|Dessert Every Night!|
|by JoAnna M. Lund|
Luscious cream pies, mouthwatering cakes, rich puddings, sweet fruit salads, hearty cobblers--nothing finishes a meal like a great dessert.
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Fry bacon or salt pork until crisp in the bottom of a large heavy soup pot or Dutch oven. Remove from pan and set aside. Sauté onions and parsley or ...
Take out the ... banana, break in half and add to milk in blender. Add 1/2 teaspoon vanilla and ice cubes. Blend for 20 seconds; pour into glass, enjoy!
Working in 2 ... 1 quart ice cubes in a blender. ... salt. Pour Margaritas into each glass; garnish with lime. Serve immediately. Yield: 8 6-ounce drinks.
In a cauldron ... adobo, chicken bouillon cube, garlic, tomato ... MORE than 1/3 cup. DO NOT MIX TOO MUCH it will come out mushy and you don't want that!
A refreshing drink ... serving time. 2. Put several ice cubes in each glass. Pour limeade over the ice cubes in the glasses. Makes 6 (8 ounce) servings.
Line a salad ... with seedless green grapes, toasted almonds and cheese cubes with grated orange rind. Mix together and pour over salad just before serving.
Cut deboned chicken into bite size pieces. Pour olive oil in food steamer, set on COOK. When chime is heard, add chicken pieces. Return to COOK ...
A great tasting ... milk, yogurt, ice cubes and banana. Cover ... Pour the drink into the glasses. Serve with strawberries, if you like. Makes 2 servings.
I use the crab - lobster blend found at food stores.) 10 ounces any vegetables (spinach, mixed vegetables, etc.). Saute onion in butter. Add rest of ...
Beat eggs well, add sugar, cream of tartar, flour and beat well. Add nutmeg and condensed milk. Add vanilla. Heat until hot (optional). Freeze in ice ...
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