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    The chicken is from a recipe in America's Test Kitchen Family Cookbook. I changed a few things here and there...You can use boneless skinless chicken breast as well, but I like the full flavor you get from the whole chicken.

    Recipe #498676

    From Love at First Bite: The Complete Vampire Lover's Cookbook. The title for this dish was " Spine-Tingling Beef Bites". I modified this one a bit to make for finger food friendly :)

    Recipe #498671

    Something different :) From love at First Bite: the Complete Vampire Lover's Cookbook and of course I had to change a few things :)) not that it wasn't perfect before, but I am a creature of habit.

    Recipe #498660

    I usually serve this one up with Mediterranean Style Couscous Salad w/ Roasted Veggies :)

    Recipe #498651

    This can be served as a main dish or a side dish. We usually have it as the prelude to our main course. Be sure to soak your wooden skewers in warm water for at least 20 min to 1 hour before you throw them on the grill or they will burn. I learned this the hard way...

    Recipe #498648

    Recipe #498633

    Fresh, crisp, and filling! I love sea bass. 'Specially prepared this way. It's very hardy and does well grilled, sauteed, or baked/broiled. You can prepare the salsa a day or two in advance. Again, gotta love that chopping therapy! :) If you don't like mango or pineapple, you can sub w/ any fruit such as peach or mandarin oranges. YUM!

    Recipe #498170

    5-Ingredient Fix Contest Entry. 6 months + (always check with your pediatrician)

    Recipe #497156

    5-Ingredient Fix Contest Entry. Had something similar to this at a restaurant once, so good!

    Recipe #497142

    I got the peanut butter sauce from Chef #631739. Thought it would be a good combo with this insanely rich but sinfully delicious dessert.

    Recipe #497027

    This is a family favorite going way back. It's quick, cheap to make and absolutely delicious!

    Recipe #497026

    The title explains it all! Yummy! :) This dish is great as a side dish or on it's own. You can serve it warm or cold. You can make it vegetarian by cooking the couscous in boiling water or vegetable stock instead of chicken stock.

    Recipe #496736

    A medley of classic deliciousness served in a cup adult style! :) If you don't have any brandy, plain old dried cherries will do. Also you can sub the amaretto liqueur for almond extract and if you cannot find candied pistachios, unsalted will do. Seasonal fresh fruit like figs would be nummy too!

    Recipe #496704

    You can enjoy this one hot or cold as a pasta salad...

    Recipe #496686

    Great for holidays or brunch...the sauce is also good over banana coconut pancakes :))

    Recipe #496685

    you can sub the tart crust for a pre-made puff pastry dough if you want.

    Recipe #496683

    These are great for picnics!

    Recipe #496681

    I've been making this one for years. Great for office potlucks. You can bake it the day before then nuke it when you get to work. You'll still get that nummy golden brown topping!

    Recipe #496642

    I love crispy skins, but my hubby does not so I always take his. :)) Here are some tools you'll need if you want to achieve that yummy crispy skin: foil, a baking sheet, and a non-coated cooling rack or a toaster oven rack that will elevate the fish from bottom of the cookie sheet...yes you could use a broiling pan, but those things are a pain to clean and you wouldn't get such yummy extra crispy skins :) I choose to broil mine but this will work well on the grill too. Just be sure to brush the hot grill rack with olive oil so the skin does not stick.

    Recipe #496598

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