These brownies are especially rich and chewy. They are about only one half inch thick....almost like a bar cookie. You can use solid chocolate or cocoa powder as long as either one is un sweetened. This recipe came out of the Fanny Farmer cookbook that my parents gave me many years ago. These brownies are fantastic.
This is a rich, golden chicken stock. Leaving the skins on the garlic and onions adds a deep, beautiful color. It is so good, it can be sipped just by itself on a cold day if you are feeling under the weather. This recipe makes around 15 cups, and I freeze it in 2-cup containers. Always substitute it for water when: cooking rice, home made soup or chili. It will really add to any recipe. Enjoy!!
Rich, moist and chocolatey..this will please all who sample. This is a must for chocolate and brownie lovers alike. This recipe makes two pies, but after you taste it, you will be glad that you have more than one!!
This is a Paula Deen recipe that I re-named, and be SURE to measure the 1 cup of flour BEFORE you sift it. This pie is so good it could be dangerous!!
Tangy, moist chicken breasts with the sweet flavor of orange and the delicious smoke of the barbeque grill. An easy winner for summer cookouts with friends and neighbors. When you grill chicken, always make sure to cover with foil once you remove it from the heat, and let it rest for 5 minutes. This make a most moist and juicy piece of meat.
Who doesn't love spaghetti with meat sauce? I love cooking from scratch, but sometimes when I have a craving for this dish and not much time, I cheat and take bottled or canned sauce and add to it.....magnifique! Instead of ground beef, I used ground pork for a twist. Be sure to strain all the fat off your pork by placing the cooked product in a wire strainer or small hole colander.
A very hearty rice and bean combo that falls somewhere between soup and stew. It is very thick but not overwhelming. A delicious addition could be grated cheese, sour cream or even guacamole. I love to dip corn chips in this dish. It gets better left over and freezes nicely. I consider this comfort food, but it doesn't have all the calories and fat like most "real" comfort foods. It also is a one pot prep on the stove.
This is a sweet, hot and crunchy dish that can be served as a side or as the main course. Add the chopped veggies right before serving to insure a nice fresh affect. You can use any long noodles that suit you: spaghetti, fettucini, thin spaghetti, angel hair, etc. It is hearty, sweet and satisfying. Be SURE to use all natural peanut butter and not a store bought brand. This dish is served room temperature or cold. Great for summer.
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