yummy healthy breakfast
we enjoy this cake. it comes from a 1940 publication by kitchen craft recipes. it stands the testo f time and it is easily made. try it, you and your family will like it. i recommend mocha icing for frosting
i found this in the fall toh magazine. it looks awesome. i havent tried yet but i will as soon as it starts getting cold outside.i will probably use more bacon than what the recipe calls for but its up to you.
another great banana cake but with a blast of citrus; gives it an added zing! it is lower in fat than some and i quite often make it without the icing so it is not too sweet either. i often add something extra as well...often a handful of dried cranberrie
an old recipe of my grandmother's; my mother and grandfather love it on spice cake. grandma's recipe card says that this frosting is similar to a banana-frosted spice cake a&p used to sell back in the very early 70s.
this is a very easy mocktail and if you love ginger beer like i do, you'll enjoy this. the basic idea is one part ginger ale to one part ginger beer. serve in a nice tall chilled glass and chill out yourself for awhile. :)
this comes from "seafood twice a week". it was my first attempt at cooking fish. it always turns out great and gave me the confidence to try other fish preparations. it's also great for those nights when you're just too tired to cook. the next day, leftov
its yummmmmmmy! this recipe was passed on to me by my cousin sis, anju bhagchandani and i can't thank her enough for it. its a dessert enjoyed at any time of the year, on any occassion and by anyone and everyone no matter how young or old. it tastes too g
this has been in my family since i was about 5 years old. i asked my grandma why it was called bubble and squeek and she told me it was the sound it makes when you eat it. strange, huh? this is my favorite comfort food and it's cheap and easy.
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