this is a recipe i got off of the philadelphia cream cheese box. the "different" is the cream cheese. very addicting though!!
my mom got this recipe 30 years ago from a friend of hers who was from australia. i don't know if this is an australian dessert, i have heard that it is similar to a canadian dessert called nanaimo bars, though. this is a christmas tradition in my famil
a wonderful way to use up your over ripe bannas. these are like a cross between a muffin and a cupcake. you could serve them for breakfast plain, or add the frosting for a sweet treat. or if you don't like your cupcakes too sweet, you might consider using
soups are my very favorite thing to cook! many great soup recipes have been collected over the 57 years i've been cooking.....and this is one of the best. it is easy and the catsup gives it a unique taste that everyone, kids especially, seem to really lik
nobody in my family, except me, likes black eyed peas. i learned a easy way to dress them up from my grandfather many years ago. may sound a little strange until you try it, but this recipe is addicting! i have made them with low fat mayo, and they we
although this is originally a breakfast dish, we have it as lunch or dinner. it is delicious served with mrs. balls, by choice, but any good fruit chutney will do. this recipe is best prepared slowly for all the flavours to blend.
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