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Cottage Cheese Cake

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This cake works well any time. It looks cool for summer and snowy white for winter holidays.

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Coffee Caramel Custard

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This old Tuscan recipe is like a creme caramel in texture, but it contains no milk or cream. The custard is rich, dark, and dense, though not as heavy as it would be if made with cream. The Itali

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Classic Chocolate Pudding

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No special ingredients are required for this old favorite.

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Famous #1 Cheesecake

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Commonly known as New York's Best Cheesecake, this is really that good. Now you can experience Brooklyn's famous dessert.

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Toffee Apple Slices

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Deep fried to crisp sweetness, these apples are then topped with toffee syrup. A wonderful treat at the end of a busy day.

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When you or a relative has ham for the holidays, ask for the ham bone and add it t...

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Cocoa, chocolate, and heavy cream make this dessert rich, creamy, and flavorful. ...

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Baked potato soup is one of the soups that most comforts the soul.  A creamy brot...

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You can make this gorgeous dessert in just 15 minutes, but you must allow 1 hour f...

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Rich buttermilk adds a rich creaminess to this fudge recipe. Have fun with this r...

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These biscuits can be made thin or heavy. A great addition to any meal....

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Mushrooms and chicken pieces in a rich cream base make an elegant combination to ...

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Cream-style corn adds sweetness and thick, hearty texture to this traditional chi...

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If I had to pick one person in the restaurant business with the most respected and...

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Ever since 1930, when Ruth Wakefield, of the Toll House Inn, discovered that littl...

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