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    If you are a lemon-lover like me, you will love this tart! Thin and elegant, with plenty of fresh lemon flavor. P.S. If you want more filling, feel free to double the recipe; any filling that you don’t use can be spread on toast, fresh biscuits, or scones, and it freezes well. If you use Meyer lemons, reduce the sugar slightly. You will need a 10-inch (24cm) tart pan with removable bottom. Recipe is from Executive Chef Billy Grant, who created a lemon dessert tasting with his pastry chef, Fran Marino, for his Beard House debut, and it has been on his restaurant menu ever since. This tart was paired with a lemon mascarpone mousse and lemon gelato to make it a very lemony affair, indeed. Note: Time does not include overnight chill time for the filling, plus one hour chill time for the Pâte Brisée pastry.

    Recipe #372048

    Here's a simply wonderful yogurt and creme fraiche (or sour cream) based dip with honey and lime! Serve with an assortment of your favorite fresh fruit (such as pineapple, bananas, oranges, kiwis, and grapes)--it's also great with honey grahams or macarons. Enjoy! Tip: Can be made with either lemon or lime yogurt, your choice.

    Recipe #371727

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    Apfelschorle is a simple, refreshing beverage made of equal parts apple juice and carbonated mineral water. Delicious and thirst-quenching! For variation you can mix equal parts Apfelschorle with white wine for a "Weinschorle", with beer for a "Apfel Berliner Weisse", or mix the apple juice with sparkling lemonade for a "Susser Schorle". Garnish with a slice of fresh lemon. Very popular in Germany and Europe.

    Recipe #367587

    Fresh pineapple, grapes, kiwi and strawberries come together in this simply fresh fruit salad. Finish with a squeeze of fresh lemon or lime, and a drizzle of honey, if desired. For a party, would be great served with one of my fruit dips such as recipe #117822, recipe #124472, recipe #454595, or recipe #371727.

    Recipe #366253

    The perfect pasta salad for picnics, potlucks and gatherings. I've made this without the mayo, using the artichoke marinade in it's place, and it was equally fabulous and well received! Best served well chilled.

    Recipe #365342

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    A gorgeous champagne cocktail with honey, orange, and fresh strawberries! Cheers!!! From Bobby Flay.

    Recipe #365144

    An excellent basic recipe for perfect prime rib, every time! -Or-, try an easy variation on the standard Prime Rib with a rub of olive oil, chopped fresh thyme, minced garlic, and freshly grated lemon zest along with a generous dousing of salt and pepper. Gorgeous! Serve Perfect Prime Rib in the au jus style with just the pan drippings, along with the requisite creamed horseradish on the side, plus your favorite potato and veggie dishes. Great paired with my recipe #285458. Here's some helpful info..."Prime Rib 101": Serving holiday prime rib doesn't have to be a chore. It is actually easy, basically put it in the oven and forget about it. The most important step is searing the roast first on top of the stove. This keeps it pink, juicy and tender inside, and it looks more attractive. The perfect temperature for cooking a prime rib is 200 degrees F, although some recipes call for cooking for a shorter time at a higher temperature. Mostly, prime refers to the grade of meat sold to restaurants, customers in grocery stores usually will find "choice", and the cut may go by "rib roast", "eye of rib roast' or "standing rib roast". If it is boneless, it may be called "eye of the rib"; if ribs are still attached, it's a "standing rib". A boneless roast is easier to carve and serve. If the roast has ribs attached, you can ask the butcher to remove the backbone. It's a good idea to order the type and size roast you need in advance. Ask for the more desirable cut: ribs 10 to 12, sometimes called the "loin end", "small end" or "first cut". It is more desirable because it contains the large, single rib eye muscle and is less fatty. Be sure to purchase a roast that will fit in your oven. Usually plan on at least 6 ounces of cooked, trimmed meat per adult. A boneless roast gives about 2 servings per pound, while bone-in provides 1 to 1 1/2 servings. A roast wrapped in transparent film may be refrigerated three to four days or frozen up to two weeks without rewrapping. If the roast is frozen, let it thaw in the refrigerator four to seven hours a pound for a large roast and three to five hours a pound for a small one. Do not defrost at room temperature. Be sure you also have a meat thermometer to test for doneness. Information is courtesy the National Live Stock and Meat Board, and recipe is courtesy cooking teacher Barbara Tenney, by way of the newspaper.

