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  • Oysters Rockefeller

    Oysters Rockefeller

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    Legend has it this dish, created in 1899 in New Orleans, was named for the very wealthy John D. Rockefeller—because the sauce was nearly as rich as he. The dish has evolved over the years, but is most often made with minced green herbs or leaves, butter and breadcrumbs, baked over fresh shucked oysters in the half shell.
  • Strawberry Cake 1

    Strawberry Cake

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    This strawberry cake is not made with Jell-o or food coloring so don’t be surprised when it comes out of the oven and is not bright pink. This cake still packs a mean strawberry kick. The top of the cake does not dome and the crumb is very tender due to the amount of fruit preserve and fresh fruit. Add a layer of jam between layers or in the center of the cupcake and top with a delicious whipped cream frosting to really capture the lightness of the crumb.
  • Snickerdoodle Cookies

    Snickerdoodle Cookies

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    This recipe uses the simplest ingredients, but it’s almost impossible to eat just one snickerdoodle. The edges are wonderfully crisp while the inside is soft and chewy. Although similar to a sugar cookie, the snickerdoodle is rolled in cinnamon sugar just before baking, giving the outside a dark crackled top.
  • Sweet Potato Casserole with Coconut-Macadamia Topping

    Sweet Potato Casserole with Coconut-Macadamia Topping

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    Knock their socks off with this sweet potato casserole that is just sweet enough to fit the bill, but more interesting than the standard marshmallow creation. Who can resist this macadamia and coconut streusel topping?
  • Crown Roast of Pork

    Crown Roast of Pork with Apple Cornbread Stuffing and Cider Reduction

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    This is a meal fit for a king and queen—or a special holiday celebration. The stuffing may be made one day ahead and stored separately from the meat.
  • Peanut Butter Cookies - 1

    Peanut Butter Cookies

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    Old-fashioned and irresistible is what comes to mind when eating a peanut butter cookie. They have a great balance of sweet to salt and crispy to tender texture. These golden-blonde peanut butter cookies are the perfect after school treat.
  • Knot Cookie

    Knot Cookies

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    Traditionally these Italian cookies are fried but this version is baked. Less mess, less clean up and a bit healthier, too! What more could you ask for?
  • Ginger Molasses Cookie

    Ginger Molasses Cookies

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    These ginger molasses cookies are highly addictive. Sugar coated with rich spicy flavor and a soft and chewy texture make these cookies hard to resist. For added crunch roll the cookies in Turbinado sugar instead of granulated sugar.
  • Classic Carrot Cake-2

    Carrot Cake

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    You either love it or you hate it but carrot cake is never going out of style. One bite of this cake just might win you over if you are not a fan of carrot cake. It’s rich, moist, and full of great flavor. When covered with a creamy goat cheese frosting or traditional cream cheese frosting it is hard to resist. Applesauce can be substituted for pineapple and if you are allergic to walnuts they can be omitted from the recipe.
  • Meyer Chipotle Glazed Ham

    Chipotle Glazed Ham with Maple Sautéed Apples

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    The glazed ham, surrounded by golden apple slices, makes a beautiful centerpiece for your holiday meal.
  • Chocolate Ganache

    Chocolate Ganache

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    Chocolate ganache can be used as a filling, frosting or glaze. It can also be used as a chocolate truffle base, truffle filling or a filling in a tart. Because this recipe has only 3 ingredients, use good quality chocolate. Ganache is a staple in every Pastry Chefs kitchen!
  • Pignoli Cookies

    Pignoli Cookies

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    Pignoli Cookies are traditional almond cookies rolled in pine nuts and served during the holiday season. They’re crunchy on the outside and chewy on the inside. If you are an almond lover, you will love these cookies. Once these cookies are piped and topped with pine nuts you will need to practice patience; they need to dry for at least 8 hours before baking and enjoying. They are worth the wait!

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