this is a compound butter that is great with potatoes, perogies and many other foods. when it melts is almost a sauce in itself. i like it on leftover cold salt potatoes too.
you can adapt this basic recipe to use ingredients in your fridge and pantry. try single flavours or combinations to make anything from vegetable broth to hearty lentil, chicken or thick creamy soup. as this soup is quick-cooking, use tender cuts of meat.
a rich, meaty, and zesty "ragu". bolognese sauce is the backbone of northern italian cooking, and once you try it you'll never toss your spaghetti with store-bought pasta sauce again. however, there are as many recipe versions of this delicious slow-cook
from martha stewart. these are yummy! and unlike some of her recipes, they are really easy. i make them in big batches as fall gifts (great for thanksgiving teacher's gifts). be sure to use real maple syrup- none of that fake junk
i found the original recipe for this cookie in family circle magazine. i didn't have the ingredients that the recipe called for so i made a couple of changes and here is the result. it's really a very moist and chewy cookie. baking time is for each cooki
my grandmother always makes this for family gatherings like the birth of a baby or a funeral, because it is very filling and comforting, and leftovers store really well. i freeze it before baking, if i do, but it'd probably work well to freeze after it's
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