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French Toast Pudding with Winter Fruits
Crisp French toast tops a fragrant compote of apples, pears and prunes for a great breakfast treat or comforting...
Apple-Walnut Bars
For a good supply of lunchbox treats, make a double batch of these apple-walnut bars and freeze individual bars wrapped...
Quick Cinnamon Rolls
A biscuitlike pastry, based on a traditional German recipe, makes these much faster than yeast-raised cinnamon rolls.
Apple Cider Doughnuts
These doughnut-shaped cakes are flavored with apple cider and glazed with maple syrup. If you do not have a mini Bundt...
Apricot Rum Balls
Quick and easy to make, these apricot-based bonbons are perfect for gifts or last-minute bake-sale contributions.
Cinnamon-Apple Lollipops
The warm, winning flavor of cinnamon can be savored for a long time with this homemade apple lollipop.
New Generation Granola
A little number-crunching reveals that granola's image as a health food is undeserved. Shifting the balance toward...
Prune & Armagnac Cake
This moist, rustic cake is full of plump prunes and rich Armagnac.
Orange Marmalade
This classic orange marmalade is a pretty gift for the holidays.
Cranberry-Pear Clafouti
Cranberries and pear flavor this traditional French dessert.
Macaroni & Cheese
The sauce for this simple mac-and-cheese uses low-fat cottage cheese as its base. Just a cup of sharp Cheddar adds lots...
Curried Red Lentil Soup
This soup is inspired by the Indian side dish dal; the Hindi word means “split” and refers to the split peas or lentils...
Five-Vegetable Curry
Eggplant, potatoes, sweet potatoes, tomatoes and green beans flavored with rich Indian spices yields a substantial dish...
Apple Roly-Poly
A tender, gingery biscuit dough is spiraled around a spiced apple filling and baked in a hot cider bath. Golden...
Roasted Chicken Breasts with Gremolata
Gremolata, a mixture of herbs, garlic and lemon zest, is stuffed under the skin, contributing its extraordinary...
Pecan Tuiles
French for “tiles,” these delicate tuiles are so-named because their curved shape resembles the clay roof tiles of...
Filled Oatmeal-Date Cookies
A lemony date filling makes oatmeal cookies more special.
Hickory Nut Cookies
Shelling hickory nuts is a labor of love—they are one of the hardest nuts to crack. You may substitute pecans, which...
Pan-Fried Trout
Marinating stronger flavored fish like trout in buttermilk eliminates some of the fishy flavors. A quick turn in...
Brown Sugar Crackles
These sweet sugar cookies have an appealing cracked top and a chewy middle.
Carrot Cupcakes
Pureed prunes stand in for some of the fat in these carrot cupcakes.
Fennel & Rice Soup
A triple shot of fennel—fresh fennel, fennel fronds and fennel seed—infuse this simple soup with rich flavor. Serve...
Rigatoni & Spicy Sausage Casserole
Mushrooms have the perfect meaty texture to complement a modest amount of spicy Italian sausage in this baked rigatoni...
Chocolate-Almond Flutes
Just-baked cookies are fashioned into flutes or cups, which can be filled with ice cream, sorbet, mousse or fresh fruit.
Chocolate Madeleines
French novelist and notorious shut-in Marcel Proust was passionate about the plump little cakelike cookies called...
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