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    KHAO = Rice PHAD = Fried PU = Crab...... This is an easy to make mild and delicious side dish that goes well with any Asian meal.

    Recipe #359489

    This tasty(if unhealthy)recipe is one I've used during Stampede Breakfasts for years. These are real "stick to the ribs" western flap-jacks that will wreck any diet in seconds. I've always had a large electric or very large gas griddle to use, but one that will cook 4 at a time will do as well. Can be eaten with your hands, but not with syrup!!

    Recipe #359415

    This is the result of years of trying to create the best Caesar dressing in the world & I believe this recipe comes very close. (Bold, don't you think?)

    Recipe #26431

    I'm just learning to make North African and Middle Eastern flavors. I won't say these are an authentic recipe, but they are good. Serve in a pita with fresh lettuce, onion, and tomato, or as an appetizer. They're good with tzatziki or donair sauce.

    Recipe #368710

    A great side dish for BBQ. Just be sure to sleep in separate rooms the following night...

    Recipe #359485

    Moules à la Marinière is a very popular dish in all of France, but are especially loved in the towns and villages along the coast. My version is one similar to one I tried in Marseilles, it is creamy and is different from others due to the addition of curry to the sauce

    Recipe #359471

    Phead = Spicy; Ped = Duck; Yang = Roast Roasted duck with red curry is a meal the Thai people usually have only on special occasions. You can find fresh lychee at any asian market and many regular markets. If you cannot find it you can use either canned lychee or small grapes instead. This will make your curry taste a bit more sour but still delicious.

    Recipe #359466

    Pork Satay (Moo Satay) is marinated grilled pork on a skewer. This tender and aromatic appetizer is dipped in peanut sauce and served with a cucumber salad.

    Recipe #359460

    There are many different soups found in Thailand, made with all types of seafood, poultry and meats. The one thing they all have in common is that intriguing flavor that is simultaneously sour, salty and spicy. Thais call this flavor Yum. Yum is perhaps the most important flavor in Thai cooking. You may recognize the word "Yum" in Thai dishes like Yum Nuea (spicy beef salad) and of course tom yum soup. The ingredients that give us this magical combination are the basics of the Thai kitchen. Salt is rarely used; instead there is fish sauce (nam pla), a liquid made from salted fermented fish. It doesn't sound very appetizing, but it is indispensable in Thai cooking.

    Recipe #359414

    This is my take on the famous Thai dish, the real version of which I have enjoyed in Thailand on several occasions. Pad Thai is probably the most popular Thai noodle dish in the world. Like many Thai dishes it is sweet, sour, and salty all at the same time(a taste called "YUM"). Those of us that like our food spicy can put a little kick in this dish with ground chili.

    Recipe #359404

    Khao = Rice; Moo = Pork; Dang = Red..... Although Khao Moo Dang is traditionally a Chinese dish, the Thai people have been enjoying it for a great many years and have made changes to the basic recipe; making it more to their taste. If you like the Chinese version this one makes for a nice change.

    Recipe #359392

    MOTOYAKI - Japanese cusine. baked food topped with a mayonnaise-based sauce served in an oyster shell. Anyone who's ever been to a Japanese restaurant or Sushi bar and had this baked treat wishes they had a recipe that they could use at home. I've created this from several recipes I managed to acquire from local Japanese restaurants. Now all you have to do is learn how to shuck a large oyster that really doesn't want to let you in.

    Recipe #355911

    I was given a "crock-Pot" and decided to use it, so sue me! This recipe can be used for "Beef on a Bun" with the sauce as dip, and if you flake the meat and add the sauce it makes good "Sloppy Joes"

    Recipe #49442

    What more can I say? There's beer in it. Mmm Beer...

    Recipe #49441

    My friends in N'awlins inform me that "river cat" is better then the farmed fish so do try to get it if you can so they won't use the doll that looks like me.

    Recipe #49440

    This is a fairly hot dish. Regular hot sauce can be used in the place of Habanero sauce. But Why?

    Recipe #49439

    I'm told Chicken Fried Steak is the Official State Dish of Texas. I hope I don't offend any Texans with this version.

    Recipe #49438

    A simple New England style crab cake that's easy and good.

    Recipe #49437

    I've used this recipe for years and added the pesto at the request of a chef friend. He is right at times.

    Recipe #49436

    You like Southwestern? You like Japanese? You like NE shellfish? Can you say Fusion?

    Recipe #49435

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