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    2 Reviews |  By Mark O.

    Easy and very delicious tasting soft pretzels. Can subsitute pretzel salt for the coarse ground salt.

    Recipe #20674

    1 Reviews |  By Mark O.

    This sweet potato recipe is more like a pone in a sense. Easy to make. Goes good with roast pork or roast duck.

    Recipe #20652

    1 Reviews |  By Mark O.

    My father used to make this with leftover sweet and white potatoes. He would add sliced onions to the mix. And he would fry it all up with bacon grease. But use margarine or vegetable oil for a healthier version. He would season with salt and pepper to taste. But I also like to add crushed red pepper to spice things up some. Just a good use of leftovers. Plus the sweet potatoes would actually sweeten up more when they are fried. But remember not to use high heat. Or else they will burn. Slow and easy makes it delicious!

    Recipe #20626

    1 Reviews |  By Mark O.

    A delicious smelt recipe.

    Recipe #18913

    A old fashioned sandwich from our childhood days.

    Recipe #18910

    Simple basic use of boudin sausage to make into boudin balls.

    Recipe #18909

    1 Reviews |  By Mark O.

    Great tail-gate or picnic food. Very easy to make.

    Recipe #18906

    2 Reviews |  By Mark O.

    Traditional poi recipe. Recipe from Phillipe Padovani, Executive Chef, Manele Bay Hotel.

    Recipe #18903

    4 Reviews |  By Mark O.

    Very easy recipe using bananas as a substitute for real poi. Tastes better than real poi too.

    Recipe #18901

    Basic and easy recipe for making boudin sausage. To stuff the casings, you will need a meat grinder with a sausage horn attachment. If you don't have such a device, use the mixture to make fried patties by shaping 1/4 cup of filling into a 1/2 inch thick patty and frying in hot oil until golden brown on both sides.

    Recipe #18899

    Recipe #18770

    1 Reviews |  By Mark O.

    Recipe provided by Red Robin in an email. Very delicious. Easy to make.

    Recipe #18611

    1 Reviews |  By Mark O.

    Delicious Thai version of "Sweet & Sour Chicken". Easy to prepare. Shrimp or any other meat may be used in place of chicken.

    Recipe #17195

    Easy and delicious addition to fresh baked breadsticks. Or sliced bread.

    Recipe #17184

    4 Reviews |  By Mark O.

    A delicious recipe taken from "Luchow's German Cookbook". Luchow's was a famous german restaurant that was located in New York City for many years.

    Recipe #17155

    I found the recipe at . Simple to make.

    Recipe #13331

    6 Reviews |  By Mark O.

    I found the recipe for the Neiman Marcus Brownie on the web at D22R/WelcomeTOTheGreat/page3.html . And they spotted it in the Houston Chronicle.

    Recipe #13330

    5 Reviews |  By Mark O.

    Great way to use ground beef. Very tasty.

    Recipe #13322

    I found this recipe on the web. But the source is no longer known.

    Recipe #13299

    " A favorite named after Bourbon Street in New Orleans, Louisiana and for the bourbon whiskey ingredient; although this dish, sold as Cajun-style cuisine in malls all over America, is reported to be nothing of the kind (not genuine Creole or Cajun fare)! Note: If you double the recipe, make sure that the chicken is still in a single layer. Laissez les bons temps rouler! " Found at

    Recipe #10870

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