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    I was looking for an easy, cool, summer fruit appetizer for my August wedding reception. My family made all the food for 100 guests by ourselves, so I needed something easy yet memorable. I found this recipe on a "melon web-site", AICR. It was so simple and after doing a tasting of 3 different recipes, this one was the clear favorite. If you've never used crystallized ginger, you should be able to find it in the bulk food section with dried fruits. It is NOT fresh ginger, it's like a soft, sugared, candy. You can't mince it too fine because it gets pretty sticky as you cut it. You can use any kind of ripe melon in season, but I like honeydew and cantaloupe best. Perfect for a picnic, summer brunch or a DIY wedding reception! Enjoy!

    Recipe #169116

    These cookies are to die for!! I promise and so do all my friends, family and co-workers. I was looking for a thin crispy oatmeal cookie. I found a number of nice recipes and took ideas from many of them. On the third attempt, this is the recipe I came up with. Special notes, you MUST use parchment paper to bake the cookies on. If you don't they will stick to the pan and break (even if you grease the pan). The batter gets thicker as you add ingredients. I add the rice cereal last, so that they are crushed as little as possible. I have tried using more and less flour. Less flour and the cookies don't form. More flour and they don't get crispy. A special thanks to PanNan, who's Crispy Coconut-Oatmeal Cookies gave me the recipe's basic foundation.

    Recipe #168214

    Adopted this recipe...original description is as follows...This is a lovely rice dish to serve with dinner. I would suggest pairing with a grilled asian chicken or pork dish. Recipe adapted from: The Tribeca Grill Cookbook

    Recipe #168016

    This is a take on the Tuna Noodle Casserole my mom used to bake my brother and I when we were kids. It was the first meal I ever cooked for myself (when I was in college). Being lazy, impatient and hungry, I figured why bake it? The cheese must be extra sharp...mild or sharp just don't cut it. This recipe is so easily adaptable. Really like tuna? Use a bigger can. Don't like tuna? Use shredded chicken. Have broccoli you need to use? Use broccoli. It's definitely not low-cal, but it is quick and tasty comfort food!

    Recipe #166858

    I must admit I am not a coleslaw fan but this recipe, (I slightly adaptad from Bon Appetite), has become one of my favorite summer dishes. Mixing the cabbages keeps the Savoy from becoming overpowering. It is perfect for a potluck or bbq. I even served it at my wedding!

    Recipe #166451

    I adopted this recipe in 9/06. I would give it 3 - 4 stars. I would have liked more coconut. I love panko, but next time I would increase the coconut and decrease the panko. I couldn't taste the cayenne at all, so I'd double it. I also thought 375 was a bit hot, lowered to 350 and had better luck. I used a plum sauce for dipping. Overall just okay. The following text is the original description of the recipe....... These tasty shrimp will set the tone for any serious eating endeavor. Crisp and easy to handle, they offer a snappy blend of spice and sweet coconut flavors. For ultimate enjoyment, serve them with a crisp, cool sparkling wine. Fruity Riesling, Viognier, or Sauvignon Blanc is also recommended.VARIATION: Spicy Dipping Sauce, To add a little more heat to these shrimp, serve a spicy dipping sauce alongside: Whisk 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper into 1 cup mayonnaise.

    Recipe #149193

    Adopted this recipe because I am loving my new smoky paprika...the original description was the following...A sweet friend in the Canary Islands sent me some wonderful smoky paprika -- and this week, our paper published this great recipe from "Desperation Dinners" with a recommendation to try the smoky version of one of the most overlooked spices. One taste and you'll never see paprika as "just a garnish" again.

    Recipe #88229

    I adopted this great recipe...original text was....A fluffy meringue type frosting, similar to 7 minute frosting but doesn't require beating over the stove.

    Recipe #77221

    Adopted this recipe on 9/06. Love the combo of flavors and agree with the suggestions of the reviewers, a pinch of sugar would be good.

    Recipe #76261

    Adopted this lovely recipe...original description was the following...A great sauce for fish, beans, polenta or just about any cooked vegetable.

    Recipe #62735

    I adopted this recipe 9/06. It is incredible. The great reviews are not misleading. I don't get why the instructions tell you to trim the cake. I just chilled the cake for a bit and then spread the frosting on the sides of the cake. This will be my main chocolate cake from now on. I didn't take a great picture of the cake, but the one I took gives you a hint of how much I loved this cake. I didn't share it, I just got a fork and ate it for 3 days right off of the platter. The original description follows..... This is a super chocolatey buttermilk cake and icing. Very easy to make. This cake is "the" employee comfort food at the catering company where I work.

    Recipe #52840

    Adopted this recipe - Original text...This is a recipe from Mark Miller (Coyote Cafe). These are far superior and less costly than canned.

    Recipe #22215

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