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Anna's Anadama Bread

The cornmeal and molasses are signature ingredients in this traditional New England bread. There are many stories about how it was named. What they all have in common is an angry farmer and his w

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Pineapple Nut Bread

The women of Liberia are excellent bakers. Pineapple nut bread is a favorite there. This bread cuts better on the second day, so plan to make it a day ahead. Slice it thinly and serve with cream

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Sugar Free Coco Nut Fudge Balls

Aging fudge in the freezer for 2 to 3 weeks further enhances the flavor. Make this recipe ahead of time to get the best possible flavor.

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Chocolate Mousse Pudding

Chocolate mousse that tastes like something from a restaurant, with the ease of instant pudding.

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Turkey Divan Muffins

This is a great recipe for leftovers from Thanksgiving. It is an enjoyable way to use up your Thanksgiving turkey when people are tired of leftover sandwiches.

Veal and peppers-a classic Italian duo-here mixed with green peas and served over ...

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Colorful, tasty, and nutritious, this is the ideal pasta salad for a summer picnic...

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If you've never tried abalone before, now is the time. Here, it is quickly simmer...

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The anise flavor in this bread is very strong, perfect for those who are passionat...

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The cornmeal and molasses are signature ingredients in this traditional New Englan...

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This dense bread is made by the biscuit method and the result is a very thick batt...

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Apricots and prunes are paired with creamy yogurt to create a moist and well textu...

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Chinese long life nodles are always fun to use in Asian soups. The vegetables and...

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These tacos are fried crispy, and once put together are simply delicious....

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Green onions and arugula add pepper to this creamy topping....

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