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Who says muffins have to be sweet? Inspired by the savory scones that have become ubi­quitous in...
Serve halves in individual bowls, or scoop out cooked squash and mound into single serving bowl.
A very easy pie to make that will keep a month in the freezer.
This is excellent for special breakfasts or brunch, although it has become an everyday favorite in...
Fresh herbs and shallot blended with feta cheese make a wonderful filling for the meaty bottom...
This simple method of preparing asparagus requires no fuss and produces asparagus with excellent...
If practice does make perfect, then the baked beans that Hildur has made thousands of times must be...
Here’s another baked beans recipe for those who like their food more spicy. This recipe comes from...
A lot of people prefer these to Boston Baked because they’re not as sweet. Or maybe it’s the rumr
Baked fish fillets drizzled with garlic-and-dill-flavored butter. Garnish with thin slices of lemon...
Cornmeal in this light-brown bread gives it an unusual “crunch.” Sereve cold with cream cheese.
This recipe is similar to the preceding one but can be whipped up at an hour’s notice.
These are even more delicious than French-fried potatoes.
Bread stuffings for clams are usually dry and stodgy. The potato in these baked clams makes them...
A very filling meal.
Onions, chives, and cheese enliven this elegant dish, which appeals to all ages. Serve it with...
Fennel halves, slowly baked in wine, receive a final flourish of Parmesan cheese and buttered bread...
Good with any type of catch. (Fresh or salt water).
Like Lena’s other fish recipes, this one is designed to be attractive and aromatic, as well as ...
In which you turn a very ordinary banana into a very glamorous dessert.
Kerry makes her own pepper jelly (available at the winery store) using fresh Pinot Noir juice and...
From Snowvillage Inn, North Conway, NH.
“New England Indian Pudding should be soft. For finest favor use the best dark molasses.”
Every bit as good as Roman Scampi but easier to make. (You don’t need to watch it so carefully.)
A reliable old favorite good served with beef, lamb, or ham, hot or cold or as a buffet dish. If...
Once the oysters are shucked and cleaned, this is an easy recipe – and a deliciously elegant one....
Served this way, they generally evoke a smile rather than a frown.
Serve in small bowls or rolled up in thin pancakes.
Especially good with ham and perhaps a spinach salad - but could also be dessert, topped with...
The Parmesan makes this unusually tasty.
This is a good versatile dish, very flavorable and different.
Turban, Hubbard, and Butternut Squash are all traditional.
Chopped fresh mint combined with garlic makes an aromatic stuffing to intersperse between artichoke...
“When I cooked at the inn, this was my specialty. My family likes a wet stuffing, so that’s how I...
Bertha uses the tomalley, or liver; of the lobster (what people call “the green stuff”) to help...
Mushroom caps filled with a savory mixture if chopped salami, prosciutto, cheese, and herbs – ...
A tasty way to serve a less-than-prime cut of meat. Also works well with venison and lamb. Let meat...
Hot from the oven, these will complement any soup or stew. Cut biscuits with heart-shaped cookie...
The dill and smoked pig’s hocks give this crowd-pleasing main dish a distinctive flavor. Be sure to...
One of my excellent recipes.
This recipe has been tinkered with since I got married 18 years ago. My husband wanted a bread that...
So good that it’s worth letting your bananas go mushy on purpose.
Just like Grandma used to make–because it’s her recipe! Enjoy!
This banana bread is healthier because it does not require butter or shortening.
It’s hard to beat this bread for rich banana flavor. Tammy Reiss, Moore, Oklahoma—Oklahoma State...
Prep Time: varies Cook Time: 1 hour 15 min. Servings 8 Original Recipe Yield 1 loaf Ingredients...

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