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    At 146 delicious calories a serving this recipe is not only fast but healthy! The rub really complements the beef without masking it's flavors. Good for cheaper cuts of beef and to cut the calories. From Better Homes and Garden's Editor's pick for top ten Healthy Heart Recipes.

    Recipe #144661

    This calorie-trimmed favorite saves 200 calories per serving. For the creamiest results, be sure to use red potatoes. White potatoes have a drier texture and tend to sock up the sauce during baking. For the cheesiest flavor use reduced-fat Sharp Cheddar Cheese. 114 Calories a Serving! Adapted from the New Dieter’s Cookbook from Better Homes and Gardens.

    Recipe #144653

    Traditionally escabeche is made by pickling fried fish. Susser's quick version features sautéed shrimp in a cilantro marinade with tangy grilled pineapple. Liberal use of local citrus and tropical fruits and juices makes it easy for Allen Susser to add bright flavor to both savory and sweet dishes without using lots of fat. His philosophy at Chef Allen's in Miami is simple: don't try to cut out oil and rich foods altogether; just use small amounts and make sure they're top quality. This low calorie (161 a serving) - low fat (4.6 gm) recipe was created by Allen Susser, the famed Caribbean-Latin-Euro fusionist of Miami's Chef Allen's. WINE: WINE Because ginger, lemons and spices can overwhelm dry, subtle wines, look for a simpler aromatic white, such as a West Coast Riesling. The 1994 Hogue Cellars Dry Johannisberg Riesling or the 1993 Trefethen White Riesling are acidic enough to stand up to the tartness and fruity enough to magnify the flavors of the shrimp and the snapper. 30 minutes to marinate.

    Recipe #144497

    After reading a brief article about the all-American chocolatier, Andrew Shotts, I wanted to try one of his decadent recipes that helped him earn his spot among the “Top 10 Artisanal Chocolatier” by USA Today. I can honestly say, hands down, this is the best chocolate cake I have ever made and probably will ever make. WARNING: If you are not a fan of incredibly moist and tender, rich but light, and fudgy but creamy chocolate cakes then this dessert is certainly NOT for you. If you are… then buckle your seat belt this is pure chocolate ecstasy. Use the highest quality chocolate and cocoa you can find. MAKE AHEAD: The cake will stay fresh in the refrigerator for up to 3 days (covered). Bring to room temperature before slicing.

    Recipe #144494

    Chef Michael Mina's vegetables, served in a cream sauce, may seem completely familiar but pay attention: The carrots are spiked with fresh grated ginger, the onions are made slightly pungent with the addition of horseradish, and the mushrooms are slyly seasoned with garlic and thyme. MAKE AHEAD: The creamed vegetables can be refrigerated overnight and reheated. Recipe is from Michael Mina's Luxurious Christmas Weekend. Chef Michael Mina is of Aqua (CA) and the spectacular Michael Mina restaurant at the St. Francis (CA) and Las Vegas's Michael Mina Bellagio.

    Recipe #144493

    This recipe was created by Lee Hefter of Spago Beverly Hills. He explains in his Spago Family Thanksgiving article that adding maple syrup to the gravy makes it go better with all the traditional Thanksgiving side dishes. Cooking Tips: Roast the bird for 20 minutes per pound for a stuffed turkey and 16 minutes per pound for an unstuffed one. The bird is done when an instant-read thermometer inserted in the thickest part of a thigh registers between 160° and 180° and the juices run clear. Remove the turkey from the oven when its temperature is 10 degrees lower than desired as the temperature will rise as the bird rests. You’ll need plenty of turkey stock or canned low-sodium chicken broth and roasting pan juices to make enough gravy. To get lots of pan juices, roast your turkey at 350° and baste with some stock; if the bird does not seem to brown adequately, you can always raise the oven temperature during the last half hour for faster browning. If your gravy is too thin, simply make a smooth paste with equal parts flour and unsalted butter, a mixture known in French as beurre manié (BURR mon-YAY). Bring the gravy to a boil and whisk in bits of the paste until you get the thickness you desire. If your gravy seems too thick, gradually whisk in more stock.

    Recipe #144491

    This decadent pudding will blow your guests away! This is perfect for Thanksgiving Dessert. The recipe is a favorite from Grace Parisi of Food & Wine and it appeared in the Thanksgiving Cook It Now article. MAKE AHEAD The pumpkin pudding can be prepared through Step 3 and refrigerated for up to 3 days. Wine: The nutty caramel and spice notes in a tawny port such as Taylor Fladgate 20-year-old will blend with the warm spices in this pudding. Or try a New World sweet Sémillon such as the 2002 Yalumba botrytis from Australia. Cook time is 4 hours for refrigeration.

