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Godiva Tiramisu recipe

Godiva Tiramisu

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Trans-fat Free, Low Carb
Godiva Whisper recipe

Godiva Whisper

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Trans-fat Free, Low Sodium
Godiva Brownies recipe

Godiva Brownies

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Trans-fat Free, Low Sodium
Lady Godiva recipe

Lady Godiva

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Trans-fat Free, Good source of fiber
Godiva Biscotti recipe

Godiva Biscotti

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Trans-fat Free, High Fiber, Low Sodium
Godiva Brownies recipe

Godiva Brownies

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Trans-fat Free, Good source of fiber
Godiva White Chocolate Cheesecake recipe

Godiva White Chocolate Cheesecake

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Trans-fat Free, Low Sodium
Godiva Chocolate Covered Banana recipe

Godiva Chocolate Covered Banana

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Trans-fat Free, Low Sodium
Godiva Ice Cream Soda recipe

Godiva Ice Cream Soda

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Trans-fat Free, Low Sodium
Godiva Strawberry Torte recipe

Godiva Strawberry Torte

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Trans-fat Free
Godiva Irish Freeze recipe

Godiva Irish Freeze

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Trans-fat Free, Low Sodium
Godiva Irish Coffee recipe

Godiva Irish Coffee

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Trans-fat Free, Low Sodium
Godiva Ultimate Chocolate Layer Cake recipe

Godiva Ultimate Chocolate Layer Cake

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Trans-fat Free, Good source of fiber
Godiva Ultimate Chocolate Layer Cake recipe

Godiva Ultimate Chocolate Layer Cake

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Trans-fat Free, High Fiber

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Herb Roasted Turkey

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>hello. just read your recipe for super-moist roast turkey, and i'm just wondering. i'm not a great cook, so when you say "tuck the wings under the turkey", i'm still not sure if that means the turkey is placed in the roasting pan breast side up or not. i've read that if the turkey is placed breast side down, the fat from the back of the turkey leaks down, making the breast meat moist (which is what i want). any help?? ------------------- #1 culprit of dry turkey breasts is over-cooking. I highly recommend using a pop-up thermometer so you get the turkey out of the oven at exactly the right time and it is in the oven no longer than necessary. It is well worth the investment Last year I used this recipe along with Herbed_Pan_Gravy. Turned out great, the instructions are quite clear, adding water to the pan prevents the bird from drying out. Another option I've used in the past is the Look bag, available at supermarkets across North America. It's a big bag that the bird is place in which keeps all the moisture inside keeping the bird as moist as possible. Once again, the #1 best thing you can do to ensure success is use a pop-up (or other) thermometer and get the turkey out of the oven as soon as it is done, then let the bird rest for at least 10 minutes covered in foil so it can re-absorb it's juices back into the meat. I hope this helps.

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