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Ila Hess Luciano

Sweet Corn and Brown Sugar Pancakes
Sweet Corn and Brown Sugar Pancakes

Corn for breakfast? How was this not a thing already? Well, just be glad you're trying it now. These pancakes are a cross between the classic pancake and a corncake - they're subtle sweet and hearty and go great with a drizzle of maple syrup or topped with corn ice cream


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No-Churn Corn Ice Cream
No-Churn Corn Ice Cream

It's not just for barbecues, sweet corn pairs perfectly with sugar and cream for a surprising twist on an old-school favorite – ice cream.


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Rosewater Rhubarb Soda
Rosewater Rhubarb Soda

Isn’t she pretty? This beautiful soda is loaded with springtime flavor. It’s refreshing by itself and also a great way to mix up classic cocktails.


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Rosewater Pound Cake
Rosewater Pound Cake

This festive cake is a showstopper, but it’s not all about looks – it’s super tasty as well and stays moist for a while. So don’t worry, you don’t need to eat it all in one sitting.


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Rose Water
Rose Water

Long known to be beneficial for your skin, rose water is also an ace in the kitchen. It adds floral notes to just about anything and makes you feel muy fancy.


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Mangú with Crispy Mushrooms
Mangú with Crispy Mushrooms

Crispy mushrooms sautéed in safflower oil and melted butter, seasoned with thyme and parsley, top slightly sweet mangú.


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Mangú with Garlic Shrimp
Mangú with Garlic Shrimp

This Mangú with Garlic Shrimp is jazzed up with tons of garlic, fresh cherry tomatoes, white wine, and fresh cilantro. It's a creative take on a usually-morning dish.


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Mangú with Chicken Stew
Mangú with Chicken Stew

This Mangú with Chicken Stew is hearty and delicious with a classic mangu base topped with a tomato, garlic, and pepper chicken stew. It's hearty weeknight family meal. 


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Basic Mangú
Basic Mangú

This Basic Mangú is perfect as a base for stews and sautées and is ready in 30 minutes! It's a classic Dominican dish, usually topped with a fried egg and eaten for breakfast. But it makes a great base for soups and stews as well. 


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