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    This salmon recipe is so simple and yet extremely impressive; I often serve it to company or on special occasions and I'm always asked for the recipe. I serve it with angel hair pasta (lightly tossed with fresh herbs and olive oil), a basic spring mix salad with vinegarette, and a crusty, hearty garlic bread - enjoy!

    Recipe #191253

    I found this recipe on the McCormick Spice website and it is absolutely unique and delicious, especially for a crockpot recipe. The flavors compliment each other so nicely, both sweet and savory - it is a definite keeper! Serve with crusty bread to sop up the extra juices and a nice, tossed salad on the side. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do! PS - Don't be deterred by wrapping up the pickling spice in the cheesecloth - it literally takes less than a minute!

    Recipe #191446

    Adapted from AllRecipes: A beautiful and unique way to serve sweet potatoes - absolutely delicious, too! Note: It is easiest to remove the flesh of the oranges using your bare (clean) hands vs. a spoon! The filled oranges can be made a day ahead and brought to room temperature before adding streusel topping and heating. Be sure to cut the oranges so that they are fairly stable and will not roll over into the water when baking.

    Recipe #197623


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