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    A Game-Day Chili Menu

    Chili is the perfect game-day meal; you can make it ahead so you don't miss any of the action.

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    Honey-Nut Bars

    Some flavor combinations bring out the best in one other:  maple and walnut, lemon and ginger, apples and honey, blueberry and lime, chocolate and just about anything. Honey and nuts…

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    Blueberries Star in Summer Desserts

    To bring out the best in this summer fruit, choose simple flavor pairings that let the berries shine through

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    A Cookie for Every Occasion

    Baker Abby Dodge shares her seven favorite cookies for the holidays

  • Recipe

    Macadamia Double-Decker Brownie Bars

    These gorgeous two-layer bars have a brownie base topped with a gooey nut-and-coconut-studded topping.

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    Turn a mistake into rave reviews

    I recently made a batch of the blondies (from Fine Cooking #82) but made the mistake of baking them too long. The result was a batch of hard, inedible bars.…

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    Cutting fudge uniformly

    I give gifts of fudge during the holiday season and have discovered an easy way to cut them into uniform pieces. I make a template out of paper that is…

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    Lemon Desserts

    Sunny, sweet-tart endings for any meal

  • Recipe

    Peanut Butter & Chocolate Shortbread Bars

    Upgrade the classic bar cookie with the buttery tenderness of a shortbread crust. These crowd-pleasing bars are covered with a creamy peanut butter spread and bittersweet chocolate ganache.

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    Lemon Shortbread Bars

    Making the crust of these classic lemon bars with melted (rather than softened) butter keeps it nice and crisp, in contrast to the creamy lemon filling.

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