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    A relatively simple and flavorful way to make chicken, all in one skillet. The sweetness of the pear is balanced by a good dry cheese; I've listed parmesan but padano is even better. This is a good one to show off your presentation skills; a lemon twist or creatively sliced pear looks great on top.

    Recipe #450867

    A succulent sautéed chicken recipe offering a burst of sweet, tangy flavor from capers and lemon, supplemented by a foundational onion and garlic base. I usually serve this with a pasta and pesto, accompanied by carrots and/or broccoli, washed down with a cheap white wine. Bon appétit.

    Recipe #418510

    A quick and easy dish for lovers of spicy Thai food. The sauce works great on any Asian dish.

    Recipe #376898

    An easy marinated beef stir-fry that affords tenderness no matter how cheap the cut of meat!

    Recipe #487660

    Warning: if you try this recipe, you'll never again trust a bartender to mix your mojito. I was fed up with mediocre bar mojitos, and decided to learn to make a traditional one myself. After much research, I think I've arrived at perfection. Try it for yourself! Notes: Real sugar cane syrup really does make a difference. Any good liquor store will have it. Use mineral water with a high effervescence, like Perrier. You want a bit of texture to your mojito to balance the sweetness.

    Recipe #478580


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