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Banana Bread Cobbler - The Country Cook

Southern Banana Bread Cobbler is so easy to make and the flavor is incredible. A thick filling topped with a streusel topping filled with pecans!

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Penne Arrabbiata | America's Test Kitchen

What’s the trick to making this classic Italian sauce spicy but balanced? More chiles.

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Susie's Pretzel Dogs

These are great for Super Bowl parties or taking to work for lunch! They are easy to make and taste so good. They freeze well too!

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Sinful Cinnamon Rolls

I made these yesterday, and they are like the title, absolutely sinful. I used two different recipes and tweaked them to make one great recipe. They have a lot of cinnamon and a lot of brown sugar, they just melt in your mouth. They are definitely better

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They Don’t Call These Billion Dollar Biscuits For Nothing…

It might already be in the recipe, but you're going to want more butter for these bad boys!

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Soft No Knead Dinner Rolls | RecipeTin Eats

Jump to Recipe Print RecipeNo stand mixer, no knead, no special equipment required. These No Knead Dinner Rolls are perfectly soft and fluffy and are astonishingly effortless to make. Just combine the ingredients in a... Read More »

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Cinnamon Sugar Pumpkin Muffins + $100 GC Giveaway - Mom On Timeout

Say hello to fall with these delicious Cinnamon Sugar Pumpkin Muffins! Exceptionally moist, surprisingly light, and entirely irresistible!

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Jordan Marsh’s Blueberry Muffins Recipe

This recipe came to The Times in a 1987 article by Marian Burros, "The Battle of the Blueberry Muffins." Two years prior, Ms Burros wrote about a recipe for the muffins attributed to the Ritz-Carlton in Boston The hotel had adapted a recipe used by Gilchr

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Always get meat as tender as filet mignon with these smart methods

You Your family will be amazed and your guests won't know the difference -- but your wallet sure will.

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Arancini (Rice Balls) with Marinara Sauce Recipe

Bring the oil to a boil for classic Italian arancini (rice balls) stuffed with mozzarella and served with marinara sauce.

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Fast Pot-Stickers Recipe

What can make pot-stickers a minimalist dish One approach is called takeout and is already quite common The alternative is using the wrappers now sold in just about every supermarket

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Recipe: Chimichurri

Make the sauce for Argentina’s fabled choripán sandwich.

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Individual Chicken Pot Pies for the Freezer

We streamlined the process for this classic comfort food and made make-ahead chicken pot pies that we could pull out of the freezer and bake any time.

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Ding Dong Cake - i am baker

Sometimes chocolate is all you need to wash away a world of hurt. This cake is just that... amazing flavor and texture. It brings you right back to the joy of your youth.

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Cabbage Roll Casserole & Video | comfortable food

Easy to Make Cabbage Roll Casserole Recipe. Heat 2 tbsp of the olive oil in a deep skillet or pot over medium heat and saute the onion for about 3 - 4 minutes, until softened, then add the garlic and cook for another minute or two. Increase the heat to hi

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Kansas City Sticky Ribs on a Gas Grill | America's Test Kitchen

We came up with a faster method for Kansas City ribs-one that produces the same fall-off-the-bone, tender smoky meat of the long-cooked original recipe.

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Gateau Reine de Saba Recipe

Julia Child wrote that the Gateau Reine de Saba was the first French cake she ever ate My version is a bit simpler to make than hers I melt the chocolate with liquid, and I use all ground almonds rather than the traditional mixture of flour and almonds

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Backyard Flank Steak Teriyaki Recipe

This sweet-and-salty steak comes from the writer Jeff Gordinier’s mother, who cooked it on a grill on their patio in California, under the grapefruit tree, after having soaked for hours in her teriyaki marinade But marinated flank steak is such a foolpr

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Aquarium Cookies

These are almost too awesome to eat.

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The Most Addictive Bread You'll Ever Eat

The bread that's making a little college town a hot destination.

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Chocolate Cherry Sandwich Cookies - My Baking Addiction

Chocolate Cherry Sandwich Cookies are a stunning way to show your love this Valentine's Day, or any day!

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Using Fresh Peaches Is The Best Way To Reinvent This Classic Dessert!

Everybody’s craved and enjoyed the classic apple fritter, but would you believe us if we told you there was an even better, sister-fruit fritter that blew aforementioned apple fritter out of the water?? It’s true! We wanted something a little

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Chewy Sugar Cookies | America's Test Kitchen

Everyone thinks it’s easy to make classic buttery-tasting sugar cookies that are crisp at the edges and chewy in the center. Everyone is wrong.

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Recipe: Bolo de Laranja

This orange cake only gets better with age—don’t even think about taking a bite until the day after you make it.

