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    I first had this made for me by a fellow named Eddie while on vacation in Florida. I've never had anything like it! The shoepeg corn is not too sweet and doesn't get mushy at all, and the serrano chiles give it a little heat. Great warm or room temperature, so great for picnics and potlucks. Gets recipe requests every time!

    Recipe #244291

    An unusual presentation that is very quick, and only dirties THREE kitchen items. I can't make this recipe without snacking on the cornbread mixture - it is delicious! Pork loin can dry out when cooking, but the crust on this recipe results in a deliciously moist final product. I adapted this recipe from one in Gourmet magazine, adding a little Asiago cheese to the crust so that it holds together better, and optimizing the instructions for super-fast cleanup.

    Recipe #239997

    A good-enough-for-guests chicken dish that I modified from an original in Gourmet magazine. Good served with couscous and a green salad. For a nice presentation, cut the cooked chicken on the bias to create 'medallions.'

    Recipe #239986


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