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How to make chocolate cream pie

This is an update of a traditional American favorite, even more chocolaty than you remember because the shell is painted with chocolate before the filling goes in. Serves 10.
Views 1045 | Rating 1 | Comments 1| Date Mar 9, 2008
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How to make Greek lamb stew with artichokes and orzo

Cooking this fabulous, subtle stew with bone-in lamb adds more to its flavor. This Greek lamb stew is finished off with the classic Mediterranean sauce, Avgolemono, which thickens with eggs and lemon mixed into the broth. Using the Dutch oven is the best...
Views 1152 | Rating 0 | Comments 1| Date Mar 9, 2008
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How to make Pate Maison

Nearly every top restaurant has its own version of Pate Maison, or “House Specialty.” Pate is a meat loaf with a difference. For one thing, though both are made with ground and cooked meat, pate is served cold or at room temperature. More importantly,...
Views 1058 | Rating 0 | Comments 1| Date Mar 11, 2008
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Three Dinners for a Family of Four Under $20

Three dinners for $20? Sounds impossible? I’ve done it and I’ll show you three easy recipes for under $20
Views 1247 | Rating 2 | Comments 1| Date Apr 24, 2008
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Valentine's Day Drink Recipes

Some different kinds of drink recipes that you might want to try on Valentine's Day or maybe just try on any day! Enjoy!!
Views 722 | Rating 0 | Comments 0| Date Jan 13, 2008
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How to Make Great Chilli

This is a tutorial on how to make delicious chilli. You can either make this in a crock pot or on the stove top. Although I find that the making this recipe in the crock pot provides for a much better eating experience.
Views 761 | Rating 1 | Comments 0| Date Jan 13, 2008
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A Primer on Tea, or How to Become a Tea Snob

it's easy to educate yourself about tea, and then it's a short step to full-fledged tea snob. People do it with wine, why not tea?!
Views 1234 | Rating 3 | Comments 0| Date Mar 5, 2008
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How to make lobster thermidor

Lobster thermidor was created in 1894 by Marie's, a Paris restaurant near the theater Comedie Francaise to honor the opening of the play Thermidor by Victorien Sardou. Unlike the recipe, the play was not a critical success, and is rarely performed. Due to...
Views 1287 | Rating 3 | Comments 0| Date Feb 20, 2008
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A Delicious Vegan Chocolate Cake

So you're a vegan, but you haven't given up dessert. You can find delicious soy ice "cream" but you need cake to put under it! I mean, you can eat cake without ice cream, or ice cream without cake, but the two belong together. All the cake...
Views 998 | Rating 1 | Comments 0| Date Feb 14, 2008
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How to bake an apple walnut tart with butterscotch glaze

Tarts, the European equivalent of American pies, have become very popular in the U.S. over the last few decades. Besides tasting great, they are very beautiful topped with colorful apples arranged in geometric patterns and glazed to a high shine. This deep...
Views 768 | Rating 0 | Comments 0| Date Feb 20, 2008
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How to make a Monte Cristo sandwich

Top of any sandwich connoisseur’s favorites is this classic delight, a hybrid of French toast with grilled ham and cheese. Restaurants vary from place to place about exactly how this is cooked, whether on a flat top grill or in a deep-fat fryer. The latter...
Views 846 | Rating 2 | Comments 0| Date Feb 29, 2008
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How to bake macadamia encrusted halibut with orange sauce

Here’s a popular fine dining dish that can be served with confidence. Anyone who tries a bite of this will come back for another, whether they eat fish regularly or not. Halibut is wonderfully delicate in flavor, soft and flaky in texture. The encrusted...
Views 799 | Rating 0 | Comments 0| Date Feb 29, 2008
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How to make a German chocolate cake

This cake was not actually invented in Germany. The original recipe was sent by a homemaker in Dallas to a newspaper in Texas in 1957. It used Baker’s German’s Sweet Chocolate, which was created in 1852 by an Englishman named Sam German for the Baker’s...
Views 1036 | Rating 2 | Comments 0| Date Mar 1, 2008
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How to make a terrine of foie gras

Today, it’s virtually impossible to find a menu from a top restaurant the doesn’t include something made with fresh foie gras, a duck or goose liver product that dates back to the Egyptians of 2500 B.C. Thankfully, availability of fresh foie gras...
Views 928 | Rating 1 | Comments 0| Date Mar 1, 2008
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How to make apple cranberry cobbler

Apples and cranberries are a well-loved combination. This is a great cold weather dessert that’s perfect for the holiday table. Cobblers are like deep-dish pies except that they have no bottom crust. Traditionally, cobblers have been topped with biscuit...
Views 861 | Rating 0 | Comments 0| Date Mar 1, 2008