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Tequila and Watermelon Recipe

The most crowd-pleasing summer highball there is: a little sweet, a little spicy and exuberantly pink.

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Galaxy Mousse Cakes with Mirror Glaze - SugarHero

Galaxy Mousse Cakes - mini chocolate mousse cakes on a brownie base, with a gorgeous galaxy-inspired mirror glaze on top!

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Homemade Chicken Pot Pie - The Country Cook

Homemade Chicken Pot Pie has the most delicious homemade, creamy filling with an easy puff pastry crust. A family favorite for generations!

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Berry Clafoutis Recipe

Clafoutis, as you may must know by now, are among my favorite vehicles for seasonal fruit I love the way blueberries and blackberries bleed into the batter as this bakes Let it cool for about a half- hour, or completely, before you serve it, and be carefu

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Texas Sheet Cake

This Texas Sheet Cake is one of my favorite dessert recipes from my mom. This cake is so moist and yummy and feeds a crowd!

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White Russian Cake Recipe | King Arthur Flour

Marbled vanilla and chocolate layers, soaked in Kahlua and drizzled with vanilla fondant.

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Traveling Over the Holiday? 18 Snacks to Make and Take With You

Traveling Over the Holiday? 18 Snacks to Make and Take With You is a group of recipes collected by the editors of NYT Cooking

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Granny’s Chocolate Cake Recipe

This cake recipe was adapted from the chef Larry Forgione, who served his grandmother's cake recipe at his restaurant An American Place The dessert proved so popular that every time he tried to take it off of the menu, he said his customers threatened

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Meatball Parmesan Recipe

Whether you scoop this onto a toasted semolina hero roll for a sandwich, or serve it straight from the pan with garlic bread on the side, meatball Parmesan makes a filling, savory meal You can form the meatballs up to a day ahead and keep them in the frid

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Lemon and Garlic Chicken With Spiced Spinach Recipe

This is a heavenly combination; I’m not sure what I like best, the subtly spiced spinach or the chicken They make a great combo When you add the rinsed spinach to the pan after cooking the chicken it will wilt in the liquid left on the leaves after wash

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Baked Rigatoni With Tomatoes, Olives and Pepper Recipe

This baked rigatoni is a grown-up version of macaroni and cheese The tomato sauce, judiciously spiced with hot red pepper flakes and embellished with diced bright yellow bell pepper and pungent black olives, is easy and straightforward It keeps for three

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Bacon-Cheddar Quiche Recipe

This mashup of Julia Child recipes, combining elements of her quiche Lorraine and quiche au fromage, then pouring them into a lard-and-butter based pie crust, results in a serious breakfast feast You could make the whole thing the night before serving it,

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Dark Chocolate Ricotta Cake

I'm a lover of cheese and chocolate. And I have a sweet tooth. This loaf cake is a little lower in calories than some you might have tried, but equals any when it comes to decadence and richness. I'm convinced the dark cocoa and coffee have something to d

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Buttery French TV Snacks Recipe

Good butter is the key to these easy, delectable cookies Before the pastry chef Anita Chu began work on her “Field Guide to Cookies” (Quirk Books), she was a Berkeley-trained structural engineer with a baking habit she couldn’t shake One of her favo

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How to Make a Pie Crust

Pie is an iconic American dessert, and there are few kitchen projects as rewarding as baking one. The best pies start with a flaky homemade crust, which is a lot easier to make than some people fear. We'll teach you how to make it here. Then go off and ex

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Chicken Saltimbocca Recipe

Saltimbocca's name means to “jump in the mouth” with flavor It is a restaurant dish, but at home on a weeknight, a chicken breast version makes a very tasty facsimile Pound the chicken and marinate it in a mixture of chopped sage, garlic and olive

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Ricotta Kisses Recipe

These baci di ricotta -- perfect kisses, hot, soft and melting -- are a surprisingly easy dessert It's just a question of mixing the ingredients in a bowl (by hand) and then frying rounded teaspoonfuls of the batter in just under an inch of oil until

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Browned Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies

While in search of the perfect Chocolate Chip recipe I found this one. The browned butter gives it a nutty flavor and adds to its richness. I also learned that the lemon juice helps to activate the baking soda!Yield: About 2 1/2 dozen.Recipe Source: Adapt

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Spicy Hot Chocolate Recipe

Gently seasoned with a touch of chile powder, cinnamon and vanilla, this fragrant hot chocolate recipe is not too sweet and very complex Using both cocoa powder and chocolate gives the roundest, deepest chocolate flavor while a mix of whole milk and cream

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Meera Sodha’s Naan Recipe

The British cookbook author learned this recipe from her aunt Harsha, and included it in her “Made in India: Recipes from an Indian Family Kitchen” in 2015 It is simple to make, and results in crackly-soft flatbreads singed by heat and yielding to ten

