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    Sensational side dish. It takes a bit of work, but the effect will have your dinner guests talking! A slightly sweet little bundle topped with a smoky chipotle-sour cream sauce. I used a 1/4 cup cookie scoop to measure out the mixture for each tamale and got 16. From Nob Hill Foods website featuring recipes for Thanksgiving. I might try increasing the sugar and decreasing the masa and see if it will still stay together in a "tamale".

    Recipe #195597

    You don't have to wait for Thanksgiving to try this lovely treat. This is easy to make and highly recommended. I made 10 lovely 2-ounce brulees for a dessert buffet. When you make them smaller, remember they take less time to cook. You will have about 20 ounces of custard to divide between the number of ramekins you decide on. From Gale Gand, Food TV

    Recipe #195426

    This pie is creamy and light--melt in the mouth delicious. The seasonings are subtile and thoroughly enjoyable. From Food Network's 2006 Thanksgiving menu.

    Recipe #194678

    Sam Talbot's offering on Top Chef. Everyone was raving about it, so I just had to try it! This makes two very satisfying servings, but there is enough of the lemon/oil to toss more spinach in and plenty chimichurri sauce for at least 2-4 more servings. I diced the fruit up for the first batch, but for the second I just did a rough chop. It might not be as refined looking, but it was wonderful. One thing I did that I felt added to the flavor profile was a slight sprinkling of fine sea salt to finish it off. Wonderful salad. I plan on serving it many times next summer when the melons are at their peak. I am a light weight when it comes to spicy food and I thought the amount of red chili flakes was just right.

    Recipe #193726

    This winning recipe (combined with Recipe #193692) was Betty Fraser's entry for the Top Chef episode where the competitors had to present a "comfort food". The soup and sandwich combo will become a featured item on TGI Friday's menu. The judges raved about the and I know why. Delicious!

    Recipe #193721

    Also known as Tuscan Portobello Melt.This winning recipe (combined with Recipe #193721) was Betty Fraser's entry for the Top Chef episode where the competitors had to present a "comfort food". The soup and sandwich combo will become a featured item on TGI Friday's menu. The judges raved about then and I know why. Delicious!

    Recipe #193692

    Recipe #193693

    This is an interesting combination of flavors--not your usual fruit salad. I was sceptical at first, but I have always had great success with recipes I found in Cusine at Home, so I went for it. It was very good--refreshing and unusual. The basil and mint flavors as well as the prosciutto are all very subtle.

    Recipe #190893

    Looking for the perfect thing to fix for my daughter Amber's baby shower. I found these wonderful little cakes in Cuisine at Home. They were easy to make and looked absolutely perfect on the table.

    Recipe #190752

    It took me a while to get around to trying this recipe I clipped from Cooking Light, but it is a winner! I will be making again and again. Despite the long list of ingredients, it actually goes together fairly quickly. Both the sauce and the marinade are only mildly spicy.

    Recipe #190161

    From the Palm Restaurant Cookbook. A medly of greens, roasted red bell peppers and tomatoes. I loved it with a mix of Blue Cheese and Vinaigrette. Try Recipe #185915, Recipe #185519 or a Thousand Island dressing. I posted this recipe in response to a request, but it sounded so interesting I had to try it myself. It is a wonderful salad. Don't be afraid of the anchovies. Chop them up and mix them in!

    Recipe #185924

    From the Palm Restaurant Cookbook. Great on Recipe #185924.

    Recipe #185915

    From The Palm Restaurant Cookbook. Can be served with Recipe #185924.

    Recipe #185519

    Went to an alphabet pot luck tonight where everyone signed up to bring a dish that started with a particular letter of the alphabet. Of all the dishes (and there were lots of yummy ones), this was my favorite. I decided to name it after my friend's sweet daughter that made it.

    Recipe #178348

    My husband clipped this recipe from Cook's Country. Serve in half of watermelon shell. I used rainbow sherbet and everyone loved it.

    Recipe #176289

    Quick and easy chicken with Asian flavors. My husband saw it in Cook's Country and asked me to try it--we all loved it! To use as a make-ahead meal, portion out the chicken and place in a zip-loc bag. Measure sauce ingredients in a second bag.

    Recipe #155592

    This recipe is from Cooking Light magazine. It is also good on chicken breasts, shrimp, or pork tenderloin. I make the rub and cover the steaks with it before I stick them in the freezer for a make-ahead meal. When they are thawed they are ready to go straight to the grill.

    Recipe #154673

    WW-friendly adaptation of the delicious recipe posted by *Pamela* (Recipe #123104). Changed ingredients to reflect lower fat variations like changing chicken pieces to boneless chicken breast and changing/reducing butter to olive oil as well as reducing amount of meat per serving in order to be ww friendly. (5 ww points)

    Recipe #152284

    This is from Paula Deen of Food TV and is what I fixed for Christmas Dinner 2005. I was tempted to open the oven to check how things were going, but I resisted...waiting until it had cooked 40 minutes at the final stage of cooking. I had a 9+ pound roast and the final temperature at that point was 129°F. It was wonderful! I'd definitely cook it the same way again. See Recipe #57340 for seasoning.

    Recipe #149395

    Found this in the San Jose Mercury News just in time to try it with our Christmas Dinner. Loved it! This was originally from "Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone," by Deborah Madison.

    Recipe #149370

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