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christmas-cupcakes

Christmas Cupcakes

These beauties also make a very good alternative to mince pies. I buy the icing ready-made and dyed (which is why it isn’t a very convin...

by Nigella Lawson

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christmas-decorations

Christmas Decorations

I like these as spiced and peppery as German Lebkuchen and decorated only in white and silver or gold. I tend, also, to limit myself to b...

by Nigella Lawson

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butterscotch-layer-cake

Butterscotch Layer Cake

This is the sort of cake that people label “very rich” but then go on to have three slices with languorous ease. Yes, it is rich, but the...

by Nigella Lawson

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crystallized-grapefruit

Crystallized Grapefruit

Choose meaty-skinned grapefruits with skin and pith measureing about 1/8 inch thick

by Christopher Idone

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hot-curried-fruit

Hot Curried Fruit

Peel the pears, leaving the stems intact. Place them in a large non-aluminum pot with enough water to cover. Add the sugar, spices, an...

by Christopher Idone

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apple-cake

Apple Cake

 Preheat the oven to 350° F. Butter the baking dish.  Roughly chop the apples.  Reserving 1 cup, place the apples in a large pot with 1/2...

by Christopher Idone

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caramel-dumplings

Caramel Dumplings

The dumpling dough: In a mixing bowl, combine the dry dough ingredients with lemon zest. Mix in the egg, milk, and melted butter and beat...

by Christopher Idone

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orange-ambrosia

Orange Ambrosia

Slice the ends of each orange, and remove all the peel and pith. Slice each orange ¼ inch thick and arrange on a platter. Sprinkle with ...

by Christopher Idone

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pineapple-fritters

Pineapple Fritters

Crisp and juicy, these must be served immediately.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner

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bananas-flamb_ed-with-calvados

Bananas Flambèed with Calvados

Alcohol can boost and blend flavors, as shown in this simple dessert of bananas, citrus, and apple brandy. Good with vanilla or coconut i...

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner

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