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For some, Scottish eggs are an acquired taste, but with a crispy outside and a delicious, soft inside, this recipe will quickly find its way onto your brunch menu.
By Helen Polaski
Poppy seed salad dressing is the perfect accompaniment to fruit salads or salads where fruit has been mixed in. Light and sweet or creamy and indulgent, dressings featuring poppy seeds are always good for those with a sweet tooth.
By Rachel Mork
Basic electric blenders aren't usually worth taking to a repair shop should they become broken. Labor charges would surely be more than the cost of a new blender.
By Philip Lop
If you're looking for a decadent treat to serve with coffee, you just can't get any more scrumptious than a plate of Italian biscotti cookies. If you'd like to learn how to make biscotti, these perfect Italian biscotti recipes will help you get started.
By Rachel Mork
When it comes to warming up the palate, especially in the early morning hours, this hot pepper jelly recipe does the trick admirably. The flavors of sugar and hot peppers was first infused in the early 1970's in Lake Jackson, Texas, when it was decided that the spicy taste of the jalapeno-one of Texas's two official peppers-was the perfect taste to wake up to.
By Helen Polaski
This safari supper seems to travel all over the world, bringing together surprising ingredients that create an especially savory dish.
Mastering a good Swedish pancake recipe is pretty easy, yet the results are sure to please. Thin, delicate and buttery, they are a nice change from traditional homemade pancakes.
By Jenney Cheever
This super-spicy tuna is ideal for your guests who like it hot.
Cooking kale is just as easy as sautéing some spinach or broccoli. However, a few tips may come in handy when it's time to tackle a kale-filled meal or side dish.
By Kristen Oliveri
This chicken tortilla soup recipe has it all: It's extremely healthy, and can be matched with any number of Mexican appetizers.
By Kristen Oliveri
The best cream cheese brownies taste almost like cheesecake and brownies swirled together. The vanilla cream cheese provides just the right contrast to the deep fudge brownie, making this luscious dessert fit for company or for sale at a bake sale.
By Rachel Mork
Learn how to save money by freezing extra homemade or store-bought bread for later use.
By Jessie See
This portobello mushroom burger recipe gets added flavor and richness from dark sesame oil and swiss cheese. You don't have to be a vegetarian to love this Asian-insipred flavor combination.
By Helen Polaski
Healthy salads make other holiday indulgences a little less guilt-ridden. If you want to add a little bit of the holiday spirit to a quick salad recipe, try creating this healthy salad recipe with romaine lettuce, radicchio and figs.
By Nicole Henderson Auger
Learn some basic tips on grilling a steak if you want to prepare the best steak during your next outdoor grilling extravaganza. Grilling is an art, and with this type of artwork, each artist uses his or her own style and seasonings. 
By Helen Polaski
Coconut macaroons recipe are a fun and popular variation of the traditional macaroon. You can experiment with the amount of coconut or vanilla extract used in your recipe depending upon your personal taste.
By Kristen Oliveri
Tea, the drink, has been around for thousands of years. People were drinking tea centuries before the Roman Empire.
By Rochelle Valasek
The thought of chocolate mayonnaise cake might seem unappealing, but you will be surprised to learn that the secret ingredient that keeps most cakes moist and fluffy is none other than mayonnaise. By using mayonnaise, you can throw out the eggs and the oil. 
By Kristen Oliveri
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