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    I much prefer a fresh homemade salad dressing over a bottled one. This one is simple, light and spicy!!

    Recipe #171051

    I have not tried this one yet, but it is in the list here soon. I am ALWAYS looking for a new way to fix potatoes (my DH and DSS don't eat rice). This looks like it might be a nice change of pace.

    Recipe #171041

    The classic Steak au Poivre! Lots of butter, cream and pepper. An oldie but GOODIE!!

    Recipe #171031

    Chocolate and peanut butter....need I say more! This was just sent to me, and I will be making this this coming week. Sounds like heaven!!

    Recipe #171024

    This is the BEST way to make a Po Boy! I can't believe it is not here already. And be sure to LOAD THIS SUCKER WITH OYSTERS like we do in New Orleans! Yummy Goodness!

    Recipe #171023

    Coffee and vanilla with a kick! YUMMY!!

    Recipe #171001

    This is for all of the hunters and their wives out there in the Zaar world. Being from Louisiana, everyone I know hunts SOMETHING, so I do love game. Rabbit, gator, squirrel, etc. I am now in Louisville and with a NON-hunter so I haven't tried this one.....YET!! I found it in Gourmet and the picture of it looks sooo good! The list of ingredients and directions may look long, but if you read them you will see it is not difficult at all. NOTE: This can be made with 1 1/2 lbs. boneless veal shoulder, cut into 1" pieces. Use a heavy 6-qt. pot, and when veal is no longer pink on the outside add 4 cups water and simmer until liquid is reduced to about 1 cup and veal is tender - about 1 1/4 hours. Then proceed with recipe.

    Recipe #170999

    Polenta has been a staple in Italy since early Rome. It is cooked cornmeal - very similar to grits. They DO take some time to cook, but I think they are sooo worth the wait (and the workout)! Just remember to add slowly - just a trickle - into a pot of boiling water. This came from Gourmet magazine...DH is threatening to throw them away :( It will be here for safe keeping!

    Recipe #170994

    This was in Gourmet to accompany beer-battered fish. It was yummy and gave the fish a Spanish (from the paprika) accent. The ingredients might not be what you have on hand, but for a special occasion or party it would be perfect.

    Recipe #170990

    My DH is threatening to throw away all of my old magazines so I am placing all of the recipes I can find here. This one is from Gourmet. I haven't tried this one yet, because I haven't had the panko bread crumbs. I love broccoli and this sounds like a lovely way to serve it...something out of the ordinary! **NOTE: I made this tonight and OMG is it good! I made my own breadcrumbs and went for it! It turned out GREAT!! The sliced garlic is a crisp little treat.......YUMMY GOODNESS!!!

    Recipe #170988

    This is straight for Kraft:Family & Foods magazine. It is very similar to another recipe posted here on the zaar, with a few changes. It is yummy and will not last least they don't in this house.

    Recipe #170979

    This is a Paula Deen recipe that looked and sounded too good to be true. We love sweet cornbread in the South and this looks like it will hit the spot. I have not made this one yet. I am putting it here on Zaar so I will be able to find it again. I think this would make a great Sunday breakfast or a Sunday dinner for 2.

    Recipe #170975

    Another great looking recipe from our friends at Kraft. This looks like it would be great for a brunch or shower (baby or bridal) yet looks easy enough to make for a nice weekend breakfast.

    Recipe #170924

    A wonderful recipe from that great magazine, Food & Family by Kraft. I am a big fan of Italian sausage, and this hits the spot. If when the sausage is browned and you don't have anything to mix the tomato paste with, you can use about 1/4 cup of beef broth to make a nice thick rich sauce.

    Recipe #170919

    I am posting this recipe here so I will be able to find it again! This site has become my safe haven! This sounds too good to be true to me and I can't wait to try it.

    Recipe #170845

    I am a certified - card carrying CHOCOHALIC!! I saw this cake in a Gourmet magazine and had to make it! Once I did and others tried it, it became an often requested cake for get togethers. The taste of the cake gets deeper over time, so I suggest making it a day ahead of time. The Brown Sugar Buttercream Frosting I make with this cake is the same way....better with time. This recipe makes GREAT cupcakes also...I've tried LOL!

    Recipe #170821

    I have always wanted light and fluffy baked potatoes like I would get in nice steakhouses, but NEVER could do it at home! I found this recipe and holy cow.. IT WORKED!! :D Who'd a thunk? Key is to start with a mealy fleshed potato - Idaho is best I find. And the salt draws the moisture out of the potato while baking, making it light and fluffy!! It really works! Ingredient amounts are just there because they have to be, but use however many potatoes you need.

    Recipe #170794

    This is HANDS DOWN my favorite frosting/icing!! It does take a little time and you will need a CANDY THERMOMETER, but it is so worth it! I make this for my devil's food cake recipe (I will be posting that next). Don't be intimidated by the steps....if I can do it, ANYONE can. This does taste MUCH better on the second day. I suggest letting it rest before serving. Oh, and if you are watching your weight...LOOK AWAY NOW! This can be made 1 week ahead and chilled, covered or frozen 1 month. Bring to room temp (DO NOT MICROWAVE) and beat with electric mixer before using. I got this recipe from Gourmet magazine.

    Recipe #170787

    This recipe comes from I found it one day and thought it was a neat idea to serve lasgna. It is!! It turned out quite nice and was a crowd pleaser. I hope you enjoy them as much as we have. NOTE: The recipe calls for a jar of spaghetti sauce, but I do use my own (anything homemade is better!). And, PLEASE feel free to add more cheese if you like it cheesy!! WE DO!!

    Recipe #170786

    This is from the Congo Cookbook and one I have not tried yet. It sounds yummy though. When I do make it (which will be soon) I will post any changes or suggestions. NOTE: the recipe calls for one CAN tomato paste, so I am assuming it is the small can.....and I am guessing as to the ounces.

    Recipe #170424

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