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    What a great condiment for grilled vegetables. Now I am not going to tell you how to grill your vegetables ... outside grill, inside grill, either way. Personally, I do nothing more than olive oil, salt and pepper when I grill mine. This salsa has plenty of flavor. This is served room temp or chilled over the hot grilled vegetables. Eggplant, zucchini, yellow squash, tomatoes, potato wedges, and onions are my favorites. Brussels sprouts would also be very good or grilled cabbage wedges.

    Recipe #422545

    Everybody knows chicory salad, but chicory is nice as a vegetable, too. In particular if you cook it in the oven in a creamy sauce. I usually halve the chicken and chicory (when I just cook it for myself or for two), but not the sauce. I like a lot of sauce. My favourite side dish to this is mashed potatoes with chives or scallions. Just make some mashed potatoes and fold in some finely chopped chives or scallions. The plate will look a little bit pale, though... This dish is NOT suitable for freezing. Recipe source: 'Good Food' magazine February 2005.

    Recipe #141532

    18 Reviews |  By Deb1

    This is a real Jewish brisket recipe. It's easy, and even better the second day. If you refrigerate the sauce, the excess fat can be scraped off the top. My kids and husband demand this at least once a month!

    Recipe #40506

    This recipe will rival any fine Italian restaurants entree. It is an impressive FOOL PROOF dinner to serve family or your guess. I used to "wing it" and then came across this recipe. You will love it. 11/08 suggestions: The sauce will thicken as it cools a bit. It should not be thick anyway. From: The Big Book of Casseroles

    Recipe #258413

    This was a quick throw it together Sunday Lunch pudding idea - raid the freezer for all the nearly used bags of frozen summer fruits, such as cherries, raspberries, blackcurrants, redcurrants, bilberries (blueberries), blackberries and strawberries. Fling them all into an ovenproof gratin dish; whizz up a shortbread crumble topping - and Bob's your uncle and Fanny's your aunt, as we say down our way!!!! We loved it, the combination of fruits was wonderful - and it is a great idea for using up whatever fruits you have lurking in your freezer. I am sure that fresh fruit would also be suitable. We like our fruits to be on the tart side - so pleased add sugar to taste! Serve the crumble with hot custard, cold custard, cream, ice cream, crème fraiche or whatever you fancy!

    Recipe #359834

    I made this to take to a dinner party. Not only is it easy, it is super yummy and beautiful! Using a tart pan with removable sides make for a nicer presentation. Combing the two cheeses works best, but you can use one or the other. Don't be tempted to add more cheese than suggested, it will be too thick with cheese and changes the outcome, IMO.

    Recipe #285260

    3 Reviews |  By Mami J

    A roasted chicken marinated in a black peppercorn, garlic and Madeira wine paste. Prep time is marinating time. Found online for Zaar World Tour 5.

    Recipe #370178

    This is one of those basic dishes that you can spiff up in anyway you please. You can add cheese, veggies or anything that you like to make it more savory for a main course dinner. I can think of about a 10 herbs that would taste great in this depending on what meats and vegetables you use.

    Recipe #15454

    Bon Appetit, Y’all; better to use block cheese you grate yourself, rather than pre-grated cheese.

    Recipe #358038

    From The Joy of Cooking. This is like a taste of heaven. Wonderful on fillet of beef, vegetables, eggs, or fish. I could just eat it with a spoon.

    Recipe #74236

    This is my own recipe that I made up for my dear husband. He wanted something strawberry tasting for breakfast. So I put on my thinking cap and started baking. This tastes just like fresh strawberries b/c I didn't do anything except try to keep the berry flavor light and bright. It tastes like fresh berries to last piece. I hope you like it. (prep time and bake time are an estimate.)

    Recipe #418000

    From "The Cheese Lover's Cookbook & Guide" by Paula Lambert.

    Recipe #76944

    The Caribbean coast of Guatemala has a wealth of fresh fish and coconuts. This dish, which frequently contains a wide variety of seafood, including squid, crab, shrimp, red snapper, sea bass, or mako shark, is an expression of this natural bounty. Achiote, also known as annatto, is a red-orange vegetable dye used to color dishes throughout Latin America.

    Recipe #313633

    Simple to make with traditional indian flavor. The spices called for are generally easy to find as well. Can be served alone or with rice.

    Recipe #395088

    2 Reviews |  By 1Steve

    Delicious Italian/ Mediterranean-style eggplant rollups filled with a mixture of Ricotta cheese and spinach and topped with tomato sauce. The thinly sliced eggplant itself forms a crepe as opposed to the French batter crepes we are usually familiar with.

    Recipe #21508

    This recipe calls for a stewing hen...but if you can't find one, use a regular whole chicken. This recipe lives up to its billing and makes such a good dish out of a poorish bird that the old girl is still an acceptable morsel.

    Recipe #373045

    My husband and I had the pleasure of going to Uncle Bubba's Oyster House in Savannah, Georgia, a few months ago and they served these wonderful corn muffins. I haven't made them yet but I had to post them here for safekeeping.

    Recipe #398088

    My family loves Spinach Dip. We had some friends over to watch a football game........go Patriots! I made a combination of recipes and came up with this one. Everyone inhaled it and told me to add it to my recipes in Recipe Zaar for safe keeping and said it was worth 5 Stars. Hope you enjoy it as much as we did. The cook time is the refrigerator time.

    Recipe #399451

    A recipe from "The Sydney Morning Herald" 20 Oct 2009

    Recipe #398754

    This is a Barefoot Contessa recipe. I just love her recipes. Although it was the first time that I have made linzer cookies, I found the directions easy to follow and the cookie to taste wonderful and light! Thanks Ina!

    Recipe #398805

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