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    I came up with this recipe after purchasing some black-eyed peas at the farmer's market and not knowing what to do with them. The Bhutan red rice is mandatory for this recipe to turn out the way it is supposed to, it is NOT good with brown rice, trust me, I have tried, and people are starving so just avoid it. Also, this recipe is GREAT with FRESH black-eyed peas. I have used frozen but I would not recommend it if you have access to fresh ones. You deserve fresh ones! The recipe is highly inspired by the responses from a CHOW discussion of what to do with black-eyed peas. This is something I like to make if I have work to do in the kitchen, so I can tend to it while I work. Good luck. It isn't the easiest recipe, but it is great if you can take the time.

    Recipe #506006

    This is my family's recipe for chicken scampi. I love it, I've never tasted one quite like it. It's real "mantrée," that is, it's good all by itself and all he'll need is a shovel and big bowl. It will make him very happy! I think the recipe originated in an issue of "ABZ's of Cooking" ages ago, and the following recipe was inspired by that original recipe. The best thing about the recipe is that you can probably make it from what you already have on hand, and it's very substantial. I often substitute the linguine with pasta I have on hand and make my own bread crumbs when I'm out (you can make these easily with a few pieces of bread, a 350 degree oven, some italian seasoning, a bag and a rolling pin). I suggest you get your stuff ready to go well ahead of time as it moves pretty quickly once you get started!

    Recipe #470269

    This is a healthy adaptation of my favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe so that I could eat a dozen or so of these while I was pregnant without really debilitating guilt... just normal guilt. It didn't really work out the way I wanted to (I gained 80 lbs!) but at least my monumental weight gain slowed down... Aye Yaye Yaye, Nothing made me hungrier than being pregnant! :0 These are named after my Zoey.

    Recipe #434884

    I found this on a piece of paper, in my handwriting, so it must have been good enough to take note of.

    Recipe #434882

    My Mom got this recipe from her friend Joetta. I hope Joetta doesn't mind my posting it here. These are a family favorite.

    Recipe #356800

    This is my popper recipe. These aren't good for you and everyone will love you after having one. I posted this to commemorate the Steelers' most recent Super Bowl XLIII victory! If you have leftover filling, try using it in scrambled eggs the next day. I hope you like it!

    Recipe #353729

    I've heard some people call it Minestra. Whatever it is, it's good. Try it.

    Recipe #148878


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