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    This recipe is from the "Spices of Life" cookbook. It can be made as a side dish or an appetizer. I haven't tried it yet, but it sounds good, and I've put it on my list of recipes to make.

    Recipe #269284

    Nothing could be simpler than this recipe, and it's great because you can start marinating it the night before, or in the morning, and then all you have to do at dinnertime is take the pork chops out of the bag and grill them. Note: the time listed does not include the time for marinating.

    Recipe #429109

    There are many recipes for an Orange Julius drink here, but none with the exact proportions or ingredients of this recipe, so I decided to post it.

    Recipe #346794

    A smooth, creamy cocktail guaranteed to please, and can be made as potent as you wish!

    Recipe #310711

    This is a great recipe for the grill, with a light barbecue flavor.

    Recipe #286274

    This is a recipe I am transferring here from an old handwritten recipe card. I have no idea where it came from, but I have made it many times over the years and we really like it. (There are several recipes for Cajun pork chops here, but the dry rub mixture in this recipe has different ingredients.)

    Recipe #380095

    I like to serve this hearty soup in October and November, perfect for a fall meal. This recipe came from Gourmet magazine and makes a meaty, spicy and smoky soup, thickened by pureed black beans. Enjoy!

    Recipe #332290

    Delicious little potatoes covered with yummy cheese and bacon.

    Recipe #293464

    This is a delicious sauce that can be used in many Greek recipes. We like to use it when making gyros, or other Mediterranean recipes that are wrapped in pitas. It tastes just like the sauce we've had in restaurants such as "Hell's" in Tarpon Springs in Florida. It's a funny name, but the restaurant is known for having some of the best Greek food and Greek pastries in Florida.

    Recipe #257413

    This is a fast and easy recipe to make on a busy night. We especially like the crunch of the Panko bread crumbs. (Panko crumbs can be found in the Asian section of the supermarket.)

    Recipe #257404

    I LOVE avocados, especially the black Haas avocados. They're creamy and have such a "buttery" taste, and yet are cholesterol-free. This recipe makes a really delicious sandwich. When I make it for the kids, I eliminate the cumin, but add it when I'm making a sandwich for myself -- I like cumin's very mild spicy flavor that has a hint of caraway in it.

    Recipe #412128

    These are so easy to make that my 12-year-old has prepared them as a treat for weekend breakfasts or snacks.

    Recipe #286267

    This recipe is really delicious and couldn't be simpler to make, and only takes a few minutes to cook. The broccoli comes out crisp-tender; the broccoli has a slightly crisp exterior from cooking it at such high heat. This recipe is from Food and Wine.

    Recipe #281313

    This recipe is a little different from others in that it uses worcestershire sauce in the egg mix. We love how it gives the chops a little extra "zing." We usually have this with a green vegetable and potatoes. I've also listed a variation of this recipe to make a cheese-topped pork chop. Note: If you're making the chops without cheese, you might want to try learninscratch's directions for a delicious orange sauce -- they can be found in her review.

    Recipe #335709

    A great recipe for a chuck underblade steak that is usually inexpensive, but too often turns out tough. This one melts in your mouth and my family asks for it often. Good over mashed or small boiled potatoes, or rice.

    Recipe #177369


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