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    Decadent main course or elegant appetizer for gourmet Italian or a steak night. If you really want to indulge, go for white truffles! Use white pepper for a cleaner presentation-especially if using white truffles. Economic variation using truffle oil (try any or all of the following options): Drain the pasta and coat with truffle oil before adding the sauce; saute chicken or another additional ingredient in truffle oil; and/or substitute butter with truffle oil. Slicing truffles: the thickness of the truffles greatly alters the flavour of the recipe. The average crowd pleaser is just thicker than paper thin. If paper thin, this will add a very delicate flavour (which you might find favourable if you're serving as an appetizer or side dish), so adjust spices according. Thicker shavings will have a very robust flavouring which is good for a main course or if you are adding any meats to the dish (try prosciutto, roasted chicken, or lobster), however you may want to limit the salt content to avoid making the flavour too savory. Serving a truffle dish: some foodies prefer to hold the truffles until service. Shave truffles as you serve each dish. In this case, shave the truffles very thinly. If using this method, you may want to add some truffle oil to the dish itself to ensure that the entirety of the dish is at least aromatic for those bites that may not catch a truffle shaving. Rescue: if the dish turns out with the flavour too heavy or too savoury, try adding a dash of sugar...works like a charm for me! (Experiment with a small separated portion first to make sure this is an effective cure.) Or toss in a small handful of pulled chicken pieces. May also be served cold.

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    Recipe #441066

    Cookies that taste like holiday biscottis!

    Recipe #415946

    Requires 1 hr 45 min rise time Fragrant bread for savory-sweet breakfast (serve with cream cheese or cream cheese flavoured icing as dip like a pretzel) or serve with a meal. Cardamom Butter: In a medium bowl, combine 1 cup butter, softened; 2 tablespoons powdered sugar; 3/4 teaspoon ground cardamom; 3/4 teaspoon finely shredded orange peel and 1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg. Mix well with a spoon to combine. Makes 1 cup.

    Recipe #415945

    Allow 1 hr chill time in addition to cook/prep time. Make-Ahead Tip: Cool the baked pastries, then wrap and freeze up to 1 month. To serve, place frozen pastries on an ungreased baking sheet. Bake, uncovered, in a 350 degree F oven for 20 minutes or until heated through. Note: if fresh morels aren't available, substitute 1 1/2-ounces dried morel or porcini mushrooms. In a small bowl, cover the dried mushrooms with hot water. Let stand for 20 minutes. Rinse under warm running water; squeeze out excess moisture. Slice the mushrooms.

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    Recipe #415941

    serve the grilled fish with some rice pilaf and asparagus spears, if you like. Make ahead and serve chilled over a bed of lettuce for great entree salad.

    Recipe #415940

    Reuben sandwich in a soup! Make rye croutons by baking pieces of rye bread for 10 min at 350F.

    Recipe #415939

    Scented sugar must be made a day in advance. Mix and match using which flowers for base of pan and which ones for making scented sugar! For flowers blossoms: (Double quantity for uniform flavor, quantity as follows is for mix-n-match flavors, i.e. for coating pan or for scented sugar) rose petals are usually easiest to find....but for a gourmet option use.. 24 freshly-picked scented geranium blossoms (such as rose, lemon, mint, apple, or nutmeg), or 1-1/2 tablespoons snipped fresh anise hyssop blossoms, licorice basil, lemon thyme, or nasturtium blossoms

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    Recipe #415937

    Cake can be made up to 3 days in advance. Keep refrigerated.

    Recipe #415936

    Great for a ladies' brunch or luncheon or just a breakfast/dessert! Sprinkle with edible flowers! (For a broader gender audience, add a cinnammon stick, pecans, chunks of gingerbread snaps for garnish instead. Can be iced with cream cheese or pecan flavoured icing...see some of my icing recipes! Allow about an hour for cooling time.

    Recipe #415934

    Yummy icing! Add extra powered sugar to make thicker icing that will "dry" for drizzling or for topping scones.

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    Recipe #415932

    Allow to sit for 30 minutes before serving. If necessary, refrigerate one filled cake pan while baking the other two cake layers.

    Recipe #415931

    This cake makes a great morning coffee cake. If serving it in the morning, make it the day before. Wrap and store the cooled cake overnight for easier slicing. If serving straight away, allow 15 minutes cooling time. Note: Use canned potatoes for an easy prep or for 2 cups mashed, plain sweet potatoes, peel 1 pound sweet potatoes. Cut into 2- to 3-inch pieces. Cook potato pieces, covered, in enough boiling water to cover for 20 to 25 minutes or until potatoes are tender. Drain well. Mash with a potato masher or beat with an electric mixer until smooth.

    Recipe #415930

    Easy way to savvy up yellow cake mix!

    Recipe #415929

    Great twist on cream cheese icing! Yummy way to ice a traditional cake, cupcake, or scone (use more powdered sugar so that it dries)!

    Recipe #415928

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