Baked rice pudding

Ensconce yourself in a bowl of sweet, baked rice pudding infused with cinnamon and vanilla. Yum! See Full Recipe on taste.com.au

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Caramel, banana and pecan self-saucing pudding

When served steaing hot, a self-saucing pudding is one of winter’s most comforting, and delicious, desserts. See Full Recipe on taste.com.au

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Pea & ham soup

Serve this warming soup in generous sized soup mugs instead of bowls so everyone can wrap their cold hands around them. See Full Recipe on taste.com.au

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The french fry burger bun was inevitable, and we love it

A combination that has slipped under the radar – burgers and fries. The perfect pair is finally reaching their true potential in the over-the-top concoction. See Full Recipe on sheknows.com

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A peach cobbler recipe that’s just as good as Mom’s

Summer is here! A time for backyard barbecues, picnics, camping, and a dish of peach cobbler with a scoop of homemade vanilla ice cream. See Full Recipe on sheknows.com

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LENTILS CON PROSCIUTTO

A little prosciutto adds smoky flavor to this hearty bean saute. See Full Recipe on cookingchanneltv.com

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SALSICCIA CON CIMA DI RAPA: SAUSAGE WITH BROCCOLI RABE

Top chile-spiced broccoli rabe with a crisp link of the best Italian sausage you can find. See Full Recipe on cookingchanneltv.com

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CHICKEN PARMESAN

For this American-Italian classic, Tyler tops pan-fried, breaded chicken cutlets with fresh tomato sauce and mozzarella. See Full Recipe on cookingchanneltv.com

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Donegal Oatcakes

Made with just four ingredients—oatmeal, butter, water, and salt—these traditional Irish oatcakes are outstanding topped with good, creamy butter and sweet jam. See Full Story on saveur.com

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Irish Potato Bread

These squares of crispy potato flatbread are similar to potato farls, the fried potato bread that’s a traditional part of the Northern Irish breakfast known as an Ulster Fry. See Full Story on saveur.com

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