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Rosette rolls

Make dough as directed; divide into 24 portions. Shape into balls; roll each into a 10-inch rope. Bring bottom end up and tuck into center of roll; wrap top end around an tuck under roll. Let…

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Salting Eggplants

Salting an eggplant draws out some of the moisture, giving the flesh a denser texture. This means it will give off less moisture and absorb less fat during cooking. Salting may cut some of the…

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sand dollar place card

You don't have to spend a lot of cash to create attractive place cards for your clam bake. Look for sand dollars about 2 to 4 inches in circumference at the beach or a craft store. Write the name…

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Santa Hat-Topped Truffle

If you thought truffles couldn’t get any cuter, we found a way to dress them up! For an extra-special touch—and to complement the candy’s slight citrus flavor—roll Dark Chocolate Orange Truffles…

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Santa's Workshop Cupcakes

For each beach ball, cut Fruit Roll-Ups into thin oval shapes with pointed ends to resemble the sections of a beach ball. Press the shapes side-by-side, alternating the colors, onto a hard candy…

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Saving Toffee

Sometimes when you make toffee, the ingredients separate during cooking and there is a buttery layer on top and a thicker layer underneath. To save the batch of toffee, add about 1/2 cup hot…

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Savory Stuffed Roast Is Sure to Impress

On a cutting board, slice the pork loin length-wise three-quarters of the way through the meat. Open the slices to lie flat and spoon the filling onto one side. Fold the other side of the roast…

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School Days Place Cards

Use mini chalkboards with guests names printed with white chalk.

Polish green and red apples scatted on table along with yearbooks, old books and lunch boxes to create a perfect school days…

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Scoring and Studding Ham

With a sharp knife, make diagonal cuts in a diamond pattern about 1/2 in. deep in the surface of the ham. Push a whole clove into the point of each diamond.

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Scrambling Eggs

Pour beaten egg mixture into prepared skillet. As eggs begin to set, gently move a spatula across the bottom and sides of pan, allowing the uncooked eggs to flow underneath.

Continue to cook…

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