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This is a favorite from my childhood.
This delicious combination will be a family and friends favorite.
This recipe is simple and delicious, a perfect holiday standard. To save even more time, use...
A house specialty that unites the subtle flavor of scallops with the sweetness of peaches and a...
Sliced almonds, almond liqueur, and tight cream create a most unusual soup that can be served...
Cure your own bacon or use good commercial bacon such as Niman Ranch or Nueske’s. If you have it,...
The Parmesan makes this unusually tasty.
Mushroom caps filled with a savory mixture if chopped salami, prosciutto, cheese, and herbs – ...
What could be simpler? A few eggs, some old bread, and maple syrup – voila! Yes, French toast. This...
This recipe is inspired by chef Ana Sortun of Oleana restaurant in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her...
From Sugar Less for Life. Note about beans from ‘Country Life’ Cookbook … soak beans, drain and...
Try snap beans, peas, and other vegetables in this stew. By adding them at the end you can preserve...
Zucchini can take the place of eggplant in this dish.
From Sugar Less for Life.
A classic – and very easy to prepare. A fillet is the best cut of beef to use. Flank is cheaper and...
Pass around a small pitcher of sherry and invite your guests to season their servings to taste.
A delicious pasta, right from the pantry.
Try these as a soaked recipe, using buttermilk.
Maine’s governor, like most of us, is concerned about cholesterol, so Phyllis serves a good bit of...
With its distinctively tart yogurt sauce, this is particularly good served with wheat pilaf.
It’ll look as though you spent hours, but in truth it’s really just fancy scrambled eggs folded...
When shopping for endive, choose those that feel heavy in your hand and have tightly compacted ...
A big, hearty dish, perfect when you know everybody has the hungries.
This humble meat dish becomes an appetizer people will be talking about long after the Christmas...
This basic stuffing for a 14- to 18-pound turkey lends itself to many variations.
This recipe may be used for left-over roasts of any kind, rib roast, eye roast, or pot roast.
“Serve with plain white rice that has been cooked with 2 or 3 threads of saffron in it, a plainly...
If broccoli isn’t available, use cauliflower instead.
This stew used to be made with squirrel meat.
This is best made several hours ahead of serving time, for this allows it to “season.” The next day...
The trick to this scrumptious recipe is to be patient with the onions. Cook them slowly on a low...
Cooking substitutes for nuts, noodles, seasoned powder. Fry or Saute; heat the frying pan before...
Sweet waffles are the canvas for this light fish salad. The presentation is visually stunning, and...
Bill Sammons purees this creamy and lightly flavored soup using a conical strainer and a wooden...
For a special treat, use tender baby carrots.
If you prefer a thinner consistency, add some chicken stock, tomato juice, water milk, or a...
“This must be prepared the day ahead in order for the flavors to blend properly. It looks elegant,...
Freezes beautifully and tastes even better the second time around. Experiment with the amounts of...
The origins of this recipe are fodder for a good debate, best over a plate of this corn-and-cheese...
The chicken in these cutlets is tender and moist, and its gentle flavor is not challenged by the...
Often substituted for parsley in French cooking, chervil is easy to grow and its taste is worth the...
Hot or cold, makes an elegant appetizer to a formal dinner. When fresh chestnuts are not available...
Recommended for turkey, chicken, or goose, the recipe makes sufficient to stuff a 15-18 pound bird.
You will savor every mouthful of this elaborate dish. Make it for an anniversary celebration or...
Green pepper and pimiento make this old favorite look very festive and add a little extra zip!...

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