    Recipe #364868

    4 Reviews |  By BecR

    Melt-in-your-mouth baked croissant sandwiches of thinly sliced ham, Swiss cheese, and a delicious buttery Dijon and poppy-seed sauce! Perfect for luncheons or entertaining, or packed into picnic lunches; great served warm, or at room temperature. Use as much ham and cheese as you like! Sandwiches are easily made up in advance and individually wrapped in foil, then refrigerated or frozen (use a freezer bag) for later use. Defrost overnight in the fridge, then bake as directed. Or, if frozen, bake at 300 F for about 1/2 hour until warm. If using mini-rolls, you may place them in a buttered baking dish and bake for the specified amount of time (no need to individually wrap)--I've also microwaved them. Enjoy!

    Recipe #363997

    5 Reviews |  By BecR

    A verrine is a confection, originally from Paris, made by artfully layering ingredients in a small glass, and may be either savory or sweet. Very chic and trendy--this one is served in a shot-glass! Use the larger 2.5 to 3 ounce shotglasses, or use ramekins. Makes about 8 Verrines.

    Recipe #363926

    These warm fried egg and melted cheese quesadillas make a hearty & satisfying breakfast, lunch, or supper. Very popular in my household. I hope you enjoy, too! Serve with assorted sides of sour cream, fresh tomato slices, lime wedges, my Fresh Pico de Gallo (Salsa Fresca) recipe #117811, Guacamole recipe #112059, and/or hot sauce. Add a cup of soup or pinto beans on the side for extra hungry hard workin' cowboys or cowgirls. Recipe may be doubled, tripled or quadrupled, etc. Muy delicioso!

    Recipe #362975

    Rise and shine! Here's a quick and easy hearty breakfast dish, that serves one or two. Delicious! Use ham or crisp crumbled bacon in place of the breakfast sausage links, if desired. Or make yours a vegetarian frittata. Recipe is easily doubled or tripled, to feed more people.

    Recipe #362071

    A modern and lighter version of traditional Scottish Champit Tatties, using light or fat-free sour cream in place of the usual heavy double cream. Easy, one-pan dish! For variation, top with skirlie - oats fried in butter, or crumbled crisp bacon.

    Recipe #361950

    2 Reviews |  By BecR

    Our family favorite Irish soda bread recipe! Cut into wedges and serve warm with fresh butter as a traditional side to hearty Irish fare such as Stew, Cottage or Shepherd's Pie, or Corned Beef Dinner. Also a tasty tea-time snack served with butter and a dab of marmalade or a drizzle of honey, or with a slice of smoked salmon. Enjoy!

    Recipe #361725

    3 Reviews |  By BecR

    Our family favorite version of corned beef dinner for St. Patrick's Day! Great served with Nana's Irish Soda Bread recipe #361725.

    Recipe #361516

    A lovely summertime dessert! Garnish with fresh mint leaves and serve warm with some of the wine-cream sauce. Very good over scoops of French vanilla ice cream...

    Recipe #361023

    2 Reviews |  By BecR

    This is a great quick and easy vegetable side dish to serve with chicken, turkey, or roast ham. Enjoy!

    Recipe #360997

    2 Reviews |  By BecR

    One of my family's favorite holiday ham recipes --perfect for Easter or New Year's celebrations. The glaze is really wonderful-- half gets brushed onto the ham and baked, the remainder gets passed at the table. Enjoy!

    Recipe #360101

    2 Reviews |  By BecR

    Peas & Pearls are a lovely accompaniment to Sunday roast chicken, or to traditional ham or lamb dishes! You may use fresh seasonal petite baby peas and white pearl onions, when available.

    Recipe #359541

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    Very simple with no cheese topping or onions, just potatoes, butter, and cream, with a bit of garlic. Optional - If you add cheese to this dish, it will become a Gratin Savoyard. The recipe originated in the Dauphine, a region of mountains, forests, and pasturelands that lies between the Savoy with its alpine lakes and snowy peaks, and Provence, home to sunshine and lavender. Serve with meat or poultry. Note: Make sure your baking dish is large enough to allow the cream to completely cover the potatoes. Adapted from Williams-Sonoma.

    Recipe #359440

    The Auld Alliance is a series of historic friendship treaties between Scotland and France, first signed in 1295, as well as a traditional cheese and whisky pâté. This is the ORIGINAL simple cheese cream recipe, straight from the historic Overscaig B&B in Sutherland. Delicious served as a cream pâté for the first course, or at the end of a meal as a savoury. From the book "A Feast of Scotland" by Janet Warren. Prep time includes chill time.

    Recipe #357814

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