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Sformato Di Cavolofiore or Cauliflower Pie from Anne Bianchi

People have odd reactions to cauliflower. It’s considered strange or ugly, so I think a majority of people have never cooked it at home. If you have young children, saying “Eat your cauliflower” is likely to cause domestic rebellion. It is an acquired taste. The first records of cauliflower date to the 6th century B.C.…

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Mixed Berry Galette from Dessert of the Day by Kim Laidlaw

Kim Laidlaw’s Dessert of Day has lovely recipe ideas for every single day of the year. This gallant galette is perfect for the coming 4th of July holiday. On the 4th, you may be overbooked. There’s the fireworks, of course, but also that feast before. Perhaps a picnic, soccer games or a family outing. You…

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Pimento Cheese Tomato Pie from Pimento Cheese: The Cookbook

Ever been in the Deep South in the deep of summer? It’s hot. Hothouse hot. That makes the land just about ideal for tomatoes. Along the byways you’ll see acres and acres of green leaves studded with red balls. At times it seems you would be knee deep in tomatoes if you got out of…

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Strawberry Rhubarb Pie from Ken Haedrich

  Some of us lead double lives. Or at least 1.5 of them. Ken Haedrich is an inspired cookbook author [Pie] and Dean of the Pie Academy. You can join the Pie Academy for low tuition. Actually, it’s free. And then you get emails like I just did  with a link to Ken’s treatise on Strawberry…

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