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    Naughty But Nice Gang Visit USA

    This cookbook has the recipes from 'The Naughty But Nice Gang' for Zaar World Tour III United States of America
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    11 Reviews |  By iewe

    A friend and I made this up in college -- as we did not have much money, nor a proper kitchen. Over the years, I have tweaked it a bit -- now that I DO have a proper kitchen!

    Recipe #232204

    ***Update: This is the Crab Cake recipe used for building the Nutty for New England Naughty but Nice Crab Burger for one of the challenges in the Spring 07 Zaar Tour world! I have lived most of my life near the Chesapeake Bay and spent many summers in Maryland as a child. This is the original recipe that was on the back of the Old Bay can. This version contains baking powder which helps make the crab cakes light and fluffy. We have always added a little lemon juice and browned them in butter which I feel really brings out the flavor and absolutely makes these. Try refrigerating the shaped patties 30 minutes to help keep them together when cooking, This is a Summertime favorite of ours served with Corn on the Cob and Coleslaw!

    Recipe #158809

    These are fantastic and a New Orleans tradition! They are great for picnic or to take to the beach. They travel very well and the combined flavors are delicious! Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #92037

    I love smoked oysters and I am addicted to this as a snack! You can increase the amounts to serve to a crowd.

    Recipe #101598

    The little appetizers are fabulous. They will be the first to be eaten up. I always make a double batch since they are easy and can also be made ahead.

    Recipe #76964

    I got this off of Southern U.S. Cuisine. We love it! I have made a lower fat version of it using lite cheddar, lite sour cream and margarine without the taste being compromised at all. DH loves this casserole and always goes back for seconds!

    Recipe #98010

    I saw her make this on Food Network and it looks really good, so I thought I would post,

    Recipe #77018

    A great way to feed a hungry crowd for breakfast, this can be made ahead and put in the oven right before your guests arrive. Also great for potlucks!

    Recipe #142184

    I'm not much of a baker but this is a foolproof pie that you can make for Thanksgiving when someone asks you to bring something. Good served with vanilla ice cream.

    Recipe #74209

    Au Gratin Potatoes are tradition in my family at Easter served with ham. These are my family favorite!

    Recipe #85064

    These are terrific! Even my sauerkraut hating DH liked these! I like to use my George Foreman Grill for these. Serve with potato salad and crispy dill pickles.

    Recipe #79020

    This a really good and easy chicken casserole that we like to make on Sunday. Its nice for company too. I got this out of a local retirement house cookbook.

    Recipe #74113

    Got this from another recipe site. It tastes just like a BLT. Its very easy and is sure to be gobbled up!

    Recipe #76663

    Hot Wings are my absolute favorite appetizer! This is the way they prepared them at Ruby Tuesdays when I worked there and they are fantastic! They really are very simple to make and you can adjust the heat according to your taste.

    Recipe #78696

    These are very good and very easy!

    Recipe #227362

    A little different but delicious take on traditional Guacamole. We love this!

    Recipe #162979

    I posted this recipe in memory of my Father who would cook Pancakes for us on Sunday mornings. He would make "Silver Dollars" for me saying "How many Silver Dollars do you think you can eat"? Sometimes the simplest pleasures are the best. Rest In Peace Dad.

    Recipe #217179

    These burgers are fabulous and spicy. Serve these at your next Bbq along with traditional Hamburgers for something different! Your guest will love them

    Recipe #166592

    Colorful and cool - this California spin on spinach salad has a lot going on without a lot of effort.

    Recipe #163023

    I love Club Sandwiches and came up with this one afternoon using DH's favorite sandwich ingredients which are Turkey, Bacon and Swiss Cheese. He declared it delicious! :) The technique is not hard as long as you get your ingredients together and create an assembly line. Use a good sharp serated knife to easily cut these into bite size triangles.

    Recipe #218596

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