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    Hands down the best salad I've ever had in my life. Tangy salad with warm baked coated goat cheese patties thrown on top. Good for any meal, but would probably impress friends/family at a get together. This takes a little time, so not something I make frequently, but worth the effort for sure. Don't be intimidated by the ingredients, I found them all at the local supermarket without difficulty. I got the recipe from a local professional chef Tanya. She gave us permission to pass this on.

    Recipe #91838

    Even people who don't like seafood will wolf down these shrimp. Seems like a very classy dish, but really pretty easy to make and worth your time to give this one a try.

    Recipe #91834

    I spent some time in wonderful Munich Germany last fall and found myself drawn to the beer taps to ask for Radler after Radler. I was a solitary traveler just trying to soak up some of the culture and was so curious what they were mixing up with their beer as I watched them pour. So I asked and have tried to make my own version with what we have to work with here in the US.

    Recipe #91829


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