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    When looking for recipes for pizza chena, you'll find that many use the term interchangeably with pizza rustica, meaning "rustic pie." Both are traditional Easter savory meat and cheese pies that can be made with either a pastry or bread dough crust. Pizza chena, mispronounced by some Italian-Americans as "pizza gaina," seems like an appropriate name since when you eat it you "gain-a" lot of weight. Pizza chena is a Neapolitan dialect term meaning "full pie," a massive, two-crusted savory pie filled with Italian meats, cheeses and eggs.Though traditionally associated with Easter, pizza chena can be enjoyed any time of the year. Given its versatility of ingredients and large size, it makes a great party dish that can be made ahead of time then served at room temperature. This recipe requires beginning at least a few hours in advance. You can make your own dough or cheat and use store bought prepared pie crusts.

    Recipe #370487

    My cousin Marleen makes these wonderfully, simple cookies! Beware...they are addicting! "Bet you can't eat just one"!

    Recipe #362464

    No celebration is complete without a Champagne toast. Learn about Champagne, other sparkling wines, and how to serve them. Champagne by itself is wonderful, but add a splash of nectar/juice or fresh raspberries and the flavor is enhanced.

    Recipe #360805

    Steaming in a can beneath the chicken, wine infuses the meat with delicious flavors.

    Recipe #350004

    This is a nice dessert for Christmas with its red & green fruit, but it can be enjoyed anytime of the year. I have made this using white chocolate or cheesecake instant pudding. Both equally good.

    Recipe #275588

    An adult drink for the winter season! Enjoy!

    Recipe #266027

    Recipe #262592

    i find this helpful when I cook the annual bird. This is from the National Turkey Federation.

    Recipe #262564

    This recipe is from Yankee Magazine. In New England where maple syrup is "the other fine wine", this recipe is simple with a silky texture.

    Recipe #251962

    I have made this many times and love it! A good old fashioned meatloaf. Great the next day for sandwiches.

    Recipe #243918

    This is good, general information for brewing and serving tea.

    Recipe #235643

    This can be served with Recipe #232502.

    Recipe #234635

    This comes from one of my favorite chefs, Ina Garten, The Barefoot Contessa. This is the only way I like brussels sprouts. I add a little chopped garlic to this recipe!

    Recipe #234574

    I recently had the pleasure of visiting The Empress Hotel in Victoria, BC where they have a lovely tea room. This is one of the recipes used over the years at their Afternoon Tea.

    Recipe #234545

    These are quick and colorful. Use plain, whole wheat, or colorful spinach, herbed, or sun-dried tomato tortillas to wrap up your favorite meat and cheese. Be creative!

    Recipe #233354

    We just returned from Alaska and we were fortunate enough to take a float plane to the Taku Glacier Lodge in Juneau. Salmon is grilled over an open alderwood fire and served with this recipe for dessert. Check out my other recipes from the Taku Glacier Lodge. Here is the link for the float plane trip to the Taku Glacier Lodge: www.wingsairways.com

    Recipe #231798

    We just returned from Alaska and we were fortunate enough to take a float plane to the Taku Glacier Lodge in Juneau. Salmon is grilled over an open alderwood fire and basted with this recipe. Check out my other recipes from the Taku Glacier Lodge. Here is the link for the float plane trip to the Taku Glacier Lodge: www.wingsairways.com

    Recipe #231766

    We just returned from Alaska and we were fortunate enough to take a float plane to the Taku Glacier Lodge in Juneau. Salmon is grilled over an open alderwood fire and served with this recipe. Check out my other recipes from the Taku Glacier Lodge. Here is the link for the float plane trip to the Taku Glacier Lodge: www.wingsairways.com

    Recipe #231707

    This may be helpful for those who are not familiar with how to cook a lobster.

    Recipe #227841

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