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    Please make sure you have a working AED (automated external defibrillator) present before attempting to serve this recipe. Just sayin'. You will notice this recipe does not call for mayonnaise. Mayonnaise is a cheap, quick and dirty shortcut, not to mention it changes the way German potato salad is supposed to taste and how it is served. Mayo-based salads must be kept cold or the mayo will turn. Real German recipes are served warm, and the action of combining the ingredients in the correct order creates its own natural mayonnaise, right in the bowl, that won't go bad when it gets warm - er, cold - er, whatever. This recipe in not low-calorie. It's not supposed to be. It's supposed to be good, filling and the kind of food you have to eat when you're burning off 5,000 calories a day working the farm. We don't generally work the farm anymore, but the women in the Garstang family that ate this kind of food have lived to 95, 98, 103 and 94. One turned 75 this year and can still outrun you. So there.

    Recipe #480801

    I just threw this together one day when we had some fresh-caught Skipjack Tuna steaks. That's the kind that goes into cans. It's so much better pre-canned. Skipjack tastes a bit stronger than other tuna, and though it's meaty like mahi or shark it's still a bit dainty in flavor so a light, bright sauce does well on it. Try grilling the tuna over actual charcoal or wood, with just a little light olive oil to keep from sticking. This also works really well on grilled pork loin.

    Recipe #464775

    Okay I know everyone and their grandmother's dog has a recipe for chili. It's one of those things that everyone has a has an opinion on and everyone else can just stick it, but most I've tried just don't have the depth of flavor as this one because most of them stop at the three basic chili spices and really aren't that imaginative. Having said that, I will admit that I have had absolutely no problem greedily devouring any chili made anywhere by anyone. It's just good. This recipe, however, will broaden your spice palate and maybe you'll start using some of those jars gathering dust on your spice rack for other things.

    Recipe #464774

    1 Reviews |  By jdennys

    I published this some time ago on another recipe site but soon received a letter from a large fast food concern 'asking' me to remove it or refrain from using that company's name or any likenessess to their sandwich, as they owned international copyrights to the name of their restaurant and the sandwich in question. I responded, saying that my family traces their lineage to the Irish and Scottish clans Donald, that those families trace their lines back to approximately 1,700 B.C., which is easily several years earlier than their copyrights. Also, they are legally prohibited from claiming copyright of their name in Scotland. Having said that, you can make at least 3 of these at home for the price they charge for one, it is indistinguishable from their version, and it takes less time to make it than to wait in the drive-thru. They didn't copyright 'drive-thru', did they? Oh, and if you know how to make crumpets, try them in place of the muffins.

    Recipe #449489

    Your first and primal reaction to this recipe is to make a face and click 'next'. For you adventurous lot who have made it to this second sentence, this is an explosion of incongruous flavors that taste inexplicably amazing together, if for no other reason that out of pure spite. I have two friends to thank for this inspiration. They know who they are. Enjoy!

    Recipe #449327

    Made this several years ago, don't remember where I got it or more importantly why it is still clear in my head even though I can't remember what I was supposed to pick up on the way home from work. Anyway, it's tasty, so enjoy.

    Recipe #443011

    No, really, my grandmother was Granny Smith. It is pure coincidence that her recipe uses Granny Smith apples. If you've got a good scratch crust recipe, use that. If you're lazy like me, or if you're countertop-space-challenged, also like me, use the crust that comes rolled in a box in the dairy section.

    Recipe #441614

    This is NOT a low fat or low calorie recipe. Let's just get that out of the way right now. This is a rich, sticky, ridiculously delicious interpretation of an Italian classic. Served over Fettucini or Capellini (Angel Hair) with herbed sauteed seasoned chicken breast strips and a bit of Caesar Salad, this will feed a family of 6 for about $20-25.

    Recipe #436753

    2 Reviews |  By jdennys

    Easy, quick and inexpensive; fairly healthy as long as you don't go overboard on the butter - you can half the amount of butter or replace with Smart Balance or the like to cut down on the sat fat and still get the same flavor. I prefer Andy's fish fry, but Zatarain's plain works well also. I've changed the amount of lemon from the original also; I'm used to starting 2 lbs of fish and forgot to convert down to 6 servings.

    Recipe #435195


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