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The French 75 is one of the most historic and historically popular cocktails ever created. It's been around since World War I and even appeared in Casablanca because it's simply that delicious. The floral and herby flavor of the gin pairs well with the tart lemon juice and the sparkling champagne. The French 75 helps ring in the new year with the taste of class and sophistication.

Posted: December 22
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Chicken Biryani (bir-ya-nee) offers flavors that practically dance and sing on your tongue! Every bite boasts melt-in-your-mouth chicken, softened onions, and the rich aromatic tastes of garlic, cumin, chili powder, and cilantro. With a fluffy foundation of Basmati rice absorbing all of these flavors, you have a potent dish that beautifully balances sweet, savory, citrus, and earthy notes. Topped with a light, tangy, and creamy cilantro coconut sauce, you'll be singing this delicacy's praises from the rooftops!

Posted: October 25
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Tear-and-share bread is a party-pleasing snack for good reason: it's just as satisfying to serve as it is to eat. Easy Monkey Bread is the pinnacle of tear-and-share bread for equally good reason: it's a rich, buttery, sweet marvel with hints of molasses and spice in every bite. Trust us, everyone is going to be tearing into it. Easy Monkey Bread comes together in 45 minutes or less and only requires five ingredients. Before you know it, you'll be finding every excuse to make more, even if it's just for an afternoon snack.

Posted: November 11
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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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Craving Asian-fusion fare? This slow cooker dish is sure to satisfy! It's fresh, easy, and delicious, and we'll bet most of these easy-to-find ingredients are already in your pantry!

Posted: July 26
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How can you tell if it's a good morning? Is the sun shining? Is the coffee hot and flavored to your liking? Is there a delicate warming aroma of cinnamon wafting through the house? For the latter, a few warm loaves of Amish Cinnamon Bread can provide just that! Every slice is enchanting, swirled with sweetness and spices, and as soft as only freshly baked bread can be! Good mornings begin with a hot cup of coffee and a slice (or three!) of Amish Cinnamon Bread.

Posted: December 7
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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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Ditch the canned baked beans for your upcoming cookout and whip up these delicious homemade baked beans. After all, they’re called the Best-Ever Baked Beans for a reason.

Posted: June 24
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This no-bake dessert lasagna is unlike anything you've ever had! Wow your guests with mouth-watering layers of Oreo crust, chocolate mousse, chocolate pudding, and whipped cream and marshmallow topping.

Posted: September 3