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From Darby Field Inn. Created by Chef/Baker Waneeta Marquis
“We like to serve this warm for that freshly baked taste. Pineapple chunks and raisins also taste...
Light cookies to pass around the table after a big holiday meal.
Orange and spice flavors combine perfectly in this luscious dessert. The gingersnap crust can be...
Creme brulee is a classic egg custard that’s delicately crunchy on top and smooth and creamy below...
For many of the cookies pictured here, we used “paint” made from edible powdered colors. These can...
These yummy sugar cookies are perfect for decorating!  Whether its the Christmas holidays, Easter,...
Use well-greased peg-type wooden clothespins as a mold for these delicate cookie tubes. You may...
Colonial seaports received plentiful supplies of raisins, which were used in cooking and as treats...
“Before freezing soft bars like these, I wrap them individually in plastic wrap. It takes time, but...
An elegant, tender, fragrant cookie with a lovely not-too-sweet frosting that starts out soft, then...
The coconut adds a distinctive flavor to these delicious morsels.
Baker Jean Camden advises to be sure and use the dark- and light-brown sugars as directed to get...
Rich with almonds and coconut, this three-layer cake is so wonderfully moist and flavorful, even...
Rich with almonds and coconut and incredibly moist, this three-layer cake is a true show-stopper...
Jeanne Lemlin’s recipes have been noted as bold and gutsy. Where else can you get a chocolate and...
Sponge cakes are a late-18th-/early-19th-century creation, achieving a light texture through...
Is there anyone “with soul so dead” who doesn’t love the mixture of chocolate and raspberryr This...
A different kind of brownie.
If you like soft chocolate-chip cookies, you probably like blondies and Congo bars even better,...
Packaged marshmallows can not compare with these heavenly sweet pillows. Try using different...
This was the favorite custard pie of the late President Coolidge.
Even if the corn is only knee-high, you can still enjoy these soft cornmeal butter cookies with a...
A nice, old-fashioned dessert that is good served a little warm.
Here’s a real, old-fashioned dish that your family will like just as much as ours does. Try to use...
The old saying, “The sauce makes the pudding,” is true in this case. The cake is on the dry side;...
For a festive touch, omit the chocolate chips and substitute 1 cup of white chocolate chips and 1...
“Baked fudge” pretty well sums up the richness of this flourless cake. –The Craftsbury Inn,...
This cake’s pale pink hue makes it a welcome addition to any holiday table. Substitute homegrown or...
Cranberries give this cake a bright, festive color. Serve it plain or topped with whipped cream.
Cranberries give this cake a bright, festive color. Serve it plain or topped with whipped cream.
I was given this recipe by my sister-in-law about 5 years ago, and having tasted it once, included...
The tart, dried version of fall’s “bouncing bog berry” is the perfect counterpoint to sweet...
Chef Jean-Louis Gerin took old-fashioned cranberry sauce, reworked it, and sent it to the end of...
Good with breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
As long as your cranberry sauce is firm and doesn’t have too many spicy ingredients, your favorite...
Tart cranberries balance the sweetness of traditional pecan pie. The result is unusual, memorable...

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