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    Ready, Set, Cook! Reynolds Wrap Contest Entry. After having experienced all that the Shepherd's Pie had to offer, I decided to create a recipe that takes the chef thousands of miles away from Ireland and away from land and to the sea (perhaps the Andaman Sea or East China Sea.) I appreciate the recipe because it makes new combinations, but incorporates familiar and delicious flavors. In this recipe, the layer of potatoes serves as the base. The fish topped with the sauce will be more visible.

    Recipe #487787

    I've always liked dragon roll options at Japanese restaurants (in the US.) Here is a recipe that combines my favorite ingredients that are often used in maki rolls. The dragon is a huge hit at dinner parties. I always use a rice cooker, but feel free to look up a separate guide to preparing sushi rice without a rice cooker. Some of the ingredient amounts are estimates, so do not hesitate to experiment with the flavors.

    Recipe #472245

    I've tried a lot of terrible "grilled cheeses" at diners before having a few good samples at brunch parties and a couple of restaurants. This is a combination of what I've previously enjoyed as well as a few sprinkles of what I really appreciate.

    Recipe #471802

    I created this recipe in an attempt to add some flavor to Tilapia. I enjoy eating Tilapia, but other ingredients are usually needed to make it worth eating. This recipe is fairly quick and painless. I change some of the ingredient amounts depending on my particular cravings for that specific day.

    Recipe #414425


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