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    Got this from a Cooking Light. Tastes very good, would feel comfortable taking this to a family gathering or pot luck made as is - doesn't TASTE like a light recipe!

    Recipe #207077

    This is so delicious - Serve warm with Crème Fraîche.

    Recipe #405866

    This is an old basic receipe from a cookbook my grandmother had that was written back in the 1920's. It's a very basic receipe meaning if you have the fruit on hand, the rest of the ingredients are probably on your shelf. Good served warm with ice cream or even with milk poured over.

    Recipe #200762

    I had never know about frangipane until I read this month's Bon Appetit. I have a fig tree and am collecting recipes to use them fresh. I decided to just enter this as a standard so I can use it with whatever fruit is in season. I adore almond anything so this will become a well used recipe.

    Recipe #459178

    Cooking--Light August, 2002 Chill time--2 hours

    Recipe #460670

    I found this recipe in The Frugal Gourmet Celebrates Christmas. He calls it "Nellie's Lemon Tart" and credits a friend of his from Toulouse, France for gifting him this recipe as his favorite. It sounds absolutely scrumtious to me - but then I love lemon desserts to cap off a meal!! I estimated on the prep times, which include chill times, some cooks may be faster than I am in the kitchen!!

    Recipe #207949

    Another variation of the Italian Easter pie, which is a regional Italian dessert, traditionally served on Easter. This one yields a more dense pie which is not too sweet.

    Recipe #293844

    This is a sweet/tart pie without crust. Extremely simple and delicious, this should ideally be served warm, with a scoop of ice cream melting on top.

    Recipe #465850

    This pie has a pecan crust that tastes terrific with the creamy banana filling.

    Recipe #75248

    Mixes in minutes, so it's great for a last-minute emergency holiday dessert. If you make it a day ahead, the cranberries mellow a little. Great with orange-nutmeg whipped cream!

    Recipe #271974

    3 Reviews |  By rpsj2

    from the book "Cranberry Mystery", by Wende & Harry Devlin, published in 1978

    Recipe #399092

    A pie so good it is worthy of selling in a bakery! prep time includes the refrigeration time --- see my recipe#66929

    Recipe #107621

    Connie's recipe from family collection.

    Recipe #462346

    3 Reviews |  By Laudee

    Given to me by my best friend, handed down to her by her Grandmother. Been around for years...It's a tasty and easy recipe.

    Recipe #65354

    Ooooh, so yummy and good for you! From Prevention magazine.

    Recipe #110829

    This recipe is from the sweet potato episode of Good Eats with Alton Brown, I could not find it here, so I added it. I used 100% pure grade A dark maple syrup, it was so tasty. When I made this recipe I did not weigh out my potato and had ebough to make another pie, so my second one didn't get topped with pecans or syrup, and was still amazing! I also did not add any salt. We had health nerds over for Thanksgiving, so it all worked out. So now you know you can double your potatoes and still have a delicious pie. Prep time includes the time it takes to steam the sweet potatoes. Does NOT include cooling time (which is about an hour as stated below.)

    Recipe #401637

    Recipe #451852

    This is part of a recipe in Bon Appetit. After making it I found it is not a good crust for a sweet pie. However it is great for savory pies. Original recipe had 10 tablespoons of butter, I reduced it.

    Recipe #452126

    Another recipe that I've had for sometime and have not made lately. But remember this being a good recipe,

    Recipe #233008

    Warm or room temp. Since it is baked, green bananas ok. The original recipe was 5 c bananas and 3 cups mangoes. I have reversed that as it was too dry. I also increased the rum to 1/3 cup. Feel free to add other spices.

    Recipe #451687

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