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Turkish-style Roast Quince recipe

RecipesDish typeDessertThis Turkish dessert made with quince tastes wonderful directly from the oven served with ice cream, cream or mascarpone. Perfect for an autumn dinner party dessert, when quince is in season.5 people made thisIngredientsServes: 6 3 large quinces (approximately 1.5kg in weight)80g butter6 tablespoons sugarmascarpone or cream to serveMethodPrep:5min ›Cook:2hr ›Ready in:2hr5minLine a baking tray with aluminium foil and preheat the oven to 190 C / Gas 5.
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Weeknight Chicken Parmesan

Dinner during the week is often not allotted a lot of time, so this recipe using Del Monte& 39;s canned diced tomatoes and canned green beans helps you put together a delicious and healthy meal in minutes.Click here to see 10 Best Back-of-the-Can RecipesIngredients2 Tablespoons olive oil1 Tablespoon minced garlicTwo 14.
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Champagne Review: Paul Goerg

The French champagne house serves as a fine introduction to the world of bubblesA review of Paul Georg champagne.Jean-Philippe Moulin could have simply retired in 2007 when he stepped down as head winemaker at Champagne Ruinart, champagne’s oldest House. Instead he joined Champagne Paul Goerg as managing director and head winemaker, choosing to learn about champagne from the point of view of the growers.
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Retro 5 & Diner chain looks to grow

Bob Watson, owner of the 5 & Diner restaurant chain, is hoping to tap into customer nostalgia as he relaunches the retro restaurant chain.5 & Diner began serving classic diner food — burgers, fries, shakes, meat loaf, pot roast, turkey dinners and eggs — in Phoenix, Ariz., in 1989, in a setting reminiscent of the ’50s and ’60s.
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Lassi Recipe

This is the most traditional of all hot Indian summer thirst quenchers. It can be drunk on its own or as an accompaniment to a spicy Indian meal.Adapted from & 34;A Reader& 39;s Cookbook& 34; by Judith Choate.Ingredients2 cups lemon-flavored or plain yogurt1 cup ice cold water3 tablespoons sugar2 teaspoons fresh lemon or lime juice6 ice cubes6 sprigs fresh mintDirectionsCombine the yogurt with the water, sugar, and citrus juice in a blender jar.
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