-style bread is toasted over coals, rubbed with garlic and seasoned while hot with sea salt and fruity, virgin, cold-pressed olive oil. mo
refreshing, quick and easy. use as a salad or salsa. fill a wrap, top a plate of greens or grilled fish, meat or chicken. the frozen corn chills the salad down which adds to the refreshing taste for hot summer days! you can go mild or kick it up with a ja
delicious pesto from taste of home. i have used it so many times in so many different ways.....if you can, allow to refrigerate for several hours before using to allow the flavors to blend. (this is not included in recipe time.)
from lorna sass's book "the pressured cook". this recipe requires a 7-inch springform pan. it is a very rich, crustless, chocolate marbled cheesecake. sometimes this cheesecake emerges from the pressure cooker looking "rustic" (with some peaks and valley
Follow the food story Find cooking methods, recipes, tastings and everything about food here.