This is by far the easiest chocolate dip recipe there is. You can make this in minutes and is so versatile, it can go with just about any dessert that can be dipped!

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One of my favorite guilty pleasures has always been the soft pretzel so I have been exploring different ideas of how to make these delicious treats at home.
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One of my favorite symbol-isms of pretzels dates back to 1440. The Hours of Catherine of Cleves, considered one of the most illuminated manuscripts from the 15th century and is widely considered one of the great masterpieces from Northern Europe. It was produced by an anonymous Dutch artist, who was known as the Master of Catherine of Cleves. This book is truly an amazing piece of art.

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Kalamata Olives are one of the world’s oldest foods, grown by Ancient Greeks in pre-historic times, it’s still grown in the same region today. Back then these olives were used for more than just eating. The oil from these olives was used for making perfumes, medicine, lighting, and heating.

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Donut Glaze
This simple glaze is just like the glaze you get at your corner donut shop!
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Pierogi Love is Simple
I’ve found that the things that please us the most in this life are simple. Love. Chocolate. A smile. Chocolate.
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Cheese Pierogi
Pierogi (which is the plural form of the Polish word,  pieróg) are one of many great dishes from Poland.  Pierogi
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Mushroom Ragout Pierogi
This pierogi filling is delicious and it can be varied by utilizing a variety of mushrooms. If I am making
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