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TBT Recipe: A Sort-Of Turkey Cassoulet

  I posted this idea a few years ago as a way to make a great Friday meal the day after Thanksgiving. More and more, people find turkey to be a year-round pleasure. So, get some cooked turkey breast or even a whole small bird to roast off and make this winter treat. Been skiing?…

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Leek and Goat’s Cheese Picnic Loaf from Gail’s Artisan Bakery

  This recipe comes from Gail’s Artisan Bread. Roy Levy and Gail Mejia wrote this cookbook based on their bakery experiences in London. The intent was to provide great [aka French quality] bread in a town that was not famous for its bread baking. The first store opened in 2005 and now there are over…

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Chile Bacon and Eggs with Sweet Potato Hash from Breakfast Bowls by Caroline Griffiths

  In Breakfast Bowls, Caroline Griffiths suggests better and more complex ways to dive into your breakfast. No more corn flakes for Caroline. There are dishes here from around the world as this Australian based writer demonstrates the diversity of breakfast. In this dish, there’s a little something from almost every continent except Antarctica. And,…

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Peas, Ham & Eggs from 100 Ways with Eggs from Ryland Peters & Small

  Sometimes I am intrigued by a recipe’s ingredients. This dish begins by asking you for “a good glug of olive oil.” A glug? Sounds grand. In 100 Ways with Eggs you’ll discover an array of recipes that range from breakfast to appetizers to dinner and, of course, dessert. Here’s a main dish idea that…

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