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    4 Reviews |  By twissis

    Found in the most recent email I received from Grandparents.com, this unique recipe is by Miami-based celebrity chef *Douglas Rodriguez* who (at 43 yrs of age) has been hailed as the *Godfather of Nuevo Latino Cuisine* . He is also a cookbook author & owner of award-winning restaurants in Miami, Philadelphia, Scottsdale & Chicago. This recipe shares his fondness for the Thanksgiving holiday, his memories of his apron-clad grandmother cooking in their Miami kitchen & his Cuban heritage. (Times have been estimated. 20 min was allowed for ingredient prep & the overall times reflect only the time spent getting the stuffing ready for the turkey or the oven.) *Enjoy* !

    Recipe #338936

    1 Reviews |  By twissis

    My brother sent me an invite to join him at the Grandparents.com website & I get periodic emails from them on the art of grandparenting. The most recent email had a fun article on kid-friendly mocktails & suggested that kids should have spec beverages for their parties & also tasty + festive beverages to enjoy while their elders drink cocktails on spec occasions & holidays. Per the intro, “Shirley Temple, take a bow & step aside. Some new entertainers have taken center stage. The effervescent, sometimes sparkly, always refreshing & totally non-alcoholic mocktails are beverages that kids & partygoers of all ages will enjoy.” These 2 recipes are the final ones from the series I have entered. *Cheers* !

    Recipe #338934

    2 Reviews |  By twissis

    My brother sent me an invite to join him at the Grandparents.com website & I get periodic emails from them on the art of grandparenting. The most recent email had a fun article on kid-friendly mocktails & suggested that kids should have spec beverages for their parties & also tasty + festive beverages to enjoy while their elders drink cocktails on spec occasions & holidays. Per the intro, “Shirley Temple, take a bow & step aside. Some new entertainers have taken center stage. The effervescent, sometimes sparkly, always refreshing & totally non-alcoholic mocktails are beverages that kids & partygoers of all ages will enjoy.” I am entering the recipes in pairs, groups or individually based on # of servings. *Cheers* !

    Recipe #338931

    2 Reviews |  By twissis

    My brother sent me an invite to join him at the Grandparents.com website & I get periodic emails from them on the art of grandparenting. The most recent email had a fun article on kid-friendly mocktails & suggested that kids should have spec beverages for their parties & also tasty + festive beverages to enjoy while their elders drink cocktails on spec occasions & holidays. Per the intro, “Shirley Temple, take a bow & step aside. Some new entertainers have taken center stage. The effervescent, sometimes sparkly, always refreshing & totally non-alcoholic mocktails are beverages that kids & partygoers of all ages will enjoy.” I am entering the recipes in pairs, groups or individually based on # of servings. *Cheers* !

    Recipe #338928

    My brother sent me an invite to join him at the Grandparents.com website & I get periodic emails from them on the art of grandparenting. The most recent email had a fun article on kid-friendly mocktails & suggested that kids should have spec beverages for their parties & also tasty + festive beverages to enjoy while their elders drink cocktails on spec occasions & holidays. Per the intro, “Shirley Temple, take a bow & step aside. Some new entertainers have taken center stage. The effervescent, sometimes sparkly, always refreshing & totally non-alcoholic mocktails are beverages that kids & partygoers of all ages will enjoy.” I am entering the recipes in pairs, groups or individually based on # of servings. *Cheers* !

    Recipe #338858

    3 Reviews |  By twissis

    You are a captive audience when aboard a plane flying over the North Atlantic for 6-8 hrs. BUT IcelandAir has a monthly travel magazine I have always found interesting. While thumbing through it last month, I read an article entitled *The Sacred Art of Brunch* that touted 3 restaurants where you could enjoy a “proper, long, drawn-out weekend brunch in New York City”. One of them was aptly named *Egg* where Chef George Weld was said to serve the hands-down, best brunch in Williamsburg with specialties from his South Carolina upbringing. The *Egg* website shared this one recipe and described it as “budget-friendly, kid-friendly, quick and easy”. Enjoy !

    Recipe #338399

    5 Reviews |  By twissis

    I know you must be thinking I have surely lost my marbles, but at least read this intro b4 you move on. Like many of us, I often “feast w/my eyes” & the pic of this recipe definitely invited a feast. This was found in *Birta* (Icelandic version of the TV Guide) & is prob the most creative & unique recipe to tempt me in quite some time. As a tasty side-dish, it would be compatible w/almost every main entrée + a great source of table conversation to boot. Be open-minded & give this a try. :-)

    Recipe #338317

    No one who has red wine + white vinegar always on-hand should ever be buying commercially-prepared red wine vinegar. Using this 2-ingredient 1:3 ratio mixture w/a 1 min prep is ideal for recipes requiring red wine vinegar & can easily be doubled or tripled to get a larger volume than 1/4 cup as desired. It can also be infused w/garlic or other herbs as desired. I use this a lot & just today discovered to my surprise that this easy-fix copycat was not in the Zaar data base. *Enjoy* !

    Recipe #337211

    3 Reviews |  By twissis

    Except for my Recipe #166973 & Recipe #176535, I am largely recipe-oriented & just not esp good at orig recipes. BUT this unique & highly touted recipe was pictured in a newspaper restaurant review & inspired me to get copycat-creative. Described as the most popular appy at the Oliveto Italian Bistro in Tulsa, OK, the ingredients were listed & I combined them w/my imagination + a basil-marinated tomatoes recipe borrowed from the Vic’s Recipes website & credited to *It Is About Time* by Michael Schlow. This is a very easy-fix, so do not be put-off by my penchant for detail. Altho an appy at Oliveto, I can easily see this recipe expanded to a luncheon entrée & I included a note at the end of the prep to suggest other optional adds for that purpose. *Enjoy* !

