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    An economical, hearty and delicious chili with lots of flavor and a well balanced heat level. Ground turkey makes this chili healthier but you would never know by tasting it. Even people who do not like ground turkey have enjoyed this dish. A common complaint of crockery cooking is that the flavor is diminished with the long cooking time which makes chili a fantastic choice for the crock pot. The slow cooking gives these ample herbs and spices time to blend together and allows the heat level to mellow. Canned chipotle chilies (smoked jalapenos in adobo- a spicy flavorful sauce) add a wonderful spark of smokiness that is difficult to duplicate and sets this chili apart from others. Controlling the heat level is easy by choosing mild, medium or hot Rotel. Beer is an important flavor ingredient here and regular beer gives a much better flavor than light beer. I use Shiner Bock which is a darker lager. You control whether you want to leave your chili thick and chunky as it is here or make it thinner by adding more broth. You can also add a little more beer with the broth if you like. That is IF you did not drink it already! For a great morning time saver I prepare this the night before and store it in the refrigerator. In the morning I just take it out, plug it in and turn it on. I hope the aroma and flavor of this chili fills your home with warmth! Made for the Let's go Craze-E contest! Good luck to all contest participants!

    Recipe #330927

    Pork roast slow cooked with apples and parsnips makes a wonderful complete and savory meal that not only tastes delicious but will have your whole house smelling fantastic! Don't be tempted to remove the lid or peek at the roast as doing so will allow heat to escape and prevent proper cooking.

    Recipe #330892

    This is a really tasty, economical and different way to enjoy fish! Lots of flavor from the marinade and easy clean up! Winners in my book. I am sure this would work very well on any firm, mild fish. When I made this I was a little crunched in the time department so I only got to marinade it for 1 hour and it was delicious. Plan ahead! This is best marinated for at least an hour but no more than 2 hours. In a pinch, just let it marinate while the grill is heating.

    Recipe #329515

    This is how I make them at home! These are dsil's favorite- with no onion and tomato and extra sour cream! lol The great thing about quesadill's is you can tailor them to your exact tastes and it is a great way to sneak some veggies into those veggie haters. Try adding some tomato, avocado, spinach, mushrooms, etc.. inside the tortilla. Great way to introduce herbs too! Try cilantro, cumin, etc here! hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #325675

    Recipe #325063

    This is just beautiful and oh so yummy! Clear martini made with White Creme de Menthe, Top Shelf Vodka and White Creme de Cacao. Garnish with a cherry at the bottom of the glass! Reminded me of a Christmas ornament

    Recipe #323552

    The name completely cracked me up! Reminded me of our very potent and willing bull that we have out in the pasture!

    Recipe #322972

    The last thing you want the day after Thanksgiving is another turkey dinner! Reinvent those leftovers into a yummy panini sandwich and have all the flavors you love in a new inventive way! This is also great any day you are craving Thanksgiving! Amounts are approximate. Use the amount you want for each sandwich!

    Recipe #322655

    A completely delightful dish for two or a really smart appetizer! Ginger and cilantro liven this French classic fusing it with a Southwest Asian flare. Discovered in Gourmet Magazine, 9/08. Thank you to Vicki in Kansas Brown for the garlic suggestion.

    Recipe #321409

    This simple yet very yummy dish gets a down home touch and boost of flavor adding celery! One of my favorite aromatics! Discovered in September 2008's Gourmet Magazine which states "Celery- often dismissed as one of the produce world's poorest relations- contributes an intriguing earthiness to moist chicken infused with the flavors of wine and garlic." If you must substitute the garlic please remember that halved garlic will not release the same amount of garlic flavor that minced does. If using minced fresh garlic I think I would try 1 tablespoon, taste and add more if desired. I calculated servings using one piece of chicken per person. Use any mixture of legs and thighs you prefer. I used 2 legs and 4 thighs. That must have been a weird looking chicken! lol I have had fun playing with this recipe and I have tweaked it a bit to make it even better, I think. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #321404

    With only three ingredients salt, potatoes and extra virgin olive oil, and you are rewarded with a divinely creamy and buttery dish of mashed potatoes. Yukon Gold potatoes have a naturally unique buttery flavor with no butter added! Ordinary salt is one of the ingredients here. Use any salt you like, but (imo) great salt will give even more great flavor! I can't wait to try this with different varieties of salt to discover the differences. I think this recipe leaves lots of room for experimenting with flavored or infused extra virgin olive oil and various salts. Experimenting is half the fun! Let me know what you use please. I am so interested! I do not know much about Kosher or Jewish food and cooking but I think these might even work well there as well. Discovered in Gourmet Magazine, Paris! 9/2008.

