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Armenian New Year Porridge with Wheat Berries | ANOUSHABOUR

 

Armenian New Year’s + Christmas Porridge with Wheat Berries, Dried Fruit + Nuts | ANOUSHABOUR

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le Shoppe | Oh Baby! Pink Ombre Buttercream Cake

 

le Shoppe | Oh Baby!  Pink Ombre Buttercream Cakephoto credits: Natasha Boghosian, Arbi Avanessian

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How-To Cut + Decorate Semolina Cakes Soaked in Syrup

 

le Shoppe @ l'Atelier de Christine | How-To Cut + Decorate Semolina Cakes Soaked in Syrup

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Pumpkin Almond Pound Cake

 

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Citrus Fruit Marmalade Tart

 

The recipe comes from The Big Sur Bakery Cookbook; a crostata, rustic tart or pie, with bitter orange chocolate marmalade, almond pastry cream (frangipane) and seasonal citrus fruits.

 

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Pumpkin Almond Pound Cake Recipe

 

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Gateau Amandine | Almond Pound Cake Recipe

 

A dense, sweet, fine-textured almond flavored pound cake that is soft on the inside and hard on the outside.

 

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In The Kitchen, Five Impromptu Colorful Winter Salads

 

Recipe: Red Wheat Berries Salad with Beets, Watercress and Goat Cheese Tossed in Clementine Vinaigrette

 

Wheat berries are unprocessed kernels of wheat with just the husk removed, hence reserving all the grain goodness.  I love using hard spring or winter red grains because of their nutty flavor and chewy texture, for the fact that they don’t lose their shape throughout the cooking process and that they taste even better the longer they sit in the dressing.

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Tuscan Almond Biscotti Recipe |Cantucci di Prato

 

These simple flavored crunchy Tuscan almond biscotti are meant to be dunked in vin santo, an amber-colored Italian dessert wine.

We have s simple recipe here.  You start by sifting together some flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt into a bowl.

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