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Christmas Goose with Morel/Herb “stuffing” & Blood Orange Gastrique

We challenged readers and listeners to come up with the best Christmas menu this year. Isn’t that more fun than telling you what to make? This goose was the very epitome of savory and the stuffing (made as dressing, separately) was truly outstanding. These are recipes to be filed away for …

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Frey (truly organic) wines for the holidays

Brighten up your holiday table with amazing, completely organic (including the yeast) varietals and blends from Frey Wine. We spoke with one of the family/owners, Katrina about which wines to put on your holiday table and also, how to add fine wines to your favorite recipes. Have a listen to …

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Chocolate! Pots de Creme

I apologize. I really do. This is really unfair, but once you try this Pots de Creme you will be ruined. Nothing will taste this good if you love chocolate. Quick recipe: Before you put a small saucepan on the heat, whisk 3 egg yolks, 4 TB sugar, 1/8 tsp …

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Bodacious Banana Bread

Bodacious Banana Bread. Don’t throw those soft, ripe bananas away! It IS possible to make banana bread without butter or oil and it came out moist and delicious. I had a couple of ripe bananas sitting around, so I threw this together and crossed my fingers. It’s a keeper. Ingredients …

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Mother-in-Law Mojito

Mother-in-Law Mojito. What Cuban/Florida gathering is complete without a rum cocktail. Here’s an easy recipe to keep the in-laws happy while you cook. Ingredients Bag of Limes One bunch of fresh mint White Confectioner’s Sugar Good white rum Plenty of ice Method Muddle 2 or 3 lime wedges with several …

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Cinnamon Raisin Bread Pudding

Cinnamon Raisin Bread Pudding. Yep, there’s a chill in the air, so we are all looking for warm, tasty comfort foods. As a result, I have made it my current mission to write inexpensive recipes with simple methods. That could change. You never know and I’m fickle that way. In …

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