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    This is Gordon Ramsey's version of Beef Wellington....It is an amazing dish...perfect for an elegant dinner party, or perhaps a sophisticated holiday feast! I had to fiddle around with the measurements and temps b/c they were in grams, mils, celsius...etc. This version also is without the pate....I think that's why I decided to give it a whirl!!! Enjoy! :-) Tips: Trim carefully. Lower the chances of the edges separating by giving yourself lots of room - and don't trim the pastry too close to the meat. Keep it air-free. Drape over the top layer of pastry very carefully, smoothing it down with your hands as you go. You don't want any air trapped between the pastry and the meat. Use up leftover pastry. Any leftover pastry is fine to use for something else, even if covered in egg. Simply roll it into a ball and refrigerate until needed. Brush the meat as well as the pastry with egg wash. This will make the top layer of pastry stick to the meat and stop it from rising and leaving a gap. Sealing the pastry. Use the rounded end of a fork or spoon handle to seal the edges rather than the prongs of a fork - using the prongs will only pierce the pastry rather than joining it.

    Recipe #395160

    Maggiano's Rigatoni "D" My spin on Maggiano's BEST pasta dish! Totally heavenly! Also...for anyone doing low carb-substitute low-carb pasta & you've got a meal that makes you swear you're cheating!!! (the sauce is thin-but if you've noticed, it's thin at Maggiano's too! If you like it thicker, just lower the heat and let the sauce reduce some more) Also-if you want to use a rotisserie chicken, you can...it turns out quite well if you are pressed for time.)

    Recipe #181230

    My spin on Outback's Creamy Onion Walkabout soup...Please follow steps for the "white sauce" first...This tastes just like the restaurant!***The secret is the bay leaves...I found them in my soup @ Outback & knew that was the missing ingredient! This is the only recipe out there that includes the bay leaves!!!! This soup is my ALL TIME FAV!! (The WHITE SAUCE ingredients are the first 3 listed items on top) ENJOY!!!

    Recipe #181229

    This recipe was given to me by a long time friend and has been handed down for generations in her family...hope you enjoy it as much as I did!

    Recipe #474757

    If you love Peanut Butter and Jelly and you love cookies, this will be the ultimate combo! Enjoy. Grape Jelly recipe #61514. Prep time includes chilling time.

    Recipe #382209

    This "gravy" aka tomato/pasta sauce, is the sauce I grew up on. I am Italian, and many Italians make their sauce in many ways. I am a big fan of letting the natural flavors come through without adding sugar, etc. So, there will be no adding of sugar at all. This sauce is slightly sweet, and truly delish! After the gravy has been cooking for a few hours, dip some Italian bread or a slice of mozzarella in to taste--you'll be glad you did! (you will need a HUGE pot for this!) (some of these ingredients I never measure, so as the sauce cooks, keep tasting and add ingredients as needed) ***(This sauce FREEZES VERY WELL.)

    Recipe #251367

    This is a recipe I found on the internet...don't remember where or when, but it is soooooo good!!! (if you are using a dark, non-stick pan, bake at 300 degrees!) (cook time includes refridgeration!)

    Recipe #196062


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