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    My favorite recipe for delicious Asian dumplings. This is Tyler Florence's recipe, but I like to tweak it to make it my own sometimes... Add minced shitakes, more shrimp and less pork, a dollop of chili paste, scallions- whatever! Enjoy! (I love to use my recipe #312966 for this recipe!) ***In addition to the items below, you will need one package of 24 potsticker wrappers (wonton wrappers also work well) found in the Asian food section of most supermarkets. --Zaar was not recognizing this ingredient so I thought I'd note it here!

    Recipe #322862

    My new favorite salad. For those of you who are afraid of beets (like I was until just recently!) this is the salad for you to experiment with.... The earthiness of the beets is balanced soooo nicely by the goat cheese, balsamic and honey. Throw in the avocado and dried fruit and what you have is ridiculous deliciousness!!!! So, so, so darn good. *Original recipe adapted from a recipe found on recipegirl. AND....**Cooking time includes time to roast and cool beets.

    Recipe #319935

    Pretty much the most amazing flavors on Earth..... I snagged the recipe ingredients to this DIVINE dipping oil from the sommelier at my new favorite restaurant on the planet- Celadon, in Napa Valley. This oil is sooooooo darn good- just grab a fresh crusty baguette and dig in! ***(The ingredients below are not in exact measurements- add a little of this and a little of that until the flavors match your taste. If you make in a larger batch, it tastes even better the next day!)

    Recipe #305691

    This rack of lamb will knock your socks off! The dijon and herb crusted lamb is melt-in-your-mouth good and is sure to impress any guests at your table. Enjoy!

    Recipe #305661

    So cute and such an easy way to get your kiddies to eat a nutritious snack- or breakfast. Super delish on a hot summer day and a really fun way to have your kids help you "cook" in the kitchen. -Original recipe from Pillsbury Kids Cookbook

    Recipe #298865

    The easiest, no brainer, divine oven fries around. Simple ingredients, delicious taste. Simple, to die for fries.

    Recipe #298862

    The most unbelievable beans you'll ever try. Fantastic with chips or alongside your favorite tacos. Yummmmmm.....

    Recipe #298725

    A delicious, easy, foolproof recipe from Martha Stewart's Living magazine- February, 2008 edition. (You don't even need a roasting rack!)

    Recipe #294056

    This NON-EDIBLE recipe is named after the strange material that falls from the sky in Dr. Seuss' book, Bartholomew and the Oobleck. It's a really fun recipe to be used as a science experiment of sorts with young children. ----Is it a solid? ---- Is it a liquid? **It's a liquid until pressure is applied. Hit it hard and it feels like you are hitting a wall! Touch it gently and the material will flow around your fingers like water! **Have fun using different utensils to play- see what form it takes while using different cups, spoons, bowls, etc. HAPPY PLAYING!

    Recipe #289923

    A slight variation on a vodka/soda.... just has a splash of cranberry and a bit of fresh lime. Premium vodka is key. Enjoy!

    Recipe #281336

    A great, easy recipe thanks to Emeril and the Food Network.

    Recipe #274203

    A great recipe from the JL of San Diego's book, California Sol Food.

    Recipe #268240

    Delicious dressing found on allrecipes.com. It is super yummy on crunchy cabbage salads but can certainly be used on really any fresh raw veggies. Enjoy!

    Recipe #264767

    Delicious, easy and EVERYONE loves them! I know there are a few other recipes out there, but these pinwheels are to-die-for! The green salsa and the corn tortillas are the trick. Mmmmmmm.... and I mean it! --Use the amount of ingredients to your liking, you can't go wrong!

    Recipe #262241

    Glossy, delicious, perfect icing for those professional looking cookies that you LOVE to bake. You will be so happy to have found this easy recipe! Yum. (Oooops, repeat recipe- but still so good!)

    Recipe #259797

    A really simple marinade- which I like to use a couple of days in advance, but it's totally not necessary! A simple 2 1/2 hours will certainly do that yummy cut of meat some justice!

    Recipe #253879

    LOVE this recipe!! It's the first way I got my non-bok-choy eating husband to enjoy this FABULOUS veggie. DELISH!!!!

    Recipe #253679

    Ina Garten's fantastically EASY (we won't forget flavorful and juicy!) grilled lemon chicken. Recipe from The Barefoot Contessa Cookbook. (I love to serve this with a crisp green salad and a glass of white wine. -Yum!) **Time does not include marinating hours**

    Recipe #249450

    A simple, healthy DELICIOUS way to prepare everyone's favorite vegetable. It is so delicious served alongside fish, but let's face it- asparagus is so yummy with everything!

    Recipe #249449

    A fantastic spicy-peanuty-limey noodle salad found on the ever-so-great Mean Chef web page. A few steps to follow but so worth it. It's enough to feed a crowd who will certainly devour these delicious noodles! Hooray, Mean Chef!

    Recipe #249448

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