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    This is in response to a request from the boards. You could use this on your sandwiches or spread on chicken or roasted pork. Any time you need some creole style mustard and don't have any on hand.

    Recipe #38148

    9 Reviews |  By ksilvan

    This is the portable paper pouch of seasoning. You can't buy it so the only option, other than to hoard dozens of those tiny pouches, is make it yourself. By Todd Wilbur www.TopSecretRecipes.com

    Recipe #180688

    Simple ingredients that don't overpower the flavour of a great steak.

    Recipe #7926

    Super easy, substitute what you have on hand.

    Recipe #502631

    I wanted to find a tomatillo sauce recipe for ideas on how to improve my own sauce. I was so underwhelmed with what I saw I took the time to register on this website because I'm not sure anybody is making a really good, kick ass tomatillo sauce. (someone from Austin suggested using canned tomatillos... we always have tomatillos in Texas... another reason Austin is available for sale to any other state. Cheap or OBO.) Anyway, I'm not much on measuring so this is more of a guide rather than a 1/2 tsp. comino type recipe. Let your taste buds guide you like the little stick on a bottle rocket. PS tomatillos taste different based on the time of year... you have to experiement. If you are not from the south, Comino is the same as Cumin. Always keep some for any tex-mex type of dishes.

    Recipe #502646

    I am known as the "Marinade Queen" in some circles, but I have to give credit where it is due....Yes,I got this recipe from an Emeril cookbook, and it is the ONLY marinade recipe that I (and several other people)will use now.

    Recipe #199286


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