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    Recipe posted by request. Haven't tried it myself.

    Recipe #88202

    You can adjust the heat level of this recipe by altering the amount of salsa and/or the chili sauce/sambal to taste. Prep time includes marinating time.

    Recipe #87386

    Recipe #70678

    Posted by request. Times are pure guesswork.

    Recipe #70431

    This is a copycat recipe posted by request -- I have not made this recipe, and so the times are just a guess. You have to practice making the frosting in order to get the consistency right. The filling is softer than the top frosting but the flavor is exactly the same (which is why you should use the same recipe for both). You should have no trouble finding clear almond and clear vanilla extract. The colorless butter flavor is a little more difficult. If you can't find it anywhere else, Wilton sells it online.)

    Recipe #69651

    This is a traditional Scottish recipe from the town of Melrose in the county of Angus. It is made with locally abundant ingredients (honey and ginger) and neighbouring Dundee's world-famous marmalade. Since I am posting this recipe at the request of a member and have not personally made it, I am assuming that the number of tarts that the recipe will produce is dependant on the size of the pie tins used. I am also taking a guess at the number of servings.

    Recipe #68849

    When Mr. D. notices that his lovely wife has wisely purchased big, fat chicken wings at the butcher's shop, this is what he asks her to do with them. (Recipe posted by request.)

    Recipe #66617

    Copycat recipe posted by request. I have never made this recipe, and therefore times and servings are simply SWAG (scientific wild-assed guesses).

    Recipe #66192

    Copycat recipe posted by request.

    Recipe #66191

    This is a double-duty sauce -- it also does a stellar job as a basting sauce for a roasted whole bird!

    Recipe #65729

    'Tis the tale of yet another chicken who should have thought twice before she crossed the road.

    Recipe #63830

    These little treasures can also be done on an outdoor grill -- cooking time is about the same.

    Recipe #63560

    Hey lookie, lookie -- it's "a la cart" all grown up!

    Recipe #60892

    Pommes frites with a Korean influence.

    Recipe #60411

    Don't worry if you do not have or cannot find Worcestershire sauce for this recipe. As any number of Recipezaar members will tell you, Worchestershire sauce, Wochestershire sauce, Worchteshire sauce, Worchestire sauce, Worcesershire sauce, Worstershire sauce, Worschesteshire sauce, Worstchestershire sauce, Worsheshire sauce, Wocestershire sauce, Whorcestershire sauce, Worcesershire sauce, Worcestshire souce, Worcheshire sauce, Worchesthire sauce, Worchester sauce, worc. sauce or even w sauce will work just fine.

    Recipe #59529

    The mushroomherds in China have a much easier job than do western shepherds because the animals that they herd are much better-behaved and, therefore, they are easier to round up at dinner time. Heck, they don't even need to have a dog. This is one possible explanation of why you don't often find Shepherd's Pie on the menus of very many Chinese restaurants. It also explains why there is no lamb in this recipe.

    Recipe #58868

    I got the inspiration for this creation while watching one of my least favorite chefs, Email Lagross (who, by the way, is one of only a handful of chefs in the world who has such rare spices as "papa reeka" and "cardamin" in his pantry) on TV. As I watched him standing back and throwing spices, from about 6 feet away, into (or "inside of", in Lagross-speak) the pot, I said to myself, "Self! This is a freakin' cooking show, not basketball tryouts!" Fortunately, since I am not schizo, "self" did not answer "me". Are you with me so far?

    Recipe #58548

    Why did the chicken cross the road? Beats the living daylights out of me. In fact, I think it was a pretty stupid move on the chicken's part because this particular road ran along the U.S.-Mexican border and there just so happened to be a couple of hungry and tipsy Mexicans waiting on the other side of the road. The said Mexicans did not offer the chicken the option of returning to its safer starting point.

    Recipe #58498

    A couple of nice wee twists on the good ol' banana bread recipe. My personal preference is to chop the macadamias into big chunks because that and the toasted coconut add lovely texture and flavour to the bread. Serve a la Two Fat Ladies, i.e. slathered with lots of butta.

    Recipe #58493

    So sorry, Bo Peep. I found your lost sheep. And would ya just look at what I did with them!

    Recipe #57057

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