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    4 Reviews |  By Susie D

    A crunchy baked chicken with Thai satay inspired flavors. From June 2007 Southern Living. Serve with rice pilaf and broccoli.

    Recipe #505540

    9 Reviews |  By Susie D

    Smooth this sweet-hot rub into the scored surface of the chops. Serve with rice. from Cooking light Oct 2003

    Recipe #505539

    1 Reviews |  By Susie D

    Carla Hall. This potato salad is the perfect accompaniment to any meal. Expand your food horizons with this yummy vinaigrette!

    Recipe #505538

    3 Reviews |  By Susie D

    The crockpot makes easy work of pulled pork. This one features a coffee rub. Coffee, you say? The coffee adds a boost to the meaty flavor. After shredding the pork, it can be used in multiple ways. Serve in pork tacos, press a Cuban sandwich, add your favorite BBQ sauce, or even roll taquitoes. Note: Country pork ribs are thick meaty cuts with a bone, but are not spareribs. A pork butt would be a good substitute, but I find the country ribs make a smaller batch. ***I added no salt to the rub as the sauces contain enough for our family, but do add it if your family would miss it.

    Recipe #505377

    I love crunchy veggies & low cal options are always a plus. This recipe from chefbarrae caught my eye as a must try. I liked that it is diabetic friendly and think it would be picnic friendly. This dish is easy to prepare and stores well in the refrigerator for at least a week. I plan to try adding additional veggies such as celery and cauliflower too.

    Recipe #504738

    5 Reviews |  By Susie D

    Interesting veggie salads are always at the top of my list. I enjoy the tart, spicy, sweet contrast of Thai flavors & this salad caught my eye. (by Loves Food Loves to Eat)

    Recipe #504737

    2 Reviews |  By Susie D

    From Pinch of Yum.

    Recipe #504736

    1 Reviews |  By Susie D

    I love easy salads & this Thai inspired caesar caught my eye on House of Annie.com. The recipe uses easy ingredients to make a garlicky dressing with a peanut twist. The fish sauce replaces the Worcestershire and anchovies in the original recipe

    Recipe #504735

    1 Reviews |  By Susie D

    If you enjoy the fresh flavors and satisfying crunch of a spring roll, wait until you see this recipe contest winner created by Roxanne Chan. This salad combines a variety of the fresh vegetables found inside spring rolls and dipping sauces served alongside and brings them into the salad bowl. The salad is light, fresh, colorful and tasty salad perfect for spring or summer!

    Recipe #477840

    7 Reviews |  By Susie D

    This is great for summer as it's lighter than traditional mayo dressed slaws. The dressing features a welcome citrus zing and the bright colors pair nicely with grilled foods. Using a mandoline for shredding and slicing makes short work of cutting all of the vegetables. Created for Dining on a Dollar --Zucchini Contest.

    Recipe #461078

    1 Reviews |  By Susie D

    Kabobs look special & you can have a party on a plate with minimum effort. After the preparation (which can be done ahead) the recipe goes together quickly and utilizes an indoor contact grill. The meatballs are soft, so cooking on an outdoor grill would require adjustments and presoaking the bamboo skewers. I don't presoak the skewers when using a foreman style grill. 30 min prep & 30 min chill time

    Recipe #461066

    3 Reviews |  By Susie D

    This is an Alton Brown recipe. Grains of Paradise have a taste that is a mix of mild black pepper, cardamom, coriander and ginger and with a luscious citrus aroma. Long used in Middle Eastern, North and West African cuisines, this spice is starting to gain in popularity throughout other regions of the world. The two major exporters of Grains of Paradise are in Ghana and Nigeria. Grains of Paradise are also known as alligator pepper, melegueta pepper (not to be confused with Brazilian Malagueta pepper which is actually a member of the Capsicum family), Guinea pepper, ginny pepper and Roman pepper. Helpful hint; you will enjoy its fullest flavor if you grind it just before adding to a dish (or just before serving).

    Recipe #455498

    5 Reviews |  By Susie D

    Shhhh. The secret ingredient in this quick cooking sauce is root beer! This is a sweeter style sauce, but still very versatile. Stir into pulled pork for BBQ style sandwiches, use as a glaze on grilled chicken breasts or even wings. It is ideal for last minute gifting. Presented in a canning jar with a silcone basting brush or grilling tools it makes a nice hostess gift. Created for the Craze-E Contest --Gift Ideas.

    Recipe #443166

    1 Reviews |  By Susie D

    Who doesn't love chex mix? This one has an Asian flair & would be a different twist whether you are filling the snack bowl for a party or looking for small gifts for coworkers. This mix is slightly sweet from the hoisin sauce and not 'blow your head off' hot. For easy gift presentation fill inexpensive disposable frosting cones. Tied with a pretty ribbon, they look festive and are easy to do.

    Recipe #443152

    This easy recipe adds an India inspired touch to a meal. The cubes of sweet potato are low in fat & oven baked. I like them with the additional red pepper flakes, but they are optional.

    Recipe #415193

    -These creamy stuffed potatoes have a mild smoky flavor and are easy to make. Most of the cooking time is baking the potatoes before stuffing. I prepared everything early in the day and did the final bake at dinnertime. The listed serving size is half a potato per person. Created for RSC #15

    Recipe #413638

    3 Reviews |  By Susie D

    A dear friend shared this recipe with me many years ago. The recipe became a favorite & I have used it for everything over the years. It has made it way to many a Girl Scout mtg, school party, potluck, etc. Tea Cakes became my family's favorite cookie at the holidays. It isn't Christmas without a platter of these & a bag for everyone to take home. They are good plain and sweeter with the glaze & icing.

    Recipe #400024

    2 Reviews |  By Susie D

    Start with cooked chicken, throw in a few easy ingredients, and speed a delicious meal to the table. I found this recipe in a newspaper article.

    Recipe #399979

    2 Reviews |  By Susie D

    This is like spicy sunshine when used as a spread on a hamburger or in a wrap. The tartness from the lime is a contrast with the sweetness of the dried fruit. It is important to allow the full soaking time for the apricots. From Southern Living magazine.

    Recipe #371242

    3 Reviews |  By Susie D

    A cute & fast gift! The idea is adapted from Gooseberry's 2007 holiday book. One batch made two gifts in a mug with 6 snowmen and several individual pops.

    Recipe #265824

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