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Brunch Pan Bread with Bacon, Asparagus, Ricotta and Egg

Loaded with fresh springtime flavors, this pan bread is sure to be a hit with kids and overnight guests. Enjoy for breakfast, brunch and get-togethers.

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Berry Clafoutis

A baked French custard, clafoutis (pronounced kla-foo-TEE) is perfectly suited for the Northwest whether using berries or cherries. A wonderful addition to brunch or a sweet end to dinner.

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Seared Pork Chops with Lemon, Haloumi Cheese and Couscous

This quick and simple meal is great for busy evenings. Greek haloumi cheese adds a delicious and unique twist. Kasseri or kefalotyri cheeses can be substituted.

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Thai-Marinated Beef Stir-Fry with Fresh Chili-Lime Sauce

This colorful Thai dish, featuring beef sirloin, fennel, cherry tomatoes, red onion, snow peas, ginger, basil and cilantro, gets an extra punch of sweet citrus flavor from a fresh chili-lime sauce.

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Torta Caprese

First made on the Italian island of Capri, this irresistible chocolate cake was most likely the result of a happy accident – forgotten flour in the original recipe. Our version calls for brioche crumbs, which lighten the cake, but it can be made gluten-free by adding hazelnuts in place of breadcrumbs.

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