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a traditional rosh hashana dessert, honeycake is a good opportunity to showcase a dark, full bodied honey, such as a buckwheat. if possible bake this a day ahead so the flavors can blend and mellow. adapted from stephanie rosenbaum's "honey: from flower t
my favorite yogurt was getting close to date and i really wanted something to nosh on that was healthy. i also buy a lot of cereal to snack on because my dietitian said it was so much better for me than potato chips and other fatty snacks. this was very
quick to put together, and extremely tasty. this delightful recipe was compliments of taste of nova scotia and was created by sean laceby of the blomidon inn in wolfville. my good friend gail has also made this with strawberries as well as peaches (her f
from fine cooking magazine - issue no. 17. to make butternut squash easier to handle, cut off the neck, peel it, and cut it into pieces to use in this gratin. reserve the bottom of the squash, which contains the seed cavity, for roasting.
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