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Stays moist until the last crumb is consumed, which doesn’t usually take very long.
More a cake than a fruitcake, this winning combination of chocolate and dried cherries will keep...
“This is a dense chocolate cake that our guests rave about! Serve with a dollop of barely sweetened...
The best of both worlds, baked in the same crust. Present while still warm, topped with freshly...
At the Americus Garden Inn Bed & Breakfast, I bake bread or muffins everyday for my guests....
Celebrate the festivities with these chocolate sandwich cookies decked out in patriotic red, white...
Rich and elegantly extravagant.
From the Benjamin Prescott Inn, Jaffrey, NH
A hazelnut shortbread forms the base of these mini-tarts, which are filled with raspberries and...
Like most good fruitcakes, this one will keep for weeks.
From The Covered Bridge House, Glen, NH.
Mrs. Edna M. Lorimer of Haverhill, Massachusetts, won $3—a second-place finish—for these delicious...
The introduction of 24/7 food television in the aughts, and the rise of the celebrity chef, led to...
These delicious cookies are a nod to the current craze for “gourmetified” junk-food classics. In...
This is one of my first creations for my restaurant La Gamella in Madrid. I like it because is...
Packed with fruit this cake will keep for months.
Packed with fruit this cake will keep for months.
A colorful, attractive dessert, similar to cherry pie but not too sweet.
These cookies will appeal to children and adults alike.
This recipe, passed down from my mother-in-law, is both healthy and tasty! Add cranberries or mixed...
Lovely version of an old favorite. Tastes best served warm. Decorate with whole candied cherries,...
everyone in my family loves this, especially on a cold day Submitted by Cindy Sullivan
Sure to lure even the sleepiest heads out of bed in the morning. –Colby Hill Inn, Henniker, New ...
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.
I cannot remember where I picked up this recipe, but I tried it first in 1998, and have used it...
When they are available, use sea clams for this pie. These clams grow to be five to six inches wide...
“The coast of Maine’s rich in clams, one of the best areas being the Pennamaquan River and the...
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...
Colonial seaports received plentiful supplies of raisins, which were used in cooking and as treats...
From Cooking with Coconut Flour. A regular loaf, able to be used for sandwiches – though it says...
“Before freezing soft bars like these, I wrap them individually in plastic wrap. It takes time, but...
From: Eat Fat, Lose Fat. If you have the time to make your own crackers, these will be superior to...
An elegant, tender, fragrant cookie with a lovely not-too-sweet frosting that starts out soft, then...
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...
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.
Extremely rich and undeniably delicious. Serve with a dry white wine and tossed salad. –...
Corn bread is made differently throughout the various parts of New England. This recipe is from...
Superb with chili, Portuguese stews, or chowders.
A moist, chewy corn bread, excellent split and toasted the next day.
Great appetizer. If you like spicy, then add extra jalapeno.

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