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White Wine Sangria

White Wine Sangria Recipe

White Wine Sangria is a refreshing drink that is simple to make and yet elegant enough for any occasion.  Fresh fruit and wine combine to create the perfect beverage for … Continued

Grilled Caesar Salad

Smoky Grilled Caesar Salad Recipe

  A salad you can grill!  Enjoy Grilled Ceasar Salad.  Grilling adds a wonderful smoky flavor variation when the Romaine lettuce is grilled.  A fun way to make a favorite … Continued

Afternoon Tea

 TEA TRAVELS™ Afternoon Tea Articles and Recipes By Tea Expert Ellen Easton 

A wealth of traditions, etiquette, protocols, menus, and recipes for afternoon tea.

Tea Articles, Menus, Recipes and Photos By Ellen Easton ©2007-2021 – All Rights Reserved

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What's Cooking America
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What’s Cooking America is one of the original culinary websites that was first published in 1997. Today, What’s Cooking America is among one of the largest privately owned culinary resource websites in the USA.

What’s Cooking America is a family-friendly culinary portal to the web which has an average of 2 million+ users each month.  Annually, over 20 million users visit and trust What’s Cooking America for our recipes, culinary articles, and cooking information and tips.

Recipes, articles, culinary history and cooking techniques and information have appeared in newspapers, magazines, books, television, and on web sites worldwide.
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