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

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    This recipe yields the best tasting greens I have ever eaten! I have yet to have a batch of bitter greens when cooked this way. This recipe has the potential to change the minds of green-haters and may even bring about a cute southern accent. Blanching the greens before adding to the slow cooker helps remove the natural bitterness. I usually make it with kale and beet greens but other greens work as well. The greens pair well with pilsner or an off-dry riesling, especially if you use the balsamic vinegar.

    Recipe #163356

    White asparagus is not actually a special variety of asparagus. It is grown in the ground covered with sand or soil so it does not receive the sunlight needed to develop the chlorophyll that gives green asparagus its color. White asparagus tend be milder and more tender then green asparagus. I found that adding both sugar and salt to the water and boiling it for about 5-6 minutes was perfect. The brown butter is an excellent accompaniment to the white asparagus. Hope you like it!

    Recipe #164239

    These fresh oregano roasted potatoes are irresistible so make sure you have plenty for seconds! This dish is phenomenal on Paros, a Greek Island, where the local potatoes have an exceptional taste. If using small potatoes, there is no need to peel them, but be sure to halve them, so they can absorb more sauce. Adapted from The Foods of the Greek Islands by Aglaia Kremezi.

    Recipe #169828

    A quick and easy salad recipe that is perfect for the summer. Great with BBQ food! The Tarragon wine vinegar really gives this a wonderful flavor. It should chill for at least 2 hours before serving. Recipe adapted from Scandinavian Spice Company for the Zaar World Tour II.

    Recipe #169937

    Nayarit is a state on the Pacific Coast of Mexico where seafood is abundant and the flavors are ample. These stuffed chilies are a popular local appetizer. The sweet mango and the spiciness of the poblano chiles pair really well in this recipe. This dish is served cold. If you like some heat these are wonderful, if you like them hotter add jalapenos.... I love the heat!!!

    Recipe #170000

    I love when I get a salad at a restaurant that is garnished with Hearts of Palm. I often see the cans in the grocery store and am tempted to grab one, but never do for fear that I wont use it. This is a typical salad, side dish or appetizer from Central America that uses this wonderful ingredient. Since the absorbency of the hearts of palm varies from batch to batch you may need more or less of the olive oil. If making as a salad spoon on top a bed of mixed greens.

    Recipe #170418

    First prepare the Margarita and put in the refrigerator to keep cold, then work on the shrimp. The recipe works best if you sample the margarita as you prepare the spicy shrimp. Be sure to leave at least a 1/4 cup for the shrimp or you will have to make more margaritas. Depending on how much you have sampled you may want someone else to tend to the grill. And, as always, don't skimp on the quality of tequila. Oh, and the shrimp is phenomenal!

    Recipe #170437

    Refreshing Caribbean Dish that is quick and easy! Great for lunch or as a side dish to accompany Jerk Chicken. Pair with a fruity and berry filled Australian Shiraz! Enjoy!

    Recipe #224793

    The broccoli is slowly caramelized to bring out its sweetness, then enlivened with a squeeze of lemon and a pinch of crushed red pepper.... Fast, healthy, vegetarian and totally delicious!! Even broccoli haters will enjoy this dish!

    Recipe #257750

    I love the green beans found on Chinese Restaurant buffets! They are the bomb! I could easily pay for the entire buffet and only eat the green beans! I found this recipe while searching for the technique online as I was told the secret was that they were Dry-Fried. Oh Yum! Thanks to Ronda Parkenson for the recipe I adapted. I found that I did not need as much oil when making this recipe....so i reduced the oil amounts to what I used, if it does not look like enough for you, feel free to add more.

    Recipe #272498

    In the Middle Ages, Flemish cities were at the crossroads of the Northern spice routes, and brewers and cooks both took advantage of exotic spices. According to Food & Wine, you'll see that influence in this curried soup and in the Blanche de Bruges that is its ideal wheat beer accompaniment. MAKE AHEAD: The curried soup can be prepared through Step 1 and refrigerated overnight.

    Recipe #133809

    These aromatic dan dan noodles in a spicy soy-based sauce are wildly popular at South Beauty. A small bowl of them will customarily arrive at the end of a meal—especially in the summer when, paradoxically, eating chile-laden foods is thought to help you feel cooler. Choose noodles that have a firm, chewy texture. This wonderful recipe is from Susanna Foo.

