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    This sounds good. From Bon Appetit, November 2000.

    Recipe #491262

    3 Reviews |  By lazyme

    From Ray's Boathouse in Seattle, Wa. This sounds different and good.

    Recipe #491261

    I found this at Simply Seafood. Sounds easy. You can also substitute shrimp, halibut, or salmon.

    Recipe #491260

    Recipes don't come much simpler than this, but do use coarse sea salt. The big crystals break down only slightly in the oven, leaving a delicate and clean-tasting crunch. From Simply Seafood. You can also substitute swordfish, steelhead, or bluefish.

    Recipe #491259

    Sounds like a nice side dish. From Bon Appetit, November 2001.

    Recipe #491065

    Try this with any roasted meat or as a topper for crostini. Begin making it a day ahead. From Bon Appetit, December 1999.

    Recipe #491064

    This sounds really good. From diabeticooking.com.

    Recipe #491062

    Recipe #491009

    Tamarind paste, from a pod with a sweet-tangy pulp, is common in Hawaiian cooking. This recipe is from Huggo's in Kailua-Kona, Big Island, HI.

    Recipe #491007

    From The Orchid at Mauna Lani, Big Island, HI. I've eaten there several times and their food is awesome. Can't wait to give this a try.

    Recipe #491006

    Not sure where I got this recipe exactly. Probably from one of the Mastercook groups that I used to belong to. Sounds pretty simple and good.

    Recipe #491005

    Recipe #491004

    1 Reviews |  By lazyme

    From The Hot Dog Book by William Kaufman.

    Recipe #491003

    A sparkling punch that can easily by turned into a single sparkling drink. Just use equal quantities of cider and ginger ale. From Company's Coming Holiday Entertaining.

    Recipe #491001

    No clue where I found this one. I've collected potpourri recipes for years.

    Recipe #490999

    From the Hot Dog Cookbook by William Kaufman. Sounds like my grandkids would enjoy this one.

    Recipe #490998

    From Crockpot Recipe Collection at http://www.quickneasyrecipes.com/. I'm guessing at the servings because no servings were given.

    Recipe #490997

    From Bon Appetit, July 2003. Sounds good and easy.

    Recipe #490995

    Not sure where I got this recipe. I've had it filed for years and hope to try it out this holiday season.

    Recipe #490993

    From Simply Simple Italian 1997.

    Recipe #490991

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