from the betty crocker "new chicken" cookbook. haven't tried these yet, but they sound delicious!
i use a large head of cauliflower because adam thinks that this is the main course as well as appetizer and bed time snack. normal people would only use about 3 cups of flowerettes (1/2 large head), if you cut back the cauliflower you may want to adjust
vermouth or gruppa flavor the onions, all spun together with rich swis gruy'ere cheese. this version has no potatoes added to the pasta.you could cut back on the high fat by using fat free half and half and omitting the bacon, but why?
the combination of the cool creamy avocado dip with the warm and cheesy scrambled eggs is heaven! it might seem like a strange combo but you'll be so glad you tried it. i first had this at a restaurant 20+ years ago, loved it then and love it now. grea
i love the flavor of coconut but am not crazy about flaked coconut. this recipe gives me just what i love! terrific when served with fresh fruit slices, graham crackers, and/or graham sticks. cook time is actually chilling time.
oh my gosh, can we say indulgence?here is the recipe for the recipe #500616. you get a grilled burger wrapped in flavor coated bacon for starters. then add cole slaw that uses sriracha sauce for a bbq knock out. try these for a grilling get together.
actually, this is a recipe of bangladeshi style not a recipe of bangladesh. some people of bangladesh make salad this way. although in other countries this kind of salad is eaten but some spices and some ingredients are different. well! this salad is sui
pretty brazen of me, isn’t it? naming this the best brine ever? better than the good eats turkey brine, even? well when you start with a thomas keller recipe and tweak it a bit…. what? who would dare to “tweak” a thomas keller recipe? oh, yeah, i’m a l
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