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The history and Recipe of this MidWest Classic

Sloppy Joes, the moist meaty sandwich offering the perfect combination of sweet, tangy, zesty and savoury flavours in every moreish mouthful. From brunch time to dinner time these satisfying sandwiches are a great way of feeding a crowd, a finger food that the whole family loves and a tasty burger alternative. Never tried one? The American …

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White Lady, A Norwegian Classic

Hi you all, I hope you all are doing great✨It has been a  busy week ( but not complaining just fun stuff) and I did not have time to post any recipe, but there has been a lot of baking going on this week. If it was not for me …

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5 Easy Ways To Make This Classic Summer Dish

With so many tomatoes on hand during the summer you are probably wondering what else you can make with them. Aside from a refreshing summer salad, you can consider making stuffed tomatoes. The classic fillings for stuffed tomatoes are rice (enriched with cheese, herbs or meat) and meat (most likely …

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Classic Apple Cake with almond paste

This apple cake is a classic. I got this recipe from my mom many years ago, she found it in a Norwegian magazine.I made a minor change to the original recipe by adding lemon juice to the cake batter and I added almond paste to the cake batter. I love how …

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The Effect of Classic Treasures

Each year, in both adult and children’s fiction, tens of thousands of new books come out, and to keep up would tax the powers of even the most voracious reader. So why should we bother with the classics, books that first saw the light of day decades or even centuries …

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Classic Tiramisu Recipe | Williams-Sonoma Taste

What is Tiramisu? This Italian classic is made up of delicate ladyfingers soaked in espresso and rum, layered with mascarpone custard and dusted with rich cocoa. Individual portions make a beautiful presentation; to make them, layer the soaked ladyfingers and custard in cups or bowls, cutting the ladyfingers as needed …

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