new to slow cooking, i recently came across this recipe while perusing a cookbook from mom's collection. though i have not tried this yet, i'm keeping it here safe for when the time comes. i'm guessing that the honey mustard can be replaced with a combination of equal parts dijon mustard and honey.
sister in law came back from central america with a cookbook and this was something she made out of it... can be made as hot n' spicy or as mild as you prefer,(start off mild so that you can judge how much extra sambal you might want to add another time)
when you see bacon drippings as an ingredient, ya'll just know it's southern food. ;-) a stand mixer would be your new best friend when you make this easy, no-knead bread. rising time is included in prep time.
i saw ina make these on her cooking show. the episode was entitled "bed and breakfast". i made them and my husband said they are like a savory parmesan cookie, because they are thicker than a cracker. they were super easy to make and taste nice! the h
i received this in an email from our local news web site courtesy of j bucks. this is my dh favorite meal at j bucks. i usually do not post a recipe without trying but since this recipe is suppose to be directly from the restaurant, i am posting. the s
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