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    Absolutely luscious, and so-o-o-o healthy. It has been languishing in my file. What a gem! I believe it came from the "Georgia EMC Magazine". Fall is a great time to use up all the basil before the frost.

    Recipe #192459

    Printed in a newspaper about 25 years ago, we have treasured this recipe. In fact, my most effective threat to set things right in the family was threatening to throw out this recipe! It was attributed to Paul P.'s mother. It is borderline hot, fall-apart luscious, crispy skin with a killer gravy. I have made slight changes, such as using a 6# baking hen in place of a 3# chicken, but have adjusted the recipe accordingly. We like hot, so I use half again the quantity of spices but that is at your discretion. So here it is for your enjoyment, never to be lost or God forbid, thrown out!

    Recipe #519798

    Cut this out of a newspaper decades ago, and is still one of our special, favorite meals. The article stated it is Paul Prudhomme's mother's recipe, but that was before we hardly knew who HE was! As a testament to how valued this recipe is, I will tell you that my husband had one day pushed me to my ultimate limit and I threw the recipe out! Wow! That brought him to his knees! After another couple of years, I produced my secret copy of it. He never forgot the lesson! These days, we are more accustomed to highly spiced foods, and I therefore triple the spices. I also let it marinate, refrigerated, for 2 days or even a bit longer to really infuse the flavor.

    Recipe #498736

    I've had the recipe for many years and it always receives raves and recipe requests. It has a tantalizing oriental flavor. Colorful, elegant, and easy to prepare. I tend to cut down on the orzo and increase more of the "good stuff".

    Recipe #101659

    Startling but addictive. A crisp, not-too-sweet, but spicy cookie, particularly if you up the peppercorns and other spices. The dough is easy to work and makes a large quantity.

    Recipe #443842

    My d.h. HATES cabbage, but I just had to try this. It lives up to it's title! Luscious! AND healthy. He even agrees. Yee ha! It originates, I believe, from Molly Stevens' "All About Braising..." by way of the Atlanta Journal Constitution. There is nothing to it and after you make it once you don't need the recipe.

    Recipe #156767

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