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Aida Mollenkamp packs tart (pomegranate), bitter (watercress, arugula) and sweet flavors (honey, pear) into this spic...

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This decadent pear-and-caramel trifle is perfect for a party because it can be made a day ahead and it serves a crowd...

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Excellent with coffee or tea, this moist cake has lots of crisp, salty, buttery crumbs on top. Slideshow: Great Cof...

At his Boston gastropub, Blue Dragon, star chef Ming Tsai will serve these Asian-accented sliders. They’re based on a...

This simple chocolate pot de crème is spiced with cinnamon and allspice. A touch of ground habanero chiles that ...

Chef Erik Bruner-Yang adds umami to the classic sugar-salt combination by spreading these crisp-chewy chocolate-chip ...

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