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    6 Reviews |  By Babzy

    These are really yummy and I make them every year for the Christmas holidays. I especially like them stored in the fridge and eaten cold but they're great at room temp too!

    Recipe #274355

    This is a basic recipe that every cook should know how to make. My family loves this with mashed potatoes and gravy. When all 4 of my kids lived at home I would often roast 3 chicken at a time, so there would be leftovers for chicken pie, sandwiches, or Ceasar Salad. Try different combinations or amounts of the herbs and spices, we tend to like our food highly seasoned.

    Recipe #234424

    This is a very simple and quick French Bread. It has a finer texture and more of a chewy crust than what you get from the bakery. I found this in an Bon Appetite years and years ago. I sometimes make rolls rather than loaves. With this coming together so quickly you can easily make large batches; with two students helping to shape the rolls I've made 6 batches, start to finish in under two hours. Prep time doesn't include rising time.

    Recipe #114709

    I adapted this from a recipe I found online. My family loves zippy, garlicky Caesar dressing and this fits the bill. I use fresh raw egg and have never had a problem. It's best to make the dressing ahead of time and let it meld if you have the time. Excellent with grilled chicken pieces added too. Enjoy!

    Recipe #112568

    This is heaven for all chocoholics! My sister-in-law gave me the recipe in high school over 30 years ago, since then it has become a signature dish. Several of my children's friends request it for their birthdays. Don't let the length of the prep. discourage you. The ring is fast and easy to make. I have made it in heart, candy cane and tree shapes for different occasions. You can also make bite size or full size individual puffs (or anything in between), though the ring is the quickest to make.

    Recipe #112573

    These are a tasty morsel of a muffin, that's great with a cup of coffee or a glass of milk. My preference is to leave out the chips, but my kid's wouldn't have them any other way. The small size brings out the intensity of the vanilla. Use the batter with out the chocolate as a base for a delicious regular sized berry muffin.

    Recipe #138265

    I don't know where I got this recipe, I think I picked it up for my teens to try (I don't like cold coffee). It seems like a good alternative to the high priced drinks at our local coffee stands. When making coffee in the morning, refrigerate the leftovers to make this later in the day.

    Recipe #232918

    This is a simple, elegant chocolate dessert, with a slightly rustic look; it's perfect for dinner parties or any night. It has a wonderful combination of textures from the crust of the torte the moistness of the cake and cherries and the slight crunch from the almonds. We've been known to devour one with another couple as we played pinochle; a slice between hands and soon it would be gone! You can serve it warm (my favorite way) or at room temp. Always serve with real whipped cream.

    Recipe #306924

    An alcoholic version of a Chambord truffle. The cocktail is as smooth as ganache, but not quite so innocent.

    Recipe #374335

    This are delightflul little nuggets with layers of flavor. I slightly adapted a Martha Stewart recipe - like all MS recipe's they tend to be a bit fussy, but the results are worth a little fuss. The original called for unblanched almonds - I don't bother and they always get scarffed up. You can skip the chocolate and cocoa steps for simple spiced almonds, also good, but the whole combination is devine! The secret to this not being to much work is the right cooling rack - you want the type that has bars in both directions (open squares), this allows the excess chocolate to drip down but not the almonds. I used two other types which were major pains in the ... , but I liked the almonds so much I bought new racks! These make great gifts packaged up in pretty cellophane bags. You can double the recipe, but don't do more then that at once it gets a bit unwieldy.

    Recipe #408949


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