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    I love champagne and this is so delicious! From Barefoot Contessa in Paris.

    Recipe #171468

    Recipe #92381

    My family always requests these muffins. Use any jam you like. I somethimes use this Raspberry peach champagne jam I bought at Sur La Table. This recipe makes 8 good size muffins.

    Recipe #168545

    This is a classy yet simple soup from France. I have made mussel soup before but this is the best recipe. Make sure you have the freshest mussels!! Serve with a good loaf of crusty bread to soak up all the wonderful broth! To make this into an entrée add 1/2 pound of cooked pasta, such as penne. Add the pasta to the soup just before serving. This is from Mark Bittman.

    Recipe #175190

    This is great to make for holiday gifts. Cooking time is time for the chocolate to chill.

    Recipe #198742

    A little twist on the normal jezebel sauce. It is very addictive. It is also great served with poultry.

    Recipe #151271

    I am posting this for ZWT 2006. This is from a Canadian website. It sounds wonderful, especially with the kiwi! This will make 2 large parfaits or 4 smaller. Or make it in a large glass bowl to share!

    Recipe #173556

    This is from Kraft Kitchens. It was on a Canadian Food Show. Sounds really easy and really good!

    Recipe #173318

    Canadian Recipe from a TV show. Posted for ZWT 2006. Sounds great!! Note: to slice pieces of cheese, warm knife with hot water, wipe dry and slice cheese.

    Recipe #173319

    These are posted for ZWT 2006. Cookin and prep time does not include "standing" time.

    Recipe #172968

    This is from a Taste of Nova Scotia. Sounds delicious! Posted for ZWT 2006

    Recipe #173581

    From Food and Wine magazine. They say that since the baking powder, which lightens the muffins, is activated by moisture, get the batter in the oven immediately. For softer edges, use liners; for crisper edges, use a well-greased, unlined pan. I used 2% milk and they came out great. These are easy to make and delicious!

    Recipe #213306

    This is from our local paper. It sounds yummy!

    Recipe #168456

    This is from our local paper. It is a very nice lunch or light dinner dish.

    Recipe #175911

    If you don't have any popsicle molds you can use 175 gram plastic containers or cups. Cooking time is freezing time. This is kid friendly but kids of all ages enjoy these lol! You can really make these using any canned fruit you like, I have made these using canned pears!

    Recipe #161221

    This is posted for ZWT 2006. It is from A Taste of Nova Scotia

    Recipe #173616

    This is posted for ZWT 2006. It is from A Taste of Nova Scotia. Sounds great!

    Recipe #173580

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