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Baked Custard Recipe

This is a snap to make: you do no more than heat some milk with a vanilla pod, if you have one, and then beat the milk into some eggs and sugar I don't split the pod, much as I love the sight of those aromatic little black seeds; I like the vanilla ta

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Baked Bean and Cheese Quesadillas Recipe

These quesadillas have little in common with fast-food varieties, which are made with flour tortillas and a lot more cheese A Taco Bell cheese quesadilla has 480 calories and 1,000 milligrams of sodium; if you order cheese quesadillas at Baja Fresh, you��

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Coconut Cream Cake - melissassouthernstylekitchen.com

Coconut Cream Cake - This creamy and dreamy cake is a coconut lovers dream. I am a fan of all things coconut and in my opinion it's sheer decadence. Coconut cakes have a unique ability to become better and better the longer they sit. The same is true

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Fried Chickpeas With Chorizo and Spinach Recipe

Chickpeas are often cooked with spinach, from India to the New World But in southern Spain, they are mostly made with chorizo Combine these ideas, and you have a rich, deep, full-flavored stew perfect for a fast dinner on a cold night.

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Pumpkin Pie Cake

This cake-pie hybrid is the answer to your dessert indecision.

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Pecan Pie Bars Recipe

Pecan Pie Bars transform the classic Thanksgiving dessert into a finger-friendly sweet that stacks pecan pie filling atop a buttery shortbread base.

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Puréed Winter Squash Soup With Ginger Recipe

One of the most comforting dishes you can make with winter squash is a puréed soup I use rice to thicken this one, but you could also use a potato, or not add additional starch at all, as the squash itself has a lot of body To enhance the flavor, this on

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Spicy Chickpeas With Ginger Recipe

This recipe is by Amanda Hesser and takes 1 hour 45 minutes. Tell us what you think of it at The New York Times - Dining - Food.

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15 Easy Halloween Treats And Recipes

With Halloween just a few weeks away, coming up with fun treats to serve is likely top of mind. It’s easy enough to buy a big bag of candy to cater to trick-or-treaters, but what if you’re having a party or just want to have something that sta

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One-Pot French Onion Soup With Garlic-Gruyère Croutons Recipe

I don’t make onion soup at home partly because I lack the flameproof bowls that chefs run under the broiler to melt the cheese And what’s the point of making onion soup without the elastic cap of gooey Gruyère The more I pondered this, the more I won

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Pumpkin Pound Cake with Cheesecake Glaze - i am baker

This amazing Pumpkin Pie Pound Cake recipe is the best I have ever had! Pairing it with a lovely Cheesecake Glaze takes this cake to a whole new level!   I absolutely love fall baking. I love the subtle smell of pumpkin spice and the slight crisp in

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Homemade Chicken and Noodles

This is a comfort food from my childhood on the golf course, and something I highly recommend if you’ve never come across it in your life. It’s beautiful, simple homemade Chicken and No…

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Thai Combination Fried Rice Recipe

This dish is loosely based on Thailand’s ubiquitous fried rice dish, kao pad Usually some kind of animal protein accompanies the rice — squid, crabmeat, ham, chicken, whatever the cook has on hand My version relies instead on tofu and vegetables; the

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Easy Chicken Taco Soup

This soup tastes so good it's hard to believe it's low in fat and calories!

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Pan-Baked Lemon-Almond Tart Recipe

This flourless, crustless tart is rich, moist, sweet and and prepared almost entirely on the stovetop (with the exception of a few minutes spent under the broiler to crisp the top) It is the ideal decadent breakfast, a new twist on the classic coffeecake

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Breakfast Quiche Cups Are Worth Waking Up Early To Enjoy - Forgot To Think

We added cheese, bacon, onion and parsley to ours, but you can get creative with your ingredients by adding different fillings to each cup! Who can resist these cute little breakfast bites?

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Monster Halloween Cookies Recipe

The cookies here have none of the pumpkin's autumnal majesty, but Halloween is not one of the most dignified of festivals Studded with colored candies (delicious if they are peanut-filled, too), these treats are an amazing way to end a grown-up supper

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Red Velvet Cake Recipe

This is similar to the original recipe that began the red velvet craze It was developed by the Adams Extract company in Gonzales, Tex The original recipe, popularized in the 1940s, called for butter flavoring and shortening and is usually iced with boiled

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Keep your cutting boards in prime shape, and try this pecan-crusted spareribs recipe

When it comes to kitchen equipment, one of the most used yet little appreciated tools is the cutting board. We use cutting boards for everything, from chopping vegetables to rolling out biscuits and pie dough to carving the holiday turkey and more.

