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    The ultimate decadent corn on the cob;. based on a recipe from Paula Deen, of course. :) The flavor the bacon gives the corn is outstanding! Prep time includes soaking.

    Recipe #116926

    One of Steingrim's favorite dinners is rouladen - I make it a couple times a month. Rachael Ray's recipe that she got from her grandmother is quick and easy and very tasty, and that's the basic recipe I use. Instead of serving it with dumplings as Rachael does, however, I make sauteed mushrooms and mix them into the sauce. Delicious!

    Recipe #114930

    The Puerto Rican style jibarito (pronounced hee-bah-ree-to) sandwich was created at the Borinquen Restaurant in Chicago by owner Juan "Peter" Figueroa. Here's my take on making his famous jibarito at home. The plantain "bread slices" for this sandwich are most easily made if you have a large deep fryer, but it can also be done in a deep skillet with oil. I originally saw this made on FoodTV's "Roker on the Road" (episode "On a Roll"). According to the Borinquen website, these sandwiches are known as "emparedado de platano" in Puerto Rico.

    Recipe #114779

    This dish was prepared in the same episode of "30 Minute Meals" as the prosciutto-wrapped endive I've also entered here at RecipeZaar, so I went ahead and fixed them for dinner on the same day. :) Delicious! Hazelnuts are very well known and often used in cuisine of the Pacific Northwest, so I was happy to be utilizing them. Not to forget that I got to add stinky cheese, too!! (YUM!)

    Recipe #114771

    1 Reviews |  By Chill

    I saw something on TV about doing this. I found a recipe by Gale Gand on the Food Network website and made it for Easter dinner. If anything, it's fun to try. Let me know how yours turns out.

    Recipe #114431

    This is so good, quick & easy to make, Kids will love it. Thicker than soup, yet thinner than stew. Serve with a loaf of crusty bread, Enjoy.

    Recipe #108842

    These are fun & easy to make and provide a nice wrapper for my Special Fried Rice) and chinese meat dishes.

    Recipe #106831

    I make this every year for our turkey! It is so potent when you've first ground it, but don't worry, since once it's cooked you're left with a wonderfully spiced turkey (but nothing unusually flavored). People will not be able to pick out the spices, but will comment how great the turkey tastes. It makes the best gravy. It is so dark and rich with a great savory taste. Second time I brined turkey and it was super moist, although the flavor was the same when it was not brined.

    Recipe #107646

    1 Reviews |  By hepcat1

    This is a very easy recipe, makes a beautiful presentation, and is ridiculously delicious. Great first course for the holidays or a dinner party. It comes from Tyler Florence on the Food Network.

    Recipe #108479

    Recipe #108511

    Fabulous quiche by Jamie Oliver for cheese lovers like I am. The recipe is from foodnetwork.com.

    Recipe #107989

    A Mario Batali recipe. Cooking time reflects marinating time.

    Recipe #105533

    This is Bobby Flay's Sauce Can be used for noodles, shrimp, etc.

    Recipe #17346

    This is in reply to a request for mac and cheese. I copied this from Alton Brown "Good Eats" from the food network. Does take a bit of work, but well worth it. You can add tuna, hot dogs or any other kinds of additions you want.

    Recipe #107712

    This is my favorite and fastest salad I ever made. I got the recipe from "Rachael Ray, 30 minute meals." It's fantastic and you can make it in ten minutes. I get the packaged ready to serve romaine lettuce hearts. Get the hard salami sliced fairly thick and then dice into bite size pieces. Everything else is in a jar and "it's ready to go!"

    Recipe #67882

    From the Food Network, Rachael says "a stoup is thicker than a soup and thinner than a stew". I must make all my soups as stoups, since it isn't any thicker than other soups I have made. That aside, this is a very tasty soup -- one that I will make often. I cut up all my veggies ahead of time and made the recipe as posted except I didn't use the black olive tapenade because my store doesn't carry it and I stirred the parsley into the stoup while it was simmering. I also let it simmer on the stove for 20-30 minutes because I wasn't ready to serve dinner yet and it was fine. It is excellent and definitely a keeper!

    Recipe #102857

    Sooo good! I'll confess I got this recipe from Rachael Ray's "30 Minute Meals", but it's too good not to share with everyone. Don't let all the steps scare you (I spelled it out clearly for beginner cooks)...it's actually very easy and very worth it!

    Recipe #80056

    This recipe comes from Tyler Florence and makes the most magnificent and delicious ham we have ever tasted! It is beautiful when it comes out of the oven and the aroma while its cooking is just heavenly. I am posting the recipe as Tyler has written it, however, when I prepare this I make a few changes to lower the sugar and fat content in the glaze which are as follows: I reduced the butter to 1/2 cup unsalted butter and 1/2 cup smart balance spread; I reduced the brown sugar to 1 cup and added 1 cup of splenda mixed with a few tablespoons of sugar free maple syrup. I reduced the water content to 1/2 cup and only had to simmer for an additional 15 minutes to get the syrup texture. The substitutions work well, but I am sure this original recipe below will blow you away!

    Recipe #107122

    This recipe is from Paula Deen's Home Cooking show and is a delicious and easy change of pace for holiday dessert! This serves a large crowd, so is good for potlucks, too.

    Recipe #106824

    This is Alton Brown's recipe for Chewy Cookies. I haven't tried it yet. I thought I'd add it here so I could have it in my cookbook.

    Recipe #79271

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