Valentine Sweetheart Cookies~The Misfit Baker

With Valentine’s Day approaching, I was trying to think of something fun, and pretty, and heart shaped to share with you. Eventually I decided on these, an adaptation of a favourite cookie I make at Christmas. via Valentine Sweetheart Cookies — The Misfit Baker

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Cheesy Bacon Jam Chicken ~TastefullySimpleWithJohn

Love, love, love this one. We have a GREAT new product in our fall/winter line and it’s Bacon Pepper Jam. This thing is off the hook. I’ve served it warned with cream cheese, as sloppy Joes, meatloaf, and now I’m going to do it with chicken. It works so week because it has a wonderful […]…

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Mini Victoria Sponge Cakes — MyYellowApron

I just got back from Europe and I want to share a favorite dessert that I sampled in London – non stop – Victoria Sponge Cake. See more pictures of London and read about my trip here – LONDON – Grey Skies and Red Buses Almost everywhere in London – Bakeries, Tea places and Cafes,…

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Dutch Baby: The Eggsellent, Super Easy, Delectable, Dutch Delight

This Pennsylvania Dutch cross between custard, pancake and semi-sweet popover is puffy and roundish on the the outside and flat in the center offering the perfect nest for sliced fresh fruit, jam, preserves, apple butter or a combination. This “baby” is airy, light and makes a beautiful presentation with a little added whipped cream. The…

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Monte Cristo: Not Your Ordinary French Sandwich

What to do with all of those Easter leftovers? My suggestion are sandwiches, but let’s make this one memorably delicious. Monte Cristo? Yes! Let’s turn French toast into a sandwich to remember, shall we? People have strong opinions about the Monte Cristo sandwich, a double­decker of Swiss cheese, ham, and chicken or turkey, battered, fried,…

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Scones; Fit for Royalty & Not Just a Plain Old Biscuit

Ahhhh, Lovely Scones! Biscuits, as we American’s know them, but sweet and light with a crisp exterior and soft, flaky interior—quite enjoyable. These buttery, mouth-watering delicacies can be eaten alone or, more traditionally, served with tea, jam and clotted cream, just as the British. Scones have gone through centuries of ovens, the first declaration in…

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