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Member Since: Dec 24, 2013


Last Posted Recipe: Aug 14, 2017

Warming Mulled Wine

Warming Mulled Wine or Cider In The Slow Cooker

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The Garlic Bread Lasagna Jaffle

The Garlic Bread Lasagna Jaffle

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Medlar Tarts

Medlar Tarts & The Mysterious Medieval Fruit

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Curried Pumpkin - Corn Soup

The Simplest Curried Pumpkin & Corn Soup

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5 Minute Quiche in A Mug

The 5 Minute Quiche in A Mug

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Bacon Pecan Turtle Candy

Bacon Pecan Turtle Candy

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Breakfast Baked Egg Souffle

The "Wife Saver" Breakfast Baked Egg Souffle!

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Haggis

How To Make A Traditional Haggis From Scratch (Yes With the Sheep's Stomach and All)

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Luscious Daube Beef Cheeks

Luscious Daube Beef Cheeks in the Slow Cooker

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Sweet Potato Latte

A sweet potato latte? It may sound strange but once you take a sip of this delicious and warming drink which is a mixture of milk, sweet potato and maple syrup you may change your mind. This drink is popular in Korea where it is called Goguma latte.

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Breakfast Potatoes and Eggs

Breakfast Potatoes and Eggs If anyone asked me what my perfect breakfast is - this is it. Fried potatoes, onions, peppers, cheddar cheese and eggs.

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Cauliflower Cheese - Bacon Sandwich

The Ultimate Cauliflower Cheese & Bacon Toasted Sandwich

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Baba Ghanoush and Pita Bread

Made From Scratch: Baba Ghanoush and Pita Bread

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Breakfast Cranachan

Breakfast (or Regular) Cranachan

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Eclairs

Teatime in Paris and an easy recipe for Eclairs

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The Easiest Three Ingredient Bread

The Easiest Three Ingredient Pineapple, Peach & Mango Bread

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Beef in Black Bean Sauce

What food do you turn to most often? For me, it's Chinese food whenever I am in need of something tasty or reminding me of childhood. Here my mother shares her recipe for Beef in Black Bean Sauce. This Chinese restaurant classic is easier to make than you would think with the whole production taking less than half an hour!

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Ribollita Tuscan Soup Stew

A hearty Tuscan soup closer to a stew, Ribollita, meaning "reboiled" makes use of leftover vegetable soup and transforms it into a delicious, comforting bowl of warmth. It's an economical dish with peasant origins that is easy to make.

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Brussels Sprout, Grated Egg Salad

Brussels Sprout, Grated Egg, Red Onion & Bacon Salad

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Moroccan Inspired Lamb Stew

It’s freezer cleaning out time and I found two lamb sirloins in there. When they were defrosted, I started out to make harira which is a soup but halfway through I decided to stop following a recipe and go out on my own and make this Moroccan inspired lamb stew instead.

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White Chocolate No-Bake Cheesecake

This is the next best thing to baked cheesecake. It's sweet and tangy and delicious. White Chocolate No-Bake Cheesecake

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Quince - Apple Golden Syrup Pudding

Luscious Quince & Apple Golden Syrup Self Saucing Pudding

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Dump Bar Blondies

Dump Bar Blondies. Sometimes you need to treat yourself to a blondie.

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Salt Beef Brisket

This meltingly soft beef brisket is absolutely worth the wait. It takes 10 days to make a tough beef brisket into a beautifully soft and tender meat. In fact I suggest that 10 days after you start it, invite your best friends over for lunch to have some of the best sandwiches they will ever have. This is a rewardingly easy but delicious project.

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Quiche Maraichère

This Quiche Maraichère recipe by Dorie Greenspan is anything but ordinary. Its rich buttery crust amply filled with market vegetables is simply sublime.

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Visitandine Strawberry Shortcakes

Trevor of Sis Boom Blog offers up haikus to tribute this week's French Friday with Dorie Greenspan treat: Visitandine Strawberry Shortcakes

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Two-Tier Chocolate Birthday Cake

I made this cake for my mother-in-law's birthday and she loved it. The whole family thought it was a great cake to celebrate an 89th birthday with.

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Chopped Liver & Onions

Despite knowing nothing of chopped liver and onions at all and despite my complete childhood distaste for liver, I really do like it prepared this way now.

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Floating Island (“île flottante”)

Once you get the easy basics of this Floating Islands down I encourage you to adapt it to make your own. I do it with a splash of bourbon. What will you do?

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Avocado Pops

These avocado pops (or palletas) adapted from Fany Gerson's recipe are a perfect summer afternoon snack. A bit of cayenne pepper actually cools you further.

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Salted Caramel Ice Cream Profiterole

It was when I was drifting about in my daydreams that I thought that I could make something delicious using the caramels and profiteroles.

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Gin Rickey Maurin Cocktail

I picked up a bottle of Maurin Quina at the store when I saw its devilish green label stare back at me from the shelf. How could I resist it? I knew that the "quina" part in its moniker comes from same quinine notes that tonic comes from so I knew it would be a natural for gin.

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Iced Caffe Latte

Barista quality Iced Caffe Latte is easily made at home if you remember to save up some espresso in the refrigerator. My Bad Influence showed me how.

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Boeuf à la Ficelle (Beef on a String)

Boeuf à la Ficelle wouldn't be half as fun were it not for the chance to bring out your kitchen twine and truss up that filet mignon before poaching.

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Fudgy Cherry Port Brownies

Will you just look at these? I am feel like I am selling out several of my strongly held principles this minute by posting a Fudgy Cherry Port Brownies post on Valentines Day. Why in god's name am I doing this when my personal disdain for the day is rather well known?

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Paris Brest Pastry

These creamy sweet desserts such as eclairs and other puffed dough balls filled with whipped cream have never been a particular favorite of mine. They remind me of overconfident Frenchmen who are obnoxious yet still win you over with their charm.

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