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    PAC.Fall 06

    Recipes that I've saved from the great chefs participating in Pick-a-Chef, Fall of 2006. My adoptees are echo echo, Chef Menel, and LittleKiwiChook. Browse away!
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    This came from Dana Carpender's 500 Low Carb Recipes book. She uses her own No-Sugar Ketchup recipe. I used Heinz 1 carb ketchup. This works really well. My husband never knew that it wasn't the sauce I usually use.

    Recipe #155326

    This is a great make ahead dip recipe that everyone loves.

    Recipe #163169

    Easy to make & very good.

    Recipe #163276

    This recipe was given to me by my cousin's wife. She has used it for entertaining for many years. It's great to make ahead, and delicious! I haven't made this myself, but didn't want to lose the recipe. I don't really know how much it makes, but I'm guessing 2 9"x13" dishes, or 1 larger dish.

    Recipe #163205

    I like to make this for family get-togethers. It's nice because you can make it up ahead of time and keep it in the fridge until you're ready to cook. In fact, I think it tastes better if you do!

    Recipe #181723

    Embarrassing because it's so easy and because it's definitely not diet food! The first time I made it, my husband, son and I ate it all up and didn't leave any for our daughter who was late, another reason to be embarrassed...

    Recipe #181623

    This makes flavorful "soupy" pinto beans that are great for wet burritos. Our family always called these "make your own burritos" since everyone's end up so unique. Serve with recipe #202702

    Recipe #182188

    Our kids begged for this every Friday when they were growing up. Now they ask for it everytime they come over. One of the very few things hubby knows how to cook :lol:

    Recipe #182193

    Easy and delicious! The cream cheese and green onions really make this dish special. This was originally a bean dip recipe, but we like it so much we serve it as refried beans too.

    Recipe #183304

    This is good old fashioned comfort food. A great way to use up leftover ham. Prep time includes making the biscuits.

    Recipe #185006

    This recipe was adopted by me in August 2006. I'm not sure whose it was but it sounds tangy tasty. Makes a ton. Can easily be cut in half. I think other types of beans would work well too. Cook time is what I use for chilling time in the fridge.

    Recipe #83962

    My boyfriend and I had the most fantastic pizza in Italy during our travels, even the takeaway stuff is fantastic. Through trial and error (and expanding waistlines) we think that I've found a good approximation of a home-made pizza sauce we had in Cassino when we went down there for the 60th commemorations last year.

    Recipe #123299

    Whitebait is a bit of a delicacy in New Zealand, and whitebait from the West Coast of the South Island is the best. The idea is to have more whitebait than batter, however it you go to a restaurant you will probably find that it's the other way round! West Coasters also serve them with mint sauce which is very tasty. Another thing to do is heat the oven to 50degrees C, and butter 4 slices of white bread. Put these on a plate in the oven (butter side up) and as each whitebait pattie is cooked put them on the bread. Us kids used to fight over the bread at the end as it tastes yummy(strange but true).

    Recipe #125438

    This works best with filet steak, however I have also made it with thick cut sirloin & it was yummy. It's nice as a special treat or dinner. I think this is an Annabel Langbein (NZ Chef) recipe but with a definite French influence.

    Recipe #128539

    This works really well with French camembert, which is strong and smelly. However, any brie/camembert type cheese that comes in a wooden box will do. Serve with crusty french bread & maybe some cold sliced meats (serrano/parma ham etc).

    Recipe #130558

    My friends & I used to make this to drink on hot summer nights - great grown-ups icecream shake! I add the Baileys to taste, 1/2c is just an approximation - depends whether the girls are in a good mood or not! For Aussies & Kiwis you can substitute the chocolate for 8 regular toffee pops or Tim-Tams.

    Recipe #140703

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