This sweet bread is so yummy. Note: you can cut the cooking time if you use two small loaf pans instead of one large one. If you use the smaller pans, bake for 40 minutes or until toothpick comes out clean.
This is for the Strawberry lovers. The best time for this would be during late spring and early summer when strawberries are at their peak. It is also great to take to potlucks or to treat the family. We found this recipe in the newspaper food section. NOTE: For the cake mix, we use the Betty Crocker Super Moist Butter Recipe Yellow Cake mix.
This is a low-carb stand-in for mashed potatoes. The spices and cream that are added to steamed and pureed cauliflower give this dish the taste, texture and appearance of mashed potatoes. Serve this up with any entrée that goes well with mashed potatoes, and I swear you'll never miss the spuds.
A chocolate lovers delight! This is from my Grandmothers recipe collection and is absolutely scrumptious. The cake stays moist because the icing is rich fudge. Prep and cooking times are approximate and includes cooling time.
This is a japanese dish for sharing at the table among friends. Perfect for the holidays. The preparation time is fairly long because all the ingredients have to be cut up in advance. Sukiyaki is closer to a beef stir-fry recipe with broth than a yosenabe boiled broth dish. The sukiyaki recipe below calls for a minimal amount of sugar for I prefer it not to be sweet, however you can increase the sugar in the broth if you wish.