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Traditional Cooking Spoons

from Michaels

Wilton® Parchment Paper

Sweet to Stir Candy Dessert Spoons - Make these Candy Dessert Spoons for a cute and sweet holiday gift for friends. They also make a fun activity for the kids when they're home for winter break. Use the Wilton Candy Spoon Mold to make these edible spoons.

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Southern Fried Cornbread/How Cakes 1 1/2 cups self-rising cornmeal 2/3 cups buttermilk or can use regular milk, too 1 egg 1/2 teaspoon salt 2/3 cup oil (I use canola oil) for cooking Mix meal, milk, egg and salt together. Drop by spoonful into hot oil. Brown on one side then turn and fry until golden brown on both sides.

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from Global Table Adventure

Romanian Stuffed Cabbage Leaves | Sarmale

Romanian Stuffed Cabbage | Sarmale- Making these today all on my own, though usually my Romanian friend does it for me ;)

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from eBay

Mint Chocolate Chip Snowball Cookies

Mint Chocolate Chip Snowball Cookies - the EASIEST cookie EVER and it just melts in your mouth! The perfect addition to your holiday cookie tray! | eBay

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from A Cedar Spoon

Homemade Minestrone Soup

Homemade Minestrone Soup~ A tomato-based hearty soup that is packed with vegetables and beans. If you love a traditional Italian minestrone soup then you will love this version made with Classico Riserva pasta sauce!

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from everythingkitchens.com

Island Bamboo Traditional Cooking Spoon

The Island Bamboo 40137 cooking spoon helps you to stir or scrape faster and more efficiently. These beautiful cooking spoons are made of bamboo the worlds most renewable resource. $7.99

from SAVEUR

Irish Stew

From SAVEUR Issue #168In this traditional warming stew from the Emerald Isle, lamb shoulder is rendered spoon-tender by a simmer and then a long, slow bake with plenty of filling potatoes and aromatic carrots and onions. For bright color and a bit of verdant sweetness, green peas are tossed in toward the end of the cooking.

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from Condospalillos. Recetas japonesas y fotografía gastronómica

Cocina japonesa para principiantes. Utensilios básicos.

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