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    Ladies & Gents, this is a brine we use for smoking Salmon but can also be used for other types of fish/seafood.

    Recipe #131926

    A nice change from the typical table salads. A cool, crunchy, zesty flavor. Enjoy and feel free to make adjustments according to taste and quantity.

    Recipe #166016

    This drink is an excellent after dinner drink and rates at 18% alcohol. The consistency should be almost like a milk shake.

    Recipe #156521

    Ladies & Gents, this is an awesome family recipe! This will feed 20-25 people so please keep in mind you will have to cut back on the ingredients if preparing this for less people.

    Recipe #131932

    A smooth and delightfully lite drink

    Recipe #149518

    These are SO good and chewy! You'll certainly need a nice cold glass of milk to go with these super delicious brownies!

    Recipe #171807

    Authentic Italian style pizza from the grill! Though this may be somewhat time consuming, it is worth the wait. The dough is a snap to make; the pizzas are small and easy to manage; and since the sausages and colorful summer vegetables are also grilled, there's almost nothing to clean up. After you try this recipe once, you'll erase the local pizza joint's number from your speed dial. It doesn't get much better!

    Recipe #178629

    A great little crowd pleaser for St. Patricks Day! Enjoy and have fun!!

    Recipe #166018

    A nice little change from the "same o same"...These are my measurements so you may have to adjust according to your taste.

    Recipe #167545

    After spending 6 years in Germany, I decided to finally make this meal from scratch. This really turned out to be a very tasty meal. I use the left over oil for a side order of fries while I fix the gravy. The gravy also makes an excellent dip for the shoe string fries.

    Recipe #173299

    Ladies & Gents...The Kielbasa and veggies will absolutely melt in your mouth. I slow cook everything on the grill and wrapped in foil.

    Recipe #137572

    This is so good, so refreshing when using fresh veggies. I put in the minimum amounts for the ingredients. Feel free to adapt to your own taste. This is mild.

    Recipe #157313

    Ladies and gents, this is simply to die for! This is the best dip I have made to date and is a consistent favorite at our backyard gatherings! The poblano peppers really add a smoky flavor that compliments the other peppers and cheese. Yes, it is spicy and will put some pep in your step. It doesn't get any better than this!

    Recipe #131500

    In the 1950's in Puerto Rico, a man named Don Ramon Lopez-Irazzy came up with a delicious homogenized cream made from coconut. The product became known as Coco Lopez cream of coconut, and it was used for tropical dishes and desserts. But the best was yet to come. In 1957 Ramon Marrero, a bartender at Puerto Rico's Caribe Hilton, combined coconut cream with rum, pineapple juice and ice in a blender to create this famous drink. Victor Bergeron (Trader Vic) borrowed Marrero's recipe in his later cocktail books and called it the Bahia. The trick to making a great Pina Colada is to use both light and dark rum, a dash of bitters and a little double cream, which creates a drink with a much more complex flavour.

    Recipe #173185

    This is one of my most requested recipes and I finally got around to posting it on the zaar. This recipe can be used on charcoal or gas grill, or a smoker. The taste is incredible and I am sure you will be very pleased with the results.

    Recipe #169943

    This recipe has a nice tangy taste! Totally "Rib Kickin!"

    Recipe #108876

    This recipe is very similar to the Outback Steakhouse recipe for Spicy Ranch Dressing.

    Recipe #171944

    This recipe has a unique flavor; the blending of pepper, vinegar, and sweet Vidalia onion compliment each other. Fantastic recipe for burgers, steaks, or as a side order.

    Recipe #108526

    A wonderful smooth after dinner dessert drink...or sitting out back on the deck or poolside!

    Recipe #167862

    A very smooth "after dinner" drink. These are my measurements; feel free to adjust the measurements according to your own taste. ENJOY!

    Recipe #167546

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