good for a diabetic recipe.
who needs store bought syrup anymore. this tastes much better! i have made it many times. use it for ice cream, chocolate milk, on top of brownies, or chug straight from the bottle...no, i would never do that. ;) this recipe came from the food network we
we are growing asparagus, can't wait for it to be coming out of our ears!!! tweaked this recipe from "a taste of country," reducing salt,and changing some other ingredients. baking time total is 1 hour and 20 minutes
from pesce, houston’s seafood-centric restaurant. the calories will knock you back on your diet, but so, so good. having said that, double the recipe because you'd wish you had and the original recipe claims to serve 4...yeah, right!
an excellent dip to be served with tortilla chips or crackers. i have also transferred it to a small crockpot to keep warm while serving. adjust the onion and garlic to taste...i don't usually measure, and it isn't the same twice.
found on the blog 101 cookbooks, this delicious hearty, stick-to-your-ribs cabbage and pasta with cheese casserole dish is sure please on a fall or winter night. change it up depending on what's on hand, and feel free to make this up ahead, up to a day o
Follow the food story Find cooking methods, recipes, tastings and everything about food here.