my mom's recipe for icing. growing up we couldn't wait for birthdays, just to be able to swipe some of this good stuff as she was icing the cakes. so much better than store bought or bakery icing, easier than cooked icing.
from the "biggest loser" tv show: "a protein-loaded treat!" – ali vincent nutritional information (per serving) calories 240 total fat 8 grams saturated fat 1 gram cholesterol 0 milligrams sodium 10 milligrams total carbohydrates 34 grams fiber 7
very simple, and really not overly creative, but i came up with this last night when i didn't have any liqueurs to mix with the vodka that i did have. really, you could change the flavor to practically anything, with all the different coffee syrups that a
this is a great combination and an easy dessert. if you like apple pie, you're probably like this and it's such a time saver. top this warm dessert with the ice cream and you're kind of eating pie a la mode, but not quite :)
a simple to prepare dish that takes advantage of fresh herbs. from june-july 2007 rachel ray. initially posted this untested but made it for dinner tonight! some changes i made that i believe resulted in an even better dish (they are noted below with *
no, you don't have to bake the bread but savory bacon, cheddar, mayo and mustard dress up plain-old pumpernickel for an impressive party bread that's perfect for holiday open houses, cocktail parties or even movie-night snacks.
this is a classic southern recipe for easter or christmas. the sweetness of the honey and molasses is cut by the bourbon and orange juice, making for a perfect glaze. once the ham is cool and chilled, be sure to remove the fat from the drippings to save
i found this recipe in a gooseberry patch christmas craft book. it was submitted by jean hayes of laporte, tx (need to give credit where credit is due). this pie was absolutely wonderful! you can use fresh or frozen cranberries. if you use frozen, don't
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