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    Legend has it that this was a favourite dish of Alexander The Grape. (If you can't find Stilton, substitute any good blue-veined cheese.)

    Recipe #35877

    casserole (derivative of Greek "kyathos") (n): 1: a deep round usu. porcelain dish with a handle used. (2) a dish in which food may be baked and served. (3) the food cooked and served in a casserole.

    Recipe #35855

    Recipe #35839

    Serve as a main dish or as an appetizer nuclear accident shrimpsters.

    Recipe #35833

    Hearty. Filling. No-brainer. Cheap.

    Recipe #35819

    A culinary creation inspired by Boo-Boo Bear and James Bond when they were on assignment together in Turkey.

    Recipe #35816

    I adapted this dish from a traditional Welsh recipe.

    Recipe #35554

    Also known as "Belly-Up Berry Cobbler"

    Recipe #35540

    Copycat recipe posted by request. I am led to believe that this is to be served with French fries.

    Recipe #35480

    The shepherd doesn't like these. Oh well, that just means that there's more for the chicken-plucker.

    Recipe #35432

    This stuff is great to use on chicken or salmon before cooking or as a spread for garlic bread. It can be kept chilled for up to two weeks, or frozen for longer term storage.

    Recipe #35400

    The shepherd was allegedly seen doing inappropriate things with the sheep, so he was temporarily reassigned to a herd of cattle while he underwent therapy, and therefore the only thing he could bring home to the cook was beef.

    Recipe #35396

    Got a can opener? Got a stove? Got soup!!!

    Recipe #35366

    by Executive Chef Smokey the Pear

    Recipe #35300

    No relation to Jimmy Dean. Chef’s Incredible Tip: After you thoroughly wash and rinse the sausage casings, soak them in pineapple juice for 24-36 hours (in the fridge) and then rinse them again prior to stuffing them. This process softens the casings and makes them much more tender and palatable!

    Recipe #35253

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