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    This is one of the easiest appetizer recipes EVER, yet so tasty I am asked to make them over and over! The filling can be made a day ahead, which is really helpful during the busy holiday season. They are fine served room temperature or warm, are great for breakfast the next day, or with a salad for lunch or brunch!

    Recipe #388267

    Roast pork is one of our favorites, and apples go so well with it. The cider gravy I made up myself and used it on garlic mashed potatoes--this whole meal was served to a group of our local Vietnam Vets and they loved it!

    Recipe #388259

    These pretty, savory tarts are a nice side dish for lunch with soup and salad perhaps, or with a formal dinner, and would be lovely at a brunch.

    Recipe #375703

    The best thing about this breakfast or brunch dish is that you can assemble it the night before, and just pop it in the oven the next morning! Perfect after a late night with friends/ overnight guests. Almost any vegetables and coked meats can be used, ie. sausage and red peppers, broccoli and ham, etc. (just be sure to pre-cook any meats!) Of course you can swap out cheeses, too, for endless variety!

    Recipe #374841

    From Bon Apetit, this is a lovely salad or cold side dish for summertime meals. Would be nice for a brunch, as well.

    Recipe #374837

    Unique flavors make this dish something to try. A simple roasted potato or gratin would be the perfect accompaniment.

    Recipe #373834

    Something a little different to do with chicken breasts, fancy enough for company, but not too time consuming for a weeknight. I would serve with wild rice and a nice veg, maybe asparagus.

    Recipe #373726

    This Cajun style catfish is simply divine! Dresses it up a bit, too. Definitely good enough for company!

    Recipe #373625

    These spicy shrimp are cooled by the melon salsa and would be lovely served over a bed of baby greens. Small portions would make a stunning appetizer, while a full portion is the perfect lunch or light supper. Quick enough for a weeknight, and won't heat up the kitchen!

    Recipe #373620

    This spicy chicken dish will take you right back to islands! The heat of the jerk seasoning is complemented by the fresh, light flavors in the rice dish, served cold. Chill some Red Stripe or throw some rum in the blender and you've got the perfect simple barbeque! The jerk seasoning (minus the brown sugar) can be doubled and the excess stored in an airtight jar for another use.

    Recipe #373610

    Adapted from Chicago's famed House of Blues version of Jambalaya, this one takes less time, but doesn't skimp on BIG BAYOU flavor! It is one dish I am repeatedly asked to make. The great thing is you can throw in any number of meats and seafood that you have on hand, and leave one out if you want--any combination still tastes delicious! Have plenty of ice-cold beer on hand, you're gonna need it!

    Recipe #373579

    Really quick, simple and delicious! With frozen cocktail shrimp on hand, I can whip this up and surprise unexpected guests!

    Recipe #372063

    This is a great weeknight dish I adapted from a Bon Apetit magazine recipe. Very nice in spring before the good local produce appears at the market.

    Recipe #372052

    The Moors occupied Spain for over 800 years. Moorish culture, music, food, and architecture remains visible all over the coutry. Their last stronghold was Granada, where we recently enjoyed a delicious, spicy lamb stew. By combining several recipes, and a bit of trial and error, I was able to recreate the dish for my husband and our friends at a recent dinner party. This goes well with an icy cold beer, or a very crisp, light white wine to complement the heat! It seems like a lot of ingredients and spices, but it's very easy to prepare and definitely worth it!

    Recipe #372050

    These little meatballs have a great kick and so much more flavor than traditional meatballs. Serve with additional Tabasco for sprinkling, and some very cold beer! When we were in Spain, San Miguel was the local favorite beer, but Dos Equis would be just as good!

    Recipe #371504

    We enjoyed this delicious bread everywhere we went in Barcelona, they put it out on the table when you first arrive and it is irresistable! But the best part is, it's incredibly easy!!

    Recipe #371496


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