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    This is one of my favorite recipes from Rachael Ray. These nachos are even company-worthy. The ingredients and steps are a bit involved (she can do it in 30 minutes) but are very worth the effort. I made a double batch of these for a family reunion and they were devoured. *Added note - If you end up with extra grease after browning the meat, drain. I recommend assembling as written for a wonderful presentation. The chips don't get soggy (unless you leave them sitting for a very long time!). :-)

    Recipe #241289

    Here is a complete and healthy meal, using typical ingredients from Northern Spain. The large amount of onion in combination with saffron and paprika is key. Enjoy this healthy meal with a green salad and call it complete!

    Recipe #370751

    Motu means "little island" in the Tahitian language. These bacon-wrapped scallop kabobs are so delicious. I love the glaze and all of veggies and fruit. From chef Keith Famie. I like to serve this over rice. Enjoy!

    Recipe #458068

    I love this salad. The dressing is really tasty and easy. Cheese crisps are fun to make, just be careful not to burn them (or your fingers)! You could add other flavors to the cheese crisps, ex. try it with cracked black pepper and chopped thyme or other herbs - add them as the cheese melts. Enjoy!

    Recipe #457956

    From the Frugal Gourmet, Jeff Smith. This is a simple appetizer recipe that Jeff created because he was inspired by a similar recipe he had eaten in San Francisco. It's an easy fix! You will have to peel and eat, so make sure to have plenty of napkins!

    Recipe #424747

    I love the taste of lemon and blueberry together. Add that to a cheesecake and it can't get much better!

    Recipe #247145

    This is a typical Middle Eastern recipe given to me by my niece. Her in-laws, who are from the Middle East, gave this recipe to her and it has become a staple in their home. I think it's fantastic, too. It could work as a vegetarian main dish, a side dish or lunch. It is traditionally served with a salad made of the following: chopped lettuce, chopped tomato, chopped green pepper, lemon juice and salt. I like to mix the mjadra right in with the salad. Yum!

    Recipe #428339

    This recipe was given to chef Keith Famie by one of the locals from Bora-Bora. It really showcases the flavor of Polynesia. This is a nice change of pace from your regular roasted chicken. The chicken gets crispy on the outside, but is nice and tender on the inside. Note: Use low-sodium soy sauce so the chicken doesn't get too salty.

    Recipe #458070

    This is the most delicious appetizer! Don't be wary of the ingredients, the outcome is fabulous. My neighbor gave me this savory cheesecake recipe. The flavors are amazing and it goes well served with crackers and a bunch of grapes on the side. This is an elegant appetizer, especially if you're looking for something out of the ordinary.

    Recipe #241307

    This is a fairly traditional Spanish recipe for chocolate con churros. The churros are fritters and they are served with an intense chocolate sauce meant for dipping. This recipe is from Penelope Casas, who contributes recipes to many fine cooking publications. *You will need a pastry bag fitted with a 3/8 inch star tip* **Note - whenever deep frying, please be careful for oil splatters. If the heat of the oil gets too high, the oil could splatter and/or a churro could burst.**

    Recipe #371145

    Simple and oh-so-delicious. Created by Bobby Flay.

    Recipe #370283

    This is such a yummy smoothie recipe. Ina Garten, The Barefoot Contessa, created these. You can play around with different fruits but I really love the tropical spin on these smoothies. Note: When mangos and papayas are ripe, they will actually smell ripe and will be soft to the touch.

    Recipe #373687

    This Spanish influenced recipe is adapted by chef Mario Batali. Tortilla Espanola is a very common, simple and delicious dish found in most areas of Spain. This version has a high ratio of potatoes to eggs (the way I like it!). You could serve this as a tapas offering, breakfast, a sidedish or a non-meat main dish. Enjoy.

    Recipe #369960

    Bobby Flay created this yummy alcoholic punch. I love all the healthy juices and, of course, the tequila! This is super easy to make and contains 8 servings. It is easy to halve or double. Enjoy!

    Recipe #370291

    This dessert treat uses fat-free vanilla frozen yogurt, but you could substitute vanilla ice cream if you prefer. The flavors of coconut and the carmelized pineapple create a delicious topping. This is best when fresh pineapple is used. Sometimes you can find already peeled and cored pineapple in the produce department. From Food & Wine.

    Recipe #373356

    If you are craving chocolate, look no further! This cake is the ultimate in decadence and takes so few ingredients. It's dense, fudge-like and the ganache is delicious. I like to garnish it with some fresh raspberries. This recipe comes from a cookbook called, "Beyond Parsley". Enjoy! Note: time does not include refrigeration.

    Recipe #241438

    A traditional steak and Guinness pie done by my favorite British chef, Jamie Oliver. This is made particularly easy by using puff pastry for the top pie layer! If you want to skip the puff pastry layer, you could serve this as a normal stew. The herbs listed are just a suggestion. Jamie typically leaves the amount and type up to the cooks' personal tastes. He suggests a "handful". I did change the recipe a little bit from his, due to personal preferences. Feel free to substitute out the Guinness and use beef stock instead. Pure comfort food. :)

    Recipe #429784

    This is a sweet and refreshing punch. My kids love it. Recipe by Angela Shelf Medearis. Note: We prefer no pulp, so I used Crystal Light lemonade and no pulp orange juice. I found the guava juice in cans in the ethnic aisle at the grocery store and the pineapple and papaya juices in the juice aisle.

    Recipe #457054

    This is based off of an Ina Garten recipe, changed slightly due to personal preference. This is a moist and flavorful burger that my whole family loves. If you're tired of the same ol' same ol' burger, give this a try! You can either use an outdoor grill or an indoor grill pan. Can easily be doubled, etc..

    Recipe #337109

    This is a Trader Joe recipe. It is such a delicious dip! I took it to a party and everyone wanted a copy of the recipe. The recipe suggests layering the ingredients into a pie plate or something sized similar. I made the mistake of thinking that was too big for the dip and used a smaller serving dish. By the time I was finished layering the ingredients, it was too full! I served this dip with pita crackers from Trader Joes, but you could use your own favorite dippers. This recipe looks unusual but it is knock out.

    Recipe #353485

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