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    Asbusa is a cookie that I had when stationed in Egypt with the Army. They are not a very sweet cookie to me but I enjoy with tea or coffee as they seem to accompany them well, so I recomend as an appetiser or a snack between meals to relax!

    Recipe #187966

    This snack or dessert is quick and easy and sure to woo any company or please any crowd and just make your mouth water on a night snuggled up watching t.v. It is an African dish that I learned in the 7th. grade and was a hit when I served it several years ago in my fathers restaurant. I like it because of the taste you get from such a quick prep time and cook time, also the presentation can be beautiful! So if you love caramel and bananas with whip topping then try it out. One thing I do advise is this... I take my bananas and butter each slice individually, after melting the butter and before starting to fry I use a brush and make sure and coat front and back very well and while cooking I add a bit more, you can judge when cooking but I like mine to be a bit more buttery so you can adjust to taste. I also use 2 bananas per person as it is very filling and rich. This recipe is very flexible as to fit your palate, I do hope you enjoy! :-)

    Recipe #161509

    I like this because they melt in your mouth, it is a slight orange taste with a wonderful choclate accompaniment. I have always found truffles messy working with if not careful and can be annoying but for what it is worth on an end result it is worth every second. Also remember that icings can be changed to fit your liking, even rolled in chopped nuts or just plain confectioners sugar is wonderful, so try it out and experiment... even with flavor, this is my favorite as it is the easiest I have ever used out of many, this one I use around Christmas for gift baskets as it has a holiday taste, I hope you enjoy it as much as we have! :-) Also please note if you have never made truffles please remember that when rolling your balls out that they will melt quickly once they start warming so it is very important to take a minute to wash and recool and start again.

    Recipe #160751

    This is a wonderful dish if you love cheese along with chicken. I cooked this for my wife when dating and now on romantic evenings as I find it seems a perfect "lovers dinner" to me. So it is a cheesy chicken that is very tender and is also accompanied with a slight beef flavor, just enough to touch your palate, I love it and hope you do, it is fairly quick and fairly simple but makes anyone enjoying it think it took the day to fix! :-)

    Recipe #160510


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