white cake layered with strawberries and apricot preserves. i searched the internet for a cake that i could make as a special treat (birthday) for a good friend that is diabetic. he thought it was wonderful and was quite flattered that i took the time to make it. this is not difficult to make, but there are alot of steps to it. i am not "used to" the taste of the fat free cream cheese, and quite honestly, do not like the frosting. update: my daughter used this cake recipe and "absolutely sugar free" frosting (recipe #123602) to do a wedding cake - awesome together!!! much better than the cream cheese frosting listed with the recipe!
i had never tried fried radishes before i found this site - mr breakfast - and i will certainly be using them more often. they become very mellow and, to me, a nicer sustitute for poataoes than the faux-potatoes recipes i have tried. first time i grated
to keep these burgers tender, handle them as little as possible. to make the bread crumbs, whirl 2 pieces of firm-textured white bread in a food processor or blender until fine crumbs form. the following garnishes are not included in the recipe below:
this recipe was in aarp adapted from sara moulton's weeknight meals. we tried it and found it delicious!! in fact so much so, we had a 32lb hen turkey in the freezer, cut her up and ground the meat so we can use for this recipe and others. it's an easy re
from gourmet magazine, november 2006: "these beef pies make an immensely satisfying meal or snack on the go. the ready-to-use puff pastry bakes up golden and flaky—the perfect accompaniment to the rich, meaty filling."
i had this salad for the first time several years ago when my friend made it for our monthly bunco get together. it was a big hit. some people consider this more of a creamy italian dressing. i don't care what you call it..it's great.
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