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    Another Sunset classic recipe dressed up for company with the addition of a cheese biscuit ring or wreath. You could easily substitute one of the many recipes for Red Lobster's Cheddar Bay Biscuits on Zaar for the cheese biscuits or even use frozen or canned biscuits to save time.

    Recipe #269134

    From Good Housekeeping's web site. I like the addition of pomegranate seeds and the watercress garnish for added texture & color. An old fashioned side, updated for your holiday table.

    Recipe #264505

    I knew I needed a reason to buy a bottle of Goldschlager, so thank you Michael Chiarello! We're shopping for a strong, clear cinnamon schnapps liqueur with 24k Gold Leaf Flakes. Now who wouldn't like that?? Besides, cinnamon is so good for you! Trader Joe carries Prosecco, an Italian sparkling wine, but I think it will take another trip to find the Goldschlager. This is so festive it will be perfect for the holidays!

    Recipe #255860

    Love that Giada! Here's a new twist on a summer salad that can be made ahead, will keep refrigerated for several days and give you a chance to try the mandoline you bought at great expense and hardly ever use! Crudi = raw. Isn't that a nicer word??

    Recipe #250245

    A kicked up spicy, crunchy summer cole slaw.

    Recipe #240167

    A malty, sharp, chilly & hot breathtaking blast of flavor we used to enjoy poolside in Phoenix. Recipe from the Cafe Terra Cotta in Tucson. Later the Black Mountain Brewing Company in Cave Creek began brewing their own Chili Beer with a whole Serrano chili in the bottle, an equally good poolside libation.

    Recipe #235003

    Saw this on Sandra Lee yesterday... Am I blue? Not any more!

    Recipe #234312

    A wonderful first course for your St. Pat's Day feast. Puff pastry shamrocks float on a tasty Irish whiskey laced leek & onion broth. You'll dazzle your lucky guests!

    Recipe #215891

    Trust a Swede with your corned beef? Today, everyone is Irish! I prefer using a corned round...less fat, it slices nicer and isn't stringy. If you brine your own meat, I've been told even a tri tip roast works well, a popular cut of beef in the West. The gravy puts this recipe over the top!

    Recipe #215890

    A sauce from Bruce Jacobs, Executive Chef at Bristol Farms Markets in CA for your St. Pat's corned beef. It's also good with ham, chicken or other meats.

    Recipe #214690

    Sauerkraut could well be the next chicken soup, according to ABC News. Cabbage is packed with vitamins that boost the immune system and fermented cabbage contains lactic acid that aids digestion and can weaken infections. A recent U of NM study also concludes that eating cabbage and sauerkraut often may help ward off breast cancer. Where I grew up, sauerkraut was the dish of choice served on New Year’s Day, so here’s a recipe containing both sauerkraut and cabbage to bring you good health & good luck in 07! If you have kraut haters in your family, try adding the grated apple and onion, and you may find them begging for more. I serve this with buttery mashed potatoes or spaetzle.

    Recipe #199673

    From a Food Network "Calling All Cooks" segment several years ago as made by Inglill Mutti with my alterations. These are about as Swedish as they get and my once a year MUST make recipe each Christmas season. This joins my Top Ten favorite recipes! Two tips: Cardamom can be expensive & hard to find. I finally found it at "Wild Oats" where bulk spices are sold by the ounce. I also use Tyler Florence's recipe for the accompanying Lingonberry Sauce, another hard to find item. I found 2 brands at Cost Plus World Market, and I also hear it's sold at Ikea if there's one near you.

    Recipe #199615

    Couch potato football food for Fall. Freeze blue cheese overnight before the big game so you can quickly shred it at half time!

    Recipe #195104

    From Sunset, November 2003. A beautiful & simple potato presentation!

    Recipe #195013

    Recipe from Checkered Flag Cooking by Kent Whitaker. A good Manly Meat recipe for tailgate season!

    Recipe #186713

    From Sam's Club magazine "Source"..the beautiful photo grabbed my eye. Key Lime Pie in a glass!..Serves 8 of your VERY best friends.

    Recipe #185495

    An exciting Culinary Moment at the Hotel Arizona, USA, where we left good ol' Pat holding the match.

    Recipe #185372

    I happen to have a bonafide apple tree in my SoCA yard, quite unusual for this area. I do nothing to care for it, but it rewards me with a plethora of apples (rather like Golden Delicious) this time each year. I borrowed my friend's antique cone shaped Chinois colander to make applesauce. You cook the apples, skin & all, until they’re soft enough to push through this sieve with a wooden mallet (rather like a rolling pin with a pointed end.) I've found they're still available but very expensive. I'm now searching E Bay for a vintage model. You could always peel & core the apples & proceed to make applesauce in the traditional way; or try pushing them unpeeled & cooked through a regular colander. In any case, here’s the resulting home grown apple sauce made better-butter. I thought it to be a “breakfast” item, but I took some along to a dinner party where biscuits were served and came home with an empty jar! Maybe it’s due to the secret ingredient?

    Recipe #185371

    Cookbook author Sarah Lee Chase calls this a serendipitous scramble of corn bread, rhubarb & walnuts or an absolute must with roast spring chicken. In any case, it was a hit at our annual Easter gala!

    Recipe #165991

    Preparation for my annual Easter Gala was in full swing, and I was hopelessly behind schedule. Finishing up the desserts, my housekeeper Teresa was licking the beaters with a silly smile. Knowing she doesn’t imbibe, I reminded her the “green stuff” was a liqueur. Running out of time, I asked if she could just stay another hour to help, I’d fork over a bonus and she could take home the extra food. She rolled her eyes and said, “I’d do ANYTHING for more of that Green Fluff.” Easter Brunch 2005 was a roaring success, and Teresa’s Temptation & Fall From Grace is permanent addition to our Favorite Things. It’s simple, very pretty and not too sweet. Now, who wouldn’t like that? Enjoy it for Easter or St. Pats!

    Recipe #159229

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