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    From the French Slow Cooker by Michele Scicolone

    Recipe #496049

    Ted Allen's In My Kitchen

    Recipe #480829

    From A Southerly Course by Martha goose Hall

    Recipe #476550

    From Desserts From the Loveless Cafe. To make the partially baked pie shell: line with parchment paper and filled with dried beans or pie weights in a preheated 325-degree oven 18 to 20 minutes, until dry but not browned, then cooled.

    Recipe #466138

    From The Steamy Kitchen Cookbook by Jaden Hair

    Recipe #452539

    From Dinner at My Place. I know the chicken and apple sausage sounds weird but try to find it. It makes unbelievably good meatballs!

    Recipe #445250

    Recipe #444622

    From Sunset Magazine

    Recipe #442352

    From Ina Garten's How Easy Is That cookbook

    Recipe #442328

    From the Art of the Slow Cooker by Andrew Schloss

    Recipe #437487

    Found this recipe in a Southern Living Cookbook. It is a bit different from the usual recipes in that it uses both baking and sweet potatoes and also gruyere cheese. Posting here for safekeeping; I haven't tried it yet but it looks delicious.

    Recipe #436948

    Recipe #426437

    from Baked: New Frontiers in Baking by Matt Lewis and Renato Poliafito

    Recipe #426435

    Adapted from The Essence of Chocolate by Robert Steinberg and John Scharffenberger; Contributed by Heidi Friedlander. Baked in mugs or cups and dolloped with whipped cream, trompe l'oeil baked hot chocolate is Cleveland restaraunt Moxie's signature dessert. The top layer is crisp, the center resembles a glossy chocolate pudding, and the bottom layer is the thickest a hot chocolate can be without forfeiting the name.

    Recipe #425583

    Recipe Source: Baked NYC. Baked Note: A great brownie is easy to make, but you have to be aware of several factors. 1. Use a dark cocoa powder, like Valrhona. A pale, light-colored cocoa does not have enough depth. 2. Make sure your eggs are room temperature and do not overbeat them into the batter, and 3. Make sure you check your brownies often while baking. Once the brownies have been overbaked slightly, they have reached the point of no return.

    Recipe #425579

    Got this one from the Food Network website.

    Recipe #417104

    Adapted from Real Cajun by Donald Link

    Recipe #415168

    From Big Sky Cooking. Will keep for several months in the refrigerator.

    Recipe #390977

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