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Keats and Cookies for Valentine’s Day Blog I just love making spritz cookies. Theyre just right with a cup of tea or hot chocolate, so buttery and redolent of vanilla. And theyre festive without being fiddly to make. I use a forty-year-old Mirro aluminum cookie press, which Ive updated with a really fun set of spring disks from Oxo. If you dont have a cookie press, theirs looks like it has a good selection of disks for year-round cookie fun. Someday, Im going to make these cookies with rose water in the true spirit of Keats. For now, I share with you with the last four lines of Keatss beautiful sonnet To A Friend Who Sent ...

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Bean? Bourguignon – Brilliant! Blog A serendipidous click led me to the holiday recipe collection of the CIA (Culinary Institute of America, not Central Intelligence Agency), where I found an intriguing recipe for a vegetarian version of my favorite French stew. It could work well as a celebratory feast for vegetarian guests (seems easy enough to make it vegan, for that matter). Even for meat eaters, it would make a tasty post holiday return to healthful eating that wont leave anyone feeling deprived. The original email that led me to the beans was a recipe for Peppermint Bark. It sounds delicious, but with no time ...

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Peach Cobbler Recipe.docx Desserts and Sweets File Sharing

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Peachy Keen Peach Cobbler Blog Were getting into the height of the season for orchard fruits, so I thought Id make cobbler. Its such an old-fashioned dessert, and this ones topping is a lot like a shortcake. I dont think this would work well with apples. The topping doesnt seal well enough to cook the apples through. It should be great for blueberries though. A Melba cobbler would have been the bomb if I had thought to pick up some raspberries to throw in with the peaches (Id add a tablespoon or two of extra sugar in that case). In any case, go for a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top Trader Joes French Vanill...

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Breakfast Before, Part II -- Now the Savory Blog Earlier in the week, inspired by memories of delicious breakfast casseroles made by some wonderful Southern hostesses, I posted a recipe for a make-ahead sweet Blueberry French Toast casserole. Today, heres a simple savory one to put together as an anchor for a delicious brunch great for Easter Sunday or any Sunday. This is for a relatively small amount that will serve about four people from an 8 x8 pyrex dish. The recipe multiplies easily. If doubling, a 13 x9 glass dish works. If you use regular white sandwich bread, go with 4 eggs every 2 cups of bread cubes. If you use Frenc...

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Breakfast Before, Sweet and Savory Blog Ive been lucky enough to enjoy the hospitality of some lovely Southern Ladies. Some were mothers of college friends, some were women I worked with, and some were neighbors. They all shared a firm belief in prepping ahead, especially for holiday breakfasts. After all, who wants to be in the kitchen when theres an Easter Parade? This week, Ill share two favorite breakfast casseroles, great for Easter or any breakfast / brunch gathering. Heres the sweet: Blueberry Breakfast Before Ingredients for French Toast: 1 loaf french or italian bread, or not-too-thin baguette 6 la...

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