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This recipe won $400 in a contest for "desserts for a crowd".
I have never made this but I have heard toasting rice makes a more nutty flavor.
Very different from the same old.
You can make these orange slices as a garnish or dessert.
This recipe came from a Woman's Day cookbook.
I like this recipe because it calls for frozen hearts instead of canned.
From Ladies Home Journal's "Breakfast with the Stars". Check out Ivana's recipe too. It's
This is a recipe that was in Ladies' Home Journal. It was in an article called "Breakfast with the Stars". My mother has made this recipe many, many times. In the same article, her then husband Donald Trump submitted Recipe #200144.
This sauce can be made a few days ahead and stored in the fridge. Bring to room temperature before serving. Serve with your Christmas pudding. From Crabtree and Evelyn.
This sauce can be made a few days in advance and stored in the refrigerator. Bring to room temperature before serving. Serve with your Christmas bird. From Crabtree and Evelyn.
This is a wonderful elegant fall appetizer. Serve with assorted crackers. So quick and so easy.
In this recipe a really sweet wine should be used, such as a Muscatel from Italy. It will also work wonders to serve it with the lovely strawberry dessert. found this at scandcook.com!
A Martha recipe!
Refreshing fruit drinks are popular all over Mexico. You can use any fruit you like to flavor it.
A different take on an old classic.
I found this on an Indian site--sounds delish. Very layered.
This sandwich is a no brainer, but thought I would post it anyway. It's perfectly quick.
These are awesome.
I have never made this recipe, but it looks yummy.
No cream cheese in this recipe! This is the real deal.
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