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Cream Puffs with Coffee Ice Cream

Cream Puffs with Coffee Ice Cream

Sometimes a recipe is so very exquisite, so very delicious, that you just have to cook it for friends. This Cream Puffs with Coffee Ice Cream is that sort of recipe. Continue Reading →

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Root Vegetable and Barley Soup

Root Vegetable and Barley Soup

You can never have enough warming soups in your repertoire. No bacon? Add some cooked sliced sausage to this Root Vegetable and Barley Soup. Either way, this is a satisfying and comforting way to reward yourself at the end of a chilly day. Continue Reading →

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Rustic Apple-Maple Galette

Rustic Apple-Maple Galette

I love the simplicity of this dessert and it reminds me of home, warmth and love. Rustic Apple-Maple Galette is so simple to prepare and never fails to impress friends and family. Continue Reading →

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Smoked Salmon with Wild Berries on Grit Cakes

Smoked Salmon with Wild Berries on Grit Cakes

This Smoked Salmon with Wild Berries on Grit Cakes recipe makes a terrific, simple yet sophisticated appetizer–perfect for cocktail hour. The berry spread brings out the richness of the smoked salmon, which is complemented by the slight sweetness of the grit cakes. It is one of our go-to appetizers when we want something truly satisfying. Continue Reading →

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Apple and Spinach Salad

Apple and Spinach Salad

Apple and Spinach Salad is healthy and delicious. Continue Reading →

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Crab Salad on Corn Blini

Crab Salad on Corn Blini

Cornmeal with its pleasant flavor and slightly crunchy texture, makes this little bite lip-smacking-pop-it-in-your-mouth good! I’ll bet you can’t eat just one Crab Salad on Corn Blini! Continue Reading →

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Ham and Egg Sandwich

Ham and Egg Sandwich

While writing this cookbook, I have been thinking about all the delicious treats I’ve had on my trips out of Alaska. It got me to thinking about the foods that I crave from those travels, which got me to thinking about a trip Ole and I took to Old San Juan. Walking by a bakery, I laid my eyes on a flaky pastry dusted in confectioner’s sugar. I had to have one. Fluffy, buttery, slightly sweet and oh so good! I then learned that you could halve them and stuff each roll with ham, a fried egg and cheese making this Ham and Egg Sandwich a sweet and savory treat. I learned to make them and found that this is the sort of recipe that can come together in the evening while watching your favorite show. They will keep well over night and in the morning, you can treat your family to freshly baked sweet rolls. Continue Reading →

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Italian Wedding Soup

Italian Wedding Soup

The name Italian Wedding Soup is a reference to the marriage of greens and meat in the soup. A favorite in our house and it is truly bliss in a bowl. Continue Reading →

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Ole’s Butter and Brown Sugar Squares

Ole’s Butter and Brown Sugar Squares

Let’s just say Ole’s Butter and Brown Sugar Squares are utterly rich and sugary and if that’s not enough, they’re topped with a whiskey buttermilk butterscotch sauce. Yum! Continue Reading →

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Key Lime Moose in Gingersnap Bowls

Key Lime Moose in Gingersnap Bowls

Don’t let the fancy name scare you, gingersnap bowls are easy to make. Filled with this refreshing moose, Key Lime Moose in Gingersnap Bowls is the perfect dessert! Continue Reading →

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