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    Celebrity Chefs Cookbook for Iron Chef game

    This cookbook is for the game-The Next Secret Ingredient(idea taken from the Iron Chef)! It includes TV chefs, cookbook chefs, recipes from famous restaurants, celebrity recipes, copycat recipes, etc.
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    Looking for recipes to get more healthy vegetables into my menus, I did an internet search for bok-choy, and found this on Foodnetwork.com by Robin Miller.

    Recipe #490815

    Five Star, 1457 ratings on Food Network. NO EGGS, SIMPLE, AND DELISH!! Can't get any easier! Served at Thanksgiving and was a hit with the many cooks and guests. This is a pudding, not a souffle. Butter and cheese. . . . .doesn't the scream Paula Deen?

    Recipe #490866

    From "The Chew." Posting here for safekeeing with the rest of my favorites! Haven't tried it yet, but will update my post when we have.

    Recipe #490861

    Oh my, this is delightful! I had this at a cocktail party last night. The hostess served it with whole strawberries but any mix of fruits will do beautifully. If you have a vanilla bean lying around, remove the seeds and add it to the dip. Cook time is chilling time. Make ahead and enjoy.

    Recipe #490849

    I got this recipe from USA Weekend mag and they got it from Ellie Krieger.

    Recipe #490880

    An Everyday with Rachel Ray recipe.

    Recipe #490413

    From Rachel Ray Everyday.

    Recipe #490415

    Another recipe found in Everyday with Rachel Ray.

    Recipe #490411

    Another Rachel Ray recipe.

    Recipe #490414

    From Rick Bayless book "Frontera". There is another Bayless cajeta recipe on this site, but it is done on the stove. This one is easier and is made in a crock-pot. Dulce de leche is readily available here in Costa RIca and is very inexpensive. But it doesn't compare to this wonderful recipe. Especially when you make it with fresh, raw goat's milk. Yum!

    Recipe #490492

    Mmmmm. Not pretty, but delicious!!! Recipe adapted from "Frontera" by Rick Bayless

    Recipe #490495

    This is a delish recipe (chick drink, according to DH) from Rick Bayless' new cookbook "Frontera". A bit sweet, but YUM!!! The recipe calls for cinammon agave syrup, but I just used a homemade cinnamon simple syrup (simple syrup with a stick of cinnamon during cooking).

    Recipe #490490

    Recipe #490504

    1 Reviews |  By Weewah

    I have been curious about this sauce after hearing about it all over the net; people seem to love it. I believe the sauce to be Guy Fieri's invention but I'm afraid I altered quite a bit (you can find the original on google). Made this for my daughter as she is on a low carb diet and it was Fantastic on meats. Garlic is very high in carbs (45 carbs in just 1 cup) but servings are so small it doesn't amount to much here - so enjoy!

    Recipe #490658

    From Rachel Ray's website.

    Recipe #490640

    Original recipe from Trisha Yearwood

    Recipe #490657

    I just saw Paula make this on the "Bistro Brunch" episode. It's like a very rich fried ham and cheese sandwich in a casserole. She also used a larger dish on the show, I will use a 9X13. I think it would be fine without the nutmeg, a little of it goes a long way. Also, some of the reviewers on the other site suggested a more sturdy bread, I will use a good artisan sour dough bread. Make sure your ham is sliced thin and use unsalted butter.I might even try it with cooked bacon. I'm going to test it first and maybe serve for Christmas morning.

    Recipe #490238

    I saw this recipe on Trisha's Southern Kitchen, on the Food Network. It is super tasty. =)

    Recipe #490004

    3 Reviews |  By Chesska

    There really is nothing like a rich, meaty stew with fluffy dumplings to bring you comfort on a cold winter’s day. The cooking time is long, but is absolutely worth it!!

    Recipe #489768

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