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#CookClub Recipe No. 15: Chocolate-Dipped Waffle Cone Bars

 

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  1. Make-ahead Easter brunch of creme brulee casserole, sliders, quiche

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    Brunch is my favorite meal these days, and I know I'm not alone.

    The options are endless when you have brunch at home, but I often focus my spread around quiche. It’s a classic choice and a good one to serve to friends because it’s instantly a step up from the everyday breakfast.
  2. Weekday dinner inspiration: Chicken Enchilada Pasta Skillet and more

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    Mon | Meatless meal

    Grilled Veggie Pizza on a Pita is tonight's no-meat meal. Heat the grill to medium and lightly brush pita on each side with olive oil. Scatter grated cheese (we like pepper Jack) on pitas and top with thinly sliced sauteed veggies (for example, mushrooms, onions, green …

  3. Italian jam shortbread tart is fine for entertaining

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    Tiramisu, one of my first dessert loves, is one recognized by you, me and everyone else in America. The Italian treat of creamy mascarpone cheese and coffee liqueur-soaked ladyfingers comes in all kinds of versions, many delightful and some bastardized and served in places that don't offer anything else Italian on the …

    This tart is traditionally made with almonds, but hazelnuts work well, too. As a matter of fact, you’ll get rave-worthy results using whatever nuts and jam you have on hand. Because the dessert comes together quickly, it’s a good choice if you’ve volunteered to bring a dish to a party.
  4. #CookClub Recipe No. 15: Chocolate-Dipped Waffle Cone Bars

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    Recipes are a funny thing. And by funny, I mean exasperating.

  5. 25 simple ideas for burrito fillings, from vegetarian to meat-lovers

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    By Janet K. Keeler

    Times Food and Travel Editor

    the burrito has a fuzzy provenance.

    Breakfast burritos can be filled with a mixture of egg and cheese, bolstered by cooked bacon crumbles or browned sausage. Sauteed vegetables are also a flavorful addition.
  6. Weekday dinner inspiration: Creamy Polenta With Kale and Mushrooms and more

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    Mon | Meatless meal

    One-pot dishes are fine for Monday or any other day of the week. Creamy Polenta With Kale and Mushrooms (recipe below) is lush, hearty and brimming with flavor. Kale has been a trendy green in the last year, and its appeal doesn't appear to be slowing too much. Here's …

  7. You Asked For It: Marble Cake With Creme de Cacao Frosting

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    I would like a recipe for chocolate swirl cake with a creme de cacao frosting. Thank you.

    Marble Cake with Creme de Cacao Frosting is the perfect blend of chocolate and vanilla goodness.
  8. Innovation, timing create sweet spot for Florida blueberries

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    In the early years of Florida's foray into growing blueberries, there were a lot of naysayers. We were a citrus state, a tomato state, a strawberry state.

    The area of blueberries harvested in Florida has roughly tripled over the last 10 years, and this year’s crop is likely to reach 25 million pounds.
  9. A fresh twist: Lemony Carrot 'Fettuccine' With Toasted Walnuts

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    Though carrots often make it into the Easter feast lineup, I've never understood why. Maybe it's a nod to the Easter bunny.

    Lemony carrot “fettuccine” also has toasted walnuts and Neufchatel cheese.
  10. Welcome spring with Simple Roast Chicken With Fresh Herb Sauce

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    Our spring feasts, often centered around Passover and Easter, typically call for a center-of-the-plate star like brisket or lamb. Of course they're delicious, but both can seriously ramp up the fat and calories.

    A simple chicken roasted at high heat is both succulent and savory.