    Recipe #144020

    Aromatic allspice berries and fiery Scotch bonnet chiles give these pickles their Caribbean edge. Be careful when cutting chiles: to avoid irritation, wear thin rubber gloves and don't touch your face. Recipe by Marcia Kiesel, Sour Power.

    Recipe #143994

    At Little Giant, Julie Taras and Tasha Garcia usually top stewy braised dishes with these earthy vegetable chips for a bit of crunch. They also serve them at the bar as a salty snack. MAKE AHEAD: The parsnip ribbons can be fried up to 2 hours in advance; let cool completely and store in an airtight container.

    Recipe #143993

    These are cute little turkeys made out of oreo cookies and candy pieces. They are even easy enough for young children to help make. Gobble! Gobble!

    Recipe #143991

    These are really cute turkeys made out of apples that kids can make for school or just eat as a snack. They also make adorable Thanksgiving Table decorations. They can be made with either Fruit Loops or raisins. Rule: broken Fruit Loops must be eaten. Variations: head can be a cut out that is glued on or a large marshmallow with raisin eyes and a candy corn stuck into it for a beak.

    Recipe #143983

    This chicken has a crispy outer coating and moist, melt in your mouth meat that is not greasy. This is the best fried chicken I have ever eaten. The sugar-and-salt-spiked whole-milk brine makes the chicken sweet and juicy; a mixture of buttermilk, flour, baking powder and baking soda yields an extra crisp crust. MAKE AHEAD: The chicken can be fried up to 4 hours ahead and reheated. WINE: A lively, fruity, low-tannin Beaujolais, such as the 2001 Georges Duboeuf Juliénas, has the fruit and acidity to contrast with the pleasantly sweet chicken. Recipe adapted from Dave Arnold's After Hours: Sundays at Seven.

    Recipe #143976

    This is such and easy way to dress up a baked potato, visually and deliciously! The recipe is by Marcia Kiesel from Quick Flavor Fixes. Recipe Variations: You can use the butter on roasted baby potatoes, pasta or even grilled seafood. Note: I made this recipe with frozen corn in the past. I think it is better with fresh....but in a pinch frozen (completely thawed) would do.

    Recipe #143974

    I never seem to have enough drippings (no matter how ample) to make as much gravy as I need--at least 1/3 cup of gravy per person, as far as I'm concerned. You can prepare stock weeks before Thanksgiving so you have it on hand not only for making gravy, but also for thinning soups, braising vegetables and moistening stuffings. MAKE AHEAD: The stock can be refrigerated for 3 days or frozen for 1 month. This recipe is from the test kitchen for "Perfect Gravy."

    Recipe #143924

    This cake sounds out of this world delicious! I found it on recipelink and posted it for a forum request. This cake looks and sounds incredible!

    Recipe #143803

    This luscious cake is one of the most requested from the Los Angeles Times. Posted for forum request. Recipe from: Thirty Years of Recipe Requests to the Los Angeles Times by Rose Dosti (Los Angeles Times)

    Recipe #143672

    This is one of my favorite recipes from Better Homes and Garden’s New Dieter’s Cookbook. The best part of this dish is that it is only 184 delicious calories a serving. You can also pair the zesty peanut sauce with broiled or grilled pork chops. Top each serving with a few crushed roasted peanuts, if desired and serve on a bed of rice with some steamed broccoli spears.

    Recipe #143495

    Include these chicken bites at your next buffet party or feature them as a main dish (enough for five main-dish servings). This recipe from Better Homes & Gardens' New Dieters's Cookbook couldn't be any easier or quicker...and, at 53 calories there is no guilt!

    Recipe #143475

    Crocodile tastes similar to chicken but with a mild fish flavor. The tail is definitely the best part. This is how Chef Anthony Hendre prepares it in Port Douglas in Far North Queensland, Australia. This recipe will work with gator as well.

    Recipe #142917

    Your kids will fly right home for these delicious after-school nutritious snacks that look like beautiful butterflies. Add a few raisins on each "apple wing" and they transform into butterflies with spotted wings. Spice up the flavor by adding 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon to the peanut butter. From Pillsbury.com

    Recipe #142820

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