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    2 Reviews |  By Dee514

    This recipe was posted in answer to a message board request. It was taken from the Emeril Lagasse recipe web site (http://www.emerils.com/recipe/167/delmonico-potatoes). Feb 25, 2011 - An Update - Re: Micks' posting: First: Thank you for posting the recipe for "Emeril's Essence/Emeril's Creole Seasoning" :-) Second: No one is claiming this is the recipe for the potatoes served at the "Original (since 1837) Delmonico's Restaurant" in New York City. A restaurant that I have personally had the pleasure of eating in many times (I was born/raised in NYC). I have had the "Classic Delmonico Potatoes" there on many occasions. The potatoes served at the "Original Delmonico's Steakhouse" in NYC are different from the ones that are served at Emeril's restaurant ("Emeril's Delmonico Steakhouse" in New Orleans, La.) Again, I have personally eaten the "Delmonico Potatoes" at Emeril's restaurant when I was in New Orleans. The recipe that is posted is the same as the recipe he uses in HIS restaurant. I hope this clarifies any confusion. :-)

    Recipe #42396

    Hey you Paula Deen fans, she has a new magazine, "Cooking with Paula Deen"--this recipe is from the premier issue. It was so yummy looking, I couldn't wait to try it. I added another 15 minutes to the cooking time suggested (30-35 minutes) and It was just right, but oven temperatures vary, so check on it during the last few minutes of cooking time. I'm also going to add a few dashes of cayenne pepper next time for something hot and sweet!

    Recipe #146427

    I got this recipe from Paula Deen's magazine and recently got the chance to try it. It is delicious; you can't go wrong with Paula IMO. This can be assembled and frozen ahead. When you are ready to serve, allow to thaw in the refrigerator and then cook as directed. I omit the refried beans for personal preference.

    Recipe #246518

    Adapted from Barefoot Contessa Cookbook

    Recipe #173063

    From Semi-Homemade Cooking with Sandra Lee's show, Germanfest episode. I have to try as my parents live in Sheboygan (the center of the universe!)

    Recipe #350775

    Gosh, this looks simple and good! It's from Sandra Lee's "Semi-Homemade Cooking 2."

    Recipe #196140

    3 Reviews |  By Vina

    I saw him make this on FoodNetwork and it looked delicious. Turns out it was! Very easy to put together with ingredients I always have on hand (love those Bloody Mary's!), and perfect for when you have guests as the only thing you'll have left to do is grill the steak. (NOTE: The original recipe says it'll serve 4-8, but 3-4 would seem maximum to me for an entree; 2 for hearty eaters.)

    Recipe #239825

    I got this from "Beard on Bread" many, many years ago. They're wonderful biscuits!

    Recipe #255250

    From the LIFE magazine insert in the Sunday paper.

    Recipe #155175

    This is great garlic bread ! I have cheated and used what's on hand; minced garlic, salted butter, dried parsley and Italian bread. It's so much better using Martha's way, don't skimp as I did.

    Recipe #243016

    3 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    A recipe from K-Paul's, in New Orleans. "This dish will knock your socks off!", Chef Prudhomme says.

    Recipe #34317

    This is an amazingly easy way to make classic French Onion Soup. The quality of your stock will determine the quality of the soup. This makes four lovely individual crocks of cheese topped soup, assuming your crocks will hold at least two cups.

    Recipe #142658

    I had always wanted to duplicate this refreshing and savory dish sometimes found in Chinese restaurants. Martin Yan (of Yan Can Cook) didn't let me down! It also happens to be low-carb. I skipped all the veggies except the carrots and was more generous with the sesame oil, sherry and ginger than the amounts listed, so adjust to your taste.

    Recipe #87148

    Absolutely crazy insane delicious. I didn't bother with making a pie crust. A Pillsbury fresh frozen one worked just fine. The Mojo sauce had mixed reviews in the family. I didn't care for it but the hubby thought it was ok and the daughter liked it. In addition, I used a pulled pork from a tub that had a very light, mild and sweet bbq sauce to it. I also used a bit more swiss cheese -- ok we like cheese. We didn't bother with the tomato and pickle decoration either. It smelled so good and look so good coming out of the oven there was no time for that. Enjoy! It's awesome!

    Recipe #294777

    Zippy steak sauce from the one and only Bobby Flay. He gave this recipe out way back when he hosted The Main Ingredient on the Lifetime Channel in 1997.

    Recipe #65095

    This recipe is from the 9/10/07 episode of the Rachael Ray Show. I love spicy food, so I DOUBLED the amount of hot sauce to 1/2 cup! It is a delicious recipe!

    Recipe #252536

    I got this recipe from the Rachael Ray show. This is one of my all time favorite drinks. Just remember, a little goes a long way!!!!! Prep time is actually chill time for the glasses.

    Recipe #91182

    I made this with left over corned beef and it was delicious. This makes 2 huge sandwiches as written and I could only eat a half even though it was so good. Please judge your appetite and adjust accordingly!

    Recipe #291316

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