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    Theme Nights

    Anything to do with a central theme for the night, whether it be a holiday or a theme party like a lula party.
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    6 Reviews |  By Lorac

    A sensational combination of flavors! Just read the recipe and imagine popping one in your mouth. Are you drooling yet?

    Recipe #30208

    Funny how adding pineapple to any dish makes it "Hawaiian" but hey, that's the name it had when I got it. A really nice twist on fried rice.

    Recipe #144625

    Recipe #106492

    I found this recipe on the internet and it is a winner! The wings take some time so plan ahead. They are definately worth it! Time it takes to marinate is not included in prep or cooking time.

    Recipe #108092

    Colorful and not too spicy; sure to please the whole family.

    Recipe #163062

    Put a little "boing" in your shrimp. Avery Island, LA is the home of Tabasco Sauce. The "island" is basically sort of a "salt hill" in the wetlands, formed by ancient deposits. A lot of that salt ends up in your Tabasco Sauce, along with some nice ripe red chile peppers and wine vinegar. It's one of my favorites, and this recipe adds a little Tabasco pizazz to your party.

    Recipe #108081

    2 Reviews |  By Tweeky

    Original recipe comes from I modified it slightly. I like to serve this as a side with home-made baked beans but it would go great with many things. Can be used as a main course, side or even a hot appetizer and should be included in your Octoberfest planning!

    Recipe #83751

    Easy, easy, easy. And you won't believe the sauce. Careful! This is spicy-hot...if you can't take the heat, adjust the red pepper flakes accordingly.

    Recipe #80579

    Herby, spicy shrimp with a kick, in a buttery-beer "sauce". Fast, easy and delicious, serve as an appetizer, or a dinner over rice or with lots of crusty French bread to soak up all the tasty, herbalicious sauce!

    Recipe #79606

    Wonderful Cajun Dessert To Try!

    Recipe #62217

    This is a simple and delicious appetizer for any meal. People with a taste for spicy things will love this.

    Recipe #85524

    8 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Can you believe Buffalo wings kicked up with a Cajun mix. Use your heat index to judge how hot you want!

    Recipe #94959

    If you like spicy wings, you HAVE to give these a try. My husband and I have been making these for years and never has there been any left. We like to grill them and serve w/ celery and blue cheese. My kids even gobble these down!

    Recipe #34288

    This is an exotic take on the traditional baked chicken. The fruit juices and delicious spices really make this version outstanding.

    Recipe #82373

    Green chilies and taco seasoning add the piquant flavor but it is the lemon-lime carbonated beverage that adds the sweetness to these chicken wings. A Pillsbury Bake-Off® finalist recipe.

    Recipe #156459

    Moist, delicious cake. Not overly sweet, but perfect for a potluck or casual meal. I found this recipe in a well known cooking magazine and have also tasted it at potlucks for work.

    Recipe #11572

    This recipe came about as I searched for a recipe for my future sister-in-law's Hawaiian-themed bridal shower. I found several recipes that sounded good, but not quite right, so I combined and modified them to make this one. This is a very moist cake that is somewhat Twinkie-like in flavor (if Twinkies had coconut!). The fruit is pulverized and while it adds to the flavor of the cake, you really can't pinpoint that there's fruit in it. I winged the frosting recipe, and it came out good. This makes a thick and custardy frosting, and the fruit is more perceptable here. If you prefer a lighter and fluffier frosting, add in more Cool Whip. The unflavored gelatin keeps the frosting firmer longer.

    Recipe #97220

    This contains no alcohol, just the combined flavors or pineapple and coconut. 6 hour (at least) chill time.

    Recipe #153417

    Found this in an advertisement a couple of years ago, and tweaked it to my own. Tasty,warm, and my Mom loved it!

    Recipe #137008

    Baked chicken wing appetizers with a fruity pineapple-orange based sauce. Very good! Great for parties and sports get-togethers.

    Recipe #77820

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