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    2 Reviews |  By Lennie

    Found this recipe in a Canadian Living magazine and had to try it. It's really yummy, and makes a good amount too. Hubby didn't seem too thrilled that it had carrots in it, but he said he liked it, AND he went back for seconds LOL.

    Recipe #114231

    This dish was served at Governor John Y. Brown's pre-Derby breakfast. From a May 1982 issue of Bon Appetit in the "Bon Voyage" section that featured recipes from Kentucky. Cheese grits are also great with ham!

    Recipe #371198

    Really good. From The Complete Middle East Cookbook By Tess Mallos. This is really nice served with Recipe #322921.

    Recipe #387331

    8 Reviews |  By Babs7

    I adapted this recipe from a Penzeys Spices recipe. The Penzeys recipe had the Cheese as an option but in my book the cheese is a must!

    Recipe #119156

    I clipped this out of a Woman's World magazine and made it for the first time last night and it's just too good!!!!!!

    Recipe #92212

    Donna Spears, Oxford, North Carolina, Southern Living, JULY 2008 If you prefer a creamy coleslaw, double the amount of dressing.

    Recipe #432401

    I really like the flavor imparted from the beef broth, instead of more dairy from cream or milk, as is usually found with scalloped potatoes.

    Recipe #182033

    I think this recipe is an absolute gem. Really, in all my years of cooking, I don't think I have ever made chops as delectable as these! Crispy-crunchy on the outside, meltingly tender and moist on the inside. The key, I think, is the salty milk marinade/brine, and making sure not to overcook them. Thanks to Gourmet Magazine for this one.

    Recipe #73062

    This can be served as an appetizer or during a meal. The recipe came from a Pillsbury holiday appetizer cookbook.

    Recipe #81904

    Easy marinade and grill recipe for shark steak. I have not tried this yet but it looks wonderful!

    Recipe #320984

    The testing of Salmon recipes continues and this one was great. I served with the Herb Stuffed Tomatoes.

    Recipe #324029

    1 Reviews |  By Noo

    Another recipe that I learnt to make at college and has served me well over the years. It's really simple and very effective. Cook time is approx chill time.

    Recipe #336251

    1 Reviews |  By Molly53

    Substituting chicken livers/fat turns this into pate de foie gras de poulet. To make canapes with the Pâté de Poulet, add 1/4 cup cream and season with a little cayenne or Tabasco sauce and serve on toast rounds or buttery crackers. From the Creole chapter of the United States Regional Cookbook, Culinary Arts Institute of Chicago, 1947.

    Recipe #256733

    60 Reviews |  By Zurie

    NOTE ADDED Jan 27, 2012: Please note that this is NOT a serious cake recipe! It is a fun recipe, for a quick choc snack. It may work for you, or you may have to make adjustments, or it might not work for you. Please do not judge this little recipe as if it is a chocolate cake -- as you will see from the reviews, they range from "great!" to "awful!" LOL! ORIGINAL INTRO: This recipe is doing the e-mail rounds! I do not know where it originated, but if you have kids, teenagers, or a sweet tooth yourself, it works!! A chocolate cake in a mug, for one person! Do use a LARGE mug! I never, ever post recipes like this which I have not made, and I'm not a microwave fan, but this one, for parents of the above-mentioned people, just has to be posted. Delicious with whipped cream, ice cream or custard, they say! It must be great to mix a choc cake in a mug, and have a hot "cake" within 3 minutes!!

    Recipe #322553

    7 Reviews |  By Junebug

    So easy, quick and delicious you won't believe it! Use a ripe and flavorful fresh tomato in this dish. It's best with fresh basil, but I know it's not always available to everyone and it still tastes great with the dried.

    Recipe #43995

    This is a one pot - easy dish. I got the idea from a small little "One Pan Meals" cookbook , but over the years have added my touches. It is easy to make, and easy on the budget. Using a few fresh and a few frozen ingredients, a little wine and brandy, and most importantly fresh herbs, makes this easy to make with rich flavors. I prefer using fresh tarragon and thyme, but if dried is all you have, it will work just fine. It is finished and on the table in about 30 minutes. I use a mix of breasts and thighs, but you could easily use all of one or another. Serve with a nice tossed salad and Recipe #427733.

    Recipe #427812

    188 Reviews |  By Tish

    The easiest Chicken Cacciatore yet! Throw it in the Crock-Pot and run all day to come home to the savory smells coming from your kitchen. Spice it up to your liking.

    Recipe #41685

    This is from Gourmet magazine, May 2006. This Moroccan recipe is served at Jnane Tamsna in Marrakech.

    Recipe #428523

    6 Reviews |  By Terese

    Lovely served with rice and Chinese greens and also easy as you can just put them in the oven.

    Recipe #206280

    This makes a real kicked up version of red potato salad. I use minimal mayo and some brown/spicy mustard for a tad bit of a kick. This is a very easy recipe that is best made ahead of time and chilled for a day before taking to the picnic, pot luck, or party. Please note that cook time is for the boiling of the potatoes which may be longer as it's just a guestimate. Enjoy!

    Recipe #103780

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