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    3 Reviews |  By Xexe

    This is a variation of an extremely classic recipe. Please only use the large Reese cups, if you feel like they are not melting properly, you may cut the cups crosswise in half. Also, if you do not have homemade marshmallows, obviously you can use store bought ones.

    Recipe #460666

    This is from The Next Food Network Star, Season 4. I love this rub on steaks and i wanted to post it here for safekeeping

    Recipe #425204

    3 Reviews |  By Xexe

    New twist on snickerdoodles from dlynz.com. sounds incredible. the yield is a guess.

    Recipe #395932

    This is a Filipino breakfast meat , when served with Garlic fried rice and a fried egg this dish is called Tocilog. I usually also eat it with salted tomatoes. I'm am not claiming this recipe is authentic by any means, it also is made without any preservatives as authentic recipes usually include.

    Recipe #389645

    "This is a simple pan-baked chicken dish - the sort of food I absolutely love to eat. As everything cooks together in 1 dish, all the beautiful flavors get mixed up. This is what it's all about! With a green salad, it's an easy dinner. " Quoted by jamie oliver, this recipe is his. Just a quick note, the recipe preparation is timely, if your not patient it might frustrate you.

    Recipe #388650

    Stuffed vegetables went out with the Ark, but are coming back now. The rice is cooked in the juice and internal flesh of the tomatoes which adds a wonderful taste to the rice.

    Recipe #387548

    I'm posting this here so i can throw away the 6+ pages of recipes i have for this recipe. I'm still working on the cake mix so for now i'm going to say to use banana supreme cake mix. When topping the cupcakes use the black sugar and jimmies sparingly, just a few grains of both will be fine. This is a recipe still being worked out so if you feel the utmost need to point something out to me please do so.

    Recipe #309432

    2 Reviews |  By Xexe

    From borntoenterain.com, i posted it here for safe keeping.

    Recipe #307156

    2 Reviews |  By Xexe

    A sauce served in american-japanese restaurants.

    Recipe #307150

    1 Reviews |  By Xexe

    This is a japanese style beef stew made by morimoto on iron chef. It's not a traditional japanese recipe so don't give me grief about that. Be advised this recipe is sweeter then american beef stew.

    Recipe #304790

    A different Dango recipe including fruit sauces instead of the traditional sweet soy sauce.

    Recipe #304750

    1 Reviews |  By Xexe

    This recipe is from a website called "my Lunch can beat up your lunch". I posted this becuase i was looking for a Kushi Dango recipe that had good instructions. You can use cornstarch if you cannot find the katakuriko.

    Recipe #304747

    2 Reviews |  By Xexe

    This recipe is from Kraft's website. The recipe orginally was supposed to use Kraft's Cheese dogs but you can use whatever type of hot dog you'd like. The amount of ranch dressing is an estimate. I always buy a bottle and use more. I even have been known to throw in some cucumber every now and then.

    Recipe #303651

    A "seattle" hot dog, I haven't been to seattle so i can't tell you if it's 100% authentic But, it tastes good. That's all that matters to me.

    Recipe #303647

    This recipe is from the National Hot Dog & Sausage Council. Hoisin is a type of chinese bbq sauce that has a very molasses type flavor. You will not like this if you do not like molasses. Also do not use normal bbq sauce for the hoisin.

    Recipe #303633

    This is a variation of pigs in a blanket with a very obvious japanese twist. If you don't like Chinese hot mustard you can use either Hoisin Sauce or more teriyaki sauce. you can find wonton wrappers at a specialty store, or if your supermarket has a large selectionof asian products you can try there also.

    Recipe #303631

    This recipe is Rachael Ray's, She says you can use left over turkey instead of the ground turkey.

    Recipe #264345

    Okay, so I thought of this after watching the next Iron Chef. John Besh's crab meat BLT was a bit more extravagant than this version, I think mine might be more "homey". Any kind of bread can be used for this as long as it's 1/2 inch think and toasted. As for the bacon I think plain old hickory smoked works for me.

    Recipe #263767

    This recipe is from Bobby Flay's Throwdown. He went up against Tony Luke and lost, but this sauce sounds very tasty. I love provolone on my cheesesteaks so i can't wait to try it. This is a very basic cheese - Bechamel sauce that's great on cheesesteaks. I pretty sure the provolone can be substituted with almost any cheese you wish.

    Recipe #263644

    Ahh an interesting take on the classic.

    Recipe #263118

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