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    The fresh ginger gives this cake a remarkably cooling, bright flavor. It's from Brown Sugar by Joyce White, I'm using the variation that uses cardamom instead of nutmeg. A great summer cake.

    Recipe #457372

    This recipe is slightly modified from the Gourmet Slow Cooker. It takes a little more prep work than the average slow cooker recipe but the results are well worth it.

    Recipe #275063

    This is extremely tangy, slightly sweet and spicy sauce. It's easy to make and very tasty.

    Recipe #274999

    These are great cookies for a holiday party. Festively colored and crunchy.

    Recipe #274935

    I adapted this wonderful fall dessert from the More From Magnolia cookbook.

    Recipe #264549

    The cherries are nice tangy contrast to the sweetness in my favorate chocolate chip cookies.

    Recipe #185475

    A simple and tasty dish.

    Recipe #185357

    This recipe comes from the fabulous Moosewood New Classics cookbook and is a perfect summer treat. The recipe says that the strawberry puree can be kept for up to four days in the refrigerator.I don't actually know--it's never lasted that long.

    Recipe #173543


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