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    Use to make Chinese style spareribs, over chicken, or fish.

    Recipe #375048

    You could also mash up the berries before adding to the lemonade for a stronger taste.

    Recipe #375673

    Source: Sam Choy's Polynesian Kitchen

    Recipe #377366

    Sour oranges can usually be found in Latin groceries. If they can't be found you could substitute by mixing 1 part grapefruit juice with 1 part lemon juice and 1 part orange juice.

    Recipe #377450

    Keeps for up to a month stored in the refrigerator.

    Recipe #377464

    A Mario Batali recipe, cooking time does not include time for soaking mushrooms.

    Recipe #378503

    Serve these nice and hot, or let them cool to room temperature. If you'd like to make this a little more contemporary, you can add a dash of balsamic vinegar to the red peppers and scallions as they cook. In true Italian-American style, these are topped with butter, but in Italy, we would use olive oil. Best yet, top them with butter, "bless" them all with a little olive oil.

    Recipe #378824

    From Serious Barbecue by Adam Perry Lang. Copyright © 2009 A note about firebricks from the author: When wrapped in aluminum foil they can be used to weigh meat down, block heat and serve as a safe resting place for meat. If placed on a sheet pan they can create super hot spots on grill grates. They're more resistant to heat than regular bricks and can be found at Home Depot or Lowe's.

    Recipe #380228

    The Bacon Cookbook by James Villas

    Recipe #387359

    Prepare sauce ahead of time if desired and reheat gently as scallops cook.

    Recipe #372136

    Use for enchiladas, tacos, or anywhere else.

    Recipe #375940

    Source: Lidia's Italian American Kitchen In this dish, high heat and speed are essential. Make sure the pan is good and hot when you add the shrimp and that it is wide enough to hold all the shrimp pieces in a single layer (so the pan doesn't cool down as the shrimp go in). And be sure to have all your ingredients right by the stove-once the shrimp go into the pan, it's "full speed ahead."

    Recipe #378964

    by Paula Disbrowe The jalapeños will be easier to fill if you allow the cream cheese mixture to chill for at least 30 minutes before assembling. They will hold their shape better under the broiler if they are covered and chilled again before cooking. For the best flavor the entire jalapeño should be cooked throughout until it's drab.

    Recipe #385260

    Lost Recipes by MArion Cunningham

    Recipe #386967

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