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    The tang of citrus gives wonderful flavor to this special shrimp recipe. It calls for the refrigerated, fresher, fettucine but could substitute 4 1/2 ounces of the boxed dry type of fettucine.

    Recipe #395878

    This would also be a great marinade for poultry. This is simple, quick and quite tasty!! Please allow time for marinading, as it isn't included in the prep time. Cavender's All Purpose Greek Seasoning includes salt, pepper, oregano, garlic, onion powder, parsley, flavor based seasoning and 5 other spices not listed. I would recommend grilling the shrimp and using the marinade to baste the shrimp during the initial cook time. This marinade will easily cover/marinade 1 1/2 lbs shrimp.

    Recipe #426778

    Individual servings of hash brown potatoes and chopped vegetables, mildly seasoned with butter, are a pleasant meal accompaniment. These would be great for camping trips. Recipe courtesy of Land O Lakes.

    Recipe #347673

    From FoodTV site, by Dave Lieberman from the lite-n-healthy episode. This chicken could also be cooked on a grill, which is what I would do. Posting for ZWT 6.

    Recipe #423589

    Barbecued Meat, Nairobi Market Style (Kenya) Prepare the following combination and keep in a jar for barbecues. I found this recipe on-line. This mixture is rubbed into the fatty parts of ribs, pork, or the skins of chicken with the fingers, and the meat is barbecued. Meats are never basted with sauces or oil, and yet they never seem to be dry. However, if the meats you are using appear to be dry, keep a light salad oil on tap to brush on during the cooking if necessary. This mixture can easily be cut in half.

    Recipe #307071

    A recipe I came across while searching for recipes of India and it is from "whats4eats.com". Here is what is stated: "Lassi is a cooling yogurt beverage originally from the northern part of India. Traditionally lassi is unsweetened and has a pinch of salt and some spices mixed in. More recently, sweetened fruit lassis have become very popular drinks, both in India and around the world."

    Recipe #483000

    Preparing traditional potato pancakes can be a time consuming process....so you'll really relish this recipe. That's because there's no need to grate potatoes. By using frozen hash browns(or even quicker to use refrigerated shredded hash browns), these "spud-tacular" palate-pleasing pancakes are ready in a hurry! Recipe from TOH. I sometimes add some cheddar cheese in with the mixture.

    Recipe #354683

    Another recipe I saved from Taste of Home magazine. I adapted it a little for our tastes. This is so quick and easy, just 30 minutes for marinading and its ready for the grill.

    Recipe #443586

    Found this drink at myhappyhour.com. It has vodka, Kahlua, cream and coke.

    Recipe #329230

    Have you ever ran out of time to get your steaks marinated and all the recipes call for hours of marinating? This one takes just minutes to prepare and is then used for basting your choice of steaks while grilling and gives them a wonderful garlicky blended flavor. Recipe courtesy of TOH.

    Recipe #354610

    I found this recipe on-line. I am always looking for grilling recipes, and my kids always enjoy sauce over their grilled chicken, so this looked perfect. Putting here for safe keeping. Update, 10/27/2013: I have now made this recipe and really enjoyed it. My DH loves to make boneless, skinless chicken breasts, wrapped in bacon and grilled over the charcoal grill. So I made this as written except my chicken was wrapped in bacon, so yummy. Then served it with the sauce. I didn't expect the sauce to taste much of garlic based on other reviews, but for us, I found it very garlicky and would cut back on that next time for our tastes and maybe use about double the amount of broth.

    Recipe #336844

    Posting for ZWT6 and found online at Gretchen Cooks.com for Swedish recipes. These sound simple, quick and chocolately. This is what the recipe states: On Chokladbollar These are a popular Swedish treat. This easy recipe is a fun activity for a children's party. If you're concerned about the caffeine in the coffee - if you've been to a kid's party recently, you know they're wired enough - just substitute chocolate milk.)

    Recipe #423911

    This is a twist on the traditional chicken scallopini. Rather than lemon juice, this uses blood orange and lime juices and shallots in place of the normal garlic. My family just loved this version. Serve over pasta of your choice and salad or green beans and garlic bread.

    Recipe #282905

    A recipe that I am posting for safe keeping, found in my Land O Lakes Cookbook. Great steaks, topped with this flavorful sauce, make the perfect entertaining entrée.

    Recipe #347708

    This is a recipe I found on-line at the TOH site. It states that this marinade makes the meat so so juicy and adds a great flavor. Preparation time doesn't include marinading time.

    Recipe #351542

    The easy homemade marinade adds flavor and zest to this grilled kabob recipe from Land O Lakes.

    Recipe #352397

    Boeuf Bourgignon comes from the Bourgignon region of France (in English, this region is known as Burgundy). Bourgignon is famous for its rich cuisine, developed during a time when it was one of the richest corners of Europe. It's cuisine features beef, creamy sauces and of course wine (it is one of the two premier wine regions of France). Perhaps it's most famous dish is Boeuf (which is French for beef) Bourgignon, which combines all three traditions. Wonderful served over noodles or home made spaetzle. Found this on-line at French Property site and posting for French region of ZWT.

    Recipe #372650

    These yeast buns are light and tender and perfect to serve with any main dish, salad or soup. Recipe I got from Land O Lakes. Note: Time doesn't include rising time, which is approximately 1 hr and 45 mins.

    Recipe #350654

    Posting for ZWT 6 and another recipe from About.com for German recipes. Recipe states: Mix this salad dressing ("Salatsauce") in the bottom of the bowl and then add lettuce. Toss to coat and serve. I personally don't care for a too sweet salad dressing, so I would just but a teaspoon for us, but that is up to personal preference. Serve with any veggies of your choice along with the lettuce. Also add cheese of choice and croutons if you like and I personally would add garlic salt/powder.

    Recipe #422538

    This sauce is so versatile, it meets all my family's taste. It is a recipe that I got from the Weight Watchers Favorite Recipes. Made as written, it is 1/2 fat exchange and 30 optional calories(58 calories and 2 g fat) for two tablespoons of the sauce. This was a book that was out before the point system, but it is 1 point for both 1 or 2 servings of the sauce in the point system. Two of us like a zesty sauce with a little heat and the other two like more heat in their sauce. I make the sauce and then remove half of it to one bowl for the milder tastes and add more red pepper or red pepper sauce(hot sauce) to the rest. I triple the amounts of this recipe for our family.

    Recipe #333071

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