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Lemon Meringue Pie

A fresh, tangy lemon meringue pie is the perfect contrast to a heavy meal. It’s also a reminder that while a little chocolate cake is a delicious way to end a dinner, lemon meringue cleanses your palate, with just the right amount of sweet.

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Pie Crust

All it takes to make a delicious pie crust is knowing what to look for during mixing. This pie crust recipe is easy to make and works great for pies, quiches, and galettes.

Maple Frango

Maple Frango is a frozen, creamy dessert, where the tanginess of greek yogurt contrasts with the sweetness of real maple syrup, and toasted pecans round out the texture and flavors.

Honey Almond Ice Cream

One of my favorite treats at the Minnesota State Fair is a honey and sunflower seed ice cream. It inspired this honey almond ice cream recipe that has the perfect combination of floral honey flavors and a touch of nuttiness.

Mountain Berry Crisp

This Mountain Berry Crisp recipe brings strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries together to create a scrumptious dessert that shows off fresh summer berries.

Strawberry Pie

If you want to revel in the indulgence of high summer, this strawberry pie recipe will turn fresh strawberries into one of the best pies you’ve ever eaten.

Bourbon Brown Sugar Sauce

Bourbon and brown sugar create a scrumptious sauce that is a perfect addition to ice cream, cookies, cakes, crisps or just about anything you want to add sweet caramelly goodness too.

Vanilla Bourbon Ice Cream

Combining vanilla and bourbon make an exceptional ice cream. This bourbon vanilla ice cream recipe is reminiscent of classic vanilla ice cream with just enough bourbon to make it stand out.

Fernet-Branca Hot Fudge

For this hot fudge recipe, the intense bitterness of the Fernet-Branca is mellowed by chocolate and cream but still provides enough bite to make a truly unusual and delicious hot fudge that is great over ice cream or just straight from the jar.

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Lemon Meringue Pie

A fresh, tangy lemon meringue pie is the perfect contrast to a heavy meal. It’s also a reminder that while a little chocolate cake is a delicious way to end a dinner, lemon meringue cleanses your palate, with just the right amount of sweet.

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When you think of tequila cocktails, one thing comes to mind - the margarita. Despite how well-known the margarita is, its history is a mysterious thing. Who invented it? Why? And most importantly, how do you make a margarita that tastes great?