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    You might find it hard to believe that I conjured up this recipe because I bought a kegerator w/ CO2 system. Since I have the perfect beverage distribution system, I felt bad hogging it all to myself to fill with only homebrew. So, I have a a single tap on there for kids to drink from. And therein lies the problem. The kids drink lots.. which is good on a hot summers day, except for all the sugar and caffeine that they'd ingest with traditional iced tea. So this is an iced tea recipe that I will triple and fill up a 3 gallon keg with, that will not lead to supercharged 2 year olds that run into things and bump their heads (as much), or as many bloodcurdling screams of hyper adolescents in the backyard. And I like it because I don't want the jolt of sugar.

    Recipe #518610

    Inspired by a love of Greek flavors and American vegetables. For me, its a new way to eat beets, a vegetable that gets a bum rap in my opinion. (Tzatziki dressing adapted from one posted on

    Recipe #466198

    I spent 4 summers working at a great family-owned restaurant in Chautauqua, NY called Andriaccio's. They serve fantastic sit-down Italian food, top-notch pizzas, and of course the Western NY favorite, chicken wings. Nicky Andriaccio there called me Tommy Two-Tone, I think because my beard was red and my hair was brown. This is my wing sauce, not yet perfect in my view but at least ready for publication. It is intentionally made for mild tastes. You can add as much heat as you like. Frank's Red Hot is the popular favorite but any pepper sauce will work. This is enough sauce for about 30 mild wings, also known as a double and a single. If you add hot sauce it may handle up to 50, also known as a bucket. The cooking time depends on the size of your deep fryer. My Fry Daddy only cooks 8 wings at a time.

    Recipe #447328

    This is a simple and quick way to use those still good but aesthetically non-pleasing week-old bananas. I like to use a less dense, lighter bread with this recipe, like normal sandwich bread.

    Recipe #199743

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