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    I was looking for a heathy appetizer to take to a party and decided a good garlicy white bean dip would be the choice. A friend had sent me a recipe for a bean dip. I tried the dip and then tweaked it to my taste. This ultimately should be served on pita chips, however not being able to buy those in Holland, I chose to use plain salted tortilla chips. My recipe was a complete success at the party. People loved it and not a drop was left. At first when told of the dip my husband was skeptical of a healthy bean dip. However he raved about it as well.

    Recipe #389849

    This recipe for this dish is one that I received a while back, in one of my cooking classes on American Bistro. I have since changed and added some ingredients to suit my taste. It is a lovely dish, that is fairly quick, easy to make and very tasty. Most ingredients are ones you may have on hand. The sauce is a lovely compliment to the lamb. Served with a side of wild rice and a green salad or veggie, it is a perfect dinner.

    Recipe #201328

    This recipe is a creation of mine, that came together after combining 3 different recipes. I was looking to make a new and different recipe for duck breast to surprise my husband. I combined what I thought was the best combination of ingredients and flavors, then further tweaked it after making it several times. I have finally perfected it and it now turns out superb each time. This is my husband's favorite duck recipe and he request it often. It may appear to be a bit putsy, however it actually is easy. The flavors meld perfectly together creating the most complimentary sauce for the duck breast. This is an impressive main coarse to serve guest. I like to pair it with wild rice as it goes well with the richness of the duck and sauce. It is an excellent combination and never fails to get raves from my guest.

    Recipe #201326

    This is an Emeril recipe that got rave reviews from my family. We love mussels, and here in Holland they are locally cultivated. So during the season we try to have them once a week. I try new recipes frequently to change the pace. This recipe is my husbands favorite and gets requested often. It has an amazing flavor. I have changed it a little to suit my family's taste from the original recipe. Have plenty of crusty bread, as the juice is oh sooooo good! This recipe serves either 2 meal portions or a first course for 4-6 people. Rule of thumb in Holland is to serve 1 kg of mussels per person, for a dinner portion.

    Recipe #187437

    This is an awesome pasta that is quick to make and very satisfying. I first copied a recipe from Bon Appetit and then combined it with several recipes from my cookbooks. Over the years I have tweeked it to the recipe it is today. I have used fresh salmon in place of smoked salmon when I have not been able to get smoked salmon, and it was very good as well. Served with a salad it makes a very lovely meal.

    Recipe #142791

    This is an easy and quick recipe for a midweek meal. The flavor is spicy but yummy. I use Emeril's Creole seasonings for the cajun spices. I love to serve this over rice and with a green vegetable or salad.

    Recipe #142789

    This recipe I found in Food and Wine magazine. I have tweaked some of the ingredients to suit my family's taste. It is a lovely quick way to serve flounder. You may also substitute any type of white fish as well. It comes out wonderful.

    Recipe #142649

    This is a lovely squash dish that was given to me by my friend Lisa in Boston. You may easily substitute zucchini for yellow squash. It can be put together ahead of time, and baked before serving. It is one of my dad's favorite squash dishes that I have made.

    Recipe #136894

    This is an easy and quick recipe for rushed nights. It has a nice flavor to it and served with a salad it makes a perfect weeknight meal.

    Recipe #136882

    This recipe was given to me by a coworker many years ago. Since then, this is about the only meatloaf I make. It usually gets lots of yums and pleases the family. I have given this recipe out so many times, and always get comments on how good and easy it is. I love to serve this with mashed potatoes or mashed garlic potatoes.

    Recipe #134750

    This recipe was a family recipe given to me by my mother. It was usually served at every Easter dinner. It is such a wonderful compliment to a baked Ham or some types of Pork Roast. Many guests have left my home with copies of this recipe. It is a great do ahead and refrigerate until ready to bake. Then bring to room temp before baking. This will please your family and friends. And you will always receive wonderful comments.

    Recipe #134549

    I cannot remember for sure where this recipe came from, however it may have been a Southern Living Magazine. It is fast easy and always pleases the family. A nice do ahead meal that I have used for buffets or just having friends over for a quick get together.

    Recipe #134538

    The recipe is similar to one I received while taking a cooking class when I lived in Nevada. It is a nice flavorful dish easy to make for a midweek dinner.

    Recipe #133582

    The original recipe I obtained from a gourmet grocery store called Byerlys. I have since tweeked it to my family's liking. It is a nice way to make any mild white fish. Quick, easy and tasty midweek meal.

    Recipe #133570

    A friend of mine sent me this recipe. It has a nice unusual taste, with lots of seafood. We enjoy this on cold winter nights. With some bread and small tossed salad.

    Recipe #133078

    This came out of a Gourmet Magazine about 8 years ago. I have tweeked the amounts used in the original recipe to suit my taste and to allow 2 meal portions. The saying is for a meal portion to allow 2lbs of mussels per person. Or you may use this recipe as a nice appetizer for 4-5 persons. It has a yummy combination of taste and I would recommend a nice crusty bread served with it to mop up the lovely lemon cream.

    Recipe #132748

    A nice and easy recipe that pleases. Has a taste of sweet and tart that compliments the salmon. Great way to use leftover cranberry sauce after the holidays. I love to use a flavored cranberry sauce with orange or raspberry with this recipe as well.

    Recipe #130994

    Being so far away from home, I tend to crave recipes I am unable to get here in Holland. This being one of them! Good ole Cajun and Creole Food. After one of these cravings I decided to do some research and came up with several recipes for Red Beans and Rice. I took bits and pieces from the different recipes, subbed ingredients I was unable to find here and created this easy and tasty recipe. Whenever my husband and I crave Cajun, this fits the bill. Depending on your taste, you may want to add more Cajun spices to suite your family's spiciness of preference. I love to serve this dish alongside grilled pork chops or smoked sausage

    Recipe #389848

    This is comfort food, from my childhood. It is my mother's wonderful recipe, that was probably passed on from my grandmother. Typically the Picadillo is made with raisins added as well. I have omitted the raisins in this recipe, as we do not care for them. However if you wish you may add a couple of tablespoons of raisins, at the same time you add the olives. This dish is served with the Picadillo on top of the rice. It goes lovely with salad on the side.

    Recipe #277136

    When visiting my family in Spain, I was served a dish similar to this in a Tapa's bar. I have tried to recreate the flavors at home and have come up with this quick recipe. You may serve this over hot cooked rice, or as they did in the Tapa's bar, with a hot crusty bread to mop up the delish sauce!

    Recipe #277110

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