Shredded turkey in a tomato-based soup is jazzed up with herbs and spices for a rich and warming alternative to leftover turkey sandwiches.
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A sweet, sweet cranberry salad that everyone will think is dessert. Sugared cranberries are combined with crushed pineapple and miniature marshmallows and chilled overnight. Just before serving, this lovely concoction is folded into freshly whipped cream and sliced bananas. Serves six.
As a little boy I grew up helping my mother make apple and fruit pies. She was from Cork in southern Ireland so I’m guessing the recipe is Irish and possibly the same one her mother taught her. Sadly my mum is no longer with us, but her legendary apple pie lives on in my memory. I promise you will love this pie!
A carved shark made from a pear slice and floating dill seaweed make this aquatic-inspired dessert fun for the whole family.
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East meets West with this sensational chicken salad made with curry and chutney. For a fancy presentation, line a platter with red leaf lettuce, and top with cream puff shells that have been stuffed with salad (small shells for appetizers or large shell for main dish).
This slow-simmered chicken soup is full of flavor – and delicious herbed matzo balls. If you make it in a pressure cooker, the long simmering time is reduced to just 45 minutes.
Delicious portabello mushrooms cooked with wine, garlic and parsley enhances a creamy rich and ready-made Alfredo sauce. Serve over cheese tortellini for a quick yet impressive dish.
For a South-East Asian treat, try these grilled pork skewers, marinated in a spicy tropical peanut sauce.