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Black Walnut Zucchini Bread with Crunchy Lemon Glaze

American Black Walnuts, unlike English walnuts, grow in the wild and are hand-harvested in the fall. These delicious walnuts add a rich robust nutty flavor to this zucchini bread recipe.  

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Black Walnut Blondies
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Black Walnut Blondies

Adding Black Walnuts is an on-trend twist to this classic Blondie Bar dessert. Find the full recipe for Black Walnut ...

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Black Walnuts

The Black Walnut actually grows wild in certain parts of the country and is harvested by hand. It’s distinctive for its harder shell and ability to add flavor. That flavor is derived from the roots of the Black Walnut tree, much like how the flavor of wine comes from minerals in the vineyard’s soil.

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Black Walnut Blondies

Black Walnuts add a trendy twist to this classic recipe.

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Black Walnut Brownie Bars

Brownies will never be the same once you've tried them with the addition of black walnuts.

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Baking With Black Walnuts

Baking With Black Walnuts

Ever want to change up a recipe and create something new? We've found  that Black Walnuts add flavor to a recipe, not just crunch, and we have several great recipes for baking this season ...

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Berries in Zin with Galliano Cream and Almond, Pink Peppercorn & Rosemary Biscotti

Wow the crowd with a bowl of delightful, jewel-toned berries in a luscious zinfandel-spiced syrup, topped with Galliano almond cream and flecks of vibrant orange zest. Finish off this festive dish with almond, pink peppercorn, and rosemary biscotti that are crispy, piquant, and perfect for dipping in the syrup or maybe even a glass of Galliano.

Frankie Harvey

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Turkey and Pecan Casserole

Turkey and Pecan Casserole Recipe. Casseroles are the ultimate in comfort food, and there is nothing like combining holiday leftovers into something warm and, well, comforting. Try this delicious casserole with turkey and pecans for a holiday lift!

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Two Chile-Pecan Guacamole: The Most Interesting Thing on the Menu

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Special Day Cooking

Special Day Cooking

As a long time special education teacher, Beverly Palomba saw the need for a cookbook designed specifically for the developmentally disabled. Food Channel's Joy Robertson Skypes with Palomba about Special Day Cooking, the recipes ...

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Harvest Spice Cake

This one was an old family recipe updated by one of our chefs, so you get old world flavors served up just in time for the final days of fall!

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The Bruffin Cafe'

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The Bruffin Cafe'

When designer Michael Bagley wanted a savory, portable meal, he asked his partner Medy Youcef for ideas. Medy went into the kitchen and came out with a brioche dough muffin chock full of cheese and bacon, and The Bruffin was born. Now Youcef and Bagley offer 16 international flavors at two locations in New York ...

Joy Robertson

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The Best Raw Beet Jicama Salad with Spicy Lime Dressing
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The Best Raw Beet Jicama Salad with Spicy Lime Dressing

The Veggie Chest is a whole foods, vegan cooking demonstration series hosted by Dr. Ruby Lathon.

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Deviled Eggs: The Most Interesting Thing on the Menu

Deviled Eggs: The Most Interesting Thing on the Menu

As we travel with The Food Channel we love to seek out local restaurants—what the industry calls “independent operators.” These are the places where we learn about the habits and customs of a town ...

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