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Fig and Almond Cake

Get ready to whip up a scrumptious Fig and Almond Cake that’s easy and oh-so-delicious! This recipe combines the natural sweetness of figs with the nutty goodness of almonds for a cake that’s perfect for any occasion. Whether you’re a seasoned baker or just starting out, you’ll love this one.

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Orzo and Meatballs with Tomato Sauce

As the calendar flips to September, we’re about to dive into the perfect dish that’s not only back-to-school friendly but also a warm and cozy hug on those cool autumn nights. Picture this: juicy, mouthwatering meatballs cozied up with Rice Select Orzo, all woven together.

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Apple Pie

This is the best Apple Pie you will ever have! The flaky crust is soft and buttery with a delicious apple filling. Every time I think about this pie, I feel like making it right away!

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California Wine Month

September is California Wine Month! My friends from CAGrown and California Wines invited me to visit the Monterey area to see some of the wineries and vineyards that produce wine in that beautiful region of California.

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Chocolate Mousse

I just love this smooth chocolate mousse packed with chocolate flavor! It is so quick, simple and easy to make that you will make it and will become your new favorite dessert!

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Lemon Loaf Cake

This is one of the best cakes for teatime. It is super spongy, sweet and with an incredible lemon flavor!  I love this type of cake for breakfast, or any other time of

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Focaccia with Cherry Tomatoes and Rosemary

This delicious Focaccia combines the sweetness of cherry tomatoes with the fragrant aroma of fresh rosemary.

The dough is light and airy, and the tomatoes burst with flavor as they bake. With a golden crust and a tender interior, this Focaccia is perfect as a standalone snack, a side dish, or even as a base for sandwiches.

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