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Fresh Spinach Quiche

Fresh Spinach Quiche by Salad Foodie

Perfect for brunch or company, and one way to use up leftover fresh spinach. Use half Swiss cheese and half mozzarella if preferred. Do not bake pie shell well ahead of time as it needs to be hot or at least very warm when filling is poured in it.

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French toast

French toast by CHEF ASHRAF ABD ALEEM ELKHARBOTLY

French toast

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PANCAKE DOUGH

PANCAKE DOUGH by CHEF ASHRAF ABD ALEEM ELKHARBOTLY

PANCAKE DOUGH

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Mollet Eggs Florentine

Mollet Eggs Florentine by B Innes

A Mollet Egg is one that is cooked not quite hard. It lies inbetween a soft boiled egg and one cooked hard. The whites are well set and the yolk is still partly runny. A Mollet Egg Florentine is an egg cooked not quite hard served with spinach. One of my past times is to go through very old cook books and I found one"The…

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Hollandaise sauce

Hollandaise sauce by CHEF ASHRAF ABD ALEEM ELKHARBOTLY

Hollandaise sauce

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Creme Brulee

Creme Brulee by Dave Forest

Crème Brulee is actually easier to make than many people think. The trick is scalding the cream. Simply put it in a pot and bring to a boil. When the cream starts to foam up, shut it off. That's it! This recipe makes twenty-four Brulees, but you can reduce the recipe to make the amount you need.

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Mini Quiche

Mini Quiche by Chef Smith

Most people believe that the quiche originates from France, and it is fair to say that in its traditional form, attributing origin to the French is quite correct. However, prior to French chefs concocting quiche, German chefs made an egg custard pie called kuchen, meaning cake. The German dish was baked in brioche dough, instead of…

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