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    A coulis (koo-LEE) is a sauce made by pureeing fresh fruits. This also makes a tasty topping for frozen yogurt or pancakes. From Cooking Light March 2000

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    Martha Stewart Living - October 2010

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    Martha Stewart recipe: November 2010

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    Best banana pudding ever!

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    From Martha Stewart - In this classic gratin, thinly sliced potatoes soak up all the goodness of a milk-and-cream mixture that has been spiked with nutmeg. A sprinkling of grated Gruyere cheese on top becomes gooey in the oven. Using a mandoline creates thin slices, which helps the gratin cook more evenly.

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    French onion dip lends a tangy accent to this cheesy bake.

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    Cool pies completely before covering with plastic and freezing for up to three months. Reheat frozen pies (small or large) in a 375-degree oven for about an hour.

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