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    1 Reviews |  By larchie

    This dressing is extremely popular in Jackson, Mississippi, and is great on salads, but also as a dip for all sorts of meats. It is sort of similar to Thousand Island, but much, much better.

    Recipe #413278

    Yummy comfort food for a Sunday evening, this is our take on the GA/SC classic; serve it over white rice (and don't skip on the raisins, they make a big impact even if you don't normally like raisins - they're totally different here).

    Recipe #410668

    This is super easy, super quick, super healthy, and super, super, super delicious. I found white miso paste at my local grocery co-op, but I didn't see it in the regular supermarket; I am sure Asian markets would have it. Sesame oil is also key, you must get it, don't sub.

    Recipe #410666

    1 Reviews |  By larchie

    I like this as comfort food - it isn't gourmet, but it is easy to make, and I like the taste of it pretty all right, especially when I am in the mood for Mexican. The key to this recipe is getting GOOD enchilada sauce - you won't be happy with the normal, Americanized El Paso brand, etc. Go to the Mexican food aisle and get some of their sauce. Additionally, good corn tortillas are also very, very important, and the cheaper ones are rubbery (mission brands aren't good). All spice amounts are general, and should be modified to taste ( you should start with less and build the sauce up to the taste you like with these seasonings). This will be pretty mild as suggested, I would start with what is below and build from there.

    Recipe #410255

    We made this last night and it was delicious. You might want to add some additional jalapenos or canned chili peppers for more heat.

    Recipe #402529

    4 Reviews |  By larchie

    We made this last night and it was fantastic; it came from a recent magazine recipe, but we made some changes (per reader feedback) and I wanted to jot down how I did it - it was very, very good, but keep in mind - you can't forget the lemon. It wasn't as good til we added lemon (which was supposed to be in there but I forgot). It is fairly spicey, I would adjust spice levels to taste. Also, serve this over basmati rice.

    Recipe #402229

    1 Reviews |  By larchie

    This is good, and I like the unusual mix of ingredients, but I will stop short of saying this is the best recipe I have; however, I like it enough that I want to post it here so I can remember to cook it. Incidentally, I cooked the catfish with the basil cream sauce recently, YUM.

    Recipe #397603

    Untried, but from Jody Adams; looks good and healthy. Update: we made this the other night, and it was great! I really liked the kick from the cranberries I must say, plus the walnut crunch. My husband called it a keeper, and I agree. This is up there with my three other fave salmon recipes I have posted on here: salmon chowder, miso salmon, and the salmon salad.

    Recipe #397601

    Again, from a recipe book, never made, but looks good and want to have here should I want to make it....and I need more catfish in my diet (maybe)...

    Recipe #397582

    OMG, yummy, yummy crawfish dip, perfect for parties....serve with crusty french bread!

    Recipe #397578

    1 Reviews |  By larchie

    Slow Cooker Rick Bayless recipe, from his website....we made this the other Sunday and it was fab!!!

    Recipe #397359

    1 Reviews |  By larchie

    Made this a few years ago from one of my favorite diet cook books, and I remember it being really good; if I post it on here, I will remember it as a dish for when I am looking to see what to cook for dinner one night (or weekend, as it takes a while to cook). The "Italian" in the pot roast refers to the herbs used.

    Recipe #397358

    2 Reviews |  By larchie

    On a quest to work more salmon into our diets, and to look for good winter recipes, I put this down - and IT IS FANTASTIC. I agree with the reviewer who also called it a budget stretcher - it is that, too. We are all about this salmon chowder now.

    Recipe #397356

    I made this for a potluck the other night and it got rave reviews; I am posting the recipe as I made it, but I wonder if you could make it with half the butter to make it more healthy - it seems like you could. This is great for parties, nonetheless.

    Recipe #396887

    Recipe #396841

    This recipe is so simple, it is embarrassing, but this is the way my mother makes baked beans, and they're awesome....and they're always a hit at cook outs.

    Recipe #396840

    This has become my favorite summertime way to make asparagus - great with a grilled fish or steak!

    Recipe #381890

    1 Reviews |  By larchie

    This is a recipe which makes for fabulous party food; you can make it ahead of time (in fact, you have to), and everyone loves it. Simply serve it in a pretty bowl with toothpicks, skewers, or forks for serving. This has become a new staple as the perfect hors douvre.

    Recipe #379733

    I love southwestern salads and cilantro-lime vinaigrettes in restaurants, yet I can't seem to make one at home I love as much! This is from the latest issue of Cooking Light, and looks like it would be good....will report on that later, I have never made it, but plan to soon.

    Recipe #379670

    I make this on one night, and "Tacos Al Pastor" on the second night because the two recipes share a lot of ingredients, but taste nothing alike. Tacos Al Pastor also requires overnight marinating, so this dish can be made the day the ingredients are purchase, while Tacos Al Pastor marinates for the second night. This recipe is also super healthy.

    Recipe #379667

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