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Morel Crostini and Rockfish a la Bouillabaisse Sauce: Wonderful, earthy dishes

From the recipe files of The Classic Catering People. Traditional Recipes taken to the next level of taste. Here are my attempts at duplicating the following chef-inspired recipes. My group of informal tasters praised the finished recipes, but decided I […]

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Morel Crostini and Rockfish a la Bouillabaisse Sauce: Wonderful, earthy dishes

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From the recipe files of The Classic Catering People. Traditional Recipes taken to the next level of taste. Here are my attempts at duplicating the following chef-inspired recipes. My group of informal tasters praised the finished recipes, but decided I […]

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A little sandwich with big flavor

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Coleslaw, great side for Corned Beef Sandwiches

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Chicken and dumplings

What to do with a whole chicken? Part 2

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The best way to travel is on a plate.

What to do with a whole chicken? Part 1

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They'll pop in the oven, and deflate quickly, as seen here.

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Sugary goo, not at all marshmallowy

Hot Cocoa for when you want to watch holiday specials – not live one

It's not secret that I'm a housewife, and I love it.  For the month of December, I try and come up with festive (or at least fun) things to

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