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    Emeril strikes again!!! These are great!!!!!!!!!!

    Recipe #65661

    3 Reviews |  By s'kat

    These are a fairly quick and fresh tasting version of steak fries. These are based upon Julia Child's 'Pommes de terre sautees a l'ail'. She also suggests that you can use sage or rosemary in place of the thyme.

    Recipe #34698

    3 Reviews |  By P4

    I love, love, love this bread! The ingredients may seem sweet to you, but it really isn't. It's a little spicy, a little sweet, a little savory. I made my first batch when I was pregnant, ate one entire loaf right out of the oven, and then started another batch that same day so I wouldn't run out! I couldn't stop eating it, it's that good. It does require some long rising times, but the actual work you put into it is minimal. You need to allow 2 full days to make this bread. You will be rewarded, though - it's incredible. From Baking with Julia, my favorite baking book...

    Recipe #56109

    This is a Rick Bayless recipe posted by request for ElissaZ.

    Recipe #100903

    Recipe by Rick Bayless and originally submitted by Mean Chef. I adopted this recipe in September 2006.

    Recipe #52596

    This recipe is by Rick Bayless and are the best chiles rellenos on the planet.

    Recipe #56452

    4 Reviews |  By yooper

    A hearty, stick to the ribs entree from TV chef Mario Batali. I substitute ground beef for the harder to find veal. Taken from Bon Appetit.

    Recipe #30991

    4 Reviews |  By s'kat

    This is a recipe from Mario Batali, and is incorporated into 'Timpano Di Maccheroni' (the mythic pasta dome, recipe #85372). Fabulous meatballs. My husband has resigned his own recipe in lieu of this one.

    Recipe #83627

    Mario Batali's way... He says it works well to put the tomatoes in right before you go to bed and remove them in the morning.

    Recipe #106242

    Hey Vegetarians and Side Salad hunters, here's a recipe for you ! This is a Jacques Pepin recipe. This is a family favorite. Just think of all the VITAMINS! If you follow the directions carefully, you will have a mouthwatering, beautifully arranged salad of green, white, and red on a plate. Enjoy !

    Recipe #105135

    Awesome tartar sauce made by Emeril. Found on Emeril's web page. Is very good and tangy with just a little kick.

    Recipe #86498

    We adore this roast. The next day throw the meat, vegetables & gravy into a pot. Add a can of beef broth simmer. Thicken to a desired consistency and you have a wonderful stew the next day.

    Recipe #17785

    4 Reviews |  By yooper

    Haven't made this yet, but I'm passing this along for all the "Emeril" fans out there! These look mighty tasty indeed!

    Recipe #34866

    3 Reviews |  By Mirj

    This is from Emeril Lagasse's new book, Prime Time Emeril

    Recipe #13570

    Emeril Lagasse prepared this on Good Morning America this morning.... It looks devine! I can't wait to try it. I'm posting it here so i can find it later. Feel free to try it!

    Recipe #87159

    This is real comfort food. A family favorite. If you can, buy the fresh mozzarella. You won't believe the difference and it's worth it. The texture isn't rubbery like the typical mozzarella. I got it from watching an Emeril show on the Food Network.

    Recipe #39900

    From his book "Emeril's Potluck, Comfort Food with a Kicked Up Attitude".

    Recipe #104761

    This is from one of my children's cookbooks, "Emeril's There's A Chef In My Soup!" It's a great calcium packed side dish for the kids to enjoy.

    Recipe #104424

    Original recipe was from the Food Network courtesy of Emeril. Changed the recipe a bit to fit our tastebuds and let me just say, this is a terrific way to make shrimp. Presentation is good enough for a dinner party.

    Recipe #108000

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