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    1 Reviews |  By larchie

    From Alex Grisanti in Wild Abundance - never tried, looks good.

    Recipe #459557

    1 Reviews |  By larchie

    When my husband makes mashed potatoes, he makes mashed potatoes - we have them for days on end. I found this recipe in the "Staff Meals from Chanterelle" cookbook and made it my own; it calls for making your own mashed potatoes, but I used the leftover ones. I am not including the instructions for making the mashed potatoes, as I will always be using his own ones (so sub your own recipe). However - this was an absolutely DELICIOUS take on comfort food, perfect for a chilly night. It also went very quickly in terms of prep (no making of mashed potatoes, remember), making it easy for a weeknight meal. We loved it, and I love that I could use ketchup on it. Every time we make mashed potatoes for something else, we're making this the next night (but I would also make mashed potatoes for it, it was that good).

    Recipe #443828

    5 Reviews |  By larchie

    Adapted from Southern Living, this is my new favorite way to prepare broccoli. Serve alongside a simple preparation of a meat dish.

    Recipe #438868

    I made this for supper club last weekend (theme was Mexican, loosely), and this was stupendous. First, if it is hot where you are (and it is sure hot where I am), this is a perfect appetizer. We all thought our body temperatures cooled off several degrees just eating. It is also tastes so, so good. My goodness. This recipe comes from Jody Adams, from the "In the Hands of a Chef" cookbook. This is also a two day recipe, perfect for when you are hosting a summer supper (you make most of it ahead, and just do assembly and cutting of the avocado right before). I am writing this as I made it, and I doubled it; it goes without saying you could easily halve this. I also make my own creme fraiche, and here is how I do it: I mix one cup of whipping cream with 2 tbsp of buttermilk, and put in a jar with a lid. I do this one day before I want to use it. I let it sit out over night and then refrigerate it the next morning - and then I use it later in the day (they say it will stay good for 10 days).

    Recipe #429680

    This has never been made by me, from Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken's Mesa Mexicana...sounds like it would be delicious!

    Recipe #428903

    I made this recently when our supper club decided to brunch instead of supper; everyone loved it. The recipe comes from a cookbook from one of the oldest and most loved New Orleans fine dining restaurants (Galatoire's); it would be perfect for any brunch or luncheon. It calls for iceberg lettuce, which I usually hate, but they insist on using it b/c the dressing works better, so I did. Also, use very good crabmeat. I am not including the dressing recipe in the ingredients/directions b/c it makes more than you need for this salad, but I am writing it out here b/c it is simple and necessary (and you will want to drizzle it on the finished salad): Creole Mustard Vinaigrette 1/3 c red wine vinegar, 1/2 c creole mustard, 2/3 c vegetable oil, salt and pepper to taste, whisk together in small bowl.

    Recipe #421222

    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

    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

    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 meant to update this a long time ago; we made this about a year ago (I am about to make it again, it is just slightly involved - dirties the kitchen - and the dinner is pretty fattening, so I want to avoid doing it weekly) and it was GREAT! This is yummy, would be good for casual parties.

    Recipe #341825

    3 Reviews |  By larchie

    My word, was this good. We made it on Monday and I am still thinking about it. I am trying to eat more salmon, and this recipe, along with the one posted before, are both terrific. I can't say enough good things about this salad, and with all the herbs growing in my garden to use for it...it was wonderful.

    Recipe #301688

    3 Reviews |  By larchie

    This is my great grandmother's recipe and a staple at our house for Thanksgiving.

    Recipe #267443

    1 Reviews |  By larchie

    Great tasting and easy to make salad dressing.

    Recipe #208449

    2 Reviews |  By larchie

    Absolutely delicious! I often have requests from friends to make this pasta salad at cook outs, etc. This recipe is adapted from Southern Living.

    Recipe #186560

    2 Reviews |  By larchie

    Here is one of my famous salsas.

    Recipe #183962

    Super simple, super cheap, super yummy

    Recipe #517547

    How we like our guac....sweet onion is wrong by all accounts, but we like it!

    Recipe #516794

    Another quick and easy recipe that is also healthy and surprisingly good. We are part of a meat CSA and need beef recipes - hubby doesn't care for the flavor of grass fed beef always, and recipes such as this make them gamey to him.

    Recipe #515986

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