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    This is my own creation based on several different Indian recipes that I have made. I like this served with Mutter Pulao, (Rice and Peas) a crisp green salad, and Naan. Check out Dumbell579's recipe #391678 for the Mutter Pulao.

    Recipe #430674

    This recipe is from the Cookbook, "The Encyclopedia of Creative Cooking" Published by Weathervane Books in 1980. Edited by Charlotte Turgeon. This is one of those HUGE Cookbooks, with 2000 recipes and 800 photos. Because I don't really like vegetables very much, I stumbled upon this recipe while looking for a use for tomatoes, which I do like. I love this, and have been making it over and over. I hope you try it and like it too. BTW, I use Panko for the breadcrumbs.

    Recipe #429858

    I bought a Top Sirloin Steak at my local store. It was much thinner than I usually like, so I got creative. First, I usually use at least a 1" thick steak, this was 1/2 inch at best. Second, I always season, then let steak warm to room temp, (takes about 2 hours) then I either grill or broil. I am looking at this sad skinny steak, I need to serve it in about 30 minutes, I'm thinking no way is this going to be good. Then Inspiration struck. I seasoned the steak with Lawry's Pepper Seasoned Salt, and garlic powder. BELIEVE it or not, I then stuck it in the Mircowave for 15 sec on each side, and left it in Mirco for about 30 min. Then I "fried" it in olive oil and butter. This just may have been the best steak I have ever eaten. Red rare in the middle, and juicier than I could have ever hoped for. Please Try This.

    Recipe #429853

    This is my original recipe that I've been making for years. If you know Potatoes Anna, just think of that, with a wonderful, fragrent twist. Hopefully you have all of the herbs growing in your garden.

    Recipe #429716

    I am a hot and sour soup SNOB, for sure! I could eat it every day, but since I live 47 miles from the closest Chinese restaurant, and I'm on a budget as far as buying ingredients...I dreamed this up, and trust me, it is yummy. Not the real thing for sure, but it satisfies my cravings. I use Maruchan Ramen in either the oriental or shrimp flavor. You can use any brand rice vinegar, seasoned or unseasoned, and for the heat, I use only Sriracha HOT Chili Sauce. (or as we call it, rooster sauce, because of the picture of the rooster on the bottle.)

    Recipe #346550

    Pinquinto beans are a small pink bean that is very pouplar on the Central Coast of California, where I used to live. I have adapted my Pinquito bean recipe to work with Black Eyed Peas. The main reason I have posted so few recipes is because I cook by feel, rather than measuring and I rarely make the same thing exactly the same way, over and over. This recipe is VERY flexible. If you want it more like beans, use more Black Eyes, if you want it more like soup, use less. The cooking time includes 1-1/2 hours cook time for the Black Eyes.

    Recipe #346487

    This is my original recipe. It is so easy you won't believe how good it is. Beautiful white halibut, lightly smoky from the BBQ, with a sauce of red currant jelly and garlic. Feel free to add a bit of finly chopped jalapino if more heat is your taste. If you can't find red currant jelly, seedless red raspberry works well, but will be sweeter. You can easilly substitute Orange Roughy. Cod is much cheaper, and will work, but use a fish basket to grill it, as it will fall apart.

    Recipe #311336

    These are the puffy french fry potatoes that you might have seen on Food Network. Recipe is from Gourmet Magazine

    Recipe #275929

    This is a very hardy soup, all you need is a fabulous loaf of crusty bread.

    Recipe #275773

    I came up with this variation of basic Bisquick pancakes, which I think are the best. At least, I've never tasted any better, except perhaps for some awesome sourdough pancakes I had in San Simeon, CA., on the Hearst Property.

    Recipe #265176

    This can be made with pork or chicken or even beef. It is so simple to prepare, and so soft on the tummy. The Chinese noodles in the recipe are not rice noodles or cellophane noodles, but more like a spaghetti noodle. You can use Soba noodles or thin spaghetti noodles. Also, I love the combination of beef and vegetable broths for a soup broth. I use the tempura sauce because it is like a lite combination of soy and teriyaki. I don't use Sesame oil in this soup because it overpowers. I love to make the rolled and shredded omelets in this that you find in Chinese cooking, such as Fried Rice and Noodle Soups. I have put the recipe and method for the omelets at the end--don't be worried, this is super easy to make!

    Recipe #264942

    You MUST have a heavy duty stand mixer to make this. It is my absolute all time favorite Christmas candy. Please make sure your walnuts are very fresh. This is a delicate candy and any off taste in the nuts will ruin it. 3 c. sugar 1/2 c. light corn syrup 2/3 c. water 2 egg whites 1/8 tsp. salt 1 tsp. vanilla 1 c. chopped nuts Bring sugar, corn syrup, salt and water to a boil. Cook to hard ball stage, (250-265 F) wiping any crystals from side of pan from time to time. While syrup is boiling, beat egg whites until they form stiff peaks. Very slowly pour a thin stream of syrup into the stiff egg whites keeping mixer at med high speed for as long as possible, reducing speed to med as mixture thickens. Add Vanilla Continue beating until mixture is very thick and loses its gloss. Stir in nuts with spoon. Drop by spoonfuls on greased cookie sheet. Allow to cool completely at room temperature. Store at room temperature for up to 1 week. Can be refrigerated. I have never tried to freeze Divinity, it has never lasted long enough.

    Recipe #264891

    My Grandmother and my Mother made these for special occasions. They are really just Candied Yams, using Parsnips instead. Of course the Parsnips have a much nuttier and spice flavor than Yams.

    Recipe #264824

    This is my original sandwich, and is still my favorite. It features sliced sour dough bread, sliced roast beef, whole Ortega chilies, med cheddar and pepper jack, and you must use very juicy ripe tomatoes.

    Recipe #264823

    This is my recipe. It is my Grandson's favorite Taco, and he is a beef-eater. These are just as good as soft or crisp tacos.

    Recipe #264822

    My original recipe. I love twice or stuffed baked potatoes, but sometimes they don't come out just right. The insides overcook, the outsides get really crisp. There is no way to save overcooked insides, but the shells are still great, so I dumped the insides, mixed up some potato buds with extras. Then I broiled the hollowed out skins till very crisp. I mixed the Potato Buds with a lot of garlic, sour cream, deli italian cheese blend, and green onions. I then served the soft potatoes as a mash on the plate and cut the very crisp potato skins into "chips" for scooping up the mashed. My 91-year old patient really got a kick out of this and I'm sure kids will too.

    Recipe #264821

    This soup is so fresh and clean tasting, I know you will love it. This is my original recipe.

    Recipe #255423

    This is a nice side dish for a heavy entree, when you want some starch, but a small amount that is still an eye-catcher. Choose red potatoes that are about the size of small lemons or large limes. You can find recipes for roasting garlic on this site. Regarding the cheese, I use an Italian 5 cheese blend that I get in the Deli of the supermarket. I couldn't remember all of them, so just look for that.

    Recipe #236225

    Recipe #211573

    *Saumons smoked en pâte feuilletée (Smoked Salmon in Puff Pastry)

    Recipe #211565

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