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    Magazine - Coastal Living

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    From Costal Living January 2004

    Recipe #252385

    An excellent dip from Coastal Living magazine.

    Recipe #176351

    From Coastal Living. We love the Chocolate Bourbon Brownies With Double Frosting (#92550) I have listed, and here's another using bourbon, with the added attraction of mint. Edited to add: I just made these, and I would encourage anyone trying these to use a smaller pan (8x8 or 9x9) because these do come out pretty thin! I used a bit less sugar and a little more of both the bourbon and peppermint extracts.

    Recipe #111869

    From Coastal Living. I confess this isn't my kind of recipe (I have an aversion to mayo and I don't eat bacon!) but my husband loves horseradish AND potato salad. This one's for him. I add a couple of thinly sliced radishes to give the salad a little color (paprika is nice, too). Watch your potatoes when you cook them. Mine would've been mush if I had cooked them for 30 minutes!

    Recipe #111803

    In Cuba these treats are called mariquitas. Make these a day ahead, and store them in an airtight container. Recipe courtesy of Coastal Living.

    Recipe #66918

    Good, good stuff. Probably will make you howl ;)

    Recipe #58998

    Got recipe from Coastal Living website. These are Quick and Easy! Enjoy!

    Recipe #66917

    It's snowing here and I guess I am looking forward to the summer! This is from Coastal Living magazine.

    Recipe #111569

    Got recipe from Coastal Living - B Smith.

    Recipe #66261

    I love traditional mimosas, and this is a delicious and pretty variation. From Coastal Living.

    Recipe #111800

    This comes from Coastal Living, and the recipe is credited to Louis Pappas Market Cafe in Tampa. I haven't been to this cafe, but the Pappas family is well-known in Florida for their wonderful Greek food.

    Recipe #111801

    This comes from Coastal Living, and the recipe is credited to Louis Pappas Market Cafe in Tampa. I haven't been to this cafe, but the Pappas family is well-known in Florida for their wonderful Greek food. If you have to pit the olives, the prep time will be longer.

    Recipe #111802


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