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    This is a very delicious recipe that turns an ordinary dinner into an extraordinary meal with a springtime twist. If you want a dinner that is quick, easy, and healthy this is it! Unlike most one-dish-meals, this one has three distinct flavors that blend well. I was hesitant at first to use thigh meat as we like white meat, but I think this cut really made the dish! I found this recipe in Kraft’s Food and Family (Spring 2005) Magazine.

    Recipe #115420

    This exotic martini is made with Amarula Cream Liqueur from South Africa. After watching the great fun the chimps were having eating the Marula fruit on a cable program, I had to buy a bottle. If you enjoy the flavors of caramel with hints of chocolate and vanilla -- this liqueur made from a special fruit found only in one location in Africa is for you -- Go buy a bottle ... You can thank me later.

    Recipe #173567

    Creamy, smooth and delightfully fruity! If you like Nuts & Berries you will LOVE this!!! Very pleasant and delicious! It thickens upon standing so drink immediately.

    Recipe #185515

    I found this on the web after searching for African recipes that included broccoli for the Zaar World Tour 2005. It was on the mom-mom website.

    Recipe #141308

    A wonderful turkey for a special occasion! The favors of this turkey will impress all that are lucky enough to dine at your table. This recipe is from Grace Parisi and is a Food and Wine Staff Favorite. WINE: A rich Alsace Riesling will match the spices in this Alsatian-flavored turkey. Pick one with depth and complexity such as the 2002 Domaine Weinbach Cuvée Sainte Catherine. Or try a tart and fruity red like the 2001 Sokol Blosser Willamette Valley Pinot Noir from Oregon.

    Recipe #144829

    Ahhhh amaretto! Found this breakfast recipe on the Disaronno website. Sounds positively delicious and so romantic... after all.. amaretto is the liquor of love.

    Recipe #162268

    When I was a bartender people always commented that I made the best mixed drinks. One of my requested mixed drinks was my version of the Amaretto Sour. My “secret” was the addition of 7-Up which I think gave the drink a gentle fizz that broke up the syrupy sweetness of the drink. I usually made my own sour mix, which was nothing more then Country Time Lemonade (another “secret”) or would mix lemon juice with some granulated sugar -- and shake vigorously. You can also use store bought sour mix.

    Recipe #163484

    This is a delicious coffee Adult milkshake! The recipe uses Amarula Cream Liquor from South Africa. It is sold at most liquor stores. The frappé looks great in a highball glass with a long stem or large mouth wine goblet. If you love chocolate and coffee... this shake is for you!

    Recipe #179482

    Garides Saganaki is not a traditional Greek recipe. It was probably created in the early 1960s, as tourists began to flood the Greek islands. It is now a popular starter served in upscale seaside taverns all over the country. Each portion usually comes to the table in its own two-handled pan, right out of the oven. This is the version served on the island of Andros. The sauce is scrumptious, so make sure you provide plenty of fresh crusty bread for dipping. You can stir in cream if desired before placing in the oven. Note: If you leave feta cheese uncovered in the refrigerator overnight, it will dry a bit and can then be easily grated. Recipe adapted from The Foods of the Greek Islands by Aglaia Kremezi.

    Recipe #169848

    Your kids will fly right home for these delicious after-school nutritious snacks that look like beautiful butterflies. Add a few raisins on each "apple wing" and they transform into butterflies with spotted wings. Spice up the flavor by adding 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon to the peanut butter. From Pillsbury.com

    Recipe #142820

    I love artichokes and eggs benedict. When I found this recipe I immediatly made it for breakfast the next morning. It is a beautiful and elegant breakfast dish that is great for a special occasion or romatic morning.

    Recipe #108255

    This is a favorite around here! Wonderful flavor! This recipe makes twice as much dressing as you will need for the coleslaw. Keep the extra on hand for tossing with rice noodle salads, serving as a dip for crudités or spooning over broiled or sautéed fish. So good. This recipe is from July 2004 of Food and Wine. MAKE AHEAD: The dressing can be refrigerated for up to 1 week.

    Recipe #133734

    Easy salad or appetizer that can be doubled or tripled for a crowd. This salad is really pretty when using the red jalapeños. Can also be made with diced red pepper for those afraid of the heat. Ensalada De Aguacate Con Jalapeños

    Recipe #170117

    I purchased some Black-Olive paste for the Stocking Swap with mama's kitchen (Hope)and of course had to get one for myself. This is a recipe I found and adapted that uses the wonderful paste. The original recipe was by Jimmy Bradley, co-owner of of Chelsea's wonderful Red Cat at The Mermaid Inn.

    Recipe #151175

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    This a pretty layered shot using Absinthe, Bailey's and Kahlua. It was pretty smooth and the absinthe has a surprisingly light liquorice finish. Pour liquor on an upside down spoon over glass to keep the liquors separated.

    Recipe #162638

    In keeping with his motto that "everything is better with bacon," Chef Robert Stehling of Charleston's Hominy Grill makes a bacon-herb paste that he stuffs under the turkey skin to produce an incredibly moist and smoky bird. MAKE AHEAD: The turkey can be prepared through Step 2 and refrigerated overnight. Bring the bird to room temperature before roasting. Wine: Both fruity, low-tannin reds and round, not-too-oaky whites will complement the smoky bacon here. Pick a spicy Pinot Noir, such as the 1999 Byron Sierra Madre Vineyard, or a creamy Chardonnay, such as the 2000 Acacia.

    Recipe #144830

    This as an alternative to the Apple Martinis and Sour Apple Martinis. It’s a vodka cocktail flavored with fresh green apple. No neon-green syrupy schnapps, just pure, fresh ingredients. Enjoy!

    Recipe #164002

    A quick and easy breakfast or brunch that is delicous and very attractive.This recipe is from Anne Quatrano and appeared in Food and Wine Magazine (April, 2005).

    Recipe #140825

    This is such and easy way to dress up a baked potato, visually and deliciously! The recipe is by Marcia Kiesel from Quick Flavor Fixes. Recipe Variations: You can use the butter on roasted baby potatoes, pasta or even grilled seafood. Note: I made this recipe with frozen corn in the past. I think it is better with fresh....but in a pinch frozen (completely thawed) would do.

    Recipe #143974

    Pescado Espada Al Horno A La Manzanillo. Simple baked swordfish recipe from the Pacific Mexican town of Manzanillo in Colima. Manzanillo is a popular coastal town known for its swordfish and sailfish.

    Recipe #169983

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