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Black Forest Cake New recipes

Black Forest Cake

Drain the cherries, the juice from the compote is collected in a bowl. Carefully, so as not to crush or break the cherries, remove the seeds. Heat the oven. Separate the eggs: beat the egg whites, add the sugar and continue beating until they harden; add the yolks one by one, and at the end the flour mixed with cocoa and baking powder.

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Deviled Eggs Recipe New recipes

Deviled Eggs Recipe

ShutterstockEggs are one of my favorite things to eat, and this appetizer is timeless. Deviled eggs are great for showers because you can prepare them ahead. Just garnish them right before serving.Tip: Before you cook the eggs, poke a hole in each end of the eggs with a pin and they’ll be easier to peel after they’re cooked.

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8 Things You Didn’t Know About Brother Jimmy’s New recipes

8 Things You Didn’t Know About Brother Jimmy’s

New York-based Brother Jimmy’s, which has four locations in the city and additional locations in New Jersey, Long Island, Westchester, Connecticut, Washington, D.C., and Florida, is one of those restaurants where it’s always a party. But the food definitely doesn’t take a back seat. Here are eight things you didn’t know about this popular hangout.

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5 Fantastic Ways to Discover Key West New recipes

5 Fantastic Ways to Discover Key West

Key West, on the southernmost tip of the continental United States, is a culturally-rich area that offers fantastic Caribbean- and Southern-inspired cuisine in addition to its compelling history. There are plenty of activities and unusual landmarks to explore while you are visiting, or you can enjoy some downtime outdoors and relax by a pool or one of the local beaches.

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Asparagus and Pecorino New recipes

Asparagus and Pecorino

Prep 5minTotal10minServings4Not really Asparagus season anymore, but don& 39;t let that stop you. Unless you are one of those people who only eat locally grown food in season, then you should pause for a second before making this.MORE+LESS-ByTBSP KariUpdated September 20, 2016Ingredients1/2teaspoon fresh lemon juice2oz pecorino romano, diced and smashed into bits!

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Snow Peas with Pine Nuts and Mint New recipes

Snow Peas with Pine Nuts and Mint

Snow peas lightly sauteed and tossed with toasted pine nuts, mint, garlic, olive oil, and sesame oil.Photography Credit:Elise BauerSpring has sprung here in Northern California. The sweet peas are blossoming, the snap peas are climbing, and I have peas on my brain!Today I had a hankering for snow peas and cooked up a bunch this afternoon just for the heck of it.

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