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Cherry Hand Pies

Store-bought puff pastry makes quick work of these sweet-tart cherry hand pies! Use fresh cherries when they& 39;re in season, or frozen during other times of the year. They& 39;re a great treat that& 39;s easy to share.Photography Credit:Nick EvansFeatured in 11 Recipes to Make with Freezer IngredientsIt’s a small thing, but when I was about eight years old, I remember my parents letting me occasionally snag a cherry hand pie from the gas station when we filled up.
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The Best Breads with Wine

If you are having guests, you probably spend a lot of time planning your menu, right down to the side dishes and the cheese. But when you’re getting your wine lineup ready, don’t forget about the bread. Even if you’re not having a party, tearing a nice hunk of bread off of a fresh loaf can be a pretty awesome after-work snack.
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Cabbage soup with rice and smoked mice

Ciorba de varza este preferata sotului meu. When I have a special interest, I quickly prepare a cabbage soup.1 kg of green cabbage200 g smoked pork mouse1 piece of leek1 red kapia pepper1 red hot pepper2 tablespoons oil2 tablespoons rice1 teaspoon paprika1 teaspoon cumin powder1 glass of red brothicodite onion greens : less than 60 minutes RECIPE PREPARATION Cabbage soup with rice and smoked mice: Vegetables are cleaned and washed.
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Bring Chefs Into Your Home for a VIP Party

New startup creates the restaurant experience for you at homeWant to throw a classy dinner party, but don& 39;t have the culinary skills to pull it off? One new startup makes it easy to entertain at home, VIP style, by bringing restaurant chefs into your home. Kitchit, with markets in San Francisco, New York, and Los Angeles, lets you essentially & 34;rent a chef& 34; for the night to create a restaurant experience in your home.
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Cashew Caramel Monkey Bread

A buttery, pull-apart loaf with an ooey-gooey, crunchy topping. A deliciously sweet way to warm up your kitchen on a cool Sunday morning.MORE+LESS-Updated November 17, 20142 1/4teaspoons active dry yeast5cups unbleached all-purpose flour1/2teaspoon baking powder1/4cup butter, melted (for dipping)4ounces (about 1 stick) butter4ounces (about 8 tbsp) brown sugar1/3cup cashews, finely choppedHide Images1Dissolve yeast and a pinch of sugar in warm water in the bottom of the bowl of a stand mixer.
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