Saffron custard pear pie

This delicious and aromatic sugar free Saffron and Pear pie will transport you right to the Middle Ages where it was exactly when it was baked for the first time. It’s a perfect and unique dessert for the Holiday season.

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Homemade fresh Fig Newtons

Fig Newtons are without a doubt one of the most iconic cookies of modern history. Packed full of flavor and soft cakey cookie goodness this delicious fig roll recipe will not disappoint. Grab the recipe now and delight yourself with a little trip down American cookie history.

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Empanadas de Cabello de Ángel – Spanish spiced spaghetti squash pies

Why not add these delicious little Spanish hand pies to complete your pumpkin spice and everything nice collection. They are made with a lovely spaghetti squash preserve with the most delicate and lovely flavor you can imagine. They are a great addition to any fall table spread!

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Croustade: classic French apple pie

Crispy layers of phyllo dough filled with sweet and tangy apple goodness, flavored with orange blossom water, and cinnamon. This classic French apple pie will transport you to both South-western France and the Middle East. The best part is how incredibly easy it is to make with this fool proof technique.

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Ricotta Gnocchi with garden veggies

Looking for a delicious recipe to make pillowy soft ricotta gnocchi? Check out this wonderfully versatile recipe deeply rooted in Italian history.

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Hazelnut berry meringue cake

Who doesn't love celebrating Easter? What's not to love about chocolate and eggs and fluffy little animals? Boy, have I got the perfect cake for your Easter celebration. I've paired it with some great Easter history so you can wow your guests with it as well!

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Mastering the perfect Boullabaisse

Ever thought that making Bouillabaisse was a daunting task that could only be tackled by the most experienced chefs? This extra easy to follow recipe will have you feeling in Marseille in no time!

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