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Zebra-Striped Shortbread Cookies

Zebra-Striped Shortbread Cookies Recipe Why choose between the two greats, vanilla and chocolate? Each bite of this art deco shortbread has just the right amount of both. Stacking the dough in alternating colors and then smushing them into a roll is as easy as making shapes with Play-Doh.
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HA KAO shells in tomato sauce

For a start, I washed the shells very well and boiled them in salted water, put the lid on and let it boil. When they start to open, I transferred them to another bowl in which I added the glass of wine, two cloves of finely ground garlic, herbes en provence, salt, pepper and let it penetrate well.
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Modernist Cuisine Releasing Photography Book

& 39;The Photography of Modernist Cuisine& 39; will be out Oct. 22, 2013Modernist Cuisine& 39;s Nathan Myhrvold has just announced their third book, although this time, there won& 39;t be any recipes.The third book from the Modernist Cuisine team will be a photography book, with 399 photos compiled into The Photography of Modernist Cuisine.
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Asian Spicy Cucumber Honey Green Recipe

Ingredients10 slices cucumber(about 1/4-inch thick)2 slices lime (about 1/4-inch thick)Pinch of ground red pepper1 bottle Pure Leaf™ Not Too Sweet Honey Green TeaDirectionsMethod: Crush cucumber, lime and red pepper with wooden spoon in 1-quart glass measuring cup. Stir in Pure Leaf™ Not Too Sweet Honey Green Tea.
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Chocolate Panforte Candies

Chocolate Panforte Candies Recipe Ingredients1/2 cup quartered dried black Mission figs (3 1/2 ounces)1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg1/4 teaspoon ground cloves1 1/4 teaspoons grated orange peel, divided1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon2/3 cup (scant) hazelnuts, toasted1 cup bittersweet or semisweet chocolate chips14 standard paper muffin baking cupsRecipe PreparationCook first 5 ingredients and 1 teaspoon orange peel in heavy small saucepan over medium-high heat until liquid forms thick syrup that coats figs, stirring occasionally, about 6 minutes.
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The Definitive Guide to Hungarian Paprika

Quick! Name two Hungarian dishes. How about paprikash and goulash? And what do they have in common? Why, paprika, of course! If ever a whole country was linked to one seasoning, Hungary and paprika would top the list.While paprika is a Hungarian word, the paprika plant, Capsicum annuum, has its roots in the New World, brought to Europe by the Spanish and Portuguese.
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