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    What to do with all the leftover Holiday Turkey Meat - This was a big hit, and a treat to have something spicy after holiday eating holiday leftovers for a few days.

    Recipe #268123

    With and abundance of Poblano and Green peppers from the garden, and a nice crop of Thai basil (queen of siam basil)this was a natural combination of flavors and vegetables that turned out to be a family hit!

    Recipe #99469

    Inspired by Mean-Chef's gorgonzola sauce recipe (only easier) and a dish I had at a great little Italian restaurant in Albany, NY.

    Recipe #82743

    Thai basil makes this dish and we happened to have some in the garden that was begging to be turned into something in the Thai food group. Served with a side of steamed dumplings instead of fries and topped with spicy mayo (see basics below preparation instructions), lettuce, onion and tomato - an it's east meets west.... For a real treat make this with ground pork (preferred), ground chicken, or hamburger. Fish sauce, while not normally found in most households is optional, but recommended.

    Recipe #481757

    This is a family favorite and usually made for breakfast when company is staying overnight. I recommend adding the chili powder and make sure you have all of the spices available you won;t be dissappointed. Originally from the Marlboro Country Cookbook entitled "Towns, Trails, and Special Times".

    Recipe #466217

    I worked on recipe #26766 to lower the fat and increase the healthfulness, They turned out nice - you could eat them for breakfast and not feel guilty. Note: Food process 1-1/4 cups or quick oats to make 1 cup oat flour (ingredient below).

    Recipe #396339

    The Thai Curry paste in this recipe was made up of on hand ingredients - came out pretty good, Makes enough for about 6 servings.

    Recipe #123201


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