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A personal apple pie. The reward for a job well done using leftover pastry scraps.
No ho-hum plum pie. A layer of dark chocolate, creamy frangipane and a light custard set this plum tart apart.
This palate cleanser is gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan and plum-friendly. Not bad for a tiny scoop.
Plum Frangipane Tart: Easy, tasty and fun to say.
A gluten-free, vegan soup so tasty even the meat lovers will ask for more.
Gluten-free and chewy? Yup. These ginger cookies will please even the fussiest eater.
Roasted Squash and Pear Soup is a wonderful way to bring in the fall.
Sweet pastry, dark chocolate and rich cream turn simple pears into a decadent tart. No ice cream necessary.
Pate sucree, a sweet pastry perfect for fruit tarts.
Honey Roasted Pears with Peppercorns. Started out as a salad. Ended up as a dessert. How'd that happen?
Spicy Roasted Cauliflower with Cilantro Sauce. Need I say more?
A classic Tim Hortons double-double coffee makes this a moist, rich chocolate cake.
Peaches and blueberries are a winning combination for this upside-down cake.
Peaches pair up with arugula, smoked cheddar and crunchy almonds in an easy and tasty salad.
Frozen Lemon Pavlova is more work than pie, but definitely worth the effort (and calories).
Bye-bye leathery store brand dried tomatoes. Hello chewy homemade.
Classic lemon pie in ice cream form. Perfect in this summer heat.
A simple, refreshing way to beat the summer heat.
Cocoa, oatmeal and chocolate chips make these simple cookies a decadent treat.
What makes chocolate chip cookies even better? Browned butter.
Watermelon Agua Fresca- simple, refreshing, delicious.
Seeking my revenge on this pesky weed one dandelion salad at a time.
Orange coffee cake: a subtle, moist dessert that's perfect with coffee -- or tea.
This classic lemon meringue pie is easy to make and sure to please.
Welsh Griddle Cakes: An old-fashioned treat cooked right on your stove top.
Maple, nuts and soft cheese make this salad a simple but sensational addition to any meal.
Honey and cumin make carrots something special.
Find winter vegetables boring? Balsamic vinegar, garlic and pine nuts give Swiss chard a boost.
Not a pancake fan? Get your Mardi Gras fat with these savory cheese cookies.
These light as air vanilla cupcakes can be made plain or with a hint of lavender.
Turned off by gray broccoli and jaundiced cauliflower. Here's how to keep cooked veggies bright and appealing.
Leftovers from Apple Roasted Chicken turn pumpkin soup into something worth blogging about.
Forget Nesquik. This hot chocolate is just warm ganache in a cup.
Spicy Green Beans warm up a winter meal.