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    9 Reviews |  By I'mPat

    This is a Margaret Fulton recipe and has been a family favourite for nearly 30 years. The original called for walnuts (I have never used) so have made that a footnote in the directions. Serve with whipped cream and/or ice cream. A comfort dessert.

    Recipe #208426

    3 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Four pounds of apples go into this towering pie -- but you don't have to peel a single one. Just slice the fruit and pile it up. Warm caramel sauce drizzled on top provides extra sweetness.

    Recipe #262798

    2 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Another one of Ben and Jerry's released recipes for making at home. Enjoy! Cooking time is however long it takes your ice cream freezer.

    Recipe #245738

    2 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This simple ice makes the most of summers ripe cherries. For great color, use Black Cherries. The 4 hrs cook time is freezing time without an ice cream maker. Don't expect a hard freeze for this ice, it will remain in a semi-hard frozen state. It's delicious as it is :D

    Recipe #241044

    3 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This is a different sort of pie and one that you can use all year long as it uses canned peaches. It's Southern States regional because of the peaches.

    Recipe #229656

    2 Reviews |  By Annacia

    From the Pacific Northwest region. The region is known for great apples. Posted for Zaar World Tour III

    Recipe #228948

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Summer fresh and oh so pretty in red and white. Make this dessert, from Jesus Gonzalez, creative chef at Rancho La Puerta. Then kick back while it chills. From Epicurious.

    Recipe #219598

    6 Reviews |  By Annacia

    A warm and cozy dessert with a decidedly romantic side.

    Recipe #216980

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This fresh apricot filled tart takes on a rustic appearance with a folded-over cornmeal crust. Fresh peaches may also be used.

    Recipe #202857

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    The sugar and spice of crushed gingersnaps form a flavorfull crust for the yams. For Zaar World Tour this is southern states regional.

    Recipe #200375

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This is not really much of a make ahead. The crust can be made up to a max of 1 day ahead and it must then be kept at room temp. If it goes in the fridge it will be ruined. This tart is unusual and very appealing. It will make 8 generous servings and you can get 10 out if it easily.

    Recipe #187388

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Rhubarb is at its best and most tender early in the spring, and that's the time to make delicate rhubarb tarts and cakes. By late summer the rhubarb crop is getting ready to give up the ghost, and what's left is usually fat, somewhat woody, and liable to be tough, unless it's treated right. Rhubarb crumble is the solution for a baker faced with one last basket of rhubarb and no room in the freezer.

    Recipe #172022

    Shortbread cookies are a must to make for the holidays, and these pecan-filled, buttery biscuits are simply irresistible. Be sure to use real butter, not margarine, for best flavor. PLEASE, watch them as they bake. Reviewers are reporting baking times from 12 to 20 mins and I have changed the baking time from the original 30 mins to 15 mins.

    Recipe #334493

    2 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This recipe comes from I found it in a search for the best apple tart on the web and I think this is it! [quote]"Whatever the fruit, its harvest time is our signal that the fruit is at its optimum flavor. Apples are no exception. Although apples do store well, their texture and flavor is still superior when first picked. Please take the opportunity, if you have an apple orchard nearby, to try locally grown varieties. Once you taste a freshly picked apple with good texture and flavor, you will no longer be satisfied with the poor selection we are faced with at our grocery stores. So although this recipe suggests using Granny Smith apples, you can substitute any firm apple that will keep its shape when baked. Some suggestions of locally grown apples that I use are Mutsu Golden, Rome, Stayman Winesap, Jonagold and Jonathan. This tart's flavor will depend on the type of apples used. You may want to try using two or even three different varieties for a more complex flavor. Unlike the American's flaky pie crust that contains shortening, this tart uses the classic European Pate Sucree which is a sweet pastry crust made with butter and an egg. This gives the crust a rich sweet buttery flavor and its cookie like crumb is perfect with fruit desserts. You can, however, make this tart using Pate Brisee or the pre baked pie crust of your choice. Tarts are open faced (no top crust), made in a shallow tart pan that has straight, fluted sides and a removable bottom. Unlike pies that are served directly from the pan they are baked in, tarts are unmolded and served with only their pastry shells as support.[/quote] . This is a recipe for an occasion when only the finest will do.

    Recipe #387870

    Try bringing the fun of caramel apples into your kitchen with this Butterscotch Apple Crisp. Chopped nuts and oatmeal make for a chewy and delicious baked dessert perfect for crisp Fall nights.

    Recipe #387926

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This cinnamon date cake from the Middle East is full of flavor! It's the perfect ending to any meal or excellent alongside a cup of coffee for a afternoon treat. Take this cake to your next get together or special occasion, but be prepared to be asked for the recipe all night!

    Recipe #488747

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Gorgeous, vibrant figs stuffed with buttery rich pistachios. *EDIT: After reading Cookgirl's review I have removed the stated broiling time as all stoves do run at somewhat different temps so just keep your eyes on them for a few mins.

    Recipe #493682

    Pure home style goodness that is perfectly suited for the fall season but will be enjoyed the year round. If you have a food processor use it to slice the apples lickity split.

    Recipe #502518

    Rich in flavor, and a definate crowd pleaser.

    Recipe #463642

    pastry can be either round or rectangle. A great dessert.

    Recipe #463913

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