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    A simple and quick, delicious recipe with a nice presentation.

    Recipe #426216

    Very rich and spicy, and great for brunch. The recipe can be easily doubled.

    Recipe #406571

    Don't be daunted by the long list of ingredients. This recipe has lots of herbs and spices, but the list is flexible. I think the sage is necessary for an authentic sausage flavor (and I personally like the fennel), but the other herbs and spices can be mixed and matched according to your taste - and what you have in your spice rack.

    Recipe #405670

    A Tagine is both an cooking vessel and the dish it's prepared in, originating in Africa. The conical shape of a tagine helps to baste the dish as it cooks. If you happen to have a tagine, that's great, but the dish works just as well in a medium or large covered pan. There are many variations on the dish, but in my family we like to use chicken thighs (with skin and on the bone, since they do well with the long cooking time). We've also done it with carrot in place of the sweet potatoes, and you can vary the fruit. Sometimes we do golden raisins and dried apricot in place of the dates. The chile-ginger-cinnamon broth is sweet, spicy, and delicious. The sugared walnuts and yogurt are for serving. Serve over cous-cous.

    Recipe #397801

    An old friend found this recipe that I gave to her over 10 years ago. I came up with the recipe to copy a version at a cafe near UNM while I was in college. I made a few updates, but it's just as tasty as I remember. Fresh cilantro is essential for garnish - it add such a nice bright flavor to this hearty, earthy soup. I used to make it every year for Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead, November 2nd - the Mexican holiday similar to Halloween).

    Recipe #397604

    I alwaysmake this for brunch parties, and everybody seems to love it. I get a lot of requests for the recipe, so now I can give my friends & family the RZ link. I use a frozen pie crust to keep it easy, but it would be even better with your favorite home-made pie crust. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!

    Recipe #396277

    This a sweet and slightly smoky Brussels sprout recipe that's great for Thanksgiving, or any time they are in season.

    Recipe #396272

    This is an easy sweet potato recipe that has a little spice and some citrusy brightness.

    Recipe #396139

    This is a tasty chicken dish with smoky flavors coming from both the tasso (a Cajun cured ham) and the chipotle.

    Recipe #391836

    The earthy flavor of the artichokes plays well with the sweetness of the limoncello. If you're not familiar with limoncello, it's a lemon-flavored, Italian liqueur.

    Recipe #389503

    The first time I had Potlikker (or Pot-likker) was at the famous Mary Mac's Tea Room in Atlanta (and the waiter accidentally spilled a whole bowl of it on my friend's sweater!) Despite that introduction, I've loved it ever since. I agree that real potlikker needs to be made with smoked ham hocks, but I like this easier version that uses bacon. I guess calling it "easy" is up for debate, since it still takes about an hour, but substituting bacon shaves off some boiling and prep time. I've even used diced pancetta in place of the bacon with great results. Enjoy!

    Recipe #387363

    I was recently inspired on a trip to Cape Cod to incorporate the flavors of Portuguese Kale Soup into a steamed mussel dish. Kale soup was made a staple in P-town by Portuguese settlers. This recipe is simple and flavorful, and you'll want lots of crusty bread to soak up the sauce! Linguica is a mild Portuguese sausage that may be hard to find. Spanish chourico (which is different from Mexican chorizo) is a spicier substitute, but that can also be hard to find. Smoked sausage would be an easy alternative, but for the true Portuguese flavor, you need linguica - you can order it from

    Recipe #386159

    This recipe is made using stone-ground grits, not the quick-cooking kind. I use yellow corn grits from the Old Mill in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, where the grits are made in a mill powered by the Little Pigeon River. By the way, I love the flavor of ancho chile with grits, even though many recipes call for chipotle (which would work well, too.)

    Recipe #383699

    This is an easy jambalaya recipe that I've been making for a long time. Many recipes call for serving the "sauce" over the rice, but I cook everything all together. (As long as your heat isn't too high, there should be enough liquid to cook the rice without making it gummy.) Enjoy!

    Recipe #383460

    Yeah, that's not a misprint. This is a great, crunchy bacon dish with the flavor of bourbon and pralines. This is great as a brunch dish, or it can even be used as a garnish on a special dessert.

    Recipe #381672

    This is a simple glaze for your choice of desserts. The honey makes it shine and gives it a nice depth of flavor. You can use a fancy salt like grey salt or fleur de sel in place of the kosher salt.

    Recipe #381661

    A spicy twist on the traditional potato salad. This recipe makes a lot, but it can be cut in half.

    Recipe #380319

    This is not a traditional curry by any stretch. In fact, I came up with the recipe when I was overdue for a visit to the grocery store and I just used what I had on hand. It ended up being so good, I've made it again and again. Feel free to use whatever vegetables you have on hand (frozen, fresh, or leftover).

    Recipe #379938

    All that chicken in the freezer? Here's an easy weeknight recipe with a satisfying crunch. Fage yogurt is available in many supermarkets, including Trader Joe's. The small (8 oz.) container is just right for this recipe. (This is an original recipe, just so you know.)

    Recipe #379271

    I love creamed corn, but I don't like to use the term "creamed corn," because it may call to mind some slop from a can. But, come on - there's nothing like the fresh taste of sweet corn bathed in luxurious cream. Add in some spice from chipotle peppers, as well as everyone's favorite ingredient - bacon - and this recipe is a guaranteed crowd-pleaser! (This is my original recipe. Also, it is perfectly delicious without the chipotle if you don't like spicy food.)

    Recipe #379267

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