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Hermit cookies

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Spicy and sweet cookies packed with dried fruit and sometimes nuts, hermit cookies are a classic New England treat.

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Pumpkin spice is everywhere (again) this fall so why not join the fun with this delicious combination of pumpkin, spice, coffee, and chocolate for a decadent gluten-free pudding topped with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream? It may just give pumpkin pie a nudge at your holiday table.

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Diner en Blanc 4

Last Thursday evening – despite the rain, the endless stairs, rush hour, a surly MBTA officer – I arrived at Boston’s City Plaza with my date toting a picnic basket and table and chairs for another Diner en Blanc Boston, a pop-up secret dinner party with 1,000 other people dressed all in white.

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The dog days of August are in full swing and it is hot! These tiny popsicles made with just three ingredients are a refreshing pick-me-up in the middle of a summer afternoon.

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PoundCake

If you are ever stuck with a carton of sour cream, use it to make a sour cream pound cake. This easy recipe has a good crumb, moist enough to eat plain with a sprinkling of powdered sugar. It would be even better with a fresh berry compote.

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Serve the bright flavors of key lime pie for Pi Day (3.14) and then save a slice for a bit of green on St. Patrick’s Day.

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pecan pie 1This chocolate pecan pie is inspired by the the famous pie served in Kentucky each year for the Kentucky Derby. It’s so simple to make it’s a good choice for the holidays when you are juggling lots of other things.

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