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Snickerdoodle Skillet Biscuits - The Country Cook

Snickerdoodle Biscuits! What?! I think this is my new favorite sweet biscuit! It’s got a sweet, slightly crusty exterior and the softest, tender inside. I think this would be amazing for breakfast or dessert. Oh, and maybe some apple butter or pumpk

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Triple-Chocolate Pumpkin Bread

One times the chocolate just wasn't going to cut it.

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Winter Vegetable Soup With Turnips, Carrots, Potatoes and Leeks Recipe

I use the food mill instead of a blender — immersion or regular — because I love the texture of the soup when it’s put through the mill’s coarse blade, resulting in a flavorful, colorful mixture that you can almost chew on But you can use a blende

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Sinful Cinnamon Rolls

I made these yesterday, and they are like the title, absolutely sinful. I used two different recipes and tweaked them to make one great recipe. They have a lot of cinnamon and a lot of brown sugar, they just melt in your mouth. They are definitely better

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Chocolate Dump-It Cake Recipe

“A couple of years ago, my mother taught me to make her dense but moist chocolate birthday cake She calls it 'dump-it cake' because you mix all of the ingredients in a pot over medium heat, then dump the batter into a cake pan to bake For the ic

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Bust Your Buttons Butter Cake

I named it that because one bite of this cake and you can't stop eating it until you feel like you are going to Bust Your Buttons!

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Gooey Chocolate Layer Cake Is Everybody’s New Favorite Dessert - Trendzified

Remember to invert the cake immediately after it comes out of the oven so that it doesn't continue to bake from the residual heat from the baking dish. Chocolate lovers, this one's for you!

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Chicken Florentine Soup

This recipe was inspired by a local Italian restaurant that We would frequent often just to get this soup. So I created my version which is a bit lighter and healthier than the restaurant version. I have made this many times and it always turns out wonder

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Beef Empanadas Recipe

Many cultures have put a spin on the empanada This recipe descends from the Argentine way of making these little meat pies The Argentine empanada is small, just two or three delicious bites

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Try this Panda Express-style orange chicken recipe for dinner

We all have our guilty pleasures. Chances are, Chinese fast food, eaten straight out of the container, is one of them.

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Thai Combination Fried Rice Recipe

This dish is loosely based on Thailand’s ubiquitous fried rice dish, kao pad Usually some kind of animal protein accompanies the rice — squid, crabmeat, ham, chicken, whatever the cook has on hand My version relies instead on tofu and vegetables; the

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Lucas Schoormans’s Lemon Tart Recipe

Lucas Schoorman, a Chelsea art dealer and hobbyist baker, introduced this elegant lemon tart to the Times in 2004 It's a showstopper dessert featuring two distinct, delicious layers: one of frangipani, an almond-rich custard, and another of shimmering

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California Pizza Kitchen Butter Cake {The Leftovers Club} - Homemade Cravings

California Pizza Kitchen Butter Cake - Rich Buttery Cake with a Butter Sugar Crust and Cheesecake Top. Copycat of California Pizza Kitchen Butter Cake Recipe

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Lunch Lady Brownies - Life In The Lofthouse

   I’ve been on a brownie kick lately. I don’t know what’s come over me.

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Carrot Cake Muffins Recipe

These spicy whole-grain muffins are just sweet enough, unlike most cloying carrot cakes And these are packed with carrots.

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Eggplant With Lamb, Tomato and Pine Nuts Recipe

With its layers of golden eggplant, cinnamon-scented lamb, and sweet tomato sauce topped with melted cheese, this traditional Lebanese dish is made for celebratory meals and gatherings Even better, it’s just as good served warm or room temperature as it

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Chicken-Tarragon Pot Pie Recipe

This recipe, which is adapted from “Julia and Jacques at Home” by Julia Child and Jacques Pépin and was featured in a New York Times article about roast chicken, makes delicious use of leftovers (it would be excellent with the Thanksgiving turkey rem

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Chocolate Little Layer Cake Recipe

This recipe came to The New York Times in 2009 from Martha Meadows of somewhere between Slocomb and Hartford, Ala., where the worth of a cook can be measured in cake layers In this corner of the country, everyone knows whose cakes are tender and whose con

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Regina’s Butter Biscuits Recipe

People travel long distances to eat Regina Charboneau’s biscuits She built a blues club in San Francisco, called Biscuits and Blues, on their reputation And in her hometown, Natchez, Miss., her biscuits are considered the best

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How to make the best pie dough ever, and use it to make this strawberry pie

Here’s a quick pro tip when it comes to pie dough: Use a food processor. Add the dry ingredients in the bowl of a food processor and pulse a few times to combine. Then add cold chunks of fat and give the processor a couple whirs to incorporate, then

