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Orange Iced Tea with Mint and Lime

Orange Iced Tea with Mint and Lime by Hina Gujral

Last year a friend of mine from Hong Kong got a packet of Chinese tea leaves called "Poli", I am not a tea lover so never used it but few days while reshuffling all those kitchen cabinets I saw that tea leaves packet lying all alone in one dark corner, and so this how it came into use, I guess this the reason I love culinary souvenirs…

2 votes
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Chicken-Mango Dinner Salad

Chicken-Mango Dinner Salad by RecipeKing

Chicken-Mango Dinner Salad is a delicious, easy and quick recipe for a full meal. Also a healthy, low calories, low fat, low sodium, low carbohydrates and WeightWatchers (7) PointsPlus recipe. Ingredients: chicken strips, spinach leaves, mangos, avocados and onions with a raspberry vinaigrette salad dressing.

1 vote
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Banana Bread

Banana Bread by Rose Elliott

I've been making this banana bread for years, making small changes here and there. It's a great one to make with the kids, and enjoy hot out of the oven! You can make it into muffins as well, just adjust the cook time accordingly (~20 minutes for full-size muffins).

4 votes
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Apple Cobblers

Apple Cobblers by Beth Roan

Baked apples with a delicious crumb topping.

4 votes
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Light Strawberry Mousse

Light Strawberry Mousse by Micheline

An easy, light, fluffy, creamy, strawberry mousse dessert to end an elegant meal.

2 votes
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Papaya Pie

Papaya Pie by Parsley Sage

I've mentioned before that Clark Kent and I volunteer with Cayman Wildlife Rescue. Every few weeks, we drive out to Savannah to clean the cages, change out the toys, provide showering services and lavish with treats the six rescued Cayman Parrots that are currently in recovery. They love papayas! If they could eat it in pie, they…

1 vote
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Oriental Rhubarb Jam

Oriental Rhubarb Jam by Robyn Savoie

If you have been searching for an oriental rhubarb recipe for jam, you have found the best one here. The spicy tang of this jam really rocks!

1 vote
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Cranberry Fluff

Cranberry Fluff by Marilyn Lesniak

This is a great alternative to the classic Cranberry dish served at the Holiday meal. It is easy to make and uses fresh ingredients. Your guests will love this new and festive choice on your table. The dish is also very versatile as you can change up any type of fruit or berries you would like. It is a great choice to add to your…

1 vote
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Winter Berry Jam With Texas Ruby Red Grapefruit

Winter Berry Jam With Texas Ruby Red Grapefruit by Robyn Savoie

Enjoy this vibrant deep purple, sweet tart jam with toast, bagels, muffins; even as a topping for vanilla ice cream. Keep in mind this recipe is for canning hot pack method. I don't process in a water bath as traditionally done. While the fruit is cooking, I add clean jars to a large stock pot full of cold water. Bring to a boil…

2 votes
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Potluck Apricot Cobbler

Potluck Apricot Cobbler by Salad Foodie

An old-fashioned cobbler makes a hit with crowds and one of my favorite cobbler fruits is apricots. These perky golden first fruits of summer have a nice balance of sweet and tart. Fresh in-season fruit is preferred, but I have often used my stash of frozen cots from season’s past, and they work well for cobblers, as do canned. This…

1 vote
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Swedish Apple Pie

Swedish Apple Pie by Salad Foodie

"Easy as pie" as the saying goes. But this recipe is really EASIER than pie! Sliced Granny Smith apples go in the pie dish first, followed by a quick and simple topping. The topping settles down around the apples during baking and becomes lightly crisp - so good! Based on The Apple Lover's Cookbook by Amy Traverso.

1 vote
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Orange~Banana Yogurt Smoothie

Orange~Banana Yogurt Smoothie by "Cheffie Cooks"

Great smoothie for breakfast!

1 vote
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Blueberry-Peach Cobbler

Blueberry-Peach Cobbler by Nancy Miyasaki

This makes a wonderful mid-late summer treat when fresh peaches and nectarines are in abundance. You can substitute nectarines, apricots, Pluots, and other fruits for the peaches if they look better. I've made a number of cobbler recipes and this is the best. You won't be disappointed!

3 votes
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Strawberry Shortcake in Scones!

Strawberry Shortcake in Scones! by Nancy Miyasaki

These scones make for a remarkable strawberry shortcake, though they are delicious on their own with coffee as well.

3 votes
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Arugula with Packham Pears and Borage Blossoms

Arugula with Packham Pears and Borage Blossoms by Warren Weber

Nutty arugula and sweet pears make this salad an excellent after-dinner course. Prepare the salad before dinner; a squeeze of lime over the pears will keep them from darkening. Bartlett, Comice, or Bosc pears can be substituted for the Packhams. Select ripe pears that are firm but not mushy. Dress with Pear Vinaigrette.

1 vote
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