The World’s Best Waldorf Salad & a little history

The Word’s Best Waldorf Salad The Waldorf salad was first created between 1893 and 1896 at the Waldorf Hotel in New York City (the precursor of the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, which came into being with the merger of the Waldorf with the adjacent Astoria Hotel, opened in 1897). Oscar Tschirky, who was the Waldorf’s maître d’hôtel…

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English Creamed Garden Peas with Red & Purple Potatoes

New red and purple potatoes and peas are treated to a warm, delectable, creamy sauce for this extraordinary, colorful side dish which makes a stunning statement on any table; holiday or everyday. Perfect alongside Easter roasts or ham. Amazingly delicious! Ingredients 2 pounds small red and purple potatoes, quartered 3 cups fresh or frozen peas…

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Creamy Hot Caramel Apple Cider

Taking pleasure in a steaming mug of this creamy calming cider is reminiscent of enjoying a freshly-made, real caramel apple from Grandma’s kitchen! Remember when? Sure to warm the soul on chilly autumn nights. Complete & utter relaxation… I’ve made these amber glowing concoctions on several occasions for the likes of all ages and their…

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Need a Crowd Pleaser? Chocolate Coconut Oatmeal Almond Sweet Cream Pizza

Cookies & Cream…Mmmmm, they just communicate don’t they? They speak loudly of home and the comfort and love found there. This delicious sweet pizza combines all of the components of satisfying, salty, sugary, creamy, delectable crunchiness all in one big charming pie. Plus, it makes a luscious statement for all sorts of gatherings. Share the…

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Zuppa Inglese Mama’s Italian Cream Rum Dessert Cake

Zuppa Inglese is an Italian cream rum cake or dessert that requires no baking. It is wonderfully rich, easy and delicious! And the presentation, in a trifle bowl, is really quite lovely and impressive! My Mama prepared it for special occasions & I have adapted it for modern tastes. I am going against the grain…

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