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    Random Recipe 'Saves'

    While hanging out on Zaar, I occasionally hit the 'Random Recipe' button. It's kind of like walking past a slot machine and dropping in a quarter, just to see what you might come up with. These are the recipes that I saved from those 'hits' and I plan on trying soon.

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    9 Reviews |  By lkadlec

    When the French settled in New Orleans they discovered the pecan. And they promptly made good use of it by creating pecan brittle, pecan pralines, pecan sauce and of course pecan pie. The first pecans I ever ate came from my Grandmother's pecan tree in her backyard. Every Christmas she would send a 50 pound gunny sack of pecans to my mother. My Grandmother's pecans were not those tasteless thin shelled kind; hers had thick shells with just as much shell as meat and 10 times more taste. This recipe for pecan pie is from my mother's uncle whose family owned Tujague's restaurant in New Orleans for more than 70 years.

    Recipe #2582

    Quick and easy side dish. I really like the flavor of the dijon mustard and the dill.

    Recipe #62129

    This is one of the first recipes I made by Julia Child and I still use it often. I like using these for a brunch or stuffed with ham & cheese for breakfast on the go.

    Recipe #98849

    Lots of flavor, I have made this also using pork tenderloin. Soak the wooden skewers in water for half an hour to prevent them burning. Marinating time not included. Freezing the meat slightly makes it easier to slice it thin.

    Recipe #49401

    These bear no resemblance to hamburgers other than being delicious in a bun with the same sort of topping. The "batter" will keep, covered, in the fridge, for up to a week making this an extremely convenient and delicious lunch or quick supper dish, or you can make tiny ones and serve as an appetizer. NOTE: I continue to make these regularly, and not surprisingly, don't make them the same every time. I often omit the Jalapeno and ginger, and instead add an extra grated zucchini and a tablespoon of mild curry powder.

    Recipe #39600

    My Aunt gave this recipe to me quite a few years ago. Since then I have won two 1st place ribbons(only times I entered it) at our local fair. Wonderful to serve alongside chilli!

    Recipe #63899

    I modified this from a recipe in Desperation Dinners. It's become my most requested potluck dish (even when there's no potluck!). I usually scale it up 2-3 times so the latecomers can have some.

    Recipe #201151

    Don't let the fact that it's made with V-8 fool you. The sauce thickens and becomes almost unrecognizable as having V-8 in it. I cobbled this recipe together between BH&G, mom, and Joy. It makes a lot, but that's ok, because the leftovers get more delicious with time, as the flavors blend with each other.

    Recipe #51734

    This chicken is so tender that it falls right off of the bones! Herbes de Provence is a wonderful spice to use on poultry, fish, and veggies (even potatoes). This chicken can also be roasted in the oven, but I prefer it cooked in the crock pot -it is more tender and flavorful when it is slow-cooked. Feel free to throw some additional veggies into the crock pot for a complete meal! Another recipe from a Suzanne Somers' cookbook (and then modified by me to cook in a crock pot).

    Recipe #91798


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