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one of the vendor/growers, up in apple hill in camino california, sells these pies for a pretty penny so when i found the recipe posted in the local paper years ago, i made sure it was added to my recipe file since my sweet eddiebear always loved an apple
i took one look at the rsc ingredients and saw a homemade classic...but i didn't want the same old, same old. this dessert is fairly easy to put together and after little more than 30 minutes, you've got delicious warm apples with crispy cinnamon crunch,
my husband came up with the idea of having beef en croute with marsala sauce, i came up with the recipe. you can use any steak you like. we actually bought a small piece of topside and cut it into steaks, also, with the size of steak, use as much or as li
this is a wonderful recipe that i have looked for over 7 years now! i finally got the recipe from chef betsy502, who has someone in her family that worked at bob evans, and then impera magna re-calculated all of the ingredients to make it a home-cooked m
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