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    If you're looking to impress someone, you couldn't do it better...and or easier. Just be careful that you don't overcook the chicken.

    Recipe #4172

    Here's a favorite recipe. This was published in the LA Times and I tried it right away. Yes, the recipe looked good, but the taste....wow! My daughter, who doesn't like salmon, not only loved this, but she begged me to make it again.

    Recipe #4061

    This is from the hangtag on a bottle of Urbani white truffle oil.

    Recipe #4027

    Recipe #1825

    My mother and father-in-law had these in a little bakery on their honeymoon 50 years ago.

    Recipe #1824

    Good friend Nancy Dooley shared this with me, and it's become a family favorite...especially good for fall and winter, but we eat it year round.

    Recipe #691

    My good friend Sharon Stein shared this recipe with me a while back. I knew by looking at it how wonderful it would be. The original recipe called for a cornstarch-thickened caramel sauce, but I usually change it to reflect a true caramel sauce, as well as substituting blueberries for the raisins...exquisite!

    Recipe #666

    These make the lightest, fluffiest scones you've ever had...I guarantee it!

    Recipe #116


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