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    This is a Tyler Florence recipe. It's filled with intense Moroccan flavor and it's very easy to make. Roasted chicken with a twist! Give it a try when you're looking for a yummy change of pace. Enjoy!

    Recipe #424382

    Take me back to the Caribbean! Ripe mangoes are important for that Caribbean flavor, buy them in advance and allow them to ripen. The mango flavor is balanced by banana, lime juice and dark rum. Yum! Credit goes to Ina Garten.

    Recipe #373691

    A Food and Wine magazine staff favorite! Leave the seeds in the serrano chile if you like the heat/spice!

    Recipe #424649

    This recipe combines vinegar, brown sugar, and spicy Sriracha to make a sauce for your chicken wings or wing pieces. Great as a game day snack or as part of an Asian-themed buffet.

    Recipe #472603

    The broiled fish pairs perfectly with toasted sourdough bread, spread with a tangy sauce. This is a Casual Outdoor Dining recipe by Williams-Sonoma. Note: I really like to toast my rolls or bread for this recipe. Also, you can use any type of firm white fish. Enjoy!

    Recipe #371018

    Rice is one of the staple foods in Hawaii. This recipe makes ordinary rice exciting and flavorful. From A Taste of Hawaii cookbook. In a pinch, you could probably use any type of nut. I love that this rice cooks in the oven.

    Recipe #458065

    A Greek delight. I love pastitso. It's kind of like a Greek lasagne. This recipe takes some time, but it is well worth it! Enjoy. :)

    Recipe #426940

    This is a simple, delicious soup that can be served either hot or cold. Adding ham is optional. Note the chopping of veggies in the ingredient section. Once everything is prepped, the soup comes together in a snap! This soup goes well with a nice piece of crusty bread...or toasted bread drizzled with a little bit of olive oil. Thanks go to Jamie Oliver!

    Recipe #429942

    I love pepper jelly. This recipe is a mix of sweet and heat. My favorite way to use it is: Pour some pepper jelly over a block of cream cheese and serve with crackers. You can't get any easier than that for an appetizer and it has always been a crowd pleaser. I like to have both items on hand, just in case I have unexpected guests. This recipe makes 3 cups of pepper jelly and it will keep in the refrigerator for up to 3 months. It also makes a great hostess or neighborly gift!

    Recipe #370674

    Frozen puff pastry becomes your best friend in this recipe. (I didn't have a box on hand when writing up this recipe so the 16 oz. is a guess. Just buy one box with 2 sheets of puff pastry.) It's so easy to use and is available in the freezer aisle in most grocery stores. Palmiers are usually sweet but here they are baked with pesto, goat cheese and sun-dried tomatoes to make a savory treat. Great to serve with cocktails. Recipe by Ina Garten, The Barefoot Contessa.

    Recipe #373693

    A very simple recipe with gourmet taste! From Food and Wine Magazine. The flavors of the smoked salmon, Gruyere cheese and Dijon mustard complement eachother very nicely. I enjoy the hint of lemon, too. This makes a simple lunch special.

    Recipe #458060

    Authentic and addictive. These work great as an appetizer for an Asian meal. The beet turns the noodles a beautiful pink color. *Note - You might want to wear kitchen gloves when you cut up the beet so your hands don't get stained!

    Recipe #424742

    A delicious combination for a special breakfast. Heck, why wait for a special breakfast? Enjoy this any time! From pastry chef Mariah Swan.

    Recipe #373421

    This is a really yummy bread. In my opinion, this bread is best served warm with the pineapple butter. Yum! You can half the amount of butter, if you don't think you'll be using that much. Recipe courtesy of Tyler Florence. Note: I like to toast the coconut before I begin this recipe so I don't have to wait around for it. Directions for this can be found at the end. **Also, coconut milk sometimes separates in the can, if this happens then just empty out the can into a bowl and whisk it to combine well. :)

    Recipe #456616

    This recipe, created in the Food Network kitchens, has become a family favorite. The pork is so tender, the sugar snap peas so crisp and the Asian flavors are so wonderful. We love everything about it! Serve it with rice and you really could have a complete meal!

    Recipe #424650

    This is a recipe from a cookbook entitled, "Tapas" by Richard Tapper. It is a very accessible recipe for chicken legs and has simply wonderful flavor due to the sauce. If you are a huge garlic-lover, feel free to add more garlic. You can easily halve or double the recipe. Great served with rice. Enjoy!

    Recipe #369797

    This is a newer Barefoot Contessa recipe that we just tried and loved! There are few ingredients and it is very simple to prepare. The sauce is just delicious and complements the fish extremely well. Enjoy!

    Recipe #353528

    Another recipe from German Cooking cookbook. These traditional cookies will almost melt in your mouth. To get the proper consistency in these cookies, make sure the almonds are finely ground, not chopped!

    Recipe #424789

    A comforting dessert recipe from the cookbook, German Cooking. Try slicing your apples as evenly as possible so that each fritter is cooked to the same level of doneness. Although this may not be a healthy dessert, it sure is yummy!

    Recipe #424778

    This authentic recipe was given to me by a Greek co-worker. This is a delicious, sweet, finger-licking Greek dessert. When you are working with phyllo dough, keep a slightly damp towel over your phyllo sheets so they don't dry out. When peeling off a phyllo sheet from the stack, do so by one end and pull away slowly to avoid tears. Small tears won't matter too much in this recipe. However, if you completely rip up a phyllo sheet just discard it and try again!

    Recipe #428501

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