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Deviled Ham & Cheese Sandwich Spread for a Crowd

Deviled Ham & Cheese Sandwich Spread for a Crowd by Salad Foodie

Back in the mid 60's my roommate Joan made this deviled ham sandwich filling and what's different about it than any I've tried since is the addition of shredded cheese. A quick call to Joan recently helped better approximate ingredients and amounts. Save this recipe so you can bring new life to leftover Easter ham! It makes 2 party…

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Nuts for BAKLAVA phyllo pastry .

Nuts for BAKLAVA phyllo pastry . by Foodessa

Snacking on nuts by the park highlighted my desire to try making Baklava my way. Flaky pastry phyllo layered with a nut variation, while sweetened with a light citrus syrup. Don't shy away from making this delight. Although the recipe may seem long and complex, it really is not that difficult. For a detailed post...refer…

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Pumpkin Nut Bread with Streusel Topping

Pumpkin Nut Bread with Streusel Topping by Salad Foodie

The comforting smell of fall and winter is in the air as you bake this crunchy and moist pumpkin spice bread. Make the whole loaf for the family or divide into smaller loaf pans for gifting. I love to have an extra loaf in the freezer for those days you just "need something."

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Fil's super simple Almond Amaretti style cookies

Fil's super simple Almond Amaretti style cookies by Foodessa

Nutty on nuts, especially in cookies. Simplicity and aromatic ingredients turn these cookies from bland to grand. For a dedicated post...refer to: http://www.foodessa.com/2012/06/friendship-and-nut-cookies-amaretti.html

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Chocolate Chip Zucchini Cookies

Chocolate Chip Zucchini Cookies by Salad Foodie

Zucchini cookies much like pumpkin cookies tend to have a cake-like texture rather than crisp or crunchy from the extra moisture of the vegetable. In this recipe the cookies come closer to a crisp/chewy texture through (1) extra draining step of the zucchini and (2) pressing the cookies down on cookie sheet before baking.

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