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    This dish is inspired by a wild rice salad recipe of Martha Stewart's. It is good cold or room temperature, but I prefer it heated up. It is better to make it at least a day before and refrigerate it. This gives the flavors time to blend.

    Recipe #339492

    May be done ahead of time and reheated. Serving size for this recipe is 1/2 bird per person.

    Recipe #339085

    Based on Alton Brown's recipe

    Recipe #314509

    Tweaked from a recipe found on Southern Accents website which came from Denise Gee's book "Southern Cocktails: Dixie Drinks, Party Potions & Classic Libations" Time does not include chilling the Remoulade

    Recipe #297700

    Trying to use up Easter Ham I threw this together using what I had in the pantry and fridge! Amounts are approximate, feel free to add more or less of any ingredient! Edited to change the size bag of noodles. I think it was an 8 ounce bag not 16 ounce!

    Recipe #294681

    Adapted from Nigella's Express by Nigella Lawson.

    Recipe #284927

    Same ingredients as the one already posted, but different proportions and presentation. Recipe from The Whitehall Restaurant in Williamsburg, VA. I never measure the chocolate syrup, so I just had to guess at the amount. I just drizzle straight from the chocolate syrup bottle! This makes a great dessert drink!

    Recipe #284277

    Adapted from Chinese favorites booklet from the grocery store. Original called for making lettuce wraps. I would prefer serving over lettuce or in tortillas. Haven't made yet - posted for Chinese New Year tag.

    Recipe #281605

    Adapted from a recipe I found at the Grocery Checkout aisle. Original recipe calls for pork over spinach. Our local Asian Bistro uses string beans and chicken is my favorite. I haven't tried yet - posted for Chinese New Year tag game.

    Recipe #281584

    From Chinese Favorites recipe booklet from the grocery store. Haven't tried yet.

    Recipe #281569

    Great as a dip or as a filling for enchiladas or burritos.

    Recipe #276474

    Recipe #276204

    From Southern Lady Magazine Sept/Oct 2005. I edited to change the amount of garlic powder. The original recipe calls for 1 tsp. but my family has found we like it better with just 1/2 tsp. Just a matter of taste!

    Recipe #276193

    From Southern Lady Magazine Sept/Oct 2007

    Recipe #275940

    From Southern Lady Magazine Jan/Feb 2008. Preparation time does not include chilling. Original recipe said it made 6 servings, but it is so rich reviewers have suggested that it makes more servings. I changed to say 10 servings

    Recipe #275375

    Rich yeast bread baked in a tube or Bundt pan. From The Southern Living Cookbook.

    Recipe #275322

    S'mores in mini muffin size. From Southern Lady Magazine Jan/Feb 2008.

    Recipe #275306

    From The Southern Living Cookbook

    Recipe #275232

    No one elses was exactly like mine and I wanted to be able to save it!

    Recipe #272566

    One summer I went to my favorite Italian restaurant and spied a bottle of Hpnotiq and loved the beautiful color. I asked the bartender what he could make me using the Hpnotiq and since he knew what I liked generally, he concocted this drink which they called a Hpnotiq Bay Breeze. My friends started asking for the drink Jewel gets, so when they reprinted their menus they named this the Mediterranean Jewel!

    Recipe #272286

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