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    NcMysteryShopper is IT!!!! Souper Springy Sides and Salads

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    A delicious hot beverage that is perfect in cold weather and for holiday entertaining. Also a wonderful drink if you are feeling a bit under the weather as well! Tastes especially good with ginger-bread cookies! Be sure to spike it with high-quality dark rum. This version can also be chilled. Recipe adapted from Suzanne Lombardi from Star Cookies.

    Recipe #146741

    Tasty and Quick Mediterranean adult shake recipe from Joanne Weir. Why should the kids have all the fun?! You can use 1/4 cup Prosecco in place of the Champagne as well...

    Recipe #148789

    Rooibos leaves, which are grown in South Africa, resemble tea leaves but come from a different plant and don't have any tannins. They have recently made an appearance on store shelves here. You can substitute black tea in this recipe; add it during the last 5 minutes of simmering.

    Recipe #140691

    Sima is a sweat mead that is an essential seasonal brew connected with the Finnish Vappu festival. It is usually spiced by adding both the flesh and rind of a lemon. During secondary fermentation raisins are added to control the amount of sugars and to act as an indicator of readiness for consumption — they will rise to the top of the bottle when the drink is ready. Sima is usually accompanied by munkkeja or Tippaleivät (donuts and other pastries). Mead is ready after 2-3 days.

    Recipe #136528

    There is definilty more than one tradition going on in this recipe. Dill and cucumber unite in a Greek-inspired salad, while salmon and dill are a typical Scandinavian pairing. A great recipe adapted from Food & Wine Magazine. Wine: They suggest a good Sancerre or Pouilly-Fumé to make the fresh, bright flavors of this pasta salad sing.

    Recipe #136225

    Prunes really go well with pork and this recipe has them inside the pork and in the sauce. The pork takes on a delicious sweet flavor from the prunes. This recipe is from Chef Marcus Samuelsson of Aquavit. Samuelsson pairs this dish with red cabbage and roasted potatoes and serves with lingonberry preserves or fresh cranberry relish. Variations: For a richer sauce use a good quality fresh or frozen veal stock.

    Recipe #136333

    Bay leaves lend this spritzer a spicy fragrance that offsets the sweetness of the blueberries and plums. MAKE AHEAD: The syrup can be refrigerated for 1 week. NOTES Variation: Pour 2 tablespoons of the berry syrup into a Champagne flute and top with Champagne.

    Recipe #133206

    This makes the best barbecue chicken on the planet. The extra effort of making the marinade is a definite payoff. The sweet mustard glaze gives the grilled chicken a wonderful crisp coating. The chicken does need to marinate overnight so plan ahead. This mustard sauce is also fantastic on pork chops. MAKE AHEAD: The sauce can be safely stored in a lidded jar in the refrigerator for a month. WINE: The sweet barbecue sauce mate well with a full-bodied, fruity grenache such as Domaine Lafond Roc-Epine Lirac Blanc 2004 or an off dry fruity Reisling such as the very easy to drink 2002 Reisling - Domaine Fernand Engel.

    Recipe #133159

    This beautiful and delicious recipe is so unusual; it's perfect for entertaining. This is from Linda Larsen’s Guide to Busy Cooks.

    Recipe #121945

    I adopted this recipe from a member here at Zaar. This was her original description: "My daughter begged to take this recipe to school for her birthday party treat rather than cupcakes when she was six! The teachers asked me to make a separate batch for them the next time. We've been eating it every chance we get for the last twenty years. Given to me by a co-worker years' ago."

    Recipe #95209

    The chicken is stuffed with creamy ricotta, spinach, and garlic and then gently cooked in a rich tomato sauce. This is a really easy chicken dish that looks impressive and tastes outstanding. This is a suitable dish to make ahead of time. You could even add Parmesan Cheese and Artichoke Slices to the stuffing for an even tastier Chicken!

    Recipe #115223

    A popular "new" cut of steak (Top Blade Steak) that is cheaper and surprisingly more flavorful than the expensive steaks that is gaining popularity in the US. Posted for forum request. Said to be replacing the last steak-cut-fad "the hanger"...from Gourmet Sleuth

    Recipe #127444

    Halibut with herb sauce dares to bring fish that's not smoked to the brunch table. Created by husband-and-wife team, Gayle Pirie and John Clark, of San Francisco's Zuni Cafe, when they resolved to rescue what they saw as an unloved meal from its second-class status. They accomplished this feat in part by moving beyond eggs. While this dish doesn't shout Christmas any more than it does brunch, it's ideal for the holidays: easy to prepare, perfect to serve to large groups and crafted to make the most of comforting seasonal ingredients. Match this simple, mild fish with a light, fresh and fruity white like the fragrant 1998 Antinori Galestro or the 1998 Anselmi Soave San Vincenzo. MAKE AHEAD The sauce can be refrigerated for several hours.

    Recipe #133656

    This luscious cake is one of the most requested from the Los Angeles Times. Posted for forum request. Recipe from: Thirty Years of Recipe Requests to the Los Angeles Times by Rose Dosti (Los Angeles Times)

    Recipe #143672

    This recipe is my version of a very popular mussel dish from my favorite restaurant! The ingredient that makes this recipe so wonderful is the Sambuca, so do not leave it out! I have substituted Pernod and thought that was wonderful as well. Can be served as an appetizer or a main dish. Make sure you have plenty of crusty bread because you will want every last drop of the sauce! Enjoy! Wine Pairing: Domaine de l'Ecu Muscadet Sèvre et Maine Sur Lie 2003 with its yellow apple, lemon zest, pear and Macadamia nuts and light but creamy body is a wonderful match to the dish.

    Recipe #147394

    I have several recipes for Steak Diane, and this one is from the 21 Club. Cooks Notes: Use the best steak you can afford, from a good butcher.

    Recipe #149856

    Serve these tasty sosaties over rice and chopped fruit such as banana or mango. The marinating time is at least overnight and up to 3 days, plan accordingly. You can also use beef or pork (pork is totally non-traditional) for this recipe. You can use the lemon water as a substitute, however Tamarind is traditionally used in this recipe to add a sour note to balance the sweet flavour. The easiest way to buy tamarind is in cans (Goya) in the Mexican Food section. But it is also sold in packets as a pulp, it looks like pulped dates. You will not be using the pulp, but water made from the pulp. Soak about 100 grams of pulp in water for 10-20 minutes. Squeeze the tamarind pulp with your hand to squeeze out the sour juices. Use the water and keep the pulp in the fridge to reuse. You can reuse the pulp several times until it loses it sourness.

    Recipe #173545

    I had this while on vacation in Key Largo, FL and had to have the recipe. It is a moist and flavorful chicken with a fabulous sauce that is good on just about everything. It is a real crowd pleaser and an instant hit at every table. Add roasted potatoes, some steamed veggies, salad and bread and you will have a wonderful dinner! The recipe calls for 1/4 cup butter, however, I use less and it always comes out perfect.

    Recipe #113014

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