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    The best banana bread I've ever tried; from D.C.'s Bayou Bakery owner and pastry chef David Guas' own grandma's recipe. The buttermilk MAKES it. Absolutely amazing.

    Recipe #397313

    This recipe is from "Forking Fantastic"; a hilarious cookbook by Zora O'Neill and Tamara Reynolds. Also known as Ham with Bourbon and Brown Sugar Glaze, it's quite addictive, hence the name!!!! Great, EASY way to class up a store-bought ham for the holidays. I have added 1/4 to 1/2 tsp. of cayenne pepper to the glaze with yummy results - gives it a sweet-spicy crust - mmmmmmmm :)

    Recipe #396402

    Halloween is just around the corner; thought it might be nice to post this.... Recipe adapted from "Field Guide to Candy".

    Recipe #394763

    A wonderful, savory bread pudding. I have subbed the mushrooms for roasted butternut squash and the chevre with whole milk ricotta with tasty results.

    Recipe #394615

    Can't go wrong with this one.....Thinly sliced sweet potatoes are layered in the baking dish (you can use one dish big enough for two rather than individual ones) with bechamel, crisped bacon, and raw onions and garlic, which infuse the gratin with their fragrance. A sprinkling of parmesan on top helps with browning, but if you want a little more color, pop the gratin under the broiler for a few minutes at the end. 20-25 minutes baking time is perfect for a two-person baking dish.

    Recipe #394568

    You can substitute the pancetta with bacon. This is a simple, yet impressive appetizer, or if you're brave, dessert!

    Recipe #394468

    All the yumminess of chili rellenos without all the frying - and the added protein from chicken makes this a wonderful family pleasing dinner. I sometimes buy a rotisserie chicken from the supermarket just to make this :)

    Recipe #390902

    My sister-in-law brought these to my Super Bowl Party and they were the first thing to go.... absolutely simple, yet INCREDIBLY tasty and EASY. I dare anyone not to like this. Plus, you can freeze them. Pretty cool.

    Recipe #357775

    This recipe is adapted from "The Silver Palate" by Julee Rosso and Sheila Lukins. I have been making it for years and literally am not allowed to come to family holiday dinners without this bread pudding in tow.... or maybe just the sauce ;o) It is super easy to make and you will get rave reviews! Remember to purchase the french bread several days in advance so that it gets very dry and stale - this is very important to the texture of the bread pudding.

    Recipe #339571

    An aromatic herb used throughout Southeast Asia, lemongrass resembles a green onion in shape and has long, thin, gray-green leaves. Kaffir lime leaves, from the Kaffir lime tree, have a distinctive shape: They are attached in pairs, end to end. Both of these ingredients can be found in well-stocked supermarkets or Asian markets. From the kitchens of William & Sonoma.

    Recipe #258248

    This Asian-inspired curry, more sweet than hot, pairs nicely with a medium-bodied Australian Riesling that will balance its sweet, citrus and hot tones. An off-dry white or rose picks up on the nuance of the sweet coconut. Dependable: dry, unoaked Australian Riesling. Daring: off-dry Muscat such as Italian Muscato D'Asti. Adapted from Williams-Sonoma Lifestyles Series, Food & Wine Pairing, by Joyce Goldstein (Time-Life Books, 1999).

    Recipe #258245

    Brimming with andouille sausage, Swiss chard and white beans, this hearty soup is the perfect cool-weather dish.

    Recipe #258240

    Another recipe from Fineliving.com; I am on an ice cream kick lately and couldn't chance losing it....

    Recipe #258237

    A staple in Liguria, Italy, frittatas are often made with fresh vegetables, aromatic herbs and goat cheese (goats commonly graze on the steep coastal hillsides).

    Recipe #258152

    A Michael Chiarello recipe; I haven't yet tried this, but we are going into soup season.... Easily made vegetarian by subbing the chicken broth with vegetable broth.

    Recipe #258149

    This recipe is from Fineliving.com; it sounded too good not to post here!

    Recipe #258145

    Alton Brown's recipe; he is a culinary guru as far as I'm concerned! Nothing that I have made from one of his recipes has earned less than rave reviews....

    Recipe #217295

    Food TV's Bobby Flay gets this super-easy and company-worthy tenderloin cooked for him every year on his birthday by his wife, Kathy. You won't believe how easy it is! Note that this recipe is written for a gas oven; also note that prep time is 3 hours (at least) for marinating. You'll need the heavy-duty aluminum foil for this one.... no substitutions or it won't work!!

    Recipe #206020

    A fabulous key lime pie recipe from Ina Garten, the Barefoot Contessa. It has many rave reviews over at the Food Network. Cook time is freeze time (overnight is best).

    Recipe #205971

    This sauce was created by Ina Garten (the Barefoot Contessa to those who don't know) to go with her Recipe #205777 that I posted here. No butter in this cake, but still moist and delicious! The blueberry sauce is pretty darn good, too.

    Recipe #205904

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