    Recipe #336248

    Most of the desserts enjoyed on our recent cruise were so lovely to look at & even better to eat that I was surprised to discover that this spec occasion recipe from *Carnival Creations* by Cyrus Marfatia (Exec Chef of Carnival Cruise Lines) starts w/a boxed cake mix & is all about the presentation (which I confess I altered slightly). (Times were estimated. Cooling time is not included & cooking time does not include time to bake the cake per pkg directions.) *Enjoy* !

    Recipe #336135

    3 Reviews |  By twissis

    As I continue to enter dessert recipes from our recent cruise, I am seeing a definite & freq trend for make-ahead combos using fruits w/a custard. This recipe from *Carnival Creations* by Cyrus Marfatia (Exec Chef of Carnival Cruise Lines) takes us to the far-eastern cuisines of India, Malaysia & Thailand. Altho the recipe suggests the French influence of Napoleon Brandy, my DH would look upon that as a "sinful waste" & I will use a more std cooking brandy. (Times have been estimated & do not include cooling times) *Enjoy* !

    Recipe #336117

    I love using pears in my recipes, I already have 6 of them & here's a definitely spec occasion, but make-ahead dessert I esp fancy from *The Carnival Experience* by Peter Leypold (Exec Chef of Carnival Cruise Lines). This recipe is untried other than to taste & appears a bit labor-intensive to me, but my hope is that someone labor-fearless will take my word that it is impressive & divine. (Times were not given, have been guesstimated & do not include standing + chilling times) *Enjoy* !

    Recipe #336076

    1 Reviews |  By twissis

    From *The Carnival Experience* by Peter Leypold ( Exec Chef of Carnival Cruise Lines), here's another French recipe using the humble apple to create an amazingly low-cal & low-fat, but elegant finish for an otherwise heavy meal. My sweet-tooth DH would want a scoop of vanilla ice cream or frozen yogurt w/this, so feel free to indulge that request as desired. (Times have been estimated) *Enjoy* !

    Recipe #336003

    2 Reviews |  By twissis

    I've been busy posting recipes from our cruise & found in 2 cookbooks I bought on-board ship. I'm now down to the devilishly delicious desserts, but b4 we go to the *Dept of Decadence* I wanted to share a recipe from the *Spa Section of Carnival Creations* by Cyrus Marfatia that brought Annacia to mind when I read the intro -- "An extremely tasty pumpkin pie to be thankful for as it is low in calories, fat, sodium + cholesterol & is just plain incredible." This is untried, so I hope 1 of you will give it a try & testify that the intro to this easy-fix is truthful. :-)

    Recipe #335573

    1 Reviews |  By twissis

    I got a bar menu on-board ship during our recent cruise & had the names of some specialty drinks, but no recipes for them. Most were tasted, touted by another (there were 6 of us) or just sounded good to me. I did the Zaar searches & most had already been posted to Zaar, but I found a few of the others at the Carnival Connections site & this is the last of 5. :-).

    Recipe #335570

    7 Reviews |  By twissis

    I got a bar menu on-board ship during our recent cruise & had the names of some specialty drinks, but no recipes for them. Most were tasted, touted by another (there were 6 of us) or just sounded good to me. I did the Zaar searches & most had already been posted to Zaar, but I found a few of the others at the Carnival Connections site.

    Recipe #335566

    5 Reviews |  By twissis

    I got a bar menu on-board ship during our recent cruise & had the names of some specialty drinks, but no recipes for them. Most were tasted, touted by another (there were 6 of us) or just sounded good to me. So I did the Zaar searches & found most of the recipes at the Carnival Connections site. Enjoy !

    Recipe #335515

    4 Reviews |  By twissis

    I got a bar menu on-board ship during our recent cruise & had the names of some specialty drinks, but no recipes for them. Most were tasted, touted by another (there were 6 of us) or just sounded good to me. So I did the Zaar searches & found most of the recipes at the Carnival Connections site. *Enjoy* !

    Recipe #335442

    1 Reviews |  By twissis

    I got a bar menu on-board ship during our recent cruise & had the names of some specialty drinks, but no recipes for them. Most were tasted, touted by another (there were 6 of us) or just sounded good to me. So I did the Zaar searches & found most of the recipes at the Carnival Connections site. I have only 1 question about this drink -- How could it not be good?

    Recipe #335437

    Ever since becoming a new Zaar member nearly 3 yrs ago, my AM Pg has listed the sauces of Europe as among my favorite foods. My cooking roots are American, but my fondness for European sauces has grown & prompted me to enter this recipe from the *Carnival Creations* cookbook by Cyrus Marfatia (Exec Chef of Carnival Cruise Lines). I really don't know if this sauce is European, but I find European sauces more delicate, flavorful & rich w/ingredient combos I would not imagine. This divine sauce was served over a grilled salmon fillet & was the star of the dish, but I bet it would be equally good over most fish entrees & turn a simple chicken breast into something spec. It is admittedly labor-intensive to prepare, times were not given & it was hard to estimate the 3 reductions. So I guesstimated those reduction times, allowed 10 min for ingredient prep & hope I got close. *Enjoy* !

    Recipe #335335

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