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Easy-as-Pie Apple Cake Recipe

The name of this cake is somewhat deceiving, since most apple cakes are easier than pie (which is actually never that easy if you’re making it from scratch) In any case, it’s a simple, excellent cake with a tender crumb, subtle spicing and soft pocket

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Greek Chicken Stew With Cauliflower and Olives Recipe

Chicken, cauliflower, olives, tomatoes, feta — this is a stew of extraordinary flavor and complexity, down to its hints of cinnamon and garlic The recipe uses skinless chicken legs or thighs; you could substitute ones with the skin if you like (But don�

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Neiman-Marcus $250 Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe Recipe - Food.com

Make and share this Neiman-Marcus $250 Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe recipe from Food.com.

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Cheater’s Pickles Recipe

This recipe was developed by accident when Dora Charles was working on her book, “A Real Southern Cook: In Her Savannah Kitchen.” The pickles come together fast, with a shock from ice cubes and a touch of sugar helping them move from raw to something

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Lemon Meringue Pie Recipe - Bon Appétit

Impressive doesn’t necessarily mean hard. The curd for this lemon meringue pie recipe can be made at least a day ahead, as can the crust. Divide up the work, stay cool, and knock ‘em dead with the presentation.

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Sablé Breton Galette With Berries Recipe

The sablé is a sweet shortbread that’s buttery and noticeably salty In this version, the dough is purposely very soft (it’s too soft to roll and cut for cookies) so that it can be patted and pressed into a tart pan, baked, and used as the base of a b

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Butter Pecan Pound Cake

This Butter Pecan Pound Cake Recipe is an original recipe created in my home kitchen by me. The cake was tested and approved by me and taste tested by my co workers and approved.

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Boba Milk Tea Recipe & Video - Seonkyoung Longest

Milk tea is very classic for boba tea (bubble tea).  Boba is simply tapioca pears, nicely chewy texture and very fun to eat! You can use espresso or matcha green tea instead of black tea, would be very delicious!  Homemade boba tea’s beauty is you

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Pineapple And Molasses Spareribs Recipe

This recipe is by Nigella Lawson. Tell us what you think of it at The New York Times - Dining - Food.

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Korean Meatballs and Noodles Recipe

This kalbi meatball recipe, adapted from the cookbook “Koreatown,” is easy and quick enough to consider for midweek dinner It offers the sweetly peppered, slightly funky flavors typical of many Korean dishes, and gives new personality to everyday spag

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Black-and-White Cookies Recipe

There is no reason to settle for a stale shrink-wrapped cookie from the produce market This classic New York cookie is easy to make.

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Did you know that Rivers Hill in Burton has its own pecan pie?

Made with Love columnist Ervena Faulkner talks with Bernadette Hampton, president of the South Carolina Educators Association who grew up in Burton, graduated from Battery Creek High School and later returned to teach math there. Hampton shares her recipe

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Chocolate Babka Recipe

Baking a chocolate babka is no casual undertaking The Eastern European yeast-risen coffee cake has 14 steps and takes all day to make But the results are worth every sugarcoated second – with a moist, deeply flavored brioche-like cake wrapped around a d

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Better Than Take-Out Fried Rice

We love fried rice! This is a quick and easy version that I believe comes from Pampered Chef.

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Fried Cream Corn

This is one of my families favorite side dishes. My mother-in-law made this for me when I was pregnant with my first child and I couldn't stop eating it. I almost finished the entire skillet. It was so delicious.

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Fried Cream Corn

This is one of my families favorite side dishes. My mother-in-law made this for me when I was pregnant with my first child and I couldn't stop eating it. I almost finished the entire skillet. It was so delicious.

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Fried Cream Corn

This is one of my families favorite side dishes. My mother-in-law made this for me when I was pregnant with my first child and I couldn't stop eating it. I almost finished the entire skillet. It was so delicious.

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Fried Cream Corn

This is one of my families favorite side dishes. My mother-in-law made this for me when I was pregnant with my first child and I couldn't stop eating it. I almost finished the entire skillet. It was so delicious.

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General Tso’s Chicken Recipe

In this Taiwanese version, the dish is hot and sour and lacks the sweetness of its Americanized counterpart.

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Classic Marinara Sauce Recipe

Homemade marinara is almost as fast and tastes immeasurably better than even the best supermarket sauce — and it's made with basic pantry ingredients All the tricks to a bright red, lively-tasting sauce, made just as it is in the south of Italy (no

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Crockpot Candy - Fake Ginger

Looking for the perfect sweet treat? Try Crockpot Candy!

