adapted from the barbecue bible.
found this on the betty crocker website. i like the way it's presented, and it has some of my favourite ingredients: bacon, blue cheese, avocados...yum! (and it's a salad, so i can kid myself that it's healthy!)
i have been making these cookies every year for christmas since i was in high school!! i roll them really thin so they are crispy, not soft/chewy and only add sprinkles. this recipe is for a double batch, but can easily be divided. **chilling dough not
this recipe was given to me from a woman at a b&b in ohio...it came from brookside gold and country club's traditional house recipe..it is slightly different than others listed here...and it is awesome..definitely use chocolate curls on top to garnish...
i use recipe #95416 when i'm decorating a cake but we like this version on brownies, cookies or undecorated cakes. i cut the recipe in half for brownies. goes really well on recipe #2496. freezes well also. (if you have leftovers, put it between graham cr
a simple throw-together pizza that revolves around alfredo sauce and garlic! this is something i just put together one day when i wanted to try doing a pizza that didn't use a marinara and has been tweaked to perfection in multiple variations since. unfo
this is a recipe from one of madhur jaffrey's books. i was looking for a different way to get my husband to eat lean meats and this worked (even though he did still put it on a bun). i served it with rice and korean dipping sauce and it was yummy--no le
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