Chef Gosselin Corn Chowder

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The whole month has been a soup and stew month. I am going to share some recipes that made me smile. I am currently making a crock of corn chowder and this is really great. Every recipe was made in the crock pot so I prepped the ingredients and in they went. Later that early

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Mireya’s Eggnog

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Prelog by Chef Gosselin: In the mid to late 1980’s I had opportunity to make the acquaintance of  Eritza Mireya Vallejo Centeno. We lived in Fayetteville NC and we met on Christmas Eve at a party that I threw in my home. Mireya made her eggnog… it was the best I ever tasted. Her and

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Panettone

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  Panettone is a very special holiday sweet bread. Its origins date from Middle Ages Milan, Italy, and it is very appreciated in Brazil during the Christmas and New year. It is a delicacy special made with natural fermentation which give to it a very delicious texture. There are lots of legends about its history.

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Rainy Day Cookie (Bolinho de Chuva)

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300 g all purpose flour 5 Tbsp sugar 1 Tbsp baking powder 1/4 tsp salt 1 egg 4 oz french vanilla liquid creamer (or other flavor) Vegetable oil to fry In a bowl, add all ingredients and whisk very well to make sure everything is well mixed. It have to be a good consistency of

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