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Fusilli with Mixed Vegetable Sauce
A fresh vegetable sauce, here full of eggplant, bell pepper, zucchini and tomatoes, is a nice alternative to everyday...
Orecchiette with Broccoli Rabe
Lots of chopped broccoli rabe, fresh garlic, olive oil and a touch of crushed red pepper is a simple sauce for...
Raspberry Applesauce
Simplicity itself, applesauce from a jar becomes quite special when warmed and laced with raspberries.
Creamy Lemon Mousse
The tangy essence of fresh lemon juice and lemon zest in this light and fluffy mousse will brighten up even the darkest...
Spaghettini with Steamed Mussels
Mussel lovers will enjoy this simple pasta preparation. Serve with an arugula salad and crusty whole-grain bread to...
Ginger-Lemon Stack Cake
Three layers of an airy gingerbread with a tart lemon filling between them; this is a dependable, all-occasion cake.
Glazed Poppy-Seed Cake
The perennially popular poppy-seed cake looks dressy with a simple glaze—with very little fuss.
Peach-Bourbon Upside-Down Cake
Bake this Southern-inspired, moist and fruity cake when peaches are plentiful—from late June through July.
Plum Cake
A lightly spiced cake with a dramatic topping of glistening plums—it's perfect for a September birthday.
Buttermilk Custard Pie
A Southern favorite, buttermilk custard pie is smooth, tangy and delicious.
Lemon Cream Pie
This lightened lemon cream pie is a refreshing dessert any time of the year.
Lemon Dream Pie
Here we fill a light meringue pie shell with a tangy lemon filling and top it with fresh raspberries for a beautiful...
Brandied Nectarines
Perfumed with vanilla and brandy, these nectarines are elegant in their simplicity. Use only perfectly ripe, juicy...
Scalloped Bananas
Try serving these gingersnap-crusted bananas as an April Fools' joke—they look like breaded scallops, especially...
Baked Figs with Raspberries & Yogurt Cream
Baked figs, warm from the oven, make a heavenly dessert with cool yogurt cream and juicy late-harvest raspberries.
Melon Balls in Port
The traditional pairing of melon and port is updated with a little lime juice.
Apricot-Nut Bread
A double hit of apricot nectar and dried apricots flavor this quick bread.
Lemon Spice Bread
Fragrant freshly-grated nutmeg infuses this lemon bread with flavor.
Water Bagels
These classic bagels are also known as New York bagels. If the secret ingredient, as New Yorkers always contend, is...
Pumpernickel Bagels
Chewy and dark, this pumpernickel bagel exudes a hearty, peasant bread flavor.
Golden Egg Bagels
Egg bagels are lighter and a bit sweeter than water bagels. They are great for sandwiches.
Montreal Bagels
Montreal-style bagels are smaller and sweeter than their counterparts.
Onion Bialys
Bialys are like bagels, but they're baked instead of boiled. Lots of chopped onion and poppy seeds are a tasty...
Fruit-Filled Dessert Tacos
Cookies shaped like taco shells are filled with fresh fruit salsa for a fun and pretty dessert.
April Fool's Sundaes
Fool your friends with this sweet imitation of eggs sunnyside up—it's actually vanilla frozen yogurt and mango...
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