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picnic like the french with a perfectly ripe camembert, some garlicky sausage and a fresh, crusty baguette - eh voila! no need to go outside for a picnic, if the weather is inclement; enjoy a picnic in your kitchen at the kitchen table, or use the cheese
my husband loves these so much that each fall we pick a bushel of jalapeno peppers, fill them and freeze them. in fact we had to buy a second freezer just to accommodate these peppers. this recipe is courtesy of emeril lagasse. if you like these hot, leav
i found this recipe in a newspaper i think, it was for chocolate chip bisquick scones. my family likes something sweet on saturday mornings so i whip up a batch of these. by the time the coffee is done so are these yummy chocolaty treats.
i have even added grated cheddar cheese in this too, use more or less bacon if desired and use more onion if you so wish to, please use only butter it tastes better --- this is wonderful to serve at the table if you have company over for dinner.
it's maple syrup season here in new york state, so i had to share this fantastic-looking quick bread recipe from the new york state maple syrup producers' association. it's made with some whole wheat flour and doesn't contain any oil or butter, so it's ve
by alison kent and the canadian living test kitchen. rye and blueberries add a canadian twist to this traditional cuban cocktail. garnish each glass with skewered blueberries and mint sprig. canadian living magazine, july 2007.
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