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BEST CARROT CAKE EVER

Again, going back to my vintage recipes that have been in my family for years, I spotted an old recipe from the 40's for carrot cake. It was titled THE BEST CARROT CAKE. Well, I figured it was now the 90's at the time and was sure someone probably had com

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Mom’s Chocolate Decadent Cake

Monday was a beautiful fall day and I was sitting in the back yard perusing the pages of an old cook book when mom came to the screen door and said she wanted to sit outside. As she went to get her sweater, I went into the kitchen and I cut a piece of her

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No-Fuss Grits Recipe

This recipe comes from a feast by Mark Bittman and Sam Sifton They traveled to Carleston, S.C to show you how to create a spring holiday dinner party

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Mom's Swedish Meatballs Recipe

This recipe calls for consomme which has a stronger flavor than regular beef broth. If you cannot find consomme, beef broth may be substituted. It will still taste great. Mom's original recipe calls for dried parsley, too. Occasionally, when I make this r

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Mahony’s Beef Po’ Boys Recipe

Benjamin Wicks, proprietor of Mahony’s Po-Boy Shop on Magazine Street in New Orleans, which opened in the summer of 2008, is a raver and ranter with the heart of an old-timer “Why don’t people care about making great po’ boys?” he asked The Time

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Chocolate Cheesecake With Graham Cracker Crunch Recipe

It’s worth tasting a few brands of graham crackers to find one you particularly like — preferably one with whole-wheat flour and a good dash of salt and honey or molasses Try a health-food store or Whole Foods for organic and low-sugar brands (Graham

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Tomato and Basil Risotto Recipe

This is a luxurious summer risotto, with tomatoes both cooked along with the rice and added uncooked to the finished risotto.

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Morning Bread Pudding Recipe

This special occasion breakfast dish is like a cross between a tarte Tatin and a moist, delicate bread pudding You have to plan ahead – it needs to sit in the refrigerator overnight – and it requires the preparation of a simple caramel sauce, but it&#

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Choco-Hoto-Pots Recipe

I can make no dietary defense for the choco-hoto-pots: they're just good Think ponds of molten chocolate sauce enclosed in chewy-topped, dense chocolate sponge By popular request, I paint the lily here by adding a sprinkle of white chocolate morsels.

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Chicken Teriyaki Recipe

Teriyaki is derived from the Japanese root words teri, to shine, and yaki, to broil or grill That’s the way traditional teriyaki looks: shiny and incised with grill marks In Japan, teriyaki is a mix of soy sauce, sake and the rice wine mirin, which impa

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Fast Pot-Stickers Recipe

What can make pot-stickers a minimalist dish One approach is called takeout and is already quite common The alternative is using the wrappers now sold in just about every supermarket

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Pushing Chicken to Its Garlicky Limit

Marinate boneless chicken thighs with loads of garlic, lemon and herbs for a quick weeknight meal.

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Orange Butter Cookies Recipe

The most common mistakes made by home bakers, professionals say, have to do with the care and handling of one ingredient: butter Creaming butter correctly, keeping butter doughs cold, and starting with fresh, good-tasting butter are vital details that pro

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Black Forest Cupcakes

Who doesn't like cupcakes? AND who doesn't like black forest cake? Well don't answer that...lol I just tweaked my Black Forest Cake Recipe to fit a cupcake...and wanted to share with you all. Hope you like and enjoy!Please note that I used Robins Whipped

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Takeout-Style Sesame Noodles Recipe

Eddie Schoenfeld, the affable yarn-spinner and restaurateur who opened Red Farm in the West Village and on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, is also one of New York's finest practitioners of Chinese cuisine In 2007, he helped The Times drill down into

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Tamarind Spiced Nuts With Mint Recipe

The addition of tamarind and mint to what might otherwise be simply sweet and spicy cashews elevates these nuts beyond simple bar snacks designed to encourage thirst They're sophisticated and exciting, while remaining quite simple to make.

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Make this chicken recipe one of your go-to weeknight dishes

You can never have too many simple dinner ideas, particularly on a busy weeknight — add this braised chicken with capers recipe to your rotation. Pan-braise chicken thighs with new potatoes in a skillet, flavoring the dish with tart capers and a touch o

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Cruze Farm Buttermilk Poundcake Recipe

Strictly traditional poundcakes don’t include any leavening – just one pound each of eggs, sugar, flour, and butter – which explains why they are often leaden and crumbly This recipe has a touch of baking soda and a shot of buttermilk, which work to

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Grilled Lebanese Flatbread Recipe

This recipe is a flatbread that’s somewhere between a Middle Eastern-style pita and an Indian naan Like most leavened breads, this one consists primarily of flour, water and yeast And, like any leavened bread, it requires some rising, though no more tha

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Brown Sugar-Pecan Shortbread Cookies Recipe

