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    This is a wonderfully simple marinade that adds a great Asian flavor to steak. This steak is great on its own, or sliced into thin strips and served over a salad.

    Recipe #109308

    I couldn't believe this recipe until I saw it made, so I wrote it down. These Ecuadorean chefs sure know how to use a blender.

    Recipe #170430

    This is supposed to be a copycat of the sauce served on Hooter's Hotwings. I've never been in a Hooter's (and won't ever be)so I don't know how authentic the taste is, but these are quite tasty on hot wings, deep fried plain or breaded either one works nicely with this sauce.

    Recipe #95916

    This is a very easy to make lemon curd, I use this on top of cheesecakes or use as a filling between layer cakes. Plan ahead, the curd needs to chill for a minimum of 2 hours or up to 1 week.

    Recipe #144944

    4 Reviews |  By Kerena

    Can't remember where I found this but it is a household staple.

    Recipe #237987

    From Paula Deen – Kitchen Classics – makes the equivalent of one package of dried onion soup mix.

    Recipe #207359

    I found this recipe subsitution in a magazine. This is a single-acting (tartrate) powder. I haven't tried this recipe but thought that I'd post it before I lost it. :-)

    Recipe #157623

    2 Reviews |  By Wilmom

    Keep this on hand! It's convenient, and economical.

    Recipe #208624

    I found this marinade recipe on the "Life Tips" website while looking for methods of freezing vegetables. Use this on steaks for grilling, roasts, kabobs. This recipe provides great Mexican flavoring, is quick and easy to prepare, and delicious to boot.

    Recipe #225281

    You can use this in place of salt when cooking fish, chicken, beef, pork. Just experiment with it. This will put some kick in your main dishes.

    Recipe #205626

    This is one of the best recipes for lemon curd I've ever encountered. My husband, who has little interest in "froo-froo food" loves it served with toast or on hot biscuits (scones aren't in his repertoire)

    Recipe #208623

    I requested recipes from Panama City Beach, FL restaurants in the recipe request, and Buddy P posted this response for me. I am submitting it immediately so that it won't be lost! Thanks Chef#126703! I can't wait to make it!

    Recipe #247104


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