moist cake flavored with pumpkin, dried cranberries, toasted
pecans, and aromatic spices. Excellent plain, but even
better with a Cream Cheese Frosting.
Cranberry Raisin Pie has two
layers of buttery crisp pastry with a rich and spicy filling full of
cranberries, dried fruit, chunks of apple, nuts, and candied peel.
A cake with a
deep chocolate flavor. The surprise ingredient is shredded
apple which gives the cake a texture that is moist and
dense, almost brownie-like.
section has all the latest recipes and new categories that have been
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How do I
choose a new recipe? Often times, a recipe will simply catch my
attention as I am browsing through a cookbook or magazine, or watching a
food show on television. Other times an idea comes after visiting a
bakery or having a dessert at a local restaurant. I also find that the
time of year and the weather affects my choices, as I am more inclined
to want a warm pudding in the winter and a bowl of freshly churned ice
cream during the summer months. Recipes using fresh fruits will most
likely appear when that fruit is in season, so new apple recipes will
appear in the Fall, while new plum and peach recipes will
appear during the summer months.
So as the year goes by
I will periodically add new recipes. I hope a few spark your interest
and will become favorites. Enjoy.
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