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    This is a wonderful dipping sauce like the one you'll find at Red Lobster, served with their Parrot Bay Coconut Shrimp. One of the times I've had this at the restaurant I was with a bunch of friends, and - on a whim - we dipped everything we'd ordered in it... and it ALL tasted good in it. Even the broccoli! :) From then on, we called it "crack."

    Recipe #115156

    This is based on Rachael Ray's recipe for Wellingtons ("Well Deserved, Well Dressed Individual Beef Wellingtons"), but I've also made them with sea scallops in addition to beef and they were astoundingly delicious. :) This is a *very* romantic dinner item. *grin* My husband was a big fan of this dish!!

    Recipe #115155

    Here's what I did with this year's St. Patrick's day dinner... :)

    Recipe #115154

    This is based on the recipe by Bob Blumer from the "Surreal Gourmet Bites" cookbook. This simple caramelization method transforms this much maligned veggie into a knock-your-socks-off side dish or sweet snack that you won't be able to get enough of!

    Recipe #115153

    A few months ago in one of the forums Zewbiedoo mentioned a basic recipe alternative to Grape Jelly Meatballs, so today I decided to give 'em a try. :) Her recipe was for 32 ounces apple jelly and 6 to 8 ounces yellow mustard. I, of course, had to fiddle with it and add other stuff. :) I made them for our gaming session and they went over very well, especially with those folks who really enjoy tangy, "mustardy" flavors.

    Recipe #115152

    We had some beautiful *huge* shrimp and some fresh sausage from Seattle's Pike Place Market that we wanted to cook for dinner, so here's what my husband did with them. He put together a sort of paella from foods we had in the veggie bin and pantry. It was absolutely delicious!!

    Recipe #115151

    The balsamic butter mixture turns these potatoes a nice, dark brown, and is delicious! You can make the butter ahead of time, chill it, then re-warm (30 sec in the microwave) and toss it with the potatoes just before serving. From Cooking Light, March 2005.

    Recipe #115150

    This is a "Farmers Market Style" potato salad from Nomi Kakiuchi in Seattle. Recipe appeared in article from Puget Sound Fresh Program.

    Recipe #115141

    From Chef Scott Simpson comes Blue Onion Bistro's signature dish! A rich, velvety macaroni made with blue cheese. From Bon Appetit magazine, March 2003.

    Recipe #115139

    When I saw Kathleen Daelemans making these on her FoodTV "Cooking Thin" show, I was pretty excited! As anyone who has eaten a lower carb menu knows, we do miss our bread and pasta dishes. But here's a gnocchi that's much lower in carbs, lower in fat, but not low in taste! Prep time includes chilling.

    Recipe #115140

    I love fennel, I love soup… so when this soup was recently featured on FoodTV's "Party Starters" prepared by Edison Mays, I snagged the recipe from the website and adapted it to my liking.

    Recipe #115138

    Not all biscotti are for coffee dunking! :) These biscotti are perfect for dipping into chili or thick soups and stew! From Cooking Light, March 2005.

    Recipe #114934

    A spinach and ricotta muffin - tasty! Posted by request.

    Recipe #114933

    I just *knew* Paula Deen would provide a way of making calorie-laden biscuits even more fattening. ;) Recipe from the FoodTV website.

    Recipe #114932

    I originally found this recipe on the internet, on Uncle Phaedrus' website. This recipe came from Marya, whose father (Fred Koss) made the tasty and flamboyant dish he reportedly got from a magazine sometime in the 1960s. However, when her father passed away the family was without the unique dish until it was located in her deceased aunt's cookbook collection, where it was titled "Chicken L'Orange." I haven't yet tried this recipe, but I emailed back and forth with Marya to get details and translated it as best I could into a more modern format - it's so unusual that I wanted to keep it in my collection and share it with you. It could be great for a fun retro dinner party. :) Marya made it last Easter and says, "I made a big ham and the equivalent of (I think) 4 ducks. My poor ham sat there completely ignored. The crowd went crazy for it. It was just as good as we remembered. As far as the purple, I'd call it more burgundy or maroon, but it's very beautiful..."

    Recipe #114931

    One of Steingrim's favorite dinners is rouladen - I make it a couple times a month. Rachael Ray's recipe that she got from her grandmother is quick and easy and very tasty, and that's the basic recipe I use. Instead of serving it with dumplings as Rachael does, however, I make sauteed mushrooms and mix them into the sauce. Delicious!

    Recipe #114930

    From "Simply Classic," the Seattle Junior League. The fishing and sailing communities in the Pacific Northwest are quite active, and recipes from the boat kitchens are much in demand. Simple, and delicious!

    Recipe #114929

    Adapted from "Simply Classic," by the Seattle Junior League. The Snoqualmie refers to many aspects in the area - it's a town, a river, beautiful waterfalls, and a local native American tribe.

    Recipe #114928

    Adapted from "Simply Classic," by the Seattle Junior League.

    Recipe #114927

    In searching what to make for dinner tonight, I took out a package of ground meat (buffalo, specifically) from the freezer, and found a box of elbow macaroni. Looked like Chili Mac makings to me! :) I had never made Chili Mac before (I just remember having it in the cafeteria when in grade school), so I took a look at what was here on Zaar… and was surprised not find many recipes for it. I put together a recipe out of what I found here and elsewhere online, but the below meat chili mac was somewhat adapted from Miss Annie's vegetarian Marvelous Macaroni Chili. Very tasty, very flexible! :) This is a Pantry Challenge recipe.

    Recipe #114926

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