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    A low calorie, South Beach Diet friendly recipe. I like this as a substitute for french fries.

    Recipe #499621

    I am not even going to try to sell anyone on this recipe by the name alone. All I know, is when my mother would set this out at a party, it would disappear quickly and everyone wanted to have the recipe.

    Recipe #442586

    I had to post this recipe because I don't want to lose it. This makes a delicious Yucatan style Achiote Rojo marinade I use on ribs instead of BBQ sauce. I find the achiote paste at most Mexican grocers here in California. Look for El Mexicano brand, or buy online.

    Recipe #419042

    This is a method more than a recipe. It is hard to fix prime rib for two, but this method allows the meat to brown nicely, and remain rare in the center when you carve it. You also have the added bonus of Baked Potatoes for your side dish! This recipe came from Sunset Books "Cooking for Two... or Just for You."

    Recipe #340449

    My mom was an adventurous cook for her day. She would try some of the oddest (to a finicky teenager) recipes and all she would have to say is, "Don't bother, you won't like that", and BAM! I would dive in and eat it to spite her. (Cunning, wasn't she!). This dip is one that I wouldn't try on a bet, were it not for my mother's challenge. Today, it is still a favorite of mine because it is relatively healthy snack food and I LOVE HORSERADISH!!! It is quick to prepare, and if you don't like it, then there is more for me! Mom, always served it with raw turnip slices and I do to. It is good as a dip for any crudite. It is also good on baked potatoes.

    Recipe #340370

    Avoiding the packets of taco seasoning... Makes enough to season 1 lb. ground beef.

    Recipe #319398

    This recipe has a Southern US tradition, but I grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and I can remember my mother talk about how the butter would squirt from the loaves that Grandad would bring home from Fisherman's Wharf. I don't know how close this is to what Grandad brought home, but it sure is good! Being comfort food, use butter or don't bother.

    Recipe #228715

    Another recipe from the Lee Kum Kee Mailing list. A hearty chinese entree, delicious on cold winter nights. Serve with rice or noodles.

    Recipe #213847

    This is another quick meal that I received by email from Lee Kum Kee.

    Recipe #201803

    I enjoy steamed side dishes since they don't require a lot of attention while cooking. This is especially helpful in a chinese meal where a stir-fry dish is so demanding of my attention. This recipe is from the Lee Kum Kee weekly recipe list.

    Recipe #186834

    I don't remember where I found this recipe, but I have been preparing it for years and never follow a recipe. All measurements are approximate. I generally serve this with a white and wild rice mix, or couscous. It also goes well with hot buttered noodles.

    Recipe #186780

    I found this recipe on a bottle of Dynasty Sriracha Hot Chili Sauce. (Look for it in the asian aisle of your gourmet grocery store). This is truly fast food and better than any take out! Very spicy, but that is what life is about. Serve with steamed rice for balance.

    Recipe #186779

    I found this recipe on the California Avocado Commission's website. It is a spicy, refreshing salad that can serve 3 as an entree. It can serve 6 as a compliment to any mexican meal. Preparation time does not include the chill time for the salsa. This salsa is a real keeper! Use it for chips, eggs, tacos, steaks, burgers... It is worth saving this recipe for the salsa alone!

    Recipe #177198

    From the Lee Kum Kee mailing list. This is a wonderful, quick, one dish meal. Substitute/Add shrimp for variety. I tried it with a teaspoon of (Lee Kum Kee) Chili-garlic sauce and I will add more next time. YMMV

    Recipe #175823

    I am always on the prowl for interesting recipes that I can steam. When cooking a chinese meal, it is difficult to stir-fry more than one dish at a time. Steaming allows me to add additional courses that can cook in the backround.

    Recipe #172517

    This is a take on an original Joe's Special from San Francisco. A Joe's is one of the true San Francisco treats, like Hangtown Fry, Cioppino and sourdough french bread (try and find Rice-A-Roni in ANY San Francisco restaurant; GOOD LUCK!). Swiss Chard is the "extra" and a hearty change-up from spinach in this version. This makes a good low-carb meal choice.

    Recipe #163646

    I found this on another recipe site many years ago and it became a favorite back then. I recently came across the recipe again and thought I would share it here. Originally by Tracy Seaman in _An Italian Christmas Meal_; "Food and Wine", December 1994.

    Recipe #156676

    This recipe is from an appetizer book that I inherited from my mother. It was published in 1952 and I have fond memories of this dip as a child.

    Recipe #147477

    I have prepared this recipe from the Frugal Gourmet's "Cooking Three Ancient Cuisines" for many years. I have adapted the recipe a bit for my own tastes, of course. Look for the black beans in plastic bags in an asian market or health food store. These are not the canned black beans used in southwest cuisine, they are fermented soy beans leftover from making soy sauce. I serve this as one course in a chinese meal. It simplifies things when you don't have too many stir fry dishes to prepare at the same time.

    Recipe #144332

    This salad is a summertime favorite of mine. No cooking to heat up the kitchen and it is a meal all by itself. Originally from Sunset Magazine.

    Recipe #121590

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