Lovers of pecan sandies will adore these crisp, buttery treats that are a cinch to put together The recipe is an adaptation of one developed by Dorie Greenspan for her book, “Baking: From My Home to Yours.” Not fond of pecans Try hazelnuts or almonds

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Can’t-Miss Rice Recipe

Baking rice in the oven offers an easy way to control time and temperature and frees up the burner on the stove Shallots or a little onion can be sautéed in the butter before adding the rice, and chicken stock or other liquid can be substituted instead o

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These pecan pie cookie bars might be everything you want right now

Imagine a couple of your sweetest desires all rolled into one: pecan pie and buttery brown sugar shortbread, joined together as a cookie bar. Rich pecan pie filling, flavored with notes of maple and a touch of bourbon, is baked on top of a crumbly shor

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Strawberry Sorbet Recipe

This mouthwatering summer sorbet is an adaptation of one served at the River Café in London Yes, it calls for an entire lemon (rind and all), but trust us: the sweet of the strawberries and sugar, the tart and bitter of the lemon – it all works togethe

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Fresh Strawberries With Almond Crème Anglaise Recipe

Strawberries, like asparagus, peaches, corn and a few other joys of summer, are perhaps best enjoyed unadulterated, at least at the beginning of the season, when the thrill of their newness is fresh Later on, when you’re on your 10th quart, it’s time

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Chickpea Tagine With Chicken and Apricots Recipe

Tagines, the slow-cooked, deeply aromatic stews of North Africa, are traditionally made and served in distinctive clay pots, often with lamb, and usually over couscous This isn’t a traditional version: It’s fairly quick, and it relies on a heavy-botto

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Raspberry Hazelnut Tart Recipe

When Martha Rose Shulman isn't developing Recipes for Health, she ghost-writes pastry cookbooks If you’re a fan of Recipes for Health, or any of her cookbooks on healthful eating, you may be confused by this revelation But, as she wrote in 2013, "I

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Fresh and Wild Mushroom Stew Recipe

Craving wild mushrooms My compromise is to make a stew using mostly cultivated mushrooms But I give them a boost of wild flavor in a couple of ways

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Pork Schnitzel With Quick Pickles Recipe

When most people think of schnitzel, they default to veal But pork has its merits Pork schnitzel is not only more economical than veal, it’s also richer in flavor and easier to cook (you’ve got a bigger margin of error when it comes to timing because

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Fast Pot-Stickers Recipe

What can make pot-stickers a minimalist dish One approach is called takeout and is already quite common The alternative is using the wrappers now sold in just about every supermarket

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Buttermilk Biscuits Recipe

These soft and tender biscuits are made with cultured butter, which is made with cream that is cultured, or fermented, before it is churned Cultured butter can be made at home, but it is becoming easier to find in supermarkets It’s worth seeking out

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Ruth Reichl’s Giant Chocolate Cake Recipe

In her new book, "My Kitchen Year: 136 Recipes That Saved My Life," Ruth Reichl calls this the cake that cures everything The recipe produces a large stacked rectangular layer cake with whipped cream cheese in the frosting to add lightness and stability T

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Cornmeal Waffles With Banana Bourbon Syrup Recipe

Cornmeal adds crunch and sweetness to these fluffy waffles, which are lightened with beaten egg whites If you’d prefer a little more fiber, you can substitute a third of the all-purpose flour with whole-wheat or rye flour The banana bourbon syrup, studd

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Rosemary Shortbread Recipe

This basic, buttery shortbread practically begs that you customize it to suit your own tastes or pantry supplies The dough, which comes together quickly in a food processor, is already enhanced with rosemary, but nuts, seeds, citrus zest, spices, vanilla

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Homemade Twinkies Recipe

Dispirited by the possible demise in 2012 of Hostess, the company that makes Twinkies, Ho Hos, and Hostess cupcakes, Jennifer Steinhauer began to wonder if she could make Hostess snack cakes, as well as other much-loved junk food from the past, in her own

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Morning Bread Pudding Recipe

This special occasion breakfast dish is like a cross between a tarte Tatin and a moist, delicate bread pudding You have to plan ahead – it needs to sit in the refrigerator overnight – and it requires the preparation of a simple caramel sauce, but it&#

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Fererro Rocher Cupcakes with Nutella Filling

I was looking for some recipes with Nutella and came across this one, adapted by Monica H, on the Lick The Bowl Good Website.This cupcake is made with chocolate syrup and is very moist. A must try for any chocolate lover.

