my husband is always looking for something different to eat on his night shifts. he loves his fruit cake, but me working full time, i find it difficult to get the time to make his fruit cake then i found this recipe on a.b.c. and make them for him every now and then for a change. i like to use mini muffin pans for these as it makes them go a little further.
this recipe comes from "the gumbo pages" and it's the best basic recipe i've come across. i tweaked it a bit to make it healthier by omitting the smoked meat and substituting liquid smoke and using the turkey sausage. i have put the traditional notes on
i got this recipe from an old "pillsbury kitchens' family cookbook". i have been using this recipe since i was in high school, so that should tell you how easy they are to put together and they are such a hit! you can do anything with them. add fruits for
this is a nigella lawson recipe that i saw on her show last year and it looked good at the time but i never thought much more of it. i recently picked up her book nigella bites from the library and there it was again. it look so simple and so elegant an
these canapés are based on a recipe by margaret dennis and karen gillingham in the nov/dec 1992 issue of cooking light magazine. keep in mind that the broccoli mixture marinates in the 'fridge 2 hours before placing in the endive leaves.
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