Memphis cooks. They are the best in the world. I ran into this delicious dish at a church potluck dinner. I had to tackle the person who brought this dish out in the church parking lot. After twisting his/her arm, finally I got the recipe (a bit overstated here)! It is simple, consists of commonly available ingredients. And will be a keeper, I promise!
Why is it so difficult to find a good crab cake? Most are so filled with filler that the crab meat taste is almost non existent. Here is a recipe for these delectable, cholestoral potent delicacies that will please the seafood fancier.
Italians love asparagus like Americans do baked potatoes. They have a quatrillion ways to serve it, and even prepare versions to be served with fried eggs for breakfast. I ran into this recipe years ago when visiting northern Italy. I fell in love with it and have relished it for years. Try it and enjoy.
This is an simple, incredible dip for pork chops or narrow strips of deep fried beef steak. It will turn a "ho-hum" serving of chops into a gourmet experience that will demand many replays. Believe me, it is awesome and soooo simple.
This is my wife's favorite recipe for Tilapia. It is simple to prepare and the fish remains moist and riddled with flavor. A five star favorite when I entertain guests for dinner. I found the recipe somewhere on the internet, but not sure where.
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