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Festive Meringue Cookies

Posted on 10 December 2012

This recipe, by far, is the easiest holiday recipe to execute. Once you pipe the delicate meringue and pop the trays in the oven, you have 2 hours to meander away from the kitchen.The other perk about this recipe is that the meringues hold really, really well! Cookies can be kept in an airtight container […] Continue Reading

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All Recipes, Sweet

Pistachio Brittle

Posted on 25 November 2012

I recreated a recipe for pistachio brittle that one of my favorite pastry shops sells. I fell in love with the sweet and salty combination of this recipe. You have the option to skip the chocolate layers and just sprinkle nuts on to the warm brittle, but if you have the time and patience, it […] Continue Reading

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All Recipes, Savory

Moustache Choux Puffs

Posted on 14 November 2012

While I support the cause, I think moustaches are cheesy. With that in mind, I made these savory choux puffs with a home-made cheese dip. Does your boyfriend or significant other have a moustache growing for the Movember? Are you a little jealous?  I can’t help you grow one, but I can get you 15% […] Continue Reading

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Pistachio Macarons

Posted on 12 November 2012

Macarons are amongst the fanciest of fashionable cookies. They are becoming a growing obsession among sweet-toothed gourmands everywhere.    Pistachio Macarons Ingredients: - 100 grams almond meal (ground almond) - 80 grams raw pistachio meal (ground pistachio) - 245 grams powdered sugar - 135 grams egg whites - 5 grams egg white powder (meringue powder) - […] Continue Reading

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All Recipes, Savory

Deviled Eye of Newt

Posted on 30 October 2012

These deviled eggs aren’t for the faint; they have a kick and packed panache with for the most sophisticated of palates. Deviled Eye of Newt (makes 12 servings) Ingredients: - 6 hard cooked eggs, peeled and halved lengthwise - 1/4 cup pesto (store bought, or home made) - 2 tbsp mayonnaise - 2 tsp mustard powder - […] Continue Reading

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All Recipes, Sweet

Pumpkin Donut Pops

Posted on 25 October 2012

This is a little twist on cake pops. Except there’s no cake, just a donut hole! These are twice as tasty, and half as hard to make. So, I suppose these are “Donut Pops”– I’ll admit it, it’s a little kitschy, but you’ll thank me when you don’t have to make a cake, crumble it, […] Continue Reading

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Toronto Food To-Do [Oct-Nov '12]

Posted on 19 October 2012

The weather may be getting cooler, but that doesn’t mean you have to stop having a good time!  Here’s a list of things to do this fall. If you’re looking for something to do this fall, Duhlicious recommends these fun upcoming events running between October and November.   Firkin Revolution Throughout the our fine city […] Continue Reading

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All Recipes, Sweet

Pecan Pie

Posted on 10 October 2012

Loaded with pecans, this southern classic will make you beg for seconds. Happy Thanksgiving Pecan Pie (makes 1 x 9″ pie) Ingredients: - 1 cup dark brown sugar - 2/3 cup golden syrup (corn syrup) - 1/2 tablespoon vanilla - 1 tablespoon corn starch - 1/4 cup butter, room temperature - 3 large eggs - 1/4 […] Continue Reading

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All Recipes, Savory

10 Minute Bruschetta

Posted on 25 September 2012

From blunder to Bruchetta– how I turned my late blooming tomatoes into a marvelous anti-pasto. I have to say, that I am the worlds worst gardener– seriously, I suck. I always forget to do something (like plant the seedlings; water the plants, etc). This year, when planting my tomato seeds, I forgot to actually plant […] Continue Reading

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All Recipes, Beyond Baking

Behind the scenes at Swiss Chalet

Posted on 20 September 2012

Duh-licious went behind the scenes at Canadian-favorite, Swiss Chalet. When I think of Swiss Chalet (c/o), I can’t help but think of warmth, comfort, and great food that is always consistent in its taste and presentation. Last Wednesday, when we were invited to the Swiss Chalet at Yonge and Gerrard, the same feelings came into play. From the […] Continue Reading

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