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How to make a quick and easy zucchini slaw

Crisp, bright and refreshing, slaw might as well be the official side dish of summer. Many use just a handful of ingredients and can be assembled in minutes. Think beyond cabbage — and broccoli or carrot — and consider using some of the great summer

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Ricotta Tart With Lemon Poppy Crust Recipe

This simple, not-too-sweet tart is reminiscent of a cheesecake but with a higher crust-to-filling ratio If you’ve got excellent, ripe fruit, feel free to lay it on top — berries, figs, poached rhubarb or pears, pineapple, plums — anything sweet and

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Curried Tofu With Soy Sauce Recipe

Tofu is light, so I wanted to make the sauce as substantial as possible Use canned coconut milk with the caramelized onions Like heavy cream, coconut milk will thicken a sauce, making it luxurious in almost no time

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27 great ice cream recipes to keep you cool

When you need to cool down, sometimes there’s nothing better than a cold bowl of ice cream. We’ve compiled 27 of our favorite ice cream recipes to help you chill out. Here are some highlights:

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How to Make Fried Chicken

For a remarkably simple dish, fried chicken can be controversial. There are debates over brining the meat (yes, you should). People argue over what starch is used to coat the chicken, about the fat used to fry it, about the temperature at which it cooks.

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Pasta With Fresh Tomato Sauce and Ricotta Recipe

This wonderful pasta is made with nothing more than fresh tomato sauce and good ricotta, plus a little pecorino It’s most delicious if you keep the pasta quite al dente; use just enough sauce, no more; give it a good pinch of crushed red pepper; and sea

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Salted Honey Butter Recipe

The lush combination of honey and butter is a classic for biscuits, but adding crunchy salt is a modern touch that makes this topping sing The chef Joe Dobias uses alaea red salt from Hawaii for color contrast, but any large-grained sea salt will work If

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Julia Child's Provençale Tomato Sauce Recipe

This is an under-the-radar basic from Julia Child’s “Mastering the Art of French Cooking,” featured in a New York Times article about readers’ favorite Child recipes It is a tomato sauce with onions, garlic and basil, raised high with a perfumed w

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Brown Butter Nectarine Cobbler/Cake Recipe

This dessert comes from a subset of cobbler recipes with cakelike leanings It’s blissfully easy Melt some butter in a skillet (cast iron, if you have it), mix together a pancake-type batter in a bowl, toss with fruit and bake

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Spicy Thai Basil Chicken Kebabs

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #CollectiveBias The following content is intended for readers who are 21 or older. Full of aromatic, peppery, authentic Thai flavors, these Spicy Thai

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IRON SKILLET PINEAPPLE UPSIDEDOWN CAKE

THIS IS A GREAT CAKE. IT CAN ALSO BE MADE IN A 9X13 PAN. IF YOU CAN USE A 12 IN. IRON SKILLET.

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Coconut Chicken Curry With Cashews Recipe

This Sri Lankan curry goes together fairly quickly despite the long list of ingredients I used skinless, boneless thigh meat, because it always stays moist and can absorb a lot of flavor from a short marinade in ginger, garlic and spices To intensify the

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Cream Cheese Buttercream Recipe

This recipe calls for equal weights of cream cheese and butter Made with confectioners’ sugar, it’s a sturdy, dependable frosting, the kind that’s ideal for a child’s birthday party or to ice three-dozen cupcakes for a bake sale While it’s not q

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Perfect Corn Muffin Mix Recipe

Way back in 1996, when the Magnolia Bakery opened on Bleecker Street, before cupcake-mad crowds packed every inch of the place, it actually served breakfast At tables These muffins, no longer served at the bakery, are relics from that time, incomparable i

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Cheater’s Pickles Recipe

This recipe was developed by accident when Dora Charles was working on her book, “A Real Southern Cook: In Her Savannah Kitchen.” The pickles come together fast, with a shock from ice cubes and a touch of sugar helping them move from raw to something

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Ottolenghi's Lemon-Semolina Cake - alexandra's kitchen

The April issue of Bon Appetit featured mini lemon-semolina syrup cakes, a recipe from Yotam Ottolenghi’s next cookbook, a dessert one, which is still in its recipe-testing phase. While I am not into mini anything right now — the less greasing/pan

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Salted Caramel Kentucky Butter Cake | Wishes and Dishes

Salted Caramel Kentucky Butter Cake is a homemade moist and buttery cake recipe with a caramel butter sauce that is rich,delicious, and soaks into the cake!

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Ricotta Kisses Recipe

These baci di ricotta -- perfect kisses, hot, soft and melting -- are a surprisingly easy dessert It's just a question of mixing the ingredients in a bowl (by hand) and then frying rounded teaspoonfuls of the batter in just under an inch of oil until

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Pasta Alla Norma, My Way Recipe

I make pasta alla Norma all the time; you will find more than one recipe from me on the classic tomato and eggplant sauce But this is my favorite version, created on the spur of the moment and at the suggestion from a friend.