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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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Rhubarb & Lemon Muffins

Rhubarb & Lemon Muffins

Good for breakfast or brunch, these quick-to-make Rhubarb & Lemon Muffins are sure to become one of your favorites. Continue Reading →

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Halibut Burger

Halibut Burger

When looking for foods that refresh, for something made from your catch and absolutely no time with anything hot in the kitchen, halibut burgers come to mind. Halibut fillets are prized for their unique and meaty texture and when cooked turn incredibly flaky. Continue Reading →

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Raspberry Fool with Cardamom Cookies

Raspberry Fool with Cardamom Cookies

This Raspberry Fool turns tangy raspberries and luscious whipped cream into a simple yet elegant dessert in a snap. Fold fresh raspberries—either lightly mashed or fully puréed—into a good quality whipped cream for a light, fluffy dessert that will wow your guests (and leave them disbelieving the dessert’s simplicity). The liqueur is optional, but note that orange liqueur adds a lovely sweet citrus note that deepens the rich, berry flavor of this fool. Continue Reading →

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Grilled Salmon Caesar Salad with Parmesan Croutons

Grilled Salmon Caesar Salad

Whatever its true origins, we’re just happy we don’t have to go to a restaurant to satisfy our craving for the crunchy, cheesy goodness of a Grilled Salmon Caesar salad! Continue Reading →

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Honey-Garlic Shrimp

Honey-Garlic Shrimp

Nothing beats the clock like stir fry cooking. If you plan on serving this Honey-Garlic Shrimp with rice, start the rice first. While it’s cooking, cut up the vegetables and make the stir fry. Continue Reading →

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Apple Puffed Pancake

Apple Puffed Pancake

This impressive golden puff of a pancake is baked in a cast iron skillet in a very hot oven. It will fall a little as you carry it, still in the skillet, from oven to table and it should be eaten right away. While this Apple Puffed Pancake only needs a generous dusting of confectioner’s sugar, it is also very good with maple syrup. Continue Reading →

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Rhubarb Crumble

Rhubarb Crumble

This Rhubarb Crumble is quick and easier to make than pie. It’s versatile, too, because you can add strawberries in the spring or apples in the fall. I usually pop it into the oven shortly before we sit down to eat so it’s still warm for dessert! Continue Reading →

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Seared Halibut with a Tangy Marmalade Glaze

Seared Halibut with a Tangy Marmalade Glaze

A colorful blend of orange, avocado, hazelnuts and dried cranberries gives the Seared Halibut with a Tangy Marmalade Glaze a bright and vibrant flavor. Serve it on a bed of protein-rich quinoa or couscous for extra nutritional value. Continue Reading →

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Grilled Salmon with Cherry-Chipotle Glaze

Grilled Salmon with Cherry-Chipotle Glaze

Most of the time, “dressing up” foods with fancy preparations and sauces just masks flavors. But curing fresh salmon with sugar and salt, then grilling it in a sweet-spicy glaze really enhances an already great tasting fish in this Grilled Salmon with Cherry-Chipotle Glaze. The chipotle chile glaze has some kick, but the cherry preserves in it helps tone down the “fire.” And it doesn’t stop there! Cilantro-Lime Butter finishes the dish easily‒and with style. Continue Reading →

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