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This unique presentation of a buttery and rich bread pudding will have you thinking you are tasting cheesecake - it is that rich and good.The use of a spring-form mold (or 9-inch tart or quiche pan) dramatically changes the presentation to a dense lovely torte. The use of heavy cream makes for a thick and smooth interior. A great way to turn leftover egg bread, brioche or challah into a deluxe affair.

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Double or up the recipe as you need.  This is wonderful for Passover, Easter, brunches or wedding day luncheons. A Fiestaware egg dish is perfect for this.

A dense, dark spicy bread.

Another recipe inspired by Commander’s Palace of New Orleans. Puffy, fried hominy (cream of wheat or use cornmeal) croquettes topped with a spicy sausage and scrambled egg crown. We recommend Trappey’s Red Devil hot sauce with all our New Orlean’s recipes.

The Brennan family, like many landmark New Orlean restaurants has vowed to stay open and continue their family’s restaurant legacy. This is a coffeecake such as they serve at Commander’s Palace. It is rich, buttery and typical of our favorite American style sour cream coffeecakes. Serve with www.ThanksgivingCoffee laced with a dash of chicory. This is a sumptuous, golden, moist sour cream coffeecake to beat the band. If you collect sour cream coffeecakes, you have to try this one. Visit www.CommandersPalace.com in New Orleans.

 These very special recipes were commissioned for Costco for their 2011 Cooking the Costco Way Cookbook. The cookbook was free but disappeared like hotcakes. Some recipes of mine, and other chefs such as Jamie Oliver were posted online at Costco. And Ebay copies of this fabulous cookbook did a fast trade - who doesn't like Costco? Enjoy!

Take a cornbread base, add El Paso style taco filling, top with Monterey Jack and serve with a side of salsa, avocado slices, and sour cream and diced chilies. Whoa Nellie. This is best served in small hunks of chili and cornbread base - on a gorgeous Santa Fe style ceramic plate or Fiesta ware, alongside a mixed green salad and ice-cold iced tea and lime wedges.

So many cranberry scone recipes and yet, each one is different. This is one of my favorites and it make an exceptionallytender, flaky, crisp scone outside but soft and tender inside. At Thanksgiving it's a must at Thanksgiving. Make these small to serve as a side bread or dust with sugar before baking, to serve as dessert.

An exquisite blend, inspired by Dorset Cereals of the UK famed granola. This makes a noble cereal that tastes beautiful and looks gorgeous, packed up in cello bags and tied with a scarlet ribbon. Or use a huge Mason jar. Pack this in a basket with two Pier 1 bowls and the New York Times.

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