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If you don’t have time to make fresh sauerkraut, the bagged variety in the refrigerator section of your market is a great substitute. From “America Farm to Table,” by Mario Batali.
Find all these ingredients in the bulk section of co-ops and in packages in most grocery stores, or online. From “Gluten-Free Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day,” by Jeff Hertzberg and Zoë François.
Brandy Old-Fashioned (Wisconsin Style)Serves 1.Note: This variation comes from the Old-Fashioned bar in Madison, Wis. If you want to drink...
PEAR AND GOUDA SCONESMakes 8.Note: From “Ovenly,” by Agatha Kulaga and Erin Patinkin• 8 tbsp. chilled unsalted butter• 3 c....
Crispy GREEN-ONION Potato PancakesServes 4 to 6; makes 12 to 14 pancakes.• 6 green onions, light green and white part...
Here are the recipes for the winning Italian Almond Cookie and the four finalists in our Holiday Cookie Contest.
These cookies didn't make the final cut, but you'll still want to bake them.
Espresso-Hazelnut Truffle CookiesMakes about 3 dozen cookies.Note: This recipe must be prepared in advance. From finalist Cheryl Francke of Arden...
Macadamia Nut TartsMakes about 4 dozen cookies.Note: This recipe must be prepared in advance. From finalist Trish Cowle of Mendota...
Chocolate peppermint cookiesMakes about 2 dozen cookies.Note: From finalist Karen Evans of Minneapolis.For cookies:• 1 1/2 c. flour• 1/2 c....
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