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    Aspics on the buffet or smorgasbord table are like gems on a beautiful woman. This one makes an attractive presentation when filled with a delicious chicken or seafood salad and is easily prepared the day before. From the Mississippi Valley section of The United States Regional Cookbook, Culinary Institute of Chicago, 1947. Gelling time not included in preparation time.

    Recipe #144208

    1 Reviews |  By Bergy

    The aspic adds that professional touch to a terrine or pate. To use the aspic take the pate or terrine out of the dish it was cooked in, wash the container & dry. Pour in apprx 1/4"of aspic in the bottom of the dish. Wipe the terrine/pate and remove any fat or bacon. Place the terrine/pate on top of the aspic and fill the container with aspic. Do not let it flow over the top, leave this bare. Place in refrigerator until the aspic is firmly set. To serve Invert onto a plate. You may also place thin carrot slices or other garnish in the bottom layer of the aspic. If you wish to chop the aspic to garnish a dish use 4 tbsp of gelatin instead of 3.. I will be posting some pate, terrine and perhaps a recipe or two for Galantines that I have enjoyed

    Recipe #67693

    This is a dish we had a lot growing up. Mum would use potato chips for a crunchy topping, but I hardly ever have those in the house. It is relatively quick, and inexpensive and can be stretched even further with a green salad.

    Recipe #82204

    I found this recipe on the BBC America website. I have altered it a tad to add bacon but you can skip that step!

    Recipe #469202

    This is what I put together for the Ready Set Cook Summer 2005 recipe contest. It is good by it's self, on crackers, on bread, or on a bed of lettuce. Great for a side dish, a main dish, or a summer day brunch.

    Recipe #131957

    Vegetarian Times

    Recipe #296351

    I found this recipe on the Kraft foods website. It was to die for! I followed the recipe but I added extra artichoke hearts, an 8oz. container of mushrooms, 1 bunch of asparagus, chopped and a couple tablespoons of capers all tossed in with the red peppers to saute together in the oil. AWESOME!

    Recipe #153067

    Found the original of this slightly tweaked recipe in the 2008 cookbook, Taste of Home Dinner on a Dime.

    Recipe #415455

    This is a tasty and VERY healthy way to eat your spaghetti.

    Recipe #468686

    These are delicious and easy to make, for one or for many! Very easy to put together, there are very few ingredients. You can also create some heat by adding a few crushed red pepper flakes in with the avocado mix.

    Recipe #417315

    Tonight, a friend was coming over and I asked if they were good with pot luck. So I looked at what I needed to use and found the green papaya. I decided to shred some and create a stir fry with a few other things I needed to use up....the bread was the end of a hearty loaf, the turkey was a bit dry and needed to be used. The rest is just what I made up. It would be great with other veggies added. This particular combination was quite interesting, it was quite close to mu shu, which I love. I didn't have any leftover pancake batter or I would have served it that way. It was really particularly good.

    Recipe #468358

    Posted for RecipeZaar World Tour 2006. "Timbale" used to be a French word that describes a silver or gold container, but now its main meaning is to describe a cooked dish that is baked and then turned out of it's baking dish to make for more spectacular serving. ZWT REGION: France.

    Recipe #172569

    I am working though posting some recipes from my Portuguese cookbooks, this is adapted from Portuguese cooking by Hilaire Walden. I plan on making this recipe but if you make it before I do, I would appreciate the feedback.

    Recipe #271754

    I am working though posting some recipes from my Portuguese cookbooks, this one is adapted from Portuguese cooking by Hilaire Walden. I plan on making this recipe but if you make it before I do, I would appreciate the feedback.

    Recipe #271697

    This is a fantastic pasta- it has a strong lemon flavor plus a kick of spice from the red pepper flakes! It's a Rachel Ray recipe & she served it alongside fish.

    Recipe #317805

    "The Louisville Hot Brown was first served at the Brown Hotel, in Louisville, Ky., in the 1930s. Crumbled bacon and a white Cheddar sauce top off this open-face sandwich, which is layered with sliced turkey and tomato. Early versions of this Kentucky original were made with country ham." --- Recipe from Country Living

    Recipe #372324

    This has been a family favorite for years!!

    Recipe #468105

    7 Reviews |  By tmway84

    When I was growing up, my parents always made mashed potatoes from flakes.... ugh! It was such a treat to go to our grandparents house on holidays. Grandpa made his potatoes by hand with his special recipe that no one else has been able to match. I made it a point to help him get the potatoes ready for big dinners until I learned his recipe by heart. A few years ago, I volunteered to make them for my in-laws' Thanksgiving party. Word spread... and now I'm the designated potato maker for EVERY function on BOTH sides of the family. It's okay though... it's an honor... and I can't get enough of them myself!

    Recipe #468108

    This is one of my husband's recipes. He used a scottish wee heavy for the beer. This is not a recipe on how to cook your chicken, but just how to prepare it. You can grill, bake, fry or whatever after it's done soaking, although we normally grill. My husband soaks the chicken in a large container that he sits in the refrigerator.

    Recipe #369011

    I got this recipe from a friend of mine - It's fantastic over rice. It's easy to make and fancy enough for company.

    Recipe #466306

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