    Recipe #321401

    Easy marinade and grill recipe for shark steak. I have not tried this yet but it looks wonderful!

    Recipe #320984

    Sometimes simple is the best! This is how dh loves his steak!

    Recipe #320856

    MMMM! A minty martini! How yummy! This looks so pretty in a glass when you use white creme de menthe or clear peppermint schnapps and the clear vodka! Oh and this will even make your breath really nice for kissing! Perfect for New Years Eve! After trying this I found that I would like the mint a little more pronounced. Let the martini rest so the mint can release all it's wonderful goodness! Do try to wait the one minute requested if you can! Now I think this is perfect! IMHO anyway! Makes two generous martini's!

    Recipe #320846

    The name says it all! For a really fun twist try with recipe#315848!

    Recipe #320833

    I found Flor de Jamaica or Hibiscus Flower (dried) at Walmart! This drink is awesome. These are served at Sunday brunch at a favorite restaurant of mine. I was thrilled when I found the recipe at! They can be served virgin or with a spike of high quality vodka. Look for Jamaica flowers (also known as hibiscus or flor de jamaica) in most Latin grocery stores; they’re often found in the bulk bins or in the dried herbs section. You can also find them online at If you’re making this for a crowd you’ll want to make a double or triple recipe and make it in a big stockpot. Sometimes there’s a little gritty sediment that settles at the bottom of the brewing pot. To prevent any grit from getting into your agua fresca, don’t pour the very last bit of the brew through the sieve while straining. Do not confuse this with the hibiscus flowers you might grow in your flower beds. Read on for more info. Also known as: roselle, rosella or rosella fruit in Australia, meśta/meshta on the Indian subcontinent, chin baung in Myanmar, krajeab in Thailand, bissap in Senegal, Mali, and Niger, the Congo and France, dah or dah bleni in other parts of Mali, wonjo in the Gambia, zobo in Nigeria (the Yorubas in Nigeria call the white variety Isapa (pronounced Ishapa)), karkade (كركديه; IPA: ['karkade]) in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and Sudan, omutete in Namibia, sorrel in the Caribbean and Jamaica in Latin America, Saril in Panama, rosela in Indonesia, asam paya or asam susur in Malaysia. In Chinese it is (Luo Shen Hua) . The plant is considered to have anti-hypertensive properties and has been used in folk medicine as a diuretic, mild laxative, and treatment for cardiac and nerve diseases and cancer. It can also be found in markets (as flowers or syrup) in some places such as France, where there are Senegalese immigrant communities. In East Africa, the calyx infusion, called "Sudan tea", is taken to relieve coughs. In Africa, especially the Sahel, roselle is commonly used to make a sugary herbal tea that is commonly sold on the street. The dried flowers can be found in every market. In the Caribbean the drink is made from the fresh fruit, and it is considered an integral part of Christmas celebrations. The Carib Brewery Trinidad Limited, a Trinidad and Tobago brewery, produces a Shandy Sorrel in which the tea is combined with beer. In Thailand, Roselle is drunk as a tea, believed to also reduce cholesterol. In Malaysia, they consider this a pro-health drink due to high contents of vitamin C and anthocyanins. In Mexico, 'agua de Jamaica' is most often homemade as it is in this recipe and is often served chilled. However, one of the most popular brands of Mexican soft drinks,"Jarritos", is made from the flowers.

    Recipe #320830

    Homemade soda is so much better for you then store bought and this is really fun! What a great way to entertain kids and keep them busy on a rainy day! This can be lots of fun for kids and a fun way for them to learn science and math. Let them experiment by adding different herbs and spices to achieve all different kinds of results. I can see this being a very popular science fair project or even a cool home school project! Resting time is not listed in cooking time. Must 'cook' for two days.

    Recipe #320827

    Called 'hot dish' or 'goulash' in my family this was basically a dish that we probably ate weekly when I was growing up. Most likely because it was fast, tasty, filling and well... cheap! lol Feel free to put in 'whatcha got' and leave out 'whatcha dont got'! If you like it spicy try adding some salsa with the tomatoes or add a dash or two of hot sauce on your plate. You can toss in some herbs and spices if you like or just have it as is. This is comfort food to me. Note: I like this better with the pasta cooked separately as it seems to come out more al dente. There is a lot to be said though for LESS dishes so sometimes I cook the pasta as listed below, all in the same pan! Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #320740

    Yum! Who wants to do the Watermelon Crawl with me?

    Recipe #320678

    Still have a few bottles of champagne left from dd's wedding! lol Found this fantastic martini recipe at! This would be so amazing for New Years Eve or any special occasion!

    Recipe #320677

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