There are a lot of brownie recipes but this one has become my favorite. The chocolate chips are divided. Some of the chips are melted in the batter and some are stirred in the batter without being melted.
There are many health benefits to the Mediterranean diet which includes eating more vegetables, fish, olive oil, and nuts. You can eat the Mediterranean way with this healthful salad with lots of color and flavor. I prepared it for a Mediterranean cooking class and it received rave reviews.
For a pie that is so good, try this unique combination of spring rhubarb and apples. Top it with a sweet nutty streusel.
Start with garden fresh vegetables and spice up this stew with Italian sausage.
The journalist whose notorious 1979 article on the H-bomb secret thrust the Progressive magazine into the national spotlight is one of many speakers attending the magazine's 100th anniversary celebration in Madison this weekend.
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Discover the nutty texture of quinoa in this great side dish.
There is a growing gap in the number of primary care doctors in Wisconsin and the actual need for such physicians. The gap is being labeled a crisis in health care and one that will soon affect all Wisconsin residents.
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While several thousand Wisconsin National Guard soldiers currently training in Texas are weeks away from shipping out to Iraq, among them are a few soldiers who make up their own unique units. In two cases, there are members of the same family serving together.
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This is a great way to get two meals from a purchased rotisserie chicken. Cut off the breast meat and save it for another meal.
These are not your ordinary tacos. Make them special with mashed potatoes and any sautéed vegetables of your choice.
The Irish really know how to blend potatoes and cabbage to make a wonderful, mild flavored, comfort-food soup. The cabbage is a member of the cruciferous vegetable family which has some major cancer fighting nutrients.
I love these bars. They are moist in middle and crunchy on top. They are so light that it is easy to enjoy more than one!
Choose a variety of fresh fruit and combine it with wild rice. Add a wonderful orange flavored dressing with a hint of nutmeg. Add left-over turkey, chicken, ham, or shrimp for a special luncheon dish.
The texture and flavor of this soup is really special. After Donna developed this recipe and served it to family and friends, her husband, who considers himself a "soup connoisseur," declared it his absolutely favorite soup.