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Classic French stew made with beef, wine, mushrooms and vegetables. This...
These are so easy and quick to make. A wonderful side dish to go with any...
You know that the great days of summer are sneaking up to a halt and it is time to begin the feast for Labor Day.
Everyone knows that a thanksgiving feast includes turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie. But does it always? Search recipe ideas now!
This is out of the April 2017 Bon Appetite magazine. Use these clusters to top cakes, pies, ice cream or any dessert of your choice.
This is our of my Betty Crocker's Bisquick Cookbook.
From a magazine, took a copy of the recipe but don't know which magazine it was. Posted for You Want What!? A Recipe Posting Game 2016.
This is out of a clean eating magazine.
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This is a pot luck /funeral cake
Used google translate pretty bread
Filled with nuts, seeds & fruit. Serves 6 - 1/2 cup servings. Choose certified gluten free oats if needed.
This is a recipe for tom kha gai (kai) which is the chicken version but it can also be traditionally seafood, tofu or pork. You would just want to adjust the broth or stock accordingly.
L'Angolo Café on W. 9th Street in downtown Los Angeles a strawberry coconut cake that one of their employees, Tamla, had made.
Can top with a little coconut, we didn't need it
from res she says that they made this all the time in the phillapines i think it would be good on coconut cake or pie its really good
From Darlene Kossman, very old coconut pie
This beloved eatery is Patti's 1880's Settlement in the small yet charming, lakeside town of Grand Rivers, Ky. cozy little kitchen blog
Amish 365 blog kevin
I don't know where these came from but they are good.
review from other placelol
These were excellent good cookies dienia, they were a big hit on my cookie platter for the holidays! thanks for sharing...Kitten:)
930's Neligh Ne cookbook; 2 layers; coconut and walnuts. No temperature was given for oven; I am guessing 400 degrees Fahrenheit; watch them.
Old recipe from Darlene Kossman, Tilden Ne; 2 layer bar.
From Taste of Home, for cookie trays, no bake