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    This is really good and really easy for the results you get. I got the original recipe from Bon Appetit, and changed it a bit...you have a fair amount of leeway to add other ingredients to this, like chicken. I add the creamed corn to thicken the soup. I can't remember the exact can size, 16 oz could be wrong, but it's the "regular soup can" size. Sorry. I don't really know why I add frozen corn, maybe because I always have some wasting away in my freezer. It was the first thing I made my DH when we were dating...we got married last year! Was it the soup? Enjoy!

    Recipe #174029

    Recipe #173995

    Got this recipe from my mom, not quite sure where she got it...but it's yummy. Serve with lots of the salsa. I usually double the salsa recipe.

    Recipe #173972

    I got this recipe from Bon Appetite. It is really a terrific desert and pretty easy. I get tons of compliments every time I make it. If you can't find pre-made creme fraiche at your local grocery store you can make your own the day before (see directions below), ...tons of other creme fraiche recipes on Zaar. Check the tart as it cooks, if the top starts to brown too much, place a tin foil tent over tart. Be careful not to let the foil touch the tart custard, it ruins the look of the baked custard.

    Recipe #173971

    Nobody bother making this...it's pretty lousy, working on adjusting the recipe...sorry....

    Recipe #173970

    This recipe comes from Bon Appetite...looks good, been meaning to try it, but haven't. Posting for the ZWT II Grilled Chipotle Challenge, Mexico. I did not include marinating time in the total time to cook.

    Recipe #173968

    Found these in a Martha Stewart Magazine when planning my wedding...never made them but they look really good...Can be prepared a day ahead.

    Recipe #173965

    Danish Blue Cheese and Port sound like a great combo. This would be great for a party and will keep in the fridge for up to two weeks. Recipe is from Barbara Kafka's "Party Food".

    Recipe #171213

    Most saganaki seems to be fried with ouzo. Thought this might be a good alternative for those who don't want to "fry" or don't have ouzo on hand. Got this recipe from "Food Festival USA" cookbook. Haven't tried it yet, but it sounds good! Posted for ZWT II - Greece

    Recipe #171212

    My Norwegian great-grandmother Alice used to make this dish at Christmas. She didn't leave me the recipe! I remember she used jam in it. This is one could be close. It is from "The Best Recipes in the World" by Mark Bittman.

    Recipe #170721

    This looked yummy and easy to make. From "The Best Recipes in the World" cookbook. "This is a good recipe to use ordinary ham, as long as it is not too sweet; prosciutto or the like would be overkill".

    Recipe #170659

    This looks yummy, and soon I'll have a garden full of spinach to use!! So, until the spinach grows a bit more, I won't be able to try it...It comes from "The Best Recipes in the World" by Mark Bittman.

    Recipe #170655

    I haven't tried this yet, but I like the idea of the meat with cinnamon. It comes from Mark Bittman's "The Best Recipes in the World...

    Recipe #170645

    This is my take on Hummus. There is never enough garlic in the recipes I've tried so I really increased the amount. This is a recipe that seems to never come out quite the same. I don't adjust the garbanzo or tahini amounts but definitely adjust the amount of water for consistency, the garlic and spices etc. to suit your taste. This is a nice quick appetizer for pot lucks or parties. It can easily be made a day or too ahead of time.

    Recipe #170225

    I adapted this recipe from "The Pressure Cooker Gourmet", by Victoria Wise. You can substitute any kind of chicken pieces, bone-in or boneless. You would just need to adjust cooking time based on your choice. I actually leave the skin on, I'm weird and kind of like the skin, even when its "soggy"!

    Recipe #170094

    For all you pressure cooker addicts like me, here is a great recipe for weeknight dinners...the leftovers are great re-heated. Of course you can serve without the noodles for a smorgasbord or pot-luck. Adapted from "125 Best Pressure Cooker Recipes" by Cinda Chavich (my favorite pressure cooker cookbook). She uses dill in her meatballs, I don't like dill, so I make mine with thyme and oregano. You can easily customize the type and amount of spices. I actually add a liberal dose of Hungarian Paprika to the sauce. Definitely mince the onion, a bigger chop does not mix well, as the meatballs are small. The sauce is more thin than thick, so sometimes I add a little "Wondra". Enjoy!

    Recipe #170087

    This is my favorite cold noodle salad! I loved it so much, we made mass quantities for my wedding. There are some similar recipes out there, but after testing over and over, here is the combination that I think works best. I kept the recipe vegetarian, but I usually add cooked bay shrimp. You can add any kind of meat or veggies!! You can also omit or add more of the cayenne depending on your "spicy tolerance"! You can certainly substitute spaghetti for the Soba noodles, but Soba noodles really work best.

    Recipe #170042

    I was looking for a really good Pico de Gallo salsa. I came upon this fabulous Chilean version (Pebre) in the Moosewood cookbook. Apparently this is Chile's most popular side dish and is served with every meal. Awesome just with chips or with anything you'd serve with salsa.

    Recipe #169978

    This is my "signature" dish. Always get raves on them. They are a bit time consuming, especially if you decide to make your own Pico de Gallo and Guacamole, but well worth it. I sip on a margarita to make the experience most authentic! * I find that I barely have enough cream sauce, you might consider doubling it for ease. * Here is a recommendation for the order of prepping things... *Start chiles soaking (30 minutes) *Cook chicken (I just boil chicken thighs in chicken stock...they need to cool before you can shred the meat) *Drink Margarita *Butter 13x9x2 baking dish *Preheat oven to 350°F *Slice and sauté mushrooms *Drink Margarita *Make sauce *Make filling *Assemble *Cook and eat (and drink Margarita)!

    Recipe #169976

    **Freezer Friendly recipe. Freeze in individual portions in freezer bags. I added fresh cilantro once before serving because I had it on hand. Fabulous. I have a lot to say about this little recipe. First it is ugly, really ugly. A totally white dish. It does taste fabulous. Do not omit the garnish, it adds color and the flavors are important. This recipe was a great solution to a "Costco" dilema I encountered. I buy boneless pork chops in bulk at Costco and needed some easy recipes other than traditional pork chops. I found this recipe in Mark Bittmans "The Best Recipes in the World" and of course adapted it to my needs. It takes about 15 minutes max to make. Love that! What I especially like, is that I learned to grind my own meat in my food processor. You simply cut the pork into chunks (1 - 2 inches) and put them in the processor. Pulse on and off until it's ground. I thought it would be a big gooey mess, but it worked perfectly! The original recipe call for 1/2 pound of uncooked shrimp, peeled and chopped. I just substituted cooked bay shrimp and add them at the end. (You could certainly leave out the shrimp). I also worried about the pork being cooked through, but becuase it was ground it only took a few minutes!! Nam Pla is an Asian fish sauce made from Anchovies. It is like a light soy sauce.

    Recipe #169974

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