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Cauliflower bread

We unwrap the cauliflower in bouquets, wash it well. In a saucepan put salted water to boil. We put the bunches of cauliflower in boiled water, let them boil for 5-8 minutes (I like them to remain crispy, I boil them for a maximum of 5 minutes). Drain the water, sprinkle with black pepper and leave to cool. We prepare the flour, the 2 eggs with salt and pepper powder, the breadcrumbs.
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Long courgette with tomato

Recipe Long courgette with tomato of 09-15-2015 Updated 07-02-2018 White courgette, long, Neapolitan ... or directly & 34; cocozza & 34; ... these and others are the names reserved for this particular vegetable , similar to courgette yet so different in color and above all flavor. They tell me that they are excellent prepared in many ways: stuffed, fried, with potatoes.
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Gail Simmons on The Influences Behind Her New Cookbook, ‘Bringing it Home’

In Bringing It Home, debuting on October 24, Gail Simmons (who is perhaps best known as a Top Chef judge but is also a trained chef and special projects manager at Food & Wine) shares her best recipes and food experiences. From her travels, exploring global flavors and keeping detailed diaries, to her “Top Chef” culinary adventures with the world& 39;s most notable chefs, she is always asking & 34;How can I bring this dish home to my own kitchen?
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Simple homemade pizza

I start with a confession that will enlighten you about the note written in picture no. 5 :)): when I break into figures with my simple homemade pizza, I gather the ingredients on the table, but take the olives from where they don't. I stir the whole fridge, nothing. There weren't many but for given well in the picture were ok.
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Dessert with zucchini and green apple

Grate the zucchini and apple on a large grater, then add salt, sugar, eggs and mix, then add flour. We need to get a dough a little harder than pancakes. Put the pan on the fire to heat, then add oil, take a spoonful of the composition and put in the hot oil, after they have browned on one side, turn them on the other side, we take them out on a napkin to absorb the excess oil.
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Where to Eat at Philadelphia International Airport

Delays, cancellations, and unexpected traffic can easily put a damper on travel plans, often resulting in hours of extra time hanging around the airport. If you find yourself stuck at Philadelphia International Airport, there are great restaurant options throughout its terminals. From portable treats to fine wines, the options will keep your mind off any travel stress.
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