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    This recipe is one of the signature desserts served at the Bean Palace Restaurant which is located inside the War Eagle Mill in Rogers, Arkansas. The mill was originally built in 1830 and is still a working water-powered grist mill. All corn and grains that are milled there are organically grown. This recipe is definitely not for anyone on any kind of diet, but if you are not worried about fats, carbs, sugars or calories then by all means try this recipe. Pecan Cobbler is one of the most delicious and rich desserts I have ever tried. Small servings are recommended. It is very similar to pecan pie. The oat flour used in the crust is simple to make by placing 1 cup of regular oatmeal into your blender and blending until it resembles powder. This also works in a food processor.

    Recipe #113490

    A spicy rich soup that becomes an addiction! This recipe is a modification found on a can of "Thai Kitchen" brand coconut milk. Ingredients can be found in the Asian section of most super markets. Coconut milk can be found near other canned milk.

    Recipe #120674

    Thai chicken & Galangal Soup

    Recipe #8575

    Copycat recipe posted per request. Sounds excellent.

    Recipe #166191

    11 Reviews |  By Mel T

    This recipe is posted in response to a request. I found it through a Google search. I've never tried the recipe, nor CB's mac and cheese, but it sounds like it would be really good! Note: times are approximate.

    Recipe #115126

    This is a low-carb stand-in for mashed potatoes. The spices and cream that are added to steamed and pureed cauliflower give this dish the taste, texture and appearance of mashed potatoes. Serve this up with any entrée that goes well with mashed potatoes, and I swear you'll never miss the spuds.

    Recipe #94123

    This recipe comes from The Blue Owl Restaurant and Bakery in historic Kimmswick, MO. My daughter named it "Football Soup" because we always make it when we have a crowd over watching the game after church! Incredibly easy, freezes beautifully, and my bean hating husband even loves it. I add an extra can of green chilies for more flavor. You can make it without the chicken for a cheaper meatless meal, and you can make it without the monterey jack cheese for a low-fat, less thickened soup (but the cheese adds a lot of flavor!)

    Recipe #110846

    Posted by request, here's my take on Taco Bell's Cheesy Fiesta Potatoes...

    Recipe #105948

    If you're not watching your sodium intake, use regular instead of low-sodium ingredients. This recipe is based on chili served at Gallagher'ss Steak House, 228 West 52nd Street, New York City, with just a couple of very minor alterations.

    Recipe #26772

    This is a version of the famous Wendy's chili and it tastes just like it! This recipe is from Todd Wilbur's book Top Secret Recipes. www.TopSecretRecipes.com

    Recipe #17858

    4 Reviews |  By CB

    This recipe comes from an original created by Felix Mexican Restaurant in Houston, TX. This is my take on this classic dish, and by far my favorite recipe for con queso. NOTE: If you want to omit the oil, be sure to soften the onions in a couple of tablespoons of hot oil!

    Recipe #101805


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