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    Demi-glace is traditionally made by combining veal stock and espagnole and then simmering it until reduced by half to make a thick, rich sauce. Due to the considerable effort involved in making the traditional demi-glace, this simple stock reduction is a common substitute. Julia Child referred to this as a "semi-demi-glace".

    Recipe #226603

    Fusilli pasta with raisins, olives, and nuts tossed in a fresh herb white wine dressing. This cool and refreshing salad is perfect for lunch or as a side to dinner.

    Recipe #226589

    Pronounced geh-sten-ye tor-ta. This is a very rich, elegant, chocolate dessert. Chocolate chestnut layer cake, filled with chocolate nut filling, and topped with whipped cream and chestnut purée. A bit involved, but worth it. Perfect for holidays or other special occasions.

    Recipe #225695

    Great make ahead snack or appetizer to keep in the freezer. Take out just the number you need and bake. You can vary the ingredients depending on what you like on your pizza.

    Recipe #224405

    Popular Moroccan pastry. They are stuffed with almond paste and curved into horn-shaped crescents.

    Recipe #224335

    My family loves Recipe #78814, but I've found they don't fit into my diet very well. So this is my lower fat/veggie added adaption of her wonderful recipe. Thanks Kit!

    Recipe #223122

    My family and I absolutely love Karen=^..^='s Recipe #28648, but it doesn't fit into my diet very well, so this is my diet friendly version (lower fat and less refined carbs). This is so easy and yummy. Thanks Karen.

    Recipe #220766

    Cooling time before cake can be frosted is included in the cooking time.

    Recipe #220627

    A holiday tradition and a nice change from drinking coffee.

    Recipe #220203

    I don't know why it's called pie. A bit like Boston cream pie, this is actually a layer cake. The layers are soaked with wine, a rich vanilla custard is spread bewteen the layers, and the whole thing is topped with meringue.

    Recipe #220196

    Juicy, summer tomatoes and fresh herbs are great for topping crusty, peasant bread. This is an excellent appetizer, or accompaniment to pasta or chicken. The cook time is really chill time.

    Recipe #220001

    Meat and rice rolled up in cabbage leaves. Easy and yummy. High in Iron and Vitamins A, B, & C. Goes great with pierogi.

    Recipe #219411

    A South Louisianna favorite. For the most part tourists can't stand it and locals can't live without it, but one thing's for sure: this WILL wake you up in the morning. Traditionally made in a French Drip pot, called a biggin, but a modern electric coffee maker works just fine.

    Recipe #218847

    Traditional Hungarian Christmas cookies or just nice for breakfast in the morning with coffee. The filling can also be used for kolach. These are very good, but fairly labor intensive. We usually make these over two days, making the dough up the first day and refrigerating overnight, then assembling and baking the next day. We also usually have one person roll them out while 2 or 3 people finish assembling them, so it goes much faster.

    Recipe #218695

    I found this recipe years ago and it's still one of DH's favorite dishes and it's very easy to make.

    Recipe #218276

    Ground beef soup with tomatoes and potatoes. Doubles easily for a crowd. Serve with rice or bread.

    Recipe #217447

    A dessert sauce made with white wine, orange juice, and vanilla. Good served over fruit or ice cream.

    Recipe #216570

    Chicken marinated and then steamed with Chinese sausage and mushrooms. Delicious and easy. Serve with steamed rice.

    Recipe #214984

    A unique coffee dessert. Bombes are another form of ice-cream, made with the addition of whipped cream. The directions are for hand-freezing, but it could easily be made in an electric ice-cream maker according to the manufacturer's instructions. Cooking time is freezing time.

    Recipe #214972

    Gumbo with chicken, celery, and onions.

    Recipe #214108

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