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    Let these savory little puffs inspire you -- serve them plain or use a pastry bag to fill them, cream puff style, with a mixture of softened cream cheese, snipped chives and smoked salmon. This recipe came from a little book called Perfect Picnics. You'll want to double the recipe -- they freeze very well and are great to have on hand for company.

    Recipe #241705

    In 2004, my husband and I spent a weekend in Chicago to celebrate our first wedding anniversary. It was a chilly, windy October morning when we ventured from our downtown hotel to see the sites. We arrived at the Navy Pier cold, tired and hungry. Little did I know that the steaming hot roast beef sandwich I ordered from an Italian vendor there would be one of the tastiest lunches I had ever had. Here is my version of the awesome sandwich I had that memorable day. *Chef's Note*: Don't let the addition of giardiniera scare you. You can use more, or less, to taste. But don't leave it out completely, because it adds so much flavor and just wouldn't be the same without it!

    Recipe #188930

    With only a few ingredients and about 10 minutes, you can enjoy light, crispy okra anytime. I prefer okra with a light flour coating versus corn meal. I want to taste the okra -- not the breading! Fried okra, a country staple, is best served hot alongside thick-sliced summer tomatoes.

    Recipe #188317


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