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    The apples are insanely delicious this time of year, so I decided to pull out my favorite apple cake recipe, originally published in Bon Appetit years ago.

    Recipe #440981

    Hyde Park Bar & Grill is famous for lots of things in Austin, Texas. But if you've been there and had the french fries, you'll help them claim fame to these wonderful bites. They serve them with a mayo/thousand island type of dipping sauce, which sounds icky, but makes them finger-licky.

    Recipe #467075

    Look for the giant fork outside of this popular Austin, Texas restaurant. The food is reliably great. I could choose a meal of the french fries and the mac and cheese, personally.

    Recipe #467077

    1 Reviews |  By whitan

    A memorable salad dish that is vibrantly fresh and beautiful - not to mention simple. It's nothing more than pico de gallo (tomato salsa) on an avocado. I had this at Little City in Austin, Texas and fell in love. Now I make it as a meal for myself or a starter for dinner parties.

    Recipe #358977

    1 Reviews |  By whitan

    In Austin, Texas, Catfish Parlour is the place for all-you-can-eat fried catfish. But before you get to the fish, you recieve a bowl of freshly fried hush puppies on your table with two dipping sauces: tartar sauce, and jalapeno tartar sauce. I can usually eat a bowl all by myself, and love both the regular and jalapeno tartar sauce. Recipe posted by request in the Austin American-Statesman a million years ago. The recipe is cut down from the restaurant proportion. The recipe makes a large number determined by how big the little puppies are rolled out. Instead of being round, Catfish Parlour's hush puppies are rolled out like cigarettes in little tubes.

    Recipe #467079

    1 Reviews |  By whitan

    How can something so simple to prepare be so tasty? Love this sauce on al dente fettucine noodles and French bread.

    Recipe #467082

    Furr's Cafeterias have been around in the Texas area for a long time. This recipe was posted in the Austin American-Statesman once upon a time.

    Recipe #467058

    1 Reviews |  By whitan

    Green Pastures is a long-time favorite restaurant in Austin, Texas. Most of us only get to go there for a very special event; but you can make their rolls at home for an ordinary dinner in. I've had this recipe for years and years since I clipped it out of the Austin American-Statesman newspaper.

    Recipe #467068

    A co-worker brought this dish to share at lunch one day. The vibrancy of the lemongrass pesto, succulence of the tender curled shrimp, and the al dente fresh pasta made this a lunch to remember. This dish is just beautiful to share with someone you love, thus I've called it Honey-I-Love-You...Pasta. Serve with a crusty French bread and garlic butter or olive oil. I've found lemongrass pesto recipes online, but haven't made any. I usually buy from a local specialty store or online. Warms up well in the microwave. Haven't tried freezing.

    Recipe #287579

    Name says it all. Good everytime! Reminds me alot of a banana split. Think ahead on this one, since there is extended time in the freezer and refrigerator before everyone can dig in.

    Recipe #467067

    1 Reviews |  By whitan

    Mike and Charlie's was a popular Austin, Texas restaurant in the late 1970s. This dessert recipe was posted in the Austin American-Statesman newspaper and I clipped it. The restaurant closed before I ever got to eat this dessert; but luckily I can make it myself. In the newspaper post, it was noted that this recipe could be called a Dieter's Delimma.

    Recipe #467069

    As my grandmother became ill and it was clear she wasn't going to live much longer, I used to lay in the bed talking to her and jotted down the recipes she would tell me from memory. This was always one of my favorites, and I still recall the day she told me how to make the pie. I simply couldn't believe that she could recall so many recipes. To this day, I only wish I had began asking when I was a child so I could have the collection of recipes to go with all of the food memories she gave me.

    Recipe #467066

    While I love pasta, meat sauce and cheese, I am not crazy about ricotta or cottage cheese fillings in lasagnes. This recipe given to me by a friend solved the ricotta problem by replacing the ricotta layer with a white sauce, and gave me a lasagne I have been proud to make over and over again. Years later, an Italian friend told me that the white sauce in this recipe is actually bechamel, and it is very classic!

    Recipe #467356

    1 Reviews |  By whitan

    Cafe grants desperate wish is the newspaper headline just above this recipe posting in the Austin American-Statesman. The requestor of the recipe was begging for this recipe, saying the cake was undoubtedly the most sinfully delicious cake she had ever tasted. The Old Pecan Street Cafe is still open on 6th Street in Austin, Texas.

    Recipe #467073

    3 Reviews |  By whitan

    A light, fresh-tasting salad dressing that goes great with a green salad and Italian food. Simple and easy to prepare.

    Recipe #379394

    Mexican Goop is what my honey's family calls this chili. Don't be looking for traditional Texas chili in this recipe! It's been taken on camping cookouts, hunting trips, and local chili cook-offs. It's really versatile since it's good with Fritoes or Doritoes as chili pie, good over hot dogs and can be spiced up with the addition of Tabasco as desired. Try it over rice or pasta too! Freezes really well for quick meals.

    Recipe #492537

    2 Reviews |  By whitan

    Tangy potato salad, great for barbeques and hot summer days. Sometimes I add one or more of the following for variety: crumbled bacon or bleu cheese, Slim Jim beef sticks, 1/4" slices.

    Recipe #305507

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