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    Serve with crackers or bruschetta.

    Recipe #233191

    There is nothing better than freshly made risotto! Eat as much as you can while it's fresh - it's never quite as good the next day.

    Recipe #233160

    Portuguese towns and cities alike are incredibly proud of their traditional sweets and pastries. Sintra, a beautiful hill town not far outside of Lisbon, is understandably proud of this recipe. It is believed that this recipe dates from the 14th Century! The actual recipe is, understandably, a close-guarded ages old secret, but this is a close approximation that I found on the internet. I visited Sintra a few years ago and was amazed at how wonderful these tarts tasted! These keep longer than most pastries if stored in an airtight container. (I'm not too sure of the yield - what I have provided is an approximation).

    Recipe #230342

    I found this on the Foster's Lager website - sounds tasty and easy to make. You can use any beer, I'm sure, but Australian beer would add a special touch of authenticity to this recipe. Posted for Zaar World Tour 2007.

    Recipe #230061

    Recipe #229064

    Colorful and festive! Great treat to eat during the fireworks display!

    Recipe #229056

    I love pairing blueberries and chocolate. This is a variation of a recipe I found a while back on the side of a Bakers' chocolate package.

    Recipe #229055

    I know it sounds a little odd....potato chips in cookies? Don't knock it until you've tried it! It is an amazing combination, especially when you pair the salt of the chips with white chocolate...scrumptious! Use ridged potato chips (such as Ruffles) for best results. (I am not sure of the correct yield of this recipe...I am guessing about 2 dozen but I could be wrong)

    Recipe #229044

    Easy peasy stir fry recipe. Serve with couscous or rice. NOTE: You CAN add extra "heat" to this recipe (extra cayenne pepper or curry paste) to suit your own tastes. I have deliberately kept the flavors mild in this recipe in order to not overshadow the taste of the fresh peppers and cashews. I love spicy hot food, but sometimes a mild take on things is a nice change from my routine. You be the judge!

    Recipe #229036

    This dish proves that simple comfort food can be elegant. It's a scrumptious potato casserole layered with mock chicken, mock bacon and a basic herby white sauce. I've created the recipe for vegetarian sensibilities with the use of mock meat products, but if you are a carnivore, there's no need to miss out: simply substitute real bacon slices and 300g real chicken breast pieces. I do encourage you to go the vegetarian route with this dish, though - it's healthier and lower in fat and I swear nobody will know the difference!

    Recipe #226875

    This recipe appeared in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, December 2006. I have yet to try this but am dying to!

    Recipe #226832

    These fantastic peppers were the highlight of another rainy afternoon. I used vegetarian mock ground beef but you can use the real thing if you desire!

    Recipe #226625

    Use liberally and wantonly as an aphrodisiac.

    Recipe #226498

    This is an Emeril recipe - the correct title is "Poached Seckle Pears with Walnut Pound Cake, Blue Cheese Ice Cream and Rosemary Caramel" but I couldn't fit all of that into the title box above! To serve the dish, remove the pears from the cooled cooking liquid and place 1 on each of 8 dessert plates. Slice the pound cake into 8 (1/2-inch) slices and cut each slice in 1/2 diagonally. Place the halved slices on the plate next to the pear with the edges of the cake shingled. Place a scoop of the Blue Cheese Ice Cream between the pear and pound cake, and drizzle the warm Rosemary Caramel around the plate and over the ice cream.

    Recipe #223236

    Lots of fun to make and especially eat! I am a vegetarian, so I have substituted vegetarian "chicken" in this recipe and it was fabulous, but if you are a meat-eater you can use the same amount of real chicken instead with the same delicious outcome. I also used a combination of mozzarella and cheddar cheeses because Mexican cheeses aren't available to me here in England but if you would prefer monterey jack or other Mexican cheeses go right ahead and use them instead. These were soooooooo good. Enjoy!

    Recipe #222838

    Calling all cheese fanatics! Do you love cheese? I think I may have the sandwich for you. My local Einstein Brothers used to have this on their menu - if I recall correctly, it was around the year 2001. Back then, this sandwich cost about $6 or so, so I figured out how to make these for myself at home. This glorious sandwich has since been pulled from the menu, probably because the fat content is enough to induce an instant heart attack! Ha ha, just kidding of course. Anyway, I love this sandwich (in moderation) and it's very easy to make using a sandwich maker,grill or skillet. Bon appetit!

    Recipe #222239

    Serve this with walnuts and mandarin orange slices over spinach leaves.

    Recipe #221837

    A dressing that is low calorie and contains no oil or mayo. Easy to make and SPICY! Not for garlic haters - this will keep the vampires away! You can use red wine vinegar too. You can also double the recipe if needed.

    Recipe #221833

    One of my new obsessions - the combination of balsamic vinegar and strawberries. It's not for everyone but if it is your cup of tea, it is amazing! Make sure that you don't leave out the black pepper, I know that it sounds odd but it really brings out the flavor!!! This recipe is for cooking over the stove but I have also made this sauce before in the microwave with decent results.

    Recipe #221615

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