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    Originally from Family Circle, I've adjusted the amount of salt and honey mustard.

    Recipe #504482

    Wonderful grilled Cornish Hen recipe! Prep and Cook time do not include the 8 hours of marinating time!

    Recipe #504483

    Recipe #481384

    This chicken gets a nice lemony taste from the marinade before it is baked. I included the marinating time in the prep time....don't let it marinate longer or the lemon will start to cook the chicken! To reduce the fat content, remove the skin from your chicken. If you do this, reduce the cook time a bit or your chicken will dry out.

    Recipe #453419

    I an lucky and have a shrimp connection....I get my shrimp right off the boat! I am always looking for an even better way to serve shrimp. This is a refreshing recipe for a shrimp appetizer or a summer salad. Marinate for the full 48 hours for the best taste. Great to use at a party, because the shrimp are already need to clean up all those shells!

    Recipe #202178

    Unlike most quesadillas, these are baked, not fried. These are also cut into thirds for appetizers, but if you'd like, leave them whole and have them for a meal! I love crab, and I love cheese. I also tend to like flour tortillas! So this is something that worked out well in my appetizer repertoire!

    Recipe #337581

    This recipe comes from Judy Johnson and is from the cookbook "Extraordinary Cuisine for Sea & Shore". I choose chicken or beef broth depending on what I am serving this with. Occasionally I'll add in some asparagus tips or grated carrot to give it some color....feel free to add what you'd like.

    Recipe #447532

    This recipe originates from the Basque people of northeastern Spain and southwestern France. This is a very hearty soup, something I'd recommend for a cold winter day.

    Recipe #439671

    Great use of beef stew meat! Wonderful beef stew with coriander, coconut and tomatoes. This is a dish from East Africa, but has lots of Indian influence. It combines the Indian spice coriander with several classic African ingredients...peanuts, coconut, tomatoes, and green beans. I think you could substitute okra for the green beans if you wanted to.

    Recipe #142433

    This recipe came from the Holladay 7th Ward Cookbook, and was posted by Jeanne Forsberg. I found this when I had half a head of cauliflower and some carrots, and needed a vegetable side that I thought I could get kids to eat. As usual, cheese comes into play!

    Recipe #473990

    Okay, I am a firm believer in cooking my ribs over indirect heat on a charcoal grill (and I prefer baby back ribs)....but there are certain times of the year when it is just too miserably hot or too miserably cold to stand outside on the deck and do this! Plus my local grocers puts country style ribs "buy one get one free" at least once month, so I had to find a way to take advantage of this deal!! This is the recipe to use for any of those occasions!

    Recipe #343181

    Although there are several chicken in mustard sauce recipes here on Zaar, I couldn't find one with these exact ingredients. I just love it, and the recipe makes enough sauce that you can enjoy it over noodles or rice. Although one of my favorite things is to have a nice crusty loaf of bread to sop up the sauce. From the Junior League of Phoenix.

    Recipe #413928

    This meat loaf is not spicy, despite the name. It is a mix of ground beef and pork, with a nice creole sauce on top. It originally came from an old Southern Living cookbook, but the recipe has been changed significantly since its publication. If you would like, put the cheese of your choice on the meatloaf before adding the creole sauce. Also, feel free to substitute creole seasoning for the salt and pepper!

    Recipe #328472

    Ethiopian cooking is known for its "berbere", a highly spiced hot red pepper sauce. This chicken dish makes use of this sauce. To cut fat, you may take the skin off the chicken, although this is not traditional. Bone in chicken tastes best. Serve with Recipe #455607 455607. This recipe comes from "Classic International Recipes".

    Recipe #455567

    Everyone knows about hot buttered rum to ease those aching muscles after a hard day...but for Floridians, sometimes we need something cold to do that! Great milkshake to soothe those aching muscles! Feel free to increase the rum as necessary for your aches and pains!

    Recipe #344031

    This is great for a brunch or for a holiday morning brunch.

    Recipe #442893

    "Spices and flavorings from China, India, Spain, and tropical Africa have found their way into North African cooking. Garlic, coriander, cumin, and pepper season this open-faced Egyptian Eggplant Omelet. Typical Egyptian omelets are packed with vegetables and meat, making them thick, firm and perfect for lunch or supper." from Classic International Recipes. Planning for lots of eggplant from my garden this year!

    Recipe #369516

    Before my divorce, I found myself the proud owner of lots of fish....he spent an awful lot of time fishing! So I had to find numerous ways of preparing it, so that I didn't have to eat the same thing over and over again! I can't say I miss the ex-husband, but I really do miss the fish! The sesame oil adds a nutty flavor....if you don't like sesame oil, use butter or margarine. I live on the gulf coast, so my fish of choice is red snapper, grouper, or amberjack...if I'm lucky triggerfish! A nice firm, white meat fish is preferably...nothing fishy tasting like mackerel!

    Recipe #406393

    After much testing, I've found this is the best way to get nice, crispy fries! Since DS thinks fries are a nutritional necessity, I really needed to find the best-tasting way to make these. When money is tight, I have substituted vegetable/canola oil without a major difference in taste, but the peanut oil is best. Prep time does not include soaking time.

    Recipe #433154

    This is wonderful when you can grab your tomatoes straight off the plant....Simple and easy. I suggest you only use fresh parsley and basil for this. Prep time does not include the 30 minutes the cheese spends in the freezer :)

    Recipe #449117

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