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Molasses

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Soak the beans the night before you cook them. The next day, begin cooking seven hours before you plan to eat. Beans cooked in a six-quart terra-cotta bean pot have a richer flavor and finer texture, but you can also use a cast-iron Dutch oven.

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Some crumb topping sinks as the pie bakes, making a cakelike layer between the molasses custard on the bottom and the sugary topping. Serve with a dollop of lightly sweetened whipped cream.

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Dark molasses is front and center in the filling of this shoofly pie. The crust is perfectly crimped, the filling is luscious, and the amount of buttery crumbles on top is generous;you might have to shoo your family away so they don't sneak some before it's time for dessert.

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Most granola is packed with lots of fat and little nutrition. This version has goodness in every bite and is low in fat. Serve with a dollop of plain yogurt and sliced fresh fruit for a healthy breakfast. The recipe can easily be doubled.

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