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    This is an adaption of an Emeril Lagasse recipe and a perfect side or main dish salad on a warm day. Use fresh corn when it is available, otherwise substitute frozen corn. Easy, unusual and delicious - what's not to love? Cooking time includes 2 hours to chill salad.

    Recipe #467355

    This is an excellent way to cook any firm white fish and a great spicy marinade and dipping sauce. The recipe is from Bon Appetit. We have also used the sauce with chicken, pork and shrimp. Be careful of the Sriracha sauce, if you are not familiar with it, as it is very hot. You might want to decrease the amount depending on your family's heat preference. (Preparation time includes marinating time)

    Recipe #467329

    Healthy substitutions make a good recipe good for you, using low fat milk, tomato sauce and splenda to reduce the calories while keeping the flavor.

    Recipe #439407

    This is a wonderful summer salad with a slightly sweet, slightly tangy dressing that really lets the flavor of the fresh vegetables shine through! The best part is everything can be made ahead and it can easily be a main course or an all-in-one side dish for grilled meat, fish or poultry. It only takes a few minutes to assemble at serving time. Just add some warm bread and maybe fruit for desert and your out of the kitchen and enjoying the BBQ just like your guests! This originally came from a 2004 issue of Bon Appetit Magazine and can been modified based on what veggies are available.

    Recipe #429195

    This is a great spicy marinade for Chicken, Pork, Beef or Shrimp. For Chicken or Pork, marinate for 1-2 hours, Beef for 2-4 hours and Shrimp 1/2 hour. May also be used as a baste for grilling or oven roasting. This was originally a patchwork from many other marinade recipes and has been 'messed' with to suite our tastes over the years. Note: If you want to add lime or lemon juice, do so ONLY during the last hour of marinating, to avoid a mushy meat texture.

    Recipe #426681

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