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    I don't think they have mangoes or pineapples growing in Bavaria......but this is good. It is sweet from the fruit and does not have a heavy sugar load.

    Recipe #462429

    I just made it up after getting a good deal on mangoes. If available, use Appleton Estate Jamaica Rum. Please, no light rums or spiced rums.

    Recipe #84606

    Found on recipe search to use abundance in my yard.

    Recipe #452843

    Quick and easy crust. Filling with a great texture and strong, smooth and invigorating citrus flavor. You could put in pie pan and top with meringue or whipped cream.

    Recipe #453131

    I've had a number of cranberry mincemeat pie recipes over the years, & this is one I've worked on over the past 25 years or so. In a a pinch, I've substituted 3 cups of canned whole-berry cranberry sauce for the first 4 ingredients.

    Recipe #211837

    I saw the movie, The Help, this weekend and it was excellent. Then the sermon on Sunday included a reference to it. I wanted to have the recipe for Minnie's pie - NOT the one she made ONLY for Hilly!!!!!. Maybe someone else wants it, so here it is.

    Recipe #462430

    ohhh what a terrific twist on lemon meringue pie. individual servings that look as pretty as it tastes great. Recipe from chef ross burden. Of course you can increase this easily

    Recipe #290876

    The thing with meyer lemons is that they're much less bitter than regular lemons. They're cross-bred with mandarin oranges, so you get all the citrus in a much milder form. I'm not usually a fan of lemon anything but these are just irresistibly luscious.

    Recipe #448820

    This recipe is for a double crust pie that I got off of the Food Network. It is similar to a peach pie but more luscious because of the mangoes. I suppose this could also be made with peaches but try it with mangoes for a real treat.

    Recipe #88235

    From Realfood, April 2001.

    Recipe #233100

    The almond in the base of this tart really makes it. This is a refreshing treat.

    Recipe #452841

    Low in fat and very tasty for all those Mango Lovers!

    Recipe #64827

    This yummy two crust fruit pie is great to make when mangos are in season. It is inspired by a friend living in Kenya.

    Recipe #429173

    Before Cool Whip and instant pudding, this was how a cream pie was made. If you leave out the bananas, you have vanilla cream pie. If you add 1 cup shredded coconut to milk as it's being heated, you have coconut cream pie.

    Recipe #14979

    This is quite possibly the most amazingly easy and wonderful dessert that I make to date--that EVERYONE goes nuts over. I have never had a bad review yet! It's simply perfect served warm over homemade vanilla ice cream--wonderful Christmas dessert!

    Recipe #196805

    Found in my great papaya recipe hunt to use the bounty of my yard.

    Recipe #452737

    This dessert can be filled with any type of berry mix. To help ensure you have a successful pav, add all the ingredients very slowly. The cook time does not include cooling in the oven.

    Recipe #370646

    1 Reviews |  By chia

    make this dessert in the morning and it will be ready for dessert after dinner. you can also make this a day in advance. the cooking time reflects the refrigeration time.

    Recipe #101059

    Received this lovely recipe in an email from gourmet_recipes_from_around_the_world ( thank you Bjorn Holstrom). Prunes with pits intact are becoming difficult to find in the litigious US. Pity as the pits have a delicate almond-like essence to their kernels. Using hot water to plump the prunes will decrease the 12 hour (interpret as overnight in my book) soaking time as will using pitted prunes (which can melt if let to soak beyond 15 to 30 minutes in hot water). I love the use of canned almond paste in this recipe - use your favorite crust if this one seems a bit spartan. I certainly would use chilled fat of choice & chill whatever dough I was using after shaping into a round - seems to yield a better crsut.

    Recipe #416419

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