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Gourmet Delights Apr 17
BLT Simple, classic, perfect
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Pack the "wet pieces" sepatately (tomatoes et al) and assemble the sandwich when it is lunchtime
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Gourmet Delights Apr 17
Mix prepared mustard with truffle honey and truffle salt. Amazing on a ham sandwich with arugula
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Top Ingredients Apr 17
Strawberry jam and cheddar cheese sandwich - a match made in heaven!
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Complete Pantry Apr 17
Q2 Grilled Cheese….. what types of cheeses do you prefer? Any special twists to make this classic extra special?
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Complete Pantry Apr 17
Q1 Tea parties, baby showers, garden parties…. Build some fun finger sandwiches…..
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Complete Pantry Apr 17
This week’s theme is SANDWICHES… including , tips, uses…
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Complete Pantry Apr 17
is at 4PM Eastern (UTC -4). That is 5 minutes from now Today’s theme is SANDWICHES Please join us fellow
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Gourmet Delights Apr 17
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Complete Pantry Apr 10
Thank you everyone for making this 250 th a success I really appreciate you being here today!
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Gourmet Delights Apr 10
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Gourmet Delights Apr 10
Sage vinaigrette: Sage + Dijon + extra virgin olive oil + apple cider vinegar
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fish and aromatic herbs is always outstanding. Try a whole snapper stuffed with sage, oregano and thyme
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Gourmet Delights Apr 10
If you soak dried bay leaves, then drape them around chicken or pork kebabs, you get a bay flavor without slow cooking
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Bay Leaves were used to recognize academic scholars’ and poets’ achievements. The term "Baccalaureate," means Laurel Berries
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Top Ingredients Apr 10
The savory woodsy aroma of bay pairs well with herbs like parsley, sage, rosemary, thyme, and oregano
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Gourmet Delights Apr 10
Fennel Pollen is a "secret ingredient" that will surprise and amaze
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Complete Pantry Apr 10
Q2 Share your great , uses and tips for FENNEL
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Want the classic Italian flavors? Use the following: garlic, onion, basil, oregano, thyme, parsley, and marjoram
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Gourmet Delights Apr 10
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