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    A more healthy version of my regular chili.

    Recipe #504426

    I love this recipe from Pailins Kitchen. I found her on YouTube and I have loved everything I have made of hers so far. She does a great job of explaining the process and the reasons behind ingredients. Look her up on YouTube! I like it when the rice is hot and the mangoes are cold.

    Recipe #479729

    I love the Panang Salmon at the local Thai restaurant and wanted to be able to make it myself. This is an adaptation of the recipe on the Mae Ploy Curry Paste container. Coconut milk comes in a 16 oz can and a slightly smaller size. Coconut milk varies in quality as well--some thicker than others. Experiment until you find a brand you like. So far, my favorite is AROY-D from Thailand. If you can only find the smaller size, just use less water. This ratio of curry paste to liquid is moderately spicy--adjust to your tastes. If you don't know--start with half of what is called for.

    Recipe #478545

    Wonderful soft dinner roll from "Our Best Bites" by Sara Wells & Kate Jones. I have also made whole wheat version by substituting 2 cups of flour for whole wheat flour with terrific results. I have tried many roll recipes over the years and this is the softest by far. They are soft and yummy the next day too (if you have any left).

    Recipe #469819

    I received a gift box of apples plus the ingredients and recipe to make these yummy baked apples. They were wonderful with a scoop of vanilla ice cream!

    Recipe #467159

    From Ree Drummond's blog and featured on her new Food Network show. I especially liked this recipe because it isn't over-sweet and it is nice and light. I did find the batter a little on the runny side and had to add a bit more cake flour, but overall a lovely breakfast treat!

    Recipe #463629

    Saving Dinner/Fall Serve with a green salad and whole-grain rolls.

    Recipe #392831

    Love the little afterburn in the back of my throat from the cayenne. If hot and spicy is not for you, it is still excellent with less cayenne. You could also cut the sugar in half with good results. From Down Home with The Neelys.

    Recipe #388342

    From Paula Deen's Kitchen Classics. A bit different from her other banana bread as it includes buttermilk.

    Recipe #385642

    My husband sent me this recipe with a note reading, "You know I HAVE to make this." It is quickly making the internet and tv rounds and I saw it the next day on Good Morning America. It is from the BBQ Addicts website. You can see photos of the process at http://www.bbqaddicts.com/bacon-explosion.html I posted for your Superbowl eating pleasure (but you may not want to see the calorie count).

    Recipe #353308

    My 22 year old son was looking for a way to cook up some halibut and found this in one of our cookbooks. It went together easily and he was very proud of the results. It was very flavorful and we plan to fix it again. From "How to Grill" by Steven Raichlen. Regarding the cilantro root -- my husband looked at every Asian market in the area to no avail thinking if anyone would have cilantro root they would. He felt it was essential to the recipe despite the recommendation of adding additional cilantro instead. He mentioned to me he had been looking for cilantro root -- "Did you think of the herb section of the nursery?" I bought a little 4-inch pot of cilantro from the herb section and washed the roots thoroughly (a chore, I will admit). Sometimes you can find cilantro with some of the roots attached, but rarely. You decide how labor intensive you want this recipe to be, but there is an option for you if you are looking for cilantro root.

    Recipe #349522

    Saw this on Good Morning America. I decided immediately it had to be a last minute addition to our Thanksgiving menu. My 22 year old son was thrilled to have it assigned to him ("instead of a sissy salad"). He breezed through making it and we all thought it was so good it had to have a permanent place on our Thanksgiving menu. Highly recommended (although it may be a tad spicy for some -- if you are timid about spices, go easy on them).

    Recipe #341470

    From Aaron McCargo, Jr. one of the three finalists on The Next Food Network Star. Use for either a side-dish or an appetizer.

    Recipe #315744

    From Emeril - featured on Good Morning America. From Emeril's "There's a Chef in My World".

    Recipe #296884

    From Paula Deen's Kitchen Classics.

    Recipe #269687

    From his anti-aging show on Oprah. I originally posted it as given on Oprah's show, but updated it with information from her website. Original posting: * 4 stalks celery * 1 cucumber * 1 cup spinach * 1 lemon, juice of * 1 lime, juice of * 1 large apple * 1/2 inch piece fresh ginger (peeled)

    Recipe #263850

    I love brownies with or without frosting. Most of the recipes I have for brownies don't have a recipe for frosting, but Recipe #199845 did. I liked the frosting so much, I thought I should post it independent of the brownies as it could be used with nearly any brownie recipe.

    Recipe #260061

    Creamy and yummy! Best when served immediately as it continues to thicken. You want it "saucy". Stir in additions such as asparagus, peas, cooked shellfish, ham or mushrooms at the end for a hearty, delicious risotto. From www.usarice.com

    Recipe #259677

    From Paula Deen's Holiday Baking (2007). Time does not include cooling time.

    Recipe #252102

    From Paula Deen's Holiday Baking (2007)

    Recipe #252100

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