    Recipe #136242

    The grated plantain in this coastal Ecuadoran soup gives the dish a wonderfully light and creamy body. Tiny and virtually flavorless, annatto seeds, also known as achiote seeds, are commonly used throughout Latin America to add a distinctive reddish yellow color to sautéed foods. They are available in Latin markets and the Latin section of some supermarkets. At Zafra, Chef Maricel Presilla accents her Ecuadoran chowders, as well as grilled chicken and fish, with this crisp salsa. To turn up the heat, add 1 finely chopped fresh chile, such as cayenne or serrano. This delicious recipe is from Food & Wine, May 2001. MAKE AHEAD: The Annatto Oil can be refrigerated in a tightly sealed jar for up to 2 months. The salsa can be refrigerated for up to 3 days. Note: Please check refrigeration times in the instructions, they are not included in prep or cook time.

    Recipe #138627

    The author of Seriously Simple, Diane Rossen Worthington, created this awesome and seriously simple soup.

    Recipe #138631

    The fragrant limes that are abundant on the Yucatán peninsula make this soothing soup especially appealing. This recipe was crafted by Patricia Quintana, one of Mexico's best-known chefs. MAKE AHEAD: The chicken soup can be prepared through Step 5 up to 1 day ahead. Refrigerate the shredded chicken and broth separately. Keep the fried tortilla strips in an airtight container. WINE: The acidic, citrusy notes in this soup call for a dry Australian Riesling with matching citrusy flavors, such as the 2003 Grosset Watervale or the 2002 Frankland Estate Isolation Ridge. From A Yucatan Adventure, Food & Wine, Dec. 2003.

    Recipe #138633

    This cool, sophisticated soup comes from Etienne Krebs of Restaurant l'Ermitage in Clarens. The wild mushroom toasts are a lovely foil for the soup's silkiness.

    Recipe #140910

    I never seem to have enough drippings (no matter how ample) to make as much gravy as I need--at least 1/3 cup of gravy per person, as far as I'm concerned. You can prepare stock weeks before Thanksgiving so you have it on hand not only for making gravy, but also for thinning soups, braising vegetables and moistening stuffings. MAKE AHEAD: The stock can be refrigerated for 3 days or frozen for 1 month. This recipe is from the test kitchen for "Perfect Gravy."

    Recipe #143924

    This soup is served in the squash shell with the lid set aside. Perfect for thanksgiving dinner or an nice fall or winter special occasion. Both the soup and squash shell can be reheated in a microwave oven. MAKE AHEAD: The recipe can be made through Step 5 and the components refrigerated separately overnight. The porcini cream can be made earlier in the day and refrigerated. Recipe is adapted from Jeremiah Tower, a patriarch of modern American cuisine and the genius behind San Francisco's Stars.

    Recipe #144834

    You are looking at this recipe because you like Lobster Bisque... look no further. This recipe is to die for! It was adapted from a recipe by Darren Lock, chef of The Point, a former Rockefeller lodge high in the Adirondacks. Start preparing the bisque as soon after cutting the lobsters as possible. MAKE AHEAD: The recipe can be made through Step 4 & refrigerated a day. Just rewarm before proceeding. Wine pairing: A dish of this complexity and grace deserves a wine with just as much. Try it with the rich and silky Selbach-Oster Wehlener Sonnenuhr Riesling Spätlese 2001 from Germany. Buy two bottles and save one for 2025.

    Recipe #144835

    This is my all-time favorite vegetable stock; the richness of this stock belies its simplicity. It loans its full-bodied flavor to almost any soup. It is the only veggie stock I will use to make my Recipe #150699 (Aka Hangover Soup), it would be a shame to make that soup any other way… a real shame. I originally found the recipe in a cookbook titled Soup and Bread: A Country Inn Cookbook, and have since adjusted it a bit. I also usually double the batch as it seems that 4 cups is never enough for us, and it freezes well. You can also add as many shiitake mushroom stems as you want (say 1 -3 cups) to the browned vegetables with the water for even more flavor. The variation which follows is sheer heaven: the ambrosia of soup stocks. Note: This recipe yields a little over 4 cups, if you are making my Hangover Soup recipe you will needs to double this recipe.

    Recipe #150683

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