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    Adapted from The New Spanish Table. Prep time is the time to make the vegetable mixture, which may be prepared a day in advance.

    Recipe #477519

    Adapted from Elena Zelayeta. Don't cook these over high heat or the chicken livers will become tough and gristly. Serve on rice or toast.

    Recipe #477502

    Adapted from The Master Chef's Outdoor Grill Cookbook. Cook time is chilling time.

    Recipe #476858

    Cooked outdoors, on a grill. Originally intended as a breakfast dish for campers. Adapted from The Master Chef's Outdoor Grill Cookbook.

    Recipe #476857

    Adapted from Pan American's Complete Round the World Cookbook. Posted in answer to a request. This may be served hot or cold.

    Recipe #476856

    Just what the title says--salad in a sandwich. This recipe comes from a goofy old cookbook called "Wolf in Chef's Clothing, the Picture Cook and Drink Book for Men." All the recipes in the book are done in pictures, but I've translated them into words for you. I've scaled this down to one serving for simplicity's sake.

    Recipe #476829

    This calls for elk, but it will work with deer or moose as well. Adapted from "Dressing & Cooking Wild Game."

    Recipe #476823

    This recipe is credited to Michael Kelly, Irish actor, singer and composer. Adapted from A Taste of Ireland. This is a sauce for lamb, veal or pork. I've given the original instructions for making with a mortar and pestle, but feel free to use a food processor.

    Recipe #476133

    Credited to J. O'Brien. Adapted from A Taste of Ireland.

    Recipe #476132

    Ready, Set, Cook! Special Edition Contest Entry: This cheesy salad with shrimp makes an excellent light main dish, or a side dish for seafood. Prep time here is the time to cook and cool the potatoes; cook time is chilling time.

    Recipe #475568

    Ready, Set, Cook! Special Edition Contest Entry: Inspired by the piperades of the sunny Basque region of France and Spain, this easy oven omelet makes a perfect main dish any time of day. Or serve it cold or at room temperature for a delightful tapas snack.

    Recipe #474925

    This is a little sweeter than the other Coconut Bread I posted. It will be less sweet if you omit the raisins. Adapted from Electric Bread. Time will vary according to your machine

    Recipe #471823

    No oats. Corn flakes may be substituted for the graham crackers, and peaches or pears may be used instead of apples. Adapted from Good Housekeeping's Book of Delectable Desserts.

    Recipe #471822

    Beef stew served in potato skin "boats." Adapted from Paul Prudhomme's Louisiana Tastes. Don't let the long list of ingredients and instructions scare you; these are easy. I prefer to bake the pirogues, but I've also included the instructions for deep-frying. You can serve any stew or chili this way.

    Recipe #470767

    This is a simplified Eggs Benedict recipe. It comes from a goofy old cookbook called "Wolf in Chef's Clothing, the Picture Cook and Drink Book for Men." All the recipes in the book are done in pictures, but I've translated them into words for you.

    Recipe #469622

    This recipe comes from a goofy old cookbook called "Wolf in Chef's Clothing, the Picture Cook and Drink Book for Men." All the recipes in the book are done in pictures, but I've translated them into words for you. The recipe is from 1950, so feel free to reduce the amount of butter.

    Recipe #469621

    Yes, I know it's a silly title. It comes from a goofy old cookbook called "Wolf in Chef's Clothing, the Picture Cook and Drink Book for Men." All the recipes in the book are done in pictures, but I've translated them into words for you. These are really more hamburger steaks than burgers. I don't usually add binders to my hamburgers, but I couldn't resist the rye bread in this recipe. I've increased the number of servings; the original said that 1 1/2 pounds of meat would only serve four. Feel free to reduce the amount of butter, if any.

    Recipe #469620

    This is intended to be a light main course for a hot night. Tuna will also work. This comes from a goofy old cookbook called "Wolf in Chef's Clothing, the Picture Cook and Drink Book for Men." All the recipes in the book are done in pictures, but I've translated them into words for you.

    Recipe #469619

    A regular bread, not the sweet, cakelike type. Adapted from Breads of the World. Prep time includes rising time. Canned pumpkin is not recommended for this recipe.

    Recipe #469576

    Adapted from Breads of the World. These can be frozen after baking.

    Recipe #469575

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