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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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    I saw this on Pioneer Woman. I am counting cooling time and refrigerator tune as cooking time. this recipe uses cooked egg yolks

    Recipe #511818

    This great recipe is from Ainsley Harriott's Meals in Minutes cookbook. I have subbed blueberries for the raisins and it was great. Save time in the morning by mixing together the dry ingredients for the scones the night before. Whole grain oats replace some of the flour in this recipe for some extra fiber and a nutty flavor.

    Recipe #511780

    Ellie Krieger's recipe from Food Network. It's the closest I can find to the wheatberry salad I've had from the deli at Whole Foods, which is to die for! This has tons of 5 star reviews on FN's website. Posting for safekeeping!

    Recipe #511413

    Saw this recipe on Pioneer Woman. I hope I live long enough to make all these recipes that I want to make. I am counting the thawing time with the prep time. You can also use 2 loaves of frozen bread instead of the frozen dinner rolls

    Recipe #511377

    2 Reviews |  By KateL

    Entered for safe-keeping, from Bal Arneson, "Spice Goddess". I generally enjoy her recipes and I can't wait to try this lightened version of one of our favorite dishes, a very mild curry. I started using grapeseed oil because of Bal; it has a high smoke point and the sautéed food tastes "clean". I have learned that in Indian cuisine it is paramount to have fresh spices. I store my ground spices in the freezer. For this dish, you could puree the onion, garlic and ginger in a food processor prior to cooking, which will ensure a smooth, thick sauce. Serve with roti or rice.

    Recipe #511380

    I watched Ina Garten make this on the Today show a few weeks before Christmas 2013 and immediately was intrigued. I made this on Christmas and was met with great reviews from all that tried it. This is a savory bread pudding (like dressing), NOT a dessert!! *I did make leaving the crust on the bread for added texture.

    Recipe #511345

    Saw this on Pioneer Woman

    Recipe #511274

    Recipe courtesy Guy Fieri, 2008 Show: Guy's Big Bite Episode: Mediterranean Marination Read more at:

    Recipe #510969

    Paula Deen's Recipe. Sounds amazing… The verdict is out!

    Recipe #510951

    This recipe is from Chef Martin Yan for a dish enjoyed throughout China and typically served at breakfast or as a substantial snack during the day.

    Recipe #510910

    A curry-less chicken recipe from The Naked Chef, Jamie Oliver.

    Recipe #510728

    From, from a cooking show with Trisha Yearwood. My friend raved about it so I tried it and it's wonderful! My family loves it.

    Recipe #510617

    In ‘Paula Deen’s Southern Cooking Bible’

    Recipe #510558

    In ‘Paula Deen’s Southern Cooking Bible’

    Recipe #510559

    In ‘Paula Deen’s Southern Cooking Bible’

    Recipe #510512

    In ‘Paula Deen’s Southern Cooking Bible’

    Recipe #510513

    Another winner by Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond. She hits breakfast out of the park with this french toast bake. You can make it ahead and pop it in the next day for Christmas, holidays, parties, sleepovers, brunches, etc. It is kid friendly and easy to make. It is caloric but in moderation it can be a delicious treat. Enjoy! ChefDLH

    Recipe #510544

    1 Reviews |  By ChefDLH

    This recipe is from the bookThe Pioneer Woman Cooks A Year of Holidays by Ree Drummond. It is really a nice rendition of the turkey tetrazzini dish to make for an easy meal, to use leftovers, or just have yourself a little comfort food. The recipe is not low cal but the flavors come together beautifully. You can sub in chicken for the turkey too. A family favorite any time.

    Recipe #510232

    Entered for safe-keeping. Chef Gale Gand of Lake Forest, Illinois serves this with chocolate cake, especially molten chocolate cake. Note that the licorice flavor of anise inspires a love/hate reaction. I, for one, love it! Prep time includes chilling time. Cooking time is guesstimated.

    Recipe #510169

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