You don’t have  to use Greek yogurt in your spanakopita, but there’s something about it that 1) just seems right, and 2) adds a little extra moisture to the mixture. This recipe almost makes it feel like a Greek spinach chicken pot pie (sans chicken, obviously). Click here to see 11 New Ways to Use Greek Yogurt
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Puff pastry is stuffed with apples and folded into bourekas before being topped with tahini and silan. Recipe courtesy of Naomi Nachman, provided by Kosher.com
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Tomatoes reach their peak during summer. For this tomato tart you can take your pick of the season's freshest. Choosing a mixture of different sizes and colors will give the rustic dish a mesmerizing visual appeal.  This recipe is by Leah Eskin and was originally published in The Chicago Tribune.
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This blueberry crostata is a perfect dessert to make for Hanukkah. For best results, make sure you place the crostata on a rimmed baking sheet to avoid dripping.This recipe by Diane Rossen Worthington was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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Show off your cooking skills with this beef wellington recipe. Beef tenderloin is baked in puff pastry with mushrooms and shallots. This recipe is courtesy of Beef. It's What's For Dinner. 
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This recipe's version of a tart is made special by its custardy base with flavors of honey and orange juice.Recipe courtesy of Pete and Gerry's Organic Eggs
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Kringle, a Scandinavian pastry, can be made in a variety of different ways. But this Swedish-inspired rendition is flavored with almond paste and almond extract. It's the perfect dessert to add to your holiday menu. This recipe by Leah Eskin was originally published in the Chicago Tribune
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Pear Tatin
Top this fresh cold-weather dessert with your choice of whipped cream, creme fraiche or ice cream. This recipe by Leah Reskin appeared in the Chicago Tribune.
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pumpkin oatmeal cookies
This cookie recipe is a healthier alternative to others because of the added Greek yogurt, whole wheat pastry flour, rolled oats, walnuts, and dark chocolate. Greek yogurt adds extra protein, and is a substitute for a ½ cup of butter. The whole wheat flour, rolled oats, and walnuts bring in additional protein and fiber. The molasses contributes not only great flavor, but a good amount of potassium. Last, but not least, the dark chocolate is a great addition of iron, and more potassium and fiber. Just because it’s the holidays it doesn’t mean that you have to sacrifice your health — have a treat that’s both healthy and sweet. This recipe is courtesy of Alisha Falkenstein
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Torta Pascualina
Puff pastry is filled with a creamy spinach and ricotta mix, before raw eggs are dropped in. These eggs bake as the pie does, so that when it is served, every slice has a pretty, Easter-themed cross-section of a cooked egg in it.This recipe is courtesy of Palm Beach Post.
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A lot of people shy away from homemade tatins because of the caramel factor. This recipe takes an easy approach by whisking a small portion of sugar into the butter used to sauté the pumpkin, rather than making an entire pot of sticky, messy caramel. If you’re afraid to flambé, leave the rum part out, because the only way to really burn off the alcohol is to ignite some flames. 
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Walnut Streusel Pumpkin Pie
Classic pumpkin pie gets a new twist with a crunchy walnut streusel topping. The perfec easy recipe that starts with a store-bought pie crust!Recipe courtesy of California Walnuts. 
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