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    2 Reviews |  By Annacia

    I have recently become enamored of Frangelico and am finding some marvelous uses for it. This is one of them.

    Recipe #330867

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This is also delicious with Frangelico (or hazelnut extract/flavoring) in place of the Amaretto. Please enjoy.

    Recipe #480197

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Now I ask you what would our world tour be without a Chocolate Creme to sample? Serve this amazingly dreamy dessert in espresso cups. It's easy to make but they'll never know that. Since the explanation about the "mocca" bar was cut short I'll add it here: "and if you can't find a mocha bar melt a good quality milk chocolate bar and mix in 1-1.5 tsps instant coffee dissolved in as small amount of milk as possible"

    Recipe #455743

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This relish is a remarkable union of chunky pears, whole raspberries and fragrant vanilla. The vanilla adds a deep layer of flavor, while it bridges and connects the pears and raspberries. The raspberries are added after the pears have cooked and cooled a bit so they maintain their shape, yet the warmth of the relish is just enough to extract some of their juice to give the dish a lovely rose hue. The raspberry vinegar adds a welcome note of tartness. Bosc pears are best because they hold their shape when cooked. If not available, try Forelle or Anjou, but make sure they are under-ripe. Serve with all types of pork dishes, chicken, duck, hamburgers or turkey burgers. Try it with a rich fish such as salmon or bluefish. It makes a refreshing side dish with meat or poultry sandwiches and it's delicious on yogurt. The relish keeps well for up to two weeks in the refrigerator. Found on www.dididavisfoods.com

    Recipe #459302

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Pork goes brilliantly with fruit. Try it with pears and ginger for something a bit different than the usual pork with apples. Put them all together and in less than 15 minutes you have a fabulous dinner using canned pears.

    Recipe #459306

    6 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Adding crunchy cashews and fresh almonds to broccoli and beans is a really great way of serving these two simple green vegetables. It makes you want to eat them for ever.

    Recipe #427792

    Cooled brewed coffee is combined in the blender with milk, nondairy creamer, caramel topping and ice and blended until smooth. Personal tip, serve in glasses just out of the freezer.

    Recipe #212715

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Tasty, simple and sin free. This is a lovely drink for the warm weather.

    Recipe #222433

    4 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Skinny fast-fry steaks cook up in a snap. Top them with an irresistible mix of garden-ripe tomatoes and creamy blue cheese. From Chatelaine magizine.

    Recipe #277463

    2 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This is best with a fresh peach but it will work with canned peaches.

    Recipe #193970

    8 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Fast, simple and yummy says it all

    Recipe #199900

    Mix it in your bread machine and bake it in your oven. So easy, so tasty, so much fun to make! Prep time is however long your breadmaker takes plus that given below. *EDIT* On Feb 12 -09, I added the pan size option of a 10 inch deep dish pie pan.

    Recipe #179525

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    A very unusual and delicious bread recipe! You could call this a high protein bread. No one can guess that cottage cheese is in this bread. Found on Whatscookingamerica.

    Recipe #457490

    8 Reviews |  By Annacia

    How could you go wrong with this mix?

    Recipe #213059

    2 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This recipe comes from http://www.joyofbaking.com. 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

    There are other salads by the same name posted on Zaar. This one was has been lightened and made more healthy. The lovely colors are ideal for the holidays but it's easy to enjoy year round.

    Recipe #399366

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This is a classic French cookie originating in Normandy France. These cookies are delicious plain, but they can also be flavored with ground nuts or zests and they can even be sandwiched together with jam or preserves, ganache, or lemon curd.

    Recipe #401426

    Want to impress? This will do the job with ease. Time does not allow for marinating.

    Recipe #457488

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Thia is a must try bread that is unique and delicious. So easy with the bread maker.

    Recipe #457491

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    You'll love this easy and delicious recipe.

    Recipe #457492

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