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A 3-ingredient dessert our readers loved and returned to again and again.
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When a shrimp recipe is this good-looking, we feel we have no other choice than to acknowledge it by putting “gorgeous” in its title—and this dish gets bonus points for also being easy to execute. See recipe. We think of shrimp scampi as garlic butter shrimp, a.k.a. See recipe. Who can resist crispy shrimp patties and shredded cabbage nestled between toasted brioche buns?
Dump and bake. That's it!
From international street foods to classic carnival treats, we present a roundup of crispy delights that you can make at home, believe it or not.
Mincemeat pies are a great treat for the holiday season. Find out which ingredients, pastry types, and toppings can help you create gourmet mince pies at home.
Shortbread has never tasted this good.
This classic cake is "always the center of attention at the dessert table.”
One recipe, endless possibilities.
I'll wait in line again and again for this toasty treat.
Tuna salad can make a quick, but tasty weeknight meal. But there's a simple twist that will add a new flavor profile. Simply switch mayo for Caesar dressing.
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Thanks to my Italian heritage, panettone has always held a place of honour at the Christmas table. Despite loving traditional Christmas pudding, I’ve long since given up serving it as I’m the only one in my family who eats it – and there’s only so many leftover solutions I can summon up. This year, it seems, many Brits feel the same way, and panettone is so in demand that it’s outstripping Christmas pudding sales.
You can do more complicated decorations – and get out your piping bag – if you enjoy that kind of thing, but snowy Christmas trees always seem lovely to me. Make sure to get royal icing sugar instead of the regular kind – it gives you a thicker mixture, which coats biscuits more effectively – and add the juice little by little. You can colour the icing if you like – use a dot of food colouring on the tip of a cocktail stick to colour a portion of it. Pale blue looks beautifully frosty, or you ca
Stock up on sweet treats for your family this holiday season — or for yourself!
Make with chicken – as you might be serving these before you’ve cooked your turkey – or with turkey if the tea is after Christmas Day. Work as carefully as possible to produce neat sandwiches.
Gather everything you need for the coziest hot chocolate experience and find some drawer space because this viral trend will keep you cozy all winter.
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