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    nope, no sin to eat this oatmeal... just tastes like it.

    Recipe #413910

    What's so special about this? Well, for starters, it's absolutely delicious, pretty easy to make and quite impressive. Prepare the night before, wake up, and pop it into the oven. A Christmas Morning Tradition since 2002, from our family to the Zaar Family!

    Recipe #405793

    I think this was from before he lost all that weight! This is the most flavorful and delicious steak meal that I've ever had. The compound butter doesn't HAVE to be formed but it makes for a nice presentation. There will be left over compound butter. (great slathered on nice crusty warm bread) Courtesy of Al Roker. (prep/cooking times do not account for marinating and resting of meat)

    Recipe #109063

    Great do ahead recipe that's quick and tasty. Serve it with nice crusty Italian bread or some fennell that's been cut into long slices. Throw it together and forget about it until your guests arrive!

    Recipe #108287

    This recipe makes a great, home made, flavored vodka. Tastes awesome out of the freezer, or with a splash of tonic, or club soda, or even with some Orange Juice. Needs to sit in the fridge about a week for the full flavor to permeate. Oh and use a decent vodka, (no cheap bar stuff) but you dont' have to go crazy, with Van Gogh or Belvedere or anything. (I estimated the servings, we don't keep track of that sort of stuff) Cooking time does not include 'resting' in the fridge.

    Recipe #135777

    Sing along with me now, "these are a few of my favorite things" I like the way the fontina melts a little into the spicy marinara sauce, and the flavor of the grilled asparagus with the crisped up prosciutto... wow, my mouth is watering just talking about this! (p.s. you will have lots of sauce left over. It's great on pasta or anything really. (bread dipping is my favorite)

    Recipe #122771

    I found this recipe on www.jamaicans.com. We tried this and WOW was it awesome. I did not have allspice berries so I substituted ground allspice using one full tablespoon.

    Recipe #124184

    The recipe was given to us by a co-worker of our son. I could just sit and eat the sauce it's so good! It makes a very thick sauce, but you can thin it to your liking. it's not as hot as you think it is (considering the base is jalapeno)

    Recipe #349392

    Ok, so here it goes! I’m going to attempt to post this recipe, even though it calls for so many premixed ingredients, that I don’t know if it’ll actually POST here at zaar. This is by far, the best BBQ Pulled Pork you can make without any thing more fancy than a crock pot. If you allow to cook in the crock pot undisturbed for the entire time, you will get something close to the ‘bark’ that is created when you use a smoker/barbecue.

    Recipe #335234

    I stole the idea from Biggest Loser cook book, changed it a tad. this could be breakfast or a mid afternoon snack... it's really good.

    Recipe #413911

    Rich flavors and varied textures make this dish absolutely incredible. I found this last week from an old Bon Appetit magazine that I kept and made it again... (yes, it's a stolen recipe, not one I've created but I HAD to share this for everyone to try) Lucious is the best way I could describe this. It's from February 2004 Valentine's issue and would be a great romantic meal for your and two other couples or half everything and make it for just the two of you, and have leftovers! (I made this with cremini's and shitake. I did NOT have "amontillado Sherry" but used a good quality dry sherry)

    Recipe #109132

    Pretty brazen of me, isn’t it? Naming this the BEST brine ever? Better than The Good Eats Turkey Brine, even? Well when you start with a Thomas Keller recipe and Tweak it a bit…. What? Who would DARE to “tweak” a Thomas Keller recipe? Oh, yeah, I’m a little crazy like that! I used this on a turkey, and it turned out to be the “BEST TURKEY EVER!!” according to my husband. I can only imagine the magic it would work on a chicken! The original recipe can be found in Thomas Keller’s cookbook Ad Hoc at Home, this is my (very slightly changed) recipe Cooking time = brining time

    Recipe #491000

    Here's a pretty after dinner drink that really can double as a dessert!

    Recipe #133605

    This is a heavenly cake. I got the recipe from Bon Appetit (don't remember the month and year) I love the classic combination of lemon and blueberries. The cake itself is very delicate and moist. The frosting is so good that I have used it in a pinch on (heaven forbid) box cake mixes that I've doctored up with extra lemon zest. Presentation is also very nice when you take the time to add the feathery strands of lemon zest and a few blueberries to the top. (I've estimated the active work time. This isn't a hard cake to make, but you do have to have patience)

    Recipe #106213

    A very healthy and delicious make ahead breakfast that everyone in your family will LOVE. It’s not too sweet, but you could adjust to your own taste if you want This reheats in the microwave for 15 seconds and it’s just like warm out of the oven. This would even be a nice summer dessert with a dollop of whipped cream or a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

    Recipe #429017

    Pilfered this recipe from recipe gold mine. Can't wait to try it (well, the politically correct version at least. I doubt I could get my hands on some turtle meat anyway!)Here's their description "This is a traditional dish served at the famous Bookbinder's Restaurant in Philadelphia. It should be made with turtle meat, but you can substitute lean stewing beef. It will taste the same." P.S. I've had this at this restaurant many times in the restaurant's previous life (closed and re-opened again recently) and this is one of my two fav's from this restaurant. The recipe didn't say how many it served, so I guessed!

    Recipe #130865

    Bourbon has such a great earthy smoky flavor and it lends itself so well to sweet as well as savory dishes. This is very simple recipe that provides BIG Flavor. I hope you will try this and enjoy it as much as I do. I used to make this with a whole loin, but it has to marinate forever and I'm just not a patient person. So I scaled back the amounts and the cooking time. If you choose to make this for a whole loin, double the marinade, refrigerate overnight and roast it in the oven basting with the reduced marinade.

    Recipe #109284

    From Feb. 2002 Bon Appetit. I've made this recipe several times and it is so decadent! Definately worth the time it takes. Each time I make it, though it seems to go much quicker. Don't skimp on the ingredients. I once had to toss the whole thing because I used low fat and generic brand ingredients. They have a higher water content that this recipe cannot handle. Make this one day ahead for best flavor.

    Recipe #111596

    Ahhh a day at the beach would be aptly topped off with one of these. Dont' forget the little umbrella!

    Recipe #133349

    This is a really tasty, easy dish that my mom always made for us as dinner during lent (meatless meals). I don't know if it was created out of necessity because it was 'cheap' to make or if it was passed down in the family, but I still love it and love making and eating it. (it's also a good way to 'sneak' cauliflower into your kids diet)

    Recipe #413438

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