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  • Strawberry Linzer Bar Cookies

    The Linzer torte is the oldest known cake recipe in the world, dating back to 1653 in the city of Linz, Austria. It is so delectable – no wonder it has lasted this long! While this easier cookie version is made with strawberry jam, it can also be assembled with the more traditional choice of raspberry jam.

  • Brown Butter Pecan Cinnamon Bars

    Bar cookies are particularly easy to make since you melt the butter first, and these have a special spiciness from the singular taste of browned butter combined with cinnamon.

  • Oatmeal Orange Milk Chocolate Chunk Cookies

    There’s nothing like a good old fashioned oatmeal cookie. This one has a new fashioned twist. Whether orange brings out the best in chocolate or it’s the other way around, this unique flavor combination is both fragrant and deep.

  • Quinoa and Oats Cherry Crisp

    This gluten-free quinoa and oat flakes topping is perfect on any kind of fruit crisp. Cornflakes can substitute for quinoa flakes and make the topping extra crispy.

  • Pear, Cranberry, and Apricot Compote with Orange and Clove

    Spoon warm compote over vanilla ice cream, pork roast or Greek yogurt—or serve it in a bowl accompanied by butter cookies. The compote keeps well in the refrigerator for one week.

  • Blackberry-Lemon Pecan Crisp

    This crisp may just be what Mother Nature had in mind when she created blackberries.

  • Lemon Yogurt Pie

    Sweet with a pinch of tart, a fluffy consistency still rich in flavor, this recipe melds seamlessly together all the delicious dichotomies expected in a Lemon Yogurt Pie. Add fresh raspberries for an extra kick that enhances the tangy juices of the lemon zest.

  • Irish Soda Bread with Maple Butter

    Score a cross in the top of the dough before baking to make the traditional cross shape, which is supposed to keep evil away.

  • Almond and Olive Oil Cake

    A cake enjoyed in cafes all over France, particularly in the southern parts is dense and moist, and made using olive oil and almonds – healthily delicious!

  • Vanilla-Ginger Crème Brulee

    Piquant ginger adds a slightly spicy tickle to the palate in this sophisticated twist on the classic crème brulee.

  • Black Forest Cake

    Assemble this glorious show-stopper of a cake just two hours before serving, but the cake layers may be baked a day ahead; wrapped tightly in plastic wrap and refrigerated. The cherries may also be prepared a day ahead, but the whipped cream should be made as the cake is assembled.

  • Pecan-Streusel Topped Pumpkin Pie

    Traditional pumpkin pie gets an added boost from this delightfully nutty, spicy topping, for a bit of crunch and extra flavor.