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Apples, raisins and dried cherries, along with a hot toffee sauce, make this bread pudding cake an easy delight. It is comfort food at its finest hour. Bake it, slice it and serve with the addictive sauce for a surprisingly decadent cake. You can use leftover challah or croissants for this recipe. This test cake went to a local writer's meeting for their Christmas party where it caused a stir sans proper punctuation. I serve it for non occasions too...which make those times into occasions.

Goodbye plain old flapjacks, hello Paris bistro. These are part white flour, part rustic buckwheat crepes, filled with tart-sweet new strawberries and annointed with warm maple syrup.

This lovely pink lemonade is an elixir like no other. It makes a strawberry rhubarb concentrate that keeps refrigerated. Just add sparking water and ice, to taste. A perfect beverage for tea parties or spring/summer weddings.

A local bakery puts out samples of their newest creations each week. Premier Moisson in Montreal is a great bakery chain, offering French style breads with American efficiency. Most of their breads are good but this one was excellent. It is so simple but each bite of olive oil graced bread, topped with fresh summer tomatoes, big fat, pitted black olives, and slivers of onion is unbelievably, surprisingly incredible. Don’t make the mistake of thinking simple is not exciting. This bread is. It makes two small rounds.

I would serve this with salad or many cold salads, grilled chicken or salmon, or with hunks of different cheeses and slivers of procuitto or the spiciest, thinnest imported salami available.

 

Sun Tea is the old reliable of ice teas. You slow seep tea bags in a bottle of water and let the sun do it’s work. A few hours later, you have a mellow tea that you sweeten with sugar or honey, add a few lemons, pour over ice and you’ll all set. A Panama hat and a hammock is all you need. This doesn’t keep as well as boiling-water brewed tea but it’s also always gone in a day or two – such is the nature of a good quencher.

Everyone needs something easy, fruity, and a good keeping cake. This one works with any pie fillin but blueberry makes for a fabulous tasting and good looking cake. The crumb topping is just the perfect final touch.

Usually we think of apples when we think of an old-fashioned crisp but ripe, sweet autumn pears are wondrous in this dish. Just use rip flavorful pears such as Bosc or Anjou or a combination of a few pear varieties. A touch of cranberries brings some added to colour and a light touch of spice makes this a portrait in sensuous fall flavors.

Shortcake by any other name, in any guise. This is so good; no wonder some 2500 people have downloaded this favourite BB recipe. Berries and a coating of Swiss chocolate on a buttery scone, aka rich, buttery shortcake base. This recipe is the bomb which explains why it is downloaded constantly. It has shades of country fair crossed with Black Forest Cake - Nothing but nothing is as fresh, decadent, and easy or crowd-pleasing as this cake.

3 Great Recipes, One Great Price $1.99. Enjoy this special holiday offernig of an Apple Dessert Collection from Marcy Goldman's BetterBakning.com. This trio of showstopping gourmet apple recipes for your Thanksgiving table includes a fragrant Applesauce Sour Cream Pound Cake, warm, New England Apple Cider Doughnuts to enjoy by the fire and a lusicous Apple Cinnamon and Vanilla Crostata Tart. For a limited time, all three recipes for one price, $1.99!

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