Carolyne Lederer-Ralston releases Kindle cookbook

Former top-producing Realtor and REM columnist Carolyne Lederer-Ralston recently released Gourmet Cooking - At Home With Carolyne, an Amazon Kindle ebook.
Eggs

Recipes for Realtors: Eggs Arlington and Eggs Florentine

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With any of these dishes a small side serving of my herb-marinated Canadian creamy goat cheese coins will be a taste bud tantalizer.

Recipes for Realtors: Leftovers in white sauce – and peas

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Who would have thought such a simple yet slightly differently prepared mix would be worth reinventing?

Recipes for Realtors: Giant pig in a blanket and stuffing balls

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For those who imbibe, offer a cool glass of ruby port. What a beautiful paired meal. Make it for family or for entertaining. Just make multiples of the puff pastry wrapped pork loins, roasted simultaneously.

Recipes for Realtors: Polenta mille-feuille and aioli two ways

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Holiday entertaining, anyone? Here’s a special gourmet plate that has an unspeakable visual quality as well as being a marriage of delicious flavours.

Recipes for Realtors: Shrimp in garlic cognac cream

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A real “shell-a-bration” of a unique kind. Tell your guests to bring a big appetite and be prepared to indulge over a few hours of at-table enjoyment and be sure to forewarn them dinner is all seafood.

Recipes for Realtors: A Figgy Cornish Hen Christmas

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As many of our readers know, I keep a large jar of fresh, not dried, black (blue) mission figs, either Spanish or Italian, in my refrigerator at all times soaking in brandy.

Recipes for Realtors: Tomato peach fruit carpaccio

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For this recipe, you should prepare all the items ahead of time but keep everything separate and refrigerated. Assemble it near to serving time.

Recipes for Realtors: Simple Simon sandwiches

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These are plain and simple sandwiches but there’s nothing ordinary about them. Fresh is always better, and likely better food.

Recipes for Realtors: Stewed prunes, oxtails and oranges

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I was rearranging my pantry shelf, and I came across a large container of preserved prunes. This is a quick and easy sauce to make and it keeps well in a glass-covered container in the fridge for several days.