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24 Cookies Holiday Baking Season 2010

24 Cookies Holiday Baking Season 2010 by Claudia lamascolo

Here is a collection of cookies, 24 made for this 2010 Holiday Season. For recipes please click on the below link or copy and paste into your address bar.. happy baking and have a fabulous Holiday Season! Something for everyone here!

11 votes
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Mona of Easter (sweet bread of Easter in Valencia-Spain )

Mona of Easter (sweet bread of Easter in Valencia-Spain ) by chefgonin

At Easter, the sweet traditional is la Mona, a sweet bread with a boiled egg that gives to the godchildren. Do you know the history of the Mona?,

1 vote
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5-Hour Pork Sugo

5-Hour Pork Sugo by Staffan Terje

Sugo is a long-cooked Italian sauce; similar to a Ragu or a Bolognese. Choose your favorite pasta to go with this big and decadent dish. Enjoy!

4 votes
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Truffle-crusted Beef Tenderloin

Truffle-crusted Beef Tenderloin by Roland Passot

You'll want to serve this dish immediately after it's cooked over haricot verts with a truffle Madeira sauce.

9 votes
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Clams steamed in white wine and garlic

Clams steamed in white wine and garlic by Cara Fernicola

Picture it... warm summer night at ther jersey shore. Spent all day at the beach, you come home shower and put on your best outfit to bring out your hot new tan (..or sun burn..). You're ready to go out and get some delish food and a good drink to end the perfect day soaking up the sun. Well I dont know about you all, but seafood and…

1 vote
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Braised Short Ribs with Vegetables

Braised Short Ribs with Vegetables by Nancy Miyasaki

I absolutely love the mouthwatering taste of short ribs. This preparation, which has a richly flavored gravy chock full of vegetables, is absolutely fantastic. It's also beautiful to serve (don't be discouraged by the picture)! A perfect dish for a dinner party. You're guests will rave about it.

2 votes
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Pane ZICHI al ragu' di cinghiale

Pane ZICHI al ragu' di cinghiale by Gianfranco Pulina

Un piatto molto antico legato fortemente alla cultura gastronomica sarda!!! Povero ,ma unico nela sua specie in quanto e' l'unico pane che si cucina come la pasta!!!!! Ormai rivisitato in chiave moderna ,si spazia da ricette a base di terra per finire in fantastici abbinamenti con pesce e verdure di stagione......

2 votes
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Classic Veg Cheese Pizza

Classic Veg Cheese Pizza by Hina Gujral

Our classic veg pizza is definitely something that can get customized as per your liking of vegetables and it is so delicious. I am sure you will fall in love with this veg pizza recipe.

1 vote
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Vegetables blanched corn cakes (Traitional rcipe fron valencia-Sain)

Vegetables blanched corn cakes (Traitional rcipe fron valencia-Sain) by chefgonin

These corn cakes fill the can or want to, although traditionally here fill of vegetables (eggplant, peppers, onions etc). They are ideal to surprise your friends in a quick dinner, and if you tell them it's a Spanish recipe, even better. Try them, is…

2 votes
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Braised Lamb with Beans

Braised Lamb with Beans by Joyce Leung

This is a delicious French country dish. Hearty and heart warming! It is also beautiful to behold and delicious to smell!

4 votes
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Cannoli

Cannoli by Joanne

A crisp, light shell with a deliciously rich and creamy sweet ricotta filling. This is one of the most popular desserts in upstate New York

5 votes
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The sangria, perfect to cool this summer.

The sangria, perfect to cool this summer. by chefgonin

In a glass jar, put the chopped fruit, sugar and spirits, stir with a wooden spoon and quickly dissolves the soda and then add the wine. It is important that the wine and soda are very cold . Just when serving ice is added to stirring quickly to this very cold sangria. Place the jar on the table with empty glasses and each is…

1 vote
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Chik'n Marsala

Chik'n Marsala by Kiki Thompson

The thing I LOVE about this recipe is that it’s quick, easy & Italian It’s one of those dishes that you can whip right up when you’re really not feeling the jive to make a feast after a long day of work (that’s what I did). It is also one of those dishes that makes you look like a master chef to your dinner guests It’s so YUMMY!

2 votes
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Tea-Time Orange Cake Recipe

Tea-Time Orange Cake Recipe by Hina Gujral

With some Kinnow Oranges in hand, the first and the obvious recipe choice was a Tea-Time Orange Cake. The tanginess of oranges, the subtle sweet notes and the bitterness of orange zest make this Orange Cake a perfect tea time treat.

3 votes
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Mulligatawny Soup Recipe

Mulligatawny Soup Recipe by Hina Gujral

Mulligatawny Soup is an English soup recipe with origins in Indian cuisine. To be more precise the roots of its origin are in the Anglo-Indian Cuisine developed during the British Raj in India. The name originates from the Tamil words millagai/milagu and thanni and can be translated as “pepper water”. Many relate Mulligatawny Soup…

1 vote
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