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A luxurious dish for a fancy gathering. –The Four Chimney’s Inn, Nanatucket, Massachusetts
Whether you call them ceci beans, chickpeas, or garbanzos, these beans are tasty and good for you...
Good with fruit salads.
Perfect with brunch or lunch on a sultry summer’s day. –Edencroft Manor, Littleton, New Hampshire...
“We serve this at our special Holidays Evening, just before Christmas. The ball tastes better made...
This recipe came from one of my freinds, in Prineville, Oregon. This is a wonderful way to start...
Serve small balls with wooden toothpicks; place large ball on a platter and surround it with...
Easy to make and wonderfully versatile. Try it with any type of fruit pie filling or with fresh or...
If cherries aren’t in season when you feel like cherry soup, here is a quick good recipe that uses...
Blue cheese in a chicken salad? Well, why not! This tasty combination of flavors makes a delicious...
A light yet satisfying dish: A three-pound bird should yield plenty of meat, while the apple and...
A hot-day soup.
The buttermilk in this soup gives it a particularly pleasing and tangy flavor.
A refreshing start to any summer meal. Creamy-smooth texture with an appealing color. Any seasonal...
The Bombdiggity!!!
These are great for Thanksgiving and Christmas. This is one of my own recipe ideas. They taste...
So easy, and so good. Make the dessert the day before serving, so it has time to chill.
The best French chef we ever worked with gave us this recipe.
We could be wrong, but we can’t remember ever serving this cake and not being asked for the recipe...
“This dessert recipe has been The Bernerhof’s most frequently requested. It requires no cooking, is...
Folding the egg whites in at the end makes this well-flavored eggnog frothy and light and just a...
This punch is not only pretty – especially welcome for a holiday party – but flavorful as well. A...
A co-worker brought this dish at a Christmas dinner. It is very simple to prepare and oh so sinful!
This was inspired by a little cafe back home in Louisville, KY. Just in time for family reunions...
The Dutch introduced coleslaw to America. Cabbage is the essential ingredient, and the Dutch...
Tartar sauce, the necessary accompaniment to fried fish and shellfish, is also delicious with...
You can buy dips that sound very much like this. one, but why not put it together yourself and save...
“Of all the things that we serve as a cocktail snack, this is by far the favorite and the recipe...
This quintessential summer soup has been a tradition in Spain for centuries. With all of the fresh...
Calorie counters and health food devotees go to cocktail parties too, and they will appreciate...
“It has been claimed that this soup is an aphrodisiac. Not so. It is merely fattening.” –...
Don’t take the easy way out – with mayonnaise alone. Your slaw deserves something special – and...
For those who prefer their coleslaw in slightly smaller quantities, here’s a tasty alternative from...
Maple syrup gives this easy tangy slaw a slightly sweet lift.
Calendula petals are edible, their flavor described by some as peppery or spicy. They are often...
A colorful, sweet salad that can be served either hot or cold. It gets better the longer it...
The Abbruzeses use V-One Vodka, a small-batch spirit made by western-Massachusetts local Paul Kozub...
Low in calories, high in nourishment – make it now, serve it later. Most attractive to look at and...
This simple and tasty appetizer is best with an unsalted cracker. –The Woodbox Inn, Nantucket, ...
Very New England. Has everything a salad should have – including lots of eye-appeal.
Goes well with ham, as well as with chicken and turkey.
This colorful salad simply sparkles on a buffet table!
As long as your cranberry sauce is firm and doesn’t have too many spicy ingredients, your favorite...
Chill all the ingredients before making this festive punch. If you prefer, use unsweetened...
A forerunner of molded cranberry jelly.
Unmold onto a bed of lettuce leaves, and swirl a dressing of half mayonnaise and half sour cream...

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