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An aromatic and graceful herb that I grow in my garden; Angelica is a member of the Parsley family, and is known mostly for it's candied stems for cake decorating, as well as the leaves for teas, tisanes, jams and desserts. It is known as 'Herb of the Ange
Raspberries, raspberry jello, lemonade and vanilla ice cream are combined to make this refreshing summertime dessert. Very good!
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An easy, fluffy and delicious strawberry topping.
"This lovely pasta recipe I've learned from my father-in-law. The creme fraiche tastes great with ham and broccoli. I hope you will enjoy it."
"My grandmother developed this cake during World War I when eggs were in short supply, as well as being very expensive if you could find them. This is not a sweet cake, and it is great for people who cannot eat eggs. It is also inexpensive to make. As an
Sugar-free pudding mix, fat-free sour cream, and reduced-calorie frozen whipped dessert topping shave the fat and calories from this make-ahead potluck dessert.
Recipe courtesy Emeril Lagasse, 2007
"Hot buttered English muffins, Canadian-style bacon, and poached eggs are topped by a heavenly drizzle of hollandaise sauce. Wonderful for Easter, Mother's Day, or anytime you want to treat yourself to the best brunch in the world! Serve with roasted pota
"I OFTEN MAKE this easy potato dish when I invite someone over for lunch. It's a nice accompaniment to salads or sandwiches. This dish always draws complimentary comments when my lunch guest arrives...the aroma of that touch of onion baking with the potat
Recipe courtesy Sandra Lee