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    ZWT8 ~ Best of the Tour!

    Players' choices of their top 2 favorite recipes made during ZWT8.
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    12 Reviews |  By lazyme

    This is a great way to dress up grilled corn on the cob. If you can't find the hot smoked paprika, try using about 4 teaspoons of minced chipotles in adobo sauce instead. The butter can be prepared one day ahead and is not reflected in the times. From Bon Appetit.

    Recipe #338414

    Delicious topping for burgers, grilled mushroom and baked potatoes Source: The Vegetarian Gourmet by Andrea Chessman

    Recipe #433233

    Supposed to come from Irelands restaurant; no crust or no bake crust; looks rich and easy.

    Recipe #423436

    I'm certain nectarines may be substituted for the peaches and toasted almonds for the hazelnuts. Serve as an appetizer or light dessert. I think it originated on Eat, Live, Run blog.

    Recipe #474038

    This is the only recipe for Country Captain I've ever been truly happy with.It's for the slow-cooker, but there is more prep time to it than usual crockpot recipes. If you wish to make this, though, please don't skip any steps, as the subtle flavors combine to be so good. I adapted this from Cook's Country Magazine, (April, 2006). The dish has it's roots in India, and was carried to the Southern U.S. by British ship captains who sailed the spice routes in the 1700's. This is the way I made it, to my family's delight...and mine! I used my own Mango Chutney recipe #134246 because I think it's better than Major Grey's, but you can substitute Major Grey's in a pinch. I hope you enjoy it as much as we did!

    Recipe #164179

    This is a copycat recipe from Starbucks. I've altered the recipe a little so I could use a mixer instead of a processor....soooo very yummy!!!

    Recipe #157241

    This salad is a celebration of the summer garden- fresh ripe corn, sweet juicy cherry tomatoes still warm from the summer sun, and basil picked from the herb garden. I like Yellow Pear and Sweet Million tomatoes, but use whatever grows well in your garden. This is a very simple recipe that is all about using the best that the summer garden can offer. Second rate ingredients will not produce the same result. If you're reading this in the winter, save it until you can use fresh, local produce! You'll be glad you did.

    Recipe #353461

    Posting for ZWT 5 - I believe it originated from a WW book, but I found it online and tweaked the spices slightly. Easy Peasy!

    Recipe #373201

    A Spanish recipe I found on "About.com". Here is what is stated: The Spanish love peppers and prepare them in many different ways. This meat stuffed pepper recipe uses ground meat as the stuffing for roasted peppers. They are breaded and fried, then accompanied by a rich-tasting onion sauce.

    Recipe #483326

    This is a recipe that is in the BBQ Bible by Steven Raichlen that he says "despite the name, this recipe comes from India, not Afghanistan. It's the specialty of New Delhi's famous Karim restaurant." Note: Make sure to allow 4-6 hours to strain yogurt and 4-6 hours to marinade the chicken.

    Recipe #482020

    Recipe created for the British Pub Crawl Challenge (ZWT8) by Team Bistro Babes. Other flavoured vodka such as marshmellow would work great in this drink too

    Recipe #485835

    A fabulous slow cooker recipe from Canadian Living! You may need more salt depending on what kind of stock you use and your taste!

    Recipe #457141

    So simple and so delicious! I had the ingredients at home, and thought why not? I was so right; this is a tangy comforting morsel! The honey really brings this all together!

    Recipe #390794

    As I cleaning out boxes of cut out recipes I came across this one. I think its a Canadian Living one but no idea what year. I put mine in the oven to cook.

    Recipe #410288

    12 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A roasted Portugese side that is delish.

    Recipe #369959

    9 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    I purchased this wonderful cookbook over the holidays--The Food of India, A Journey for Food Lovers and found this wonderful recipe. It is very easy to put together and is delicious served over rice.

    Recipe #347795

    Easy chicken recipe with a to-die-for sauce. You'll want to serve this with tortilla chips to eat up the extra sauce!

    Recipe #474603

    A delicious dessert originating in Australia. This is both sweet and tangy. Sure to impress, hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #134710

    This is a quick and easy dessert. It is the bomb. I love the combination of pears, almonds and candied ginger. I got this recipe from my aunt...it is too die for. Hope that you enjoy it as much as we have. We use a shortbread pie crust for this recipe, feel free to use your favorite.

    Recipe #367871

    This is one of my mother-in-law's only recipes. So easy and absolutely yummy. . .but you have to eat it all in one setting as the leftovers don't heat up well. I have subbed lean ground turkey in the past and it is a bit more bland than the beef, so if you take that route, make sure you brown with the turkey with a clove of garlic and a couple tbsp diced onion.

    Recipe #224280

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