Sunday, August 28, 2016

Saturday, August 27, 2016

Memere Rousseau's Tourtiere (Meat Pie)


This traditional recipe for Tourtiere -- meat pie -- has a crust so light that it melts in your mouth and can be eaten piping hot from the oven or cold from the refrigerator.
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New England Clambake and Clambake Sauce


A New England clambake requires the freshest softshell clams, native seaweed, corn, potatoes, lobsters, sand, and salt air. Here's how to build and cook a…
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Old-Fashioned Chicken & Dumplings


This homemade chicken and dumplings recipe has been passed down through generations and brings to mind the old-fashioned flavors that came from…
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Mary Blenk's Maine Wild-Blueberry Pie


This award-winning wild-blueberry pie recipe is juicy, not runny, the berries sweet (yet just a bit tart), the crust flaky and light: everything a blueberry pie should be.
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How to Make Boston Cream Pie


Golden cake, sweet pastry cream, and smooth chocolate glaze are all you need to make the best Boston Cream Pie. We'll show you how with step-by-step photos.
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Baked Herb Omelet with Feta & Mushrooms


This tasty baked herb omelet combines earthy mushrooms with tangy feta and fresh herbs. The perfect brunch dish.
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Caramel Apple Skillet Cake


Caramel Apple Skillet Cake is light and fluffy and topped with a homemade caramel apple glaze. Perfect for Fall baking! Hey y’all! It’s Serene from houseofyumm.com.I’m so excited to be sharing recipes with you here on The Recipe Critic! And look…
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Friday, August 26, 2016

Cooking with K: Cauliflower Rice Coleslaw

Cauliflower Rice Coleslaw, beautiful and healthy salad made with cauliflower crumbles, coleslaw mix, and a tangy sweet dressing. The perfect salad to…
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Jalapeno Popper Breadsticks

Jalapeno Popper Breadsticks are perfect for the upcoming football season. How can combining carbs, bacon, cheese and jalapenos be bad. That’s right… it can’t. Ready in 20 minutes, score a touchdown with your family & friends with these…
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Rabbit All’Arrabiata

A MARIO BATALI RECIPE Rabbit All’Arrabiata Ingredients Serves 4 For the potatoes 2 pounds baby marble potatoes Olive oil to cover 3 to 4 cloves garlic 1 tablespoon whole black peppercorns 2 to 3 sprigs rosemary 2 to 3 sprigs thyme…
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Honey Pecan Fruit Salad


This sounds delicious! The dressing gives a nice little extra touch to the fruit. I have always made my fruit salad plain, I am definitely going to try it with this easy dressing :) fruit salad recipe.
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Easy Peasy Peanut Butter Cookies...3 Ingredients!


This is a very old USDA - FNS recipe! I've been making them for years and years, since I worked with them anyway, and they always turn out great!
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How to Make a Peach Bellini


Delicious and easy peach bellinis are perfect to help you cool down this summer. Enjoy this simple recipe to make at home any night of the week!
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How to Bake Eggs in Tomatoes


Bake eggs in tomatoes for an easy and healthful low-carb breakfast. Make them with your favorite cheese and toppings for a delicious meal.
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How to Make a Tamale Pie


Learn how to make a tamale pie in a skillet. This easy recipe is hearty, comforting, and perfect for serving a crowd.
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How to Make Balsamic Vinegar Reduction Sauce

Balsamic reduction sauce makes for an excellent condiment to infuse your dishes with flavor! All it takes is one ingredient, and 8 to 10 minutes!
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Marcella Hazan’s Semifreddo di Cioccolato

Semifreddo, which means "half-cold" in Italian, is a more elegant version of the traditional ice cream cake (think frozen mousse), and it's the ideal dessert for a summer party as it can be done in advance, then sliced and plated at the table…
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Italian-Style Tuna Sandwich

Though an American cook (or even a French one) usually adds mayonnaise to the bowl when dressing canned tuna for a sandwich, Italian cooks invariably anoint theirs with olive oil instead Capers, olives and anchovy often join the festivities;…
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Panzanella With Mozzarella and Herbs

At the height of tomato season, for every perfectly ripe, taut and juicy specimen, there’s an overripe, oozing counterpart not far away The Tuscan bread salad called panzanella is the perfect place to use those sad, soft tomatoes that are still rich in…
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Spaghetti With Fried Eggs

Here's a quick and delicious pasta dish to make when you have little time, and even less food in the house All you need is a box of spaghetti, four eggs, olive oil and garlic (Parmesan is a delicious, but optional, addition).
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Fruit-Filled Scuffins

The scuffin is a frankenpastry — part scone, part muffin and, like a doughnut, filled with jam — but despite its complex genetics, it is very easy to make It is even somewhat healthy (for a pastry, that is), using whole grain flour and flaxseeds,…
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Sausage Rolls

Though the concept of sausage wrapped in pastry exists in every cuisine in one way or another, the British have claimed sausage rolls as their own They are always welcome, especially at holiday time Boxing Day, a national holiday in…
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Crustless ‘Quiche’ Recipe

I suppose crustless quiche is a contradiction in terms, like seared ceviche But if, like me, you sometimes crave what amounts to savory pie filling without the hassle of making an actual crust, this is the way to go Once you take the crust out of the…
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