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The history of chicken fricassee is a long one, bouncing back and forth from England to France, before traveling to America to become one of our favorite comfort foods (it was a personal favorite of Abraham Lincoln). Abe's Chicken Fricassee with Apples is a refreshing take on this classic dish, with sweet, stewed apples nestled in a creamy, savory sauce. The sauce alone is worth trying out; it's tangy and rich, a perfect complement to the crispy, juicy chicken. Abe's Chicken Fricassee with Apples is intensely relaxing, with flavors that both soothe and excite!

Posted: January 7
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Classic bread pudding takes leftover bread and transforms it into a sweet, creamy, and pillowy-soft dessert. Classic apple pie features tart, fruity apples in cinnamon spices. Both are beloved treats... so why not combine them into something even more delicious? Apple Pie Bread Pudding has the richness of bread pudding and the spiced autumn flavor of apple pie in every bite! When topped with a smooth maple cream sauce, you'll keep finding excuses to make Apple Pie Bread Pudding over and over again!

Posted: November 3
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The first recipes of Dutch Apple Pie appeared in 1514 and have been largely unchanged in over 500 years. Probably because when you have something this delicious, there's no need for improvement. Dutch Apple Pie is filled with jammy, sweet, and tart apples and is blanketed by a crumbly, streusel-like crust and topping; every bite is a delightful balance of gooey and crunchy. This is a light and fruity treat that's sure to satisfy your craving for autumnal sweetness.

Posted: December 2
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Need a quick, cheap, and tasty meal for dinner? Then try this absolutely delicious Apple Pork Chops recipe! This sweet and tender dish—with its fresh herbs, flavorful seasonings, and delightfully sweet apples—will fill your stomach in the best way. Pair with your favorite potato or veggie for a meal you'll come back to time and time again.

Posted: October 7
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The color of summer is the ruby red of this beverage with the sun shining through it. Easy Red Sangria is sweet and fruity, brimming with delicious flavors. You'll be buzzing with joy as you sip from your Easy Red Sangria. It's the perfect way to stay cool during cookouts on blazing summer days!

Posted: November 19
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Baking brie cheese brings out its full buttery and creamy taste and texture; it's no wonder baked brie has seen such a spike in popularity. Baked Brie and Cranberry Sauce take this appetizer in a new Thanksgiving direction! The richness of the brie creates a wonderful contrast to the tart sweetness of the cranberries and the crunch of toasted hazelnuts. Make sure you have plenty of crackers to serve with your Baked Brie and Cranberry Sauce because you're going to want to keep dipping into it!

Posted: November 10
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Love Key Lime Pie? It’s easier to make than you think! Follow this recipe for the perfect homemade Key Lime Cream Pie.

Posted: August 31
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Deliciously seasoned, moist salmon ready in just 25 minutes! Salmon is a wonderful, healthy dinner option for any night of the week. The best part about this preparation? There is zero cleanup! Serve with a side salad or wild rice for a well-rounded meal.

Posted: June 3
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Mildred's Cranberry Orange Relish walks the line between a dinner side and dessert—to famously delicious effect! Combining tart, wintery cranberries with the sunny, summery sweetness of oranges, this relish is pleasingly zesty and refreshing no matter the meal or season. Mildred's Cranberry Orange Relish can lighten a heavy meat dish, cut through the richness of gravy, or serve as a unique topping to vanilla ice cream. A quick and easy-to-make pick-me-up and a vibrant twist on classic cranberry sauce all at once!

Posted: November 3
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Warm, delicious, and moist—what's not to love about this amazing Blue-Ribbon Banana Bread recipe? Try it out for yourself! Your kids will go absolutely bananas for this classic banana bread breakfast!

Posted: September 16