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    This makes a quick dinner you can get it on the table in less than 30 minutes and it's easy enough for a work night. You could substitute Tilapia or any other mild white fish for the sole. From Sunset Kitchen Cabinet.

    Recipe #370736

    I can't believe this Emeril recipe is not on Zaar yet! Well it's here now and I'll be making it with my over ripe bananas. It includes macadamia nuts but you can substitute pecans, walnuts, chocolate chips or blueberries. Just make make sure to toss them in flour first so they don't sink.

    Recipe #370703

    Sure to be a hit from Curtis Aikens and the food network. I'm posting this for ZWT 5 -Australia.

    Recipe #370701

    Macadamia nuts first grew in the coastal ropical forests of northeastern Australia and were discovered there by Dr. MacAdam. Make these bars when you want to splurge. From The New Carry-Out Cuisine.

    Recipe #370695

    Looking forward to making this one for my next movie night. Recipe courtesy Popcorn Palace

    Recipe #370608

    It's important to use good quality white chocolate for these (not brown) brownies. They are very rich so you can cut them into fairly small pieces - or not! They are best made a day before serving. From Gourmet 1996

    Recipe #370606

    These cookies taste like chocolate covered macadamia nuts candies. It is important to not overbake these cookies and their centers should remain soft and chewy. From Sunset

    Recipe #370603

    A classic combination of Macadamia Nuts and White Chocolate kissed with Orange. From Christmas with Southern Living 2000. No need to wait for Christmas though, with a cold glass of milk or some tea, they are good anytime. Please allow 2 hours for dough to chill in the refrigerator

    Recipe #370601

    These can be served as an appetizer or if you are like me, eat them for the main course. You can also make them in advance and then put them in the deep fryer for a crowd pleasing passed hors d'oeuvres.

    Recipe #369842

    This can accompany recipe #xxxxx or serve it with roasted red potatoes, veggies, or crab cakes. It takes just minutes to make. From Gourmet.

    Recipe #369693

    These pretty little cookies have the flavor of orange, butter and walnut. The powdered sugar balances with a touch of sea salt. I ate cookie after cookie all in the name of being able to write this recipe introduction- or at least that's my excuse and I'm sticking to it. Wrapped in colored tissue paper makes them a perfect way to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. From Williams Sonoma Mexican

    Recipe #369116

    Pull out the surgical gloves for this one- lots of chile chopping that leads to great flavor, and a mild heat that tingles your tongue but will burn your fingertips! I made this for my own chile verde cookoff. My DBF chose this one as the winner, and I went with recipe #369095 as my favorite. I mixed the two together and shared it with my colleagues who eagerly ate some for lunch and then brought home little bowls to share with their families. I'm happy they thought it was good enough to share- I hope you enjoy it too! Chile Verde always tastes better the second day! Adapted to include less chicken stock (down form 4 1/2 quarts) From the foodnetwork.

    Recipe #369096

    This is the type of recipe that I usually just make by throwing in a handful of this and a bunch of that. I wanted to try a couple of recipes to figure out which one we liked best. I bought 10 lbs. of trocitos de puerco and tried 2 different recipes. The results? Depends on who you ask. I liked this one best and DBF liked the other one- recipe #369096 which leads me back to square one. This one has more complex flavors and the other has more pure green chile flavor. I mixed the two together and brought it to work to share with colleagues. It got rave reviews so I'm posting both recipes here. Choose which one suits you - or if you feel like cooking all day long, make one, then the other, then mix. However you make it, I'm sure you will get plenty of praise! From the foodnetwork.

    Recipe #369095

    Can't make it to Kentucky for the Derby? Put on your prettiest hat and make these cupcakes inspired by Mint Juleps. They have a fair amount of Bourbon, but not nearly enough to taste exactly like a mint julep- just enough to make them for the adults only. And no matter who wins the race, I BET you'll enjoy them! Adapted From the Blog Cooking and Booking.

    Recipe #368769

    This coffee dessert was even enjoyed by people who don't like coffee. A perfect ending to your next Mexican dinner. From Williams Sonoma: Mexican

    Recipe #368635

    This would be great with your next lasagna or spaghetti dinner. From Barefoot Contessa

    Recipe #368599

    Ina's done it again! A pot roast to please your whole family and your guests will leave wanting the recipe. It will make your house smell wonderful. Adapted to reduce the salt and pepper by 1 tsp. each from Barefoot Contessa. Make sure to use KOSHER salt or reduce the salt significantly.

    Recipe #368597

    I'm afraid to make this because I think I won't be able to control myself if it is in my fridge. Maybe you should try it? Bon Appetit May 2009

    Recipe #368593

    Perfect for Cinco de Mayo from Better Homes and Gardens

    Recipe #368382

    What do I serve my mom and dad after a hard day of working in my yard? Burritos made with these Carnitas. It's the best way I can think of to say "thank you." From Diana Kennedy's "The Art of Mexican Cooking" although not exactly traditional, this recipe was first published in Gastronomia Mexiquense, a collection of recipes from the state of Mexico.

    Recipe #368159

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