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    I like stuffed french toast but many of the recipes are for large amounts. This is for two and can be doubled for 4. I think you will enjoy this recipe. Let me know.

    Recipe #434226

    I have always liked pears and my favorite is poached pears. I think you will like this version Its another way to cook with wine and thats always exciting. I like to use a fruity red or a slightly sweet German red wine. Don't use cooking wine .Use a good inexpensive wine that you will enjoy drinking what is left. Use Bosc pears if possible. I have found this good with my Bills Hambergers or Grilled fish. Serve cold.

    Recipe #430014

    I have tried baked chicken many times, including the grocery pre cooked ones. Either they overwhelm or underwhelm. I think this is the perfect Balance. Its also easy and inexpensive.Please let me know what you think including any change you think it needs. Thanks

    Recipe #422630

    This makes a quick easy dish that adults can enjoy. Choose sweet apples and use good booze, it makes a difference. When finished if not souced , you will love this!

    Recipe #420672

    Man this was good! My wife found this recipe in Every Day Food magazine. It was the May 2008 Issure. We had it 3/28/10 to celebrate Dukes win over Baylor to go to the final four. Its easy and pretty quick to make so enjoy this very tasty meal. Please enjoy!!

    Recipe #418291

    I got this recipe from a chef in St. Paul quite a few years ago.. I must have made it 40 times since them..You can sub for the Irish Whiskey writh a good brady or cognac .Both are good.

    Recipe #417916

    I love to grill steaks and I like to do it kind of simple. The most important thing is the steak itself. Please use a nice cut that is prime or choice. I like strips and filets but a rib eye is great too. weather you use a gas grill or a match lighted charcoal make sure the grille is hot hot hot, Cook that hunk of meat you choose any way you like it EXCEPT Well done, Then enjoy!

    Recipe #416764

    After trying the Panera potato and cheese soup I thought I could use it for a basis for a super great fondue. This is what I came up with. Try it and enjoy with a excellent french bread .

    Recipe #407687

    While I was watching the Florida-Cincinatti 2010 Bowl game annd eating Blackeyed peas and stewed Tomatoes. I was hit with this idea for a dip. I made it in less than 20 minutes and it was great. I hope you try it and add your own touches. This is really a orginal but man its good. Try it !

    Recipe #406301

    After Thanksgiving my Sue cooks the best turkey hash you ever tasted. It does not take a long time but the results are fantastic. I hope you try it.

    Recipe #401874

    If you are looking for a easy tasty tender barbecue you have to try this recipe. I have tried barbecue all over the country. My favorite is Carolina barbecue and Richmond barbecue. I have tried to marry the two and I hope and think this does. Have fun with this!

    Recipe #396889

    I like Fresh butterbeans. I also like canned ones but not for this recipe. The prep time is less than 15 minutes and all you need that may be unusual is home made pasta sauce. So next time you make some and freeze a cup to use when you make this. You could use a canned pasta sauce but I am sure yours taste better. Give this a try you will really like it,

    Recipe #389228

    I saw this recipe in one of the more popular food mags. Sorry I don't remember which one. I have tried it twice and both were GREAAAAT. I changed a few things that I think improved it and I hope you like it. I use Dukes Mayo and Frenchs Mustard but use whatever brand you want. This is really easy and will knock the socks off your guests or family. Enjoy!

    Recipe #384400

    This recipe is best using small white beans of some type and fresh spices where possible. Its easy and great anytime. Do not overcook the small white beans. Keep them whole and do not let them burst.

    Recipe #382598

    Summertime is a time when really good tomatos are avalible. It is also the time of year you want to stay away from hours in front of a hot stove. This recipe is really quick and above all FRESH. The recipe is for 2 or 3 people but I see no reason you can't double it. It is a little spicey but the freshness makes this a great sauce. Make sure you get great tomatoes, it makes a big difference. Enjoy!

    Recipe #375034

    I love chile! So I look for different ways to fix it. Here is one. I get my heirloom beans from ranchogordo.com. They have many different types. I used Christmas limas, tepary (white), jaquero and flaueolet heirloom beans. There is no reason you could not choose other heirlooms. This chili is not overly spicy but if it's spice and heat you want add cayenne, chili powder and a hot pepper or two. Have fun and enjoy.

    Recipe #364851

    . I really hate the loins that come already seasoned from the store. So I made up this recipe. Its very quick and easy and was great. I hope you try it and make improvements and suggestions. Have fun and enjoy.

    Recipe #360448

    In my middle age period I was lucky enough to have a boat, cool boat. During the summer weekends we cruised the Chesapeake Bay with another couple. One of the easiest meals was this one. We could make it before we left the Patomac river and have them that night after happy hour. You could always add fresh seafood before we reheated them. It was a staple for the 15 years we owned the boat. Enjoy!!

    Recipe #358033

    I love navy bean soup. Heck I more than love it. Thats why I made 10 or 12 batches to come up with this recipe. On a cold day or night this will warm your heart body and mind. It may also cure the flu. Maybe.

    Recipe #353555

    I use the grill all year long and I love my burgers. However they must be special and It took me a few years to come up with this recipe I hope you enjoy them. ALL YEAR LONG!

    Recipe #351248

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