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    Our family was swimming at a park in a small, New England town and, not realizing that it would close at 7 pm, I hadn't hurried about getting our chicken grilled. The ranger who apologetically told us that we were going to have to go commented on how good the chicken smelled and, when given a piece, told us he'd go finish up on the other side first so that we could have another 15 minutes to finish eating. Try this marinade on chicken, beef, pork, or even fish such as salmon or shark. But do look to see when the park is going to close. The rangers are only human. ;-) LOL

    Recipe #213299

    RSC#9 calls for Grand Marnier or Cointreau. Those are a little steep on my budget so I needed a way to get a reasonable-sized supply of a decent substitute. This lacks the depth and nuance of the real stuff so I wouldn't use it in a recipe where it would be the main flavor, but in among half-a-dozen other ingredients it works.

    Recipe #213142

    We love fresh pineapple but it doesn't love us back -- the whole family gets nasty acid burns on our lips and tongues. So I came up with this recipe to give us the fresh pineapple flavor we love without the acid issues. Great made outside on the grill. Great made inside in a skillet. Just plain great.

    Recipe #213140

    No, there aren't that many of them, though it is a big batch for a party-sized pit crew. With the Rolex 24, the Superbowl, and the Daytona 500 falling in the contest period we need some tailgating food! Fresh ginger and hot sauce rev it up while the corriander seed gives it that extra tenth of speed every team wants to find. But the kitchen crew chief won't be penalized for illegal flavor because the spicy-sweet, orange-teriyaki taste will fit the template perfectly.

    Recipe #211572

    Moist, slowly braised chicken surrounded by intensely-flavored vegetables and presented with a rich but delicately seasoned cream gravy. The restrained use of herbs enhances rather than dominates the natural goodness of the chicken and the root vegetables. If celariac (celery root) is unavailable you can substitute 2 stalks of celery but discard them before serving. Because the flavors are so simple quality is key. Skipping the sherry and substituting dried herbs instead of fresh will be OK, but it won't live up to its full potential.

    Recipe #211534

    ------This chili is vibrant with brightness of the chunky vegetables and the salsa combined with the expected richness of chili powder and cumin. Go hotter or milder if you like by substituting mild or hot Salsa for medium. I recommend cornbread and a salad to complete the meal. If you aren't feeding a crowd it should be easy to divide — or freeze the extra. People who prefer to avoid red meat can successfully substitute ground turkey for the ground beef.------ Note -- I originaly changed the title to "Chili-Spiced Lentil Soup with Chunky Vegetable" to reflect its entry into the Soup category of RSC#9. However, that's a very clunky and awkward name so I simplified it once it got back into my hands. :D

    Recipe #211504

    When I first moved to North Carolina I saw frozen collards in the grocery store but had no idea how they were usually prepared. So, knowing they were related to kale, I adapted my Italian-style recipe for Kale. One southern-born friend says its heresy but I say its delicious.

    Recipe #210539

    Growing up in the multi-ethnic steel towns outside Pittsburgh, PA produced some very interesting and deliciously unexpected combinations of foods and cooking techniques. This is what happens when a pantry full of Polish staples collides with the stir-fry technique. I first saw it at a church pot-luck dinner and have made it many times.

    Recipe #210530

    This is the first thing I'll make when our remodel is over and I have an oven again. So easy, so healthy, so inexpensive, and such a favorite with kids and adults alike. Pretty enough on the plate for a dinner party, but hearty enough to feed the guys on game day. You can substitute hot or mild salsa to suit your individual tastes.

    Recipe #210528

    A taste match made in heaven -- and easy on the budget as well. Easy to double or halve according to your family size. Sometimes we put it over pasta or rice, sometimes we put it in a bowl to dip our bread. Adding some cooked chicken or Italian sausage turns it into a full meal. You could even use it as pizza topping.

    Recipe #209952

    Forget the hot mayonnaise -- this is cheesy and luscious. People who don't like spinach-artichoke dip come back for more and more again. I've never taken it to a potluck without having to write down the recipe for someone.

    Recipe #209949

    I don't think that bought cole slaw dressing is really satisfactory -- generally too salty and bland. So I messed with recipes until I came up with one we realy enjoy. Being sugarless, its diabetic-friendly as well.

    Recipe #209944

    I got 10lbs of catfish nuggets on sale and I wanted a change from the usual breading and frying. Just enough bite, but not overwhelmingly spicy. DH wanted thirds so I guess I should have doubled the batch. Note: Catfish nuggets are a regional item mainly found in the southern US. They are the irregular odds and ends of broken fillets left over from the packing process. Either whole catfish fillets or any other firm, white fish with enough integrity to stay on the skewers can be substituted if you can't get catfish nuggets.

    Recipe #209540

    Where I grew up the standard macaroni and cheese was creamy, like the stuff that comes in a box. But my mom always made the custard version. Some places I've lived that was the usual kind and the creamy one was the oddity. Wherever you live, this is delicious! Make it plain or try one of the variations.

    Recipe #208573

    Because it’s too much trouble messing with lasagna noodles and making those careful layers. The quality of the chosen sauce is key. A friend of mine couldn't figure out how she could make the same recipe I did but mine was better until we realized that she was buying a cheap, minimally seasoned spaghetti sauce. Use more or less sauce according to how wet your family prefers lasagna. Lazy Lasagna is easy to halve or double, just adjust the cooking time for the smaller or larger pan.

    Recipe #208571

    Napa was on sale this week so I ended up with more than I could readily include in a stir-fry. I decided to search here to see if it could be used in a cole-slaw or salad but all I came with was a dozen variations of the same recipe that called for ramen noodle. I've had that at pot luck dinners and can't stand it. So here is what I came up with. DS#1 added the pecans -- he's got good taste for a 15yo, hasn't he?

    Recipe #208563

    A beginner-easy recipe that tastes harder to make than it is. This is one of my fallback, "I don't know what to make for dinner tonight," standards and the family never gets tire of it. The meat just falls off the bones! Its also a flavorful way to prepare chicken for use in the hundreds of recipes that call for pre-cooked chicken. With a family of 6 including low-carbers and hungry teens I usually double it in my 6qt oval but I wrote it the way I learned it 20 years ago.

    Recipe #207277

    This dish came from a long stare into the pantry trying to put together a meal when I didn't have enough sweet potatoes for all 6 of us and couldn't get to the store. But I had a bunch of little oranges the kids weren't eating. Sometimes necessity is delicious. ;) It's not as involved as the long ingredient list looks and I'm sure it would be easy to halve if you're not feeding a big family with hungry teens.

    Recipe #205465

    We love boiled ham. Sometimes I boil the traditional potatoes and cabbage with it. Other times I make this delicious, simple side dish. Its as easy as making plain rice but much tastier. When you're not making boiled ham you can do the same with chicken or beef stock as well.

    Recipe #205233

    I was asked to post this relic from my college days when the only cooking items we were allowed to have in our dorm rooms was a hotpot and a popcorn popper. Its about as non-gourmet as non-gourmet gets, but its cheap, easy, filling, and suprizingly tasty. Its tastier than it sounds and it still shows up on my table from time to time, much to my kids' delight.

    Recipe #203126

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