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    A very light whole wheat bread that is better than any other recipe you ever tasted. The texture and aroma are addicting. My own creation this is an easy favorite!

    Recipe #310509

    An extremely easy soup with a kick! An elegant Southwestern bisque that satisfies.

    Recipe #209680

    The consumption of meat in Spain has always been an indicator of social standing. An old expression holds that it is better to have two mouthfuls of beef than seven of potatoes. This sustaining, rich Castilian stew may help you decide. From 'The Spanish Kitchen' by Clarissa Hyman

    Recipe #207310

    This is delicious as a dessert served with ice cream (coconut or mango ;-) or as a deliciously sweet bread for breakfast with coffee, as a side with a salad for lunch. Or go completely wild and have it with a hot rum tody for tea time! It is a blast of the tropics worth going out in the mid-day sun for!

    Recipe #144845

    This dish was originally created (allegedly) for multi billionaire Ari Onassis. I was served it in a french restaurant on Las Olas Blvd in Ft. Lauderdale and I have recreated it in my own kitchen.

    Recipe #35265

    Tapas dish from Andalusia, Spain. You can serve this dish as is or over rice, orzo or couscous.

    Recipe #290977

    A delicious dish from the world famous Polynesian restaurant in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

    Recipe #231751

    Major league comfort food. Examples of this dish can be found from Russia to Romania, to Italy. It is easy to make and significant HEALTHY comfort food. Low fat and huge flavor.

    Recipe #211728

    Easy, chili relleno like you wished you could get in a Mexican restaurant. Depending on the pepper's it might have a little bite!

    Recipe #208102

    Great for Super Bowl parties! Serve with toasted pita bread made by opening the pita horizontally, brushing the two halves with olive oil and baking at 375 degrees until golden and crisp.

    Recipe #206813

    Easy, light, dish with the feel and taste of the Greek Isles.

    Recipe #204472

    Like seafood? Wish you could been in the Greek Islands? Well here it is. All you need is a couple of good bottles of dry white wine and a bunch of friends!

    Recipe #202115

    A terribly addictive Thai appetizer that magically disappears. A little time consuming to make, but worth every minute.

    Recipe #200130

    Traditional Potatoe Pancakes with a decidely Southwestern Flair. Easy enourmously, tasty, explosion of flavor. If you like Tex-Mex Southwestern fair....and happen to celbrate Chanuka, than this is for you!!!!

    Recipe #199850

    Comfort food! Easy to prepare and better to eat. Especially good on cold, wintery nights that requires something a little heavier.

    Recipe #194737

    This is a variation of a classic French recipe. Easy and very good. Found the original recipe in one of Craig Claiborne's cookbooks. CAUTION! Work twice as good as oysters on men. NATURAL VIAGRA!!!!

    Recipe #193923

    Healthy comfort food with lots of flavor and great vegetables.

    Recipe #193919

    This is my rendition of the "caviar of Provence" I recommends that you "muddle" the garlic cloves rather than chop them in the food processor. This is best done with a mortar and pestle. This procedure releases the wonderful garlic flavor.

    Recipe #189508

    This recipe was in the Sun-Sentinel Newspaper. It is a particularly easy and good one. Big CHOCOLATE Flavor! 0 calories!!!! hahahahaha just kidding

    Recipe #177915

    Here is a simple, BUT OH SO SATISFYING, recipe for Coconut Shrimp. The dipping sauce is easy and even kids love it. This takes a little time, but it is well worth it.

    Recipe #176203

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