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    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

    From the LIFE magazine insert in the Sunday paper.

    Recipe #155175

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

    Recipe #196140

    I really enjoyed this! It was inspired by a recipe I saw on Food 911. Careful with the cayenne. (I personally like it a little spicy, but use your own judgment) I also usually only make half of this recipe. (I'm the only one in the house who will actually EAT tofu!)

    Recipe #61439

    Adapted from Barefoot Contessa Cookbook

    Recipe #173063

    This recipe was created by Rocco DiSpirito, who owns a restaurant in New York City, and had a television show on The Food Network.

    Recipe #293099

    I saw this on Sara's Secrets and couldn't wait to try it! The sauce brings out the sweetness in the fish. Enjoy!

    Recipe #118010

    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

    Wonder, rich, and something people don't expect. You will have people wanting this recipe once you serve it. There are variation at the end that makes it even richer.

    Recipe #243205

    I often need to get dinner on the table quickly, and it doesn't get much easier than with this recipe. It comes from the Martha Stewart Living magazine; she pairs it with the Black Bean and Goat-Cheese Quesadillas as well as the Pear and Jicama Salad on this site. Enjoy!

    Recipe #322457

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

    Recipe #255250

    These can be made as a side dish, an appetizer, or a light dinner with a salad. To give them a smoky flavor, cook them on an outdoor grill rather than in a grill pan, until the cheese melts and the tortillas are crisp. Recipe from Martha Stewart Living magazine. She uses this as a side dish for Recipe#322454. She also serves Recipe#322410 as a side dish as well.

    Recipe #322460

    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

    I love Alton Brown, and this recipe is why. Creamy and easy.

    Recipe #32306

    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

    17 Reviews |  By AnnNH

    "Those who are passionate about brownies argue in defense of their favorite type, cakey or fudgey. If you're a cakey fan, go on to another recipe. These are the epitome of soft, dark baked-just-until-barely-set brownies. Their creamy texture makes them seem wildly luxurious and very much a treat to be meted out in small servings (just small enough for a scoop of ice cream and some chocolate sauce). The mixing method is unorthodox for a brownie. Half of an egg-sugar mixture is stirred into the melted chocolate and butter, while the other half is whipped until it thickens and doubles in volume. The lightened eggs are folded into the chocolate with a delicate touch, as are the dry ingredients--tricks that enhance the brownies' lovely texture."

    Recipe #99113

    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

    I found this recipe in one of Rachael Ray's cookbooks. It sounded so different from anything I'd ever made that I had to try it right away. We really enjoyed it, and it's very versatile as it can be made using shrimp, chicken or pork. I put a tiny dash of cayenne pepper in the pot since I wanted to add a little "hot and spicy" flavor to the dish.

    Recipe #281585

    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

    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

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