Guest Chef Christmas Cookie Exchange! Dolores’ Butterscotch Gingerbread Cookies

Butterscotch Gingerbread Cookies Here’s a buttery twist to an all-time classic recipe. The addition of brown sugar and butterscotch pudding not only adds a wonderful depth of flavor, but a special softness to the texture as well. Santa will love a taste test after his descent from your chimney top–remember the milk!  The dunk is fantastic!…

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Brie en Croute Featuring Rosemary Cherries Apricots & Toasted Pecans

  Brie en Croute is a round of brie wrapped in puff pastry then baked to a beautiful golden brown. This recipe is filled with tart, yet sweet cherries, astringent apricots, fresh rosemary and slightly salty, crisp toasted pecans. It requires very little work but always proves to be a very impressive appetizer. Start with…

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Pasta alla Carbonara Una Pentola “One Pot” Version & a little history

We all know what pasta embodies, but have you ever wondered what “carbonara” means? Carbonaro means charcoal in Italian, but to this day, the connection to this savory, flavorsome dish remains uncertain. Some food historians believe this pasta may have been popular among charcoal makers working in the Apennine Mountains; or perhaps it is called…

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Incredibly Simple Eggs Benedict with Easy Blender Hollandaise

On this National Eggs Benedict day I offer you a simple Eggs Benedict recipe for beginner’s. You will find yourself using it as you advance to any cooking level…promise! This version of the highly adored (well, I adore it) classic Eggs Benedict recipe is virtually ready in minutes without all of the once feared preparation….

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