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    6 Reviews |  By chia

    from cooks illustrated, these are great for any type of grilled steaks. choose your rub and get grilling

    Recipe #93881

    These beans are very good and so easy. Slightly sweet with a hint of mustard. You can use butter or oil in place of bacon fat, but the bacon fat really makes it tasty.

    Recipe #121291

    7 Reviews |  By Bobtail

    I love to watch the Food Network and I saw this sandwich on one of their programs. I did not catch the name of the restaurant, but the story behind this sandwich was interesting. It said that this sandwich was created for "fussy eater" A father used to take his daughter to lunch on Saturdays at this popular restaurant in Havana, Cuba (before Castro) and the daughter was a fussy eater so there were very few things she liked. She loved strawberry jam, so the father asked the waiter to come up with a sandwich for her and so the Elena Ruth sandwich was born. I have not tried it, but when I saw the recipe, I knew it was something that I would like, however, I am not a fussy eater! The amounts of each ingredient are really to your own taste. I have estimated for the sake of the recipe format. I believe the cuban bread would be Midnight sandwich bread or any sweet bread that you like. If you try this, I hope you enjoy it! Addendum: I am adding an explanation of the difference between jam and jelly for our International members. Jam vs. jelly and then there are preserves too! All are made with fruit mixed with sugar and pectin The difference comes from the form the fruit takes. In jelly, the fruit is in the form of fruit juice, so the product is set and is smooth and sometimes slightly opaque. In jam, the fruit is in the form of fruit pulp or crushed fruit. The product is not as stiff as jelly. Preserves are made of chunks of fruit set in a syrup (made of fruit juices) or in a jam. As for the recipe, I believe it is stated to use the jam so the recipe would be true to the original way it was prepared.

    Recipe #112596

    Recipe is originally from the Food Network courtesy of Rachael Ray, but I tweaked it to fit our tastes. Very quick & easy shrimp recipe that's done on the stovetop. If your tastes desire spicy & garlic, then this recipe is just for you.

    Recipe #107997

    Has a mellow garlic flavored herb sauce for the chicken. Goes great with either mashed potatoes or rice.

    Recipe #78091

    A lovely combination of spices and the chicken is beautifully tender and moist. This was a recipe from a supermaket promotion, which I have slightly adapted to my own tastes. Very rich, so we do not have it too often! Served over rice and with a fresh salad to counteract the richness. A few have commented that they were not so fond of the cinnamon in this dish, and so another spice combination that is good is to leave out the cinnamon and ginger and replace with 1 teaspoon each of nutmeg and cumin.

    Recipe #88578

    88 Reviews |  By Vina

    Don't let the sparse ingredient list fool you. This is a recipe that's so easy to make yet so delicious that everyone inhales it. My mother was raised on this soup and she served it often to us. My grown daughters now demand it when they are home. To this day, entering the house on a cold day and smelling this soup is the most comforting, delicious aroma imaginable. It's also non-fat if you use skim milk. (But I like half-and-half, myself!)

    Recipe #74275

    This is a wildly addictive recipe my sister gave me. It's just spicy enough to make you catch your breath, but so tasty you'll keep coming back for more! Don't let the tofu in the recipe fool you. Tofu absorbs the flavors of the dish it's in, and by the time you get done making this, your family won't even know it's tofu! I highly recommend you do yourself a favor and get the hermetically sealed tofu (NOT the ones floating in water!). There is a big quality/flavor difference. Also, do not expect the same results if you do not make the recipe according to instructions. If you leave the liquid in the tomatoes or don't cook it according to instructions it will come out completely differently. My sister said she only made that mistake once...and swore she'd never do it again.

    Recipe #100766

    This recipe came from Allrecipes (Ruth Crickmer). My whole family loved it even though it cooked too fast. The original recipe said 'high heat' on the grill, which my husband did. It ended up cooking 8 minutes total, charred but not burnt tasting, and very juicy and flavorful. We'll turn down the heat next time for texture, but this is a keeper in our home!

    Recipe #29598

    FOUND IT. This recipe is from the book Apples to Zucchini: A Collection of Low Protein Recipes by Virginia Schuett and Dorothy Corry I adopted 9/15/2007. I found the CC information on 2/21/2008 Recipe corrected.

    Recipe #76938

    Family favorite - tried and true - the only recipe we use.

    Recipe #79595

    30 Reviews |  By Marie

    My absolute favorite chicken dish. I have put together bits and pieces of other chicken French recipes and this is the result. Almost failproof, comes out good every time.

    Recipe #43269

    27 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This has become my #1 wings recipe; love 'em! I serve these as a main course, but I think they'd be great to serve as a snack or appetizer, or take to a potluck. My son and I really enjoy these (DH, on the other hand, hates wings of any kind; his loss); I hope your family enjoys them too.

    Recipe #81666

    I had some vegetables to use up the other night and didn't want rice, pasta or potatoes again so I came up with these. I served them with a side salad and some natural low fat yoghurt (trying to stay off the sour cream). I hope you'll enjoy them as much as we did. You can just use bell pepper, but going to the extra trouble of roasting it first is really worth it, it adds a lovely sweetness to the dish (you can pop them under a hot grill while the first ingredients are simmering). If you like it spicy just add some chopped jalapeños, chili powder or red pepper flakes.

    Recipe #104595

    Deliciously yummy pudding great for a cold winters night and wonderfully quick and simple to make

    Recipe #45239

    114 Reviews |  By Mirj

    You can use these in all kinds of recipes, pastas, salads, whatever floats your boats. I also like to snack on these, although the flavor is intense!

    Recipe #14681

    This was posted by nlb in epicurious. It is from Necessities & Temptations from the Junior League of Austin. I have never, EVER, had a banana bread this good.

    Recipe #59900

    12 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This results in exceptionally moist and tender chicken, with the bonus of being a complete meal. The veggies get bathed in the chicken juices, resulting in an easy, delicious one-pan dinner. It's low-maintenance once it's in the oven too; no basting, no fussing. You may want to add extra garlic cloves in the pan; after roasting they're sweet and delicious and taste great when squeezed out onto the chicken meat or potatoes. Do try the parsnip in this dish, rather than the more traditional carrot; the parsnip gets very sweet when roasting and goes so well with the chicken. This dish is easy enough for weeknights, spiffy enough for company!

    Recipe #92682

    This is a moist and delicious pound cake that my family has been serving for special occasions for years. It's easy to make and even easier to eat! It can be topped with all kinds of goodies (whipped cream, strawberries, ice cream, etc.) to make it even better!

    Recipe #66278

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