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    Egg Yolks Egg Whites

    You know how you have those leftover egg whites or egg yolks and you NEVER know what to do with 'em? Well, here are ideas so you don't end up tossing them instead of using them!
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    11 Reviews |  By Lennie

    You CAN make this without using a raw egg; see directions. This classic mayo is delicious, but please note that it won't keep as long in the fridge as commercial mayos do.

    Recipe #39780

    6 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This lovely salad has a distinctive flavour due to the tarragon, which also adds a touch of sweetness along with the sugar and the oranges. It looks terrific in the bowl and tastes even better. This salad is based on one served at the Magic Pan restaurants here in Toronto back in the 1970s; the recipe was published in the local paper ages ago and I modified it a bit to more suit my tastes. The Magic Pan is now gone but its memory lives on with this delicious salad!

    Recipe #14055

    For coconut custard pie lovers, a more substantial, yet simple dessert. This comes from my ratty old Polly-O cookbook, which has very authentic Italian American recipes.

    Recipe #77922

    This is a WOW recipe - the kind that draws all the attention. It is a bit of work, but delicious, and worth every labour-intensive moment.

    Recipe #78962

    1 Reviews |  By BeckyF

    This recipe is one of Chef Bradley Ogden from Caesers Palace in Las Vegas. It was in the Christmas Day LV Review Journal Newspaper.

    Recipe #80311

    4 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    On our recent trip to Alaska, I fell in love with creme brulee. I was surfing the web and found this version. DH loves Butterfinger candy bars. What could be more perfect? This recipe is brought to you by Nestle.

    Recipe #95411

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    Recipe #95410

    1 Reviews |  By Courtly

    This came from TOH sounds delicious

    Recipe #97749

    This recipe is from Trinidad in the Caribbean. The islands are famous for their rums and many of the recipes include it. If you like rum, you'll love this recipe.

    Recipe #99889

    Ever wonder what to do with all those left-over egg yolks from baking an angel food cake? This is what my grandmother did with hers! A luscious, eggy sponge cake. You can frost it or not, your choice!

    Recipe #100505

    This recipe is from Rold Gold pretzels.

    Recipe #102021

    2 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This dessert is extremely easy to make, and will wow family and friends; it's my new "company's coming over" dessert. I served this to some very stuffed dinner guests before xmas, who claimed to have no room for dessert, yet when this was presented it was gobbled down completely. This mousse is very light and is an excellent choice after a heavy meal. If you want a lemon mousse, rather than lemon-lime, just use all lemon juice instead of the combination. Thanks go out to a Martha Stewart magazine for this gem. Prep time includes minimum chilling time.

    Recipe #81561

    3 Reviews |  By Lennie

    Not everyone likes the taste of cardamom, but if you do, this make-ahead dessert is a real winner. Prep time includes all the chilling time.

    Recipe #17783

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