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    My friend Buffy gave me this recipe. I really didn't think that it would be that great, but it really is! This salad is very light and refreshing and would be the perfect side dish to a light summer meal. I think that it would pair perfectly with grilled salmon or seared tuna. Best if made within an hour or two of serving. Does not keep well overnight.

    Recipe #493854

    I fell in love with Chilaquiles while on a trip to Cancun. I recently found this recipe from Rick Bayless, and I am thrilled to have it! I haven't tried it yet, but I'm sure that it is to die for like everything else he does. I've posted it here for safe keeping. When I do make it, I will probably scale it down for just the two of us. update; This was amazing! Just like I remembered! I made this today and used 1 jar of the salsa and 1 cup of chicken broth. I also bought a package of refrigerated corn tortillas. I cut into 9ths pizza style, and fried them in oil. I used 18 tortillas. I used a mexican queso fresco, a mexican crumbling fresh farmers type cheese for the garnish. Totally delish! My scaled down verson would feed 4 to 6 as a main dish, or maybe 10 as a side.

    Recipe #407393

    Recipe #391927

    I came up with this recipe when I needed a recipe for sturdy sub buns. So I combined a couple of recipes, and these came out just like Mancino's grinder buns. Slightly crisp on the outside, slightly soft on the inside and sturdy enough to hold up to the hardiest of fillings.

    Recipe #372809

    I had great reviews with my other fish recipe recipe #104409. But I'm always striving to improve. I did some experimenting, and this fish batter is great! Serve it with recipe #104661, fries and coleslaw. Or make it into a fish sandwich with tartar sauce and lettuce on a bun. Either way, it's delish!

    Recipe #363516

    I've been on a mission to duplicate the calamari at Ruths Chris Steakhouse without much success. Come to find out that they keep the squid alive in tanks until ordered on the menu... no wonder! I've done a lot of research, and came up with this recipe... they turned out awesome! Very tender. Ruths Chris serves the fried calimari in a sweet and spicy clear asian sauce, there are several brands in asian markets to choose from. Okay... Here is the best tip ever when frying calamari... after dredging the rings in flour, turn the rings inside out... this way they stay wide open for mor even frying!:) Came up with that one myself.

    Recipe #357910

    I love this salad. It's light, refreshing, easy and quick to make.And it tastes great! Perfect on a summer's day. Hands down, this is my favorite salad any time of year. If you want to kick it up a bit, instead of salt and pepper try using Old Bay or Lemon Pepper seasoning. For a little heat, add finely minced jalapeno.

    Recipe #356757

    This recipe shows you how to adapt cookie recipe to get the type of cookie you want whether its thin and crunchy, puffy and cake like, or inbetween , puffed and chewy. It starts with the basic recipe, then tells you what to change for different results. This info can be adapted to almost any cookie recipe. I see so many questions on zaar regarding cookies lately, that i thought that this would be useful. It's from the book "Cookwise" bt Shirley Corriher... aka the food scientist from "Good Eats".. A great cookbook that shares the science behind cooking.

    Recipe #346420

    Wonderful sauce that goes great with any roasted beef. Better if doubled.. because it goes quick!

    Recipe #341391

    I had a mad craving for swedish meatballs tonight. I couldn't find a recipe that was really what I was looking for, so I came up with this. I'm posting it here for safe keeping. Perfect for a quick supper when using premade frozen meatballs.

    Recipe #336998

    I came up with this recipe for "Dining on a Dollar". I love this because it' spicy, sweet, tangy, easy and quick to prepare, and best of all... inexpen$ive!

    Recipe #336769

    This recipe makes the most beautifully browned, juiciest and flavorful turkey. And it's super easy to boot. It's inspired from the California Culinary Academy. Important!! This recipe only works well if you stuff the turkey. I didn't think that it would make a big difference, but when I baked a turkey and didn't stuff it a while back, It was way overcooked....not good. But this is great for a big stuffed bird. If I were serving this for a special occasion though, I would definately use a programmable thermometer... I got mine for around $15 at Meijers and I use it a LOT! So well worth the small investment. Insert the thermometor into the thickest part og the thigh and bring the temp to 165 to 170 degrees.

    Recipe #330543

    I love crab rangoon ... who doesn't?...But my boyfriend is allergic to shellfish so he has never been able to try them. I had some leftover eggroll wrappers, so I put this together... he loved them! So did I even though I hate salmon. The filling also is great as a spread for crackers or toasted pita triangles. I didn't measure, so measurements are estimated... just taste as you go .

    Recipe #324775

    My favorite sandwich of all time! What used to be available only from those hole-in-the-wall Italian pizzarias can now come strait from your kitchen! Soooo gooood!

    Recipe #322350

    From Wendy Chant's "Crack the Fat Loss Code". This is great! I use Body Fortress brand whey protein powder. It has 23g protein and only 1g sugar, 110 cals and 1g carb. The recipe says oranges, but it wont accept orange flavored Crystal Light.

    Recipe #315324

    If anyone has ever eaten at the Frankenmuth Brewery in Frankenmuth, Michigan, you know about the wonderful pretzel bread with mustard butter served there. I fell in live with it at first bite. It's semi-crunchy on the outside, moist an chewy inside. And the butter has spice from the mustard and a touch of sweetness from the honey. This is made extra easy by using refrigerated french bread dough, but you can use any french dough recipe that you like. I hope that you enjoy this as much as I do!

    Recipe #305651

    My favorite recipe for hummus.

    Recipe #304716

    This is adapted from a recipe that came with my Toastmaster Breadmaker. It was for onion bread, I added the cheese. The bread is a light brown color because of the onion soup mix. This makes a 1 1/2 lb loaf.

    Recipe #301704

    Tangy, not too sweet shortbread cookies. From Land O'Lakes.

    Recipe #301617

    Really good key lime pie. Nice and tangy, not too sweet! Use fresh key limes... makes a real difference in the flavor.

    Recipe #300072

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