it's possible to get low fat eggnog but i have yet to see it in sugar free. i came up with these because i love the taste of eggnog.
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needing a way to use up a lot of 9 grain cereal that i had, i decided to grind it up into fine flour and use it in slightly modified zaar recipe #71373 that i use for my white rolls. we even like it slightly better with the cereal in it! i like to use m
the flavors in the rub are oil soluble and the oil helps penetrate the meat. so does the salt, so don't leave it out. soaked mesquite, pecan or oak: (using you favorite remember mesquite is strong) this recipe make a lot of bbq sauce! recipe #368461 t
this is an assortment of polish appetizers and all the ingredients are not necessary. the amounts are an estimate, depending on which canapes you choose to make. you choose the ones you wish to make and use just those ingredients needed. times are approx
my great-aunt jeannie (from scotland) made this each christmas to serve with my grandmother's plum pudding and mince pies. she always put in a fancy glass bowl and then used red and green maraschino cherries, cut in half, to made a christmas tree on top.
mmmmm... bacon! this is a recipe from chef michael smith that someone posted on facebook. once i saw it, i knew i had to make it! one piece of advice - go light on the salt because the bacon and cheddar both have plenty.
betty given demonstrates recipes on youtube. when she demonstrated this recipe she praised it so highly, i had to copy it down. she calls this her go-to recipe and she uses it whenever she takes a meal to a neighbor for whatever reason.
this is a recipe from my 2008 weight watchers cookbook that we really enjoyed. i altered it slightly for our taste. it's a nice way to enjoy broccoli without all the cheese sauce. it's got a nice bite to it too. feel free to leave out the crushed red
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