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    When my daughter spent a summer in China, she told me about lychees, a pink fruit they would pick and eat right off the trees. I'd never heard of them, but found canned lychees in an international market and began a search for recipes using them. This recipe intrigued me because of the unusual mix of juices in the sauce (tomato, orange, and pineapple). It also calls for chestnut flour, which I've never used, but I've been told it's sold in World Market, Whole Foods, and specialty food stores. This recipe is from the Empress of China Restaurant in San Francisco, California.

    Recipe #426627

    Black-eyed peas, black beans, corn, tomatoes, onions and peppers in a zesty dressing. A cool salsa in the hot summer!

    Recipe #420404

    I found this recipe while going through some old files. It came in an email I received back in 2002. Says the source is "Lazy Recipes." I don't know if that's a website or a cookbook or what, but this sounds like a good recipe for the lazy!

    Recipe #420403

    From the River Belle Terrace Restaurant in Disneyland.

    Recipe #416104

    These sound like a great idea for our office party! Recipe from Aaron McCargo, Jr from Big Daddy's House.

    Recipe #400522

    So easy and so good! From Relish magazine.

    Recipe #398668

    From Sandra Lee Semi-Homemade Slow Cooker Recipes.

    Recipe #391392

    From Sandra Lee Semi-Homemade.

    Recipe #391363

    Popeye's is a Louisiana-based fried chicken restaurant chain. This recipe is from America's Most Wanted Recipes - Copycat Versions of Everyone's Best-Loved Food. For a serious bayou experience, add more Cajun seasoning and red pepper flakes.

    Recipe #388597

    4 ingredients! A little different from a traditional green bean casserole - beans, honey, worcestershire sauce and bacon. From "Oh Brother, Hold the Biscuits and Pass the Greens." The recipe as printed stated a baking time of 1 hour, but that seems kind of long to me. I'd go with half an hour like a traditional green bean casserole.

    Recipe #386616

    Savory and sweet! Start with a couple of cans of pork and beans and add Polish sausage, ground beef and bacon to make a quick and easy inexpensive meal. A little brown sugar and molasses adds just the right amound of sweetness. I've also used dark corn syrup when I don't have molasses.

    Recipe #381584

    One of my favorite Chinese restaurants in the Birmingham area is Mr. Wang's in Homewood. Our newspaper recently printed this recipe for their Mongolian Beef.

    Recipe #379905

    I love fried green tomatoes! These have a buttermilk batter seasoned with Old Bay.

    Recipe #378746

    Tasty and easy to make! Especially yummy on buttery croissants!

    Recipe #377918

    So good on a hot summer day! From Southern Living.

    Recipe #377906

    A copycat of Olive Garden's salad dressing developed by Food Network Kitