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    I love Emeril because he almost never lets me down. This recipe came from an episode of Emeril Live. I usually use fresh broccoli, and roast it just until it browns up around the edges. I also add about 1/2 teaspoon of Essence of Emeril along with the thyme and nutmeg.

    Recipe #438147

    This is a recipe Emeril did on Emeril Green. He recommends organic everything and the Long Trail brand of ale. Personally, I think it's good no matter what brands I use!

    Recipe #436241

    This recipe came from Derek Wagner, courtesy of the Food Network website. I did do a search for this before posting, but did not check all 20,000+ recipes to make sure there was no duplication. This is the only mac and cheese recipe my family likes! I always fully-cook my bacon beforehand and crumble it in when mixing everything to go in the oven, rather than prepare it the way the recipe suggests. I find the finished product is less greasy that way.

    Recipe #431360

    Although there is a recipe by the same name on Recipezaar, mine is entirely different. This one actually came off of a package of mushrooms.

    Recipe #427059

    This recipe came from my friend's grandmother. For best results, use a cast-iron skillet and melt some butter in it in the oven before pouring in the batter.

    Recipe #418101

    My mom's lasagne recipe from her father. You can substitute ricotta cheese for the cottage cheese and parmesan for the romano, as it is delicious either way. I make this every year for Christmas dinner, and my eldest often asks for it on his birthday! I freeze the leftovers in single-serving portions for an easy meal on "Feed Your Damn Self " nights.

    Recipe #415026

    This recipe came from an old roommate of mine. Probably not terribly figure-friendly, and it doesn't freeze well at all, but it IS delicious and always gets rave reviews. I have experimented with adding various things like cooked chicked, shrimp and bacon; these are all good as long as they are well-drained before you add them. I also tried adding mushrooms... wasn't good, and I don't recommend that. I'm sure there are other things that can be added, so if you find something good, please let me know. YOU MUST STIR THIS CONSTANTLY because if it singes you will have to start all over.

    Recipe #414972

    My mom's in-the-bird turkey stuffing recipe. I've tried several times to make this separately, but it always comes out dry whether I cover the pan with foil or not. If anyone can keep this moist outside of the bird, please drop me a line! Preparation time is the time to dry the bread slices, so disregard if you are using storebought croutons.

    Recipe #414971

    This recipe came out of the Southern Living magazine January 2009 issue. I have posted it just as it was written; however, when I make it I use regular diced tomatoes and add one small can of green chilis (taco aisle) and saute one jalapeno pepper along with the onion, garlic and ground beef. I also stir one cube of cilantro (Knorr makes this) into the soup as it cooks instead of using fresh cilantro on top. This freezes pretty well as long as you don't add sour cream and cheese to the whole pot.

    Recipe #414928

    I got this recipe from a co-worker. Although there are other ropa vieja recipes on Recipezaar, i didn't see any that called for a crockpot. Sofrito can be found the frozen 'ethnic foods' sections, in a little tub. Sazon can be found in the dry 'ethnic foods' section, and it comes in a box full of little packets. Please note that Recipezaar will not accept "one envelope of sazon" as a measurement, so I had to call it "1oz", instead.

    Recipe #414927

    This is my mom's father's recipe for marinade for any type of meat that's going on the grill. I have only tried it on beef and chicken, so let me know how it tastes on pork if you try it! Serving size is just a guess, as Recipezaar wouldn't let me put "Not Applicable". Preparation time is soak time.

    Recipe #414926

    I think this one came off a box of pasta, so it may be on here somewhere; however, I didn't come across it when I did my search. I call it 'Simple" because it has no meat in it as written, but you easily trade out this sauce for my "Simple Spaghetti" sauce, if you have some in your freezer! Preparation time is the time needed to boil the pasta, as none of the other ingredients have to be pre-cooked.

    Recipe #414924

    Another of my "Famous" side dishes. I don't remember where I got this recipe, either.

    Recipe #414921

    I call these "My Famous Green Beans". I don't remember where I got the recipe, but I didn't see another like it here. I always make these instead of mushy green bean casserole for Thanksgiving!

    Recipe #414920

    Another one of my mom's recipes. This freezes really well, and can also be used for stuffed shells. Make sure to stir it more frequently than you think it needs, because if it singes you will have to start all over!

    Recipe #414919

    This is my mom's chili recipe, but my BF insists that it should be called Chili-Mac. It's good with or without the pasta!

    Recipe #414916


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