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Hot and Sour Soup Recipe Cooking Show

Hot and Sour Soup Recipe With Shrimp and BBQ Chinese Pork.

Added: 1441 days ago by samson6

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Spicy Hot Chocolate for Valentine's Day

Miranda Valentine, founder/editor of the popular lifestyle blog, Everything Sounds Better in French, shows us how to make a treat that is sure to spice up your Valentine's Day: spicy hot chocolate!

Added: 1455 days ago by samson6

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Red Applesauce Mold Valentine's Day Recipe Coockery Show

Dissolve 1 large package of cherry Jello in 2 cups of boiling water, along with 3/4 cup red hot cinnamon candy. Cool some. Add 2 cups applesauce, and stir to combine completely. Pour gelatin mixture into a clear bowl, or a Valentine heart mold. (You may unmold the Jello on a flat plate, or just serve it from the mold or serving bowl.) This is a romantic additon to a special dinner! Happy Valentine's Day!

Added: 1462 days ago by raj2010

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Red Applesauce Mold Valentine's Day Recipe Coockery Show

Dissolve 1 large package of cherry Jello in 2 cups of boiling water, along with 3/4 cup red hot cinnamon candy. Cool some. Add 2 cups applesauce, and stir to combine completely. Pour gelatin mixture into a clear bowl, or a Valentine heart mold. (You may unmold the Jello on a flat plate, or just serve it from the mold or serving bowl.) This is a romantic additon to a special dinner! Happy Valentine's Day!

Added: 1462 days ago by raj2010

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Clove-Studded Red Cinnamon Pears Recipe Cookery Show

Stud each pear quarter with a few whole cloves. Put into sterilized 1 quart glass jar with screw lid. Combine reserved pear syrup, sugar, and cinnamon drops in a saucepan. Bring to a boil over medium heat, stirring constantly. Reduce heat and simmer for 15 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add a few drops of red food coloring, if deeper red color is desired. Let cool for about ½ hour, and then pour over studded pear quarters and seal. Refrigerate. Serve as a condiment for ham or other meats, or as a topping for ice cream. This makes about 10 pear quarters and will keep in the refrigerator about 1 week. Note: You must make this addition to your holiday table at least one day ahead, in order to get the pears to absorb the clove and cinnamon flavor and the bright red color. This will be a dramatic addition to your meal! Enjoy!

Added: 1467 days ago by raj2010

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