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What better than cheesy bits of mozzarella and pepperoni (or whatever “toppings” you prefer to turn into fillings) encased in a warm and steaming ball of dough?
The oats give these cookies a nice bite and texture to go along with the sweet and slightly bitter chocolate chips.
The hint of cinnamon and ginger are tempered with the molasses and sugar, making a spicy yet sweet cookie with a delightfully salty aftertaste.
These melt in your mouths (and hands!) and are light on the tongue yet are still rich and decadent.
This recipe builds on a classic French potato salad by adding the rich flavors of ingredients from the Provence region of France.
These were wonderfully light & thin with crispy, browned edges. The center is soft & melty and the entire cookie is so wonderfully chewy.
The smell while these cookies are baking is wonderfully reminiscent of the holiday season. The flavors are not overpowering and do not scream of all the spices used to make them.
The caprese salad is a wonderfully simple dish, focusing more on the quality of ingredients than on the length of preparation.
These burgers are meaty and moist, each hand-formed patty the perfect thickness, delivering with every bite a burst of flavor and seasoning.
The richness of the cheeses with the lightness of the crust and the freshness of the arugula makes for one wholly complete meal.
The combination of peanut butter and chocolate is yet another wonderful combination.
I’ve always wanted to replicate the lively flavors and textures of the beloved mall food but could never quite get it right. . .
Agedashi Tofu! A classic Japanese dish -- deep fried extra-firm silken tofu in a light, seaweed base broth, topped with green onions!