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    Seriously folks! This is the best banana cake you will ever have. It is super moist with a crunchy buttery/sugary topping. I had to twist an arm to get this secret family recipe from a co-worker. She would kill me if she knew I was going to share it with the rest of the world. You have tried the others, now try the best.

    Recipe #407471

    I can drink pitcher after pitcher of this stuff and can never get enough. You can't help but down it, for it tastes sooooooo good, especially on a hot day. You can subsitute any type of black tea (lipton, etc) however I have found the one listed in the recipe below tastes the most authentic. Do not change the steps or omit anything on how it is made - sounds crazy but it is the process and the baking soda that makes it taste the way it does compared to conventional methods. You will throw away your iced tea brewer after making iced tea this way. Dare to compare! This southern sweet tea recipe trumps all others and "IS FOR KINGS"! Enjoy!

    Recipe #411327

    I came across this recipe in a cook book, made a few minor changes and ended up with a masterpiece side dish. It is simple and very fast to make. You can also add some cooked chopped chicken breast and make it a main dish for an American version of Cashew Nut Chicken. Let me know what you think..........

    Recipe #304206

    Here is a copycat recipe for the Cheesecake Factory's Herb Crusted Salmon. This tastes amazing and is great for any holiday occasion too! Enjoy.

    Recipe #470483

    My buen amigo Pablo works at Chevy's and was nice enough to share this with me. He said you can adjust the number of peppers to you "heat" liking. There is no liquid smoke added like other knock offs claim. The key to the smokey flavor is the char-grilling that takes place first.

    Recipe #432666

    Delicious and bad for you! But who's counting calories. I got this recipe on the back of a frozen bag of boneless skinless chicken breasts. Enjoy the rich buttery mushroomy flavor of this winner. It would be selfish of me not to share this one. I hope you like it as much as me.

    Recipe #421718

    Medium on the heat scale for me (about a 6 on a 1 to 10), but probably too hot for most of ya'll! (I am in the process of developing a recipe called "Inferno" which will trump this one on the heat scale). This salsa has a very nice Habanero flavor. I developed this "perfect" heat and flavor canning salsa recipe after playing around with a variety of different recipes. The result was this masterpiece made exclusively for canning. This will make about 15 to 16 pint jars. You can buy the El Yucateco hot sauce at most Mexican Food markets, and if your lucky at your local grocery store in the hot sauce isle - Try not to subsitute this sauce because it is the "secret ingredient". It doensn't hurt either if you want subsitute a few under ripe tomatoes or some tomatillos to complete your 16 cups.

    Recipe #434559

    Great by itself or served as a condiment for lettuce wraps or with swordfish / mahi mahi steaks etc.

    Recipe #430990

    I found this recipe on another web site and thought it was good enough to share, especially since there are very few abalone recipes listed on zaar. This might be because abalone is not something you can just run down to the store and buy. You must be able to dive or know someone that does, and loves you enough to share. This might be especially hard for the people that do not live near the coast. This breading would be great for chicken or other types of seafood/fish too. I hope you enjoy.

    Recipe #406704

    1 Scoop of this salad, 2 scoops of cooked rice, your favorite island style meat, add a little humidity and some authentic Hawaiian music and you just might feel like you are there. I created this salad and thought it tasted like the real deal. Let me know what you think.

    Recipe #384781

    This copycat recipe is the real mccoy. Try it and you will agree. Very important -Be sure to use the Libby's Canned Pumpkin Pie Mix that has the spices already included or it will not taste good or authentic. I recommend to use a blendtec or vitamix for the best results. Enjoy!

    Recipe #470100

    I coined this recipe tonight by combing a variety of recipes, some good intuition and the result was a masterpeice bursting with flavor. It would be selfish of me not to share this one. Let me know what you think. Don't forget to wear the grass skirt when you make this one!

    Recipe #404627

    This recipe is very simple to make and is outstand as a side dish. I suggest to add the cashews at the time you serve it to maintain their crunchyness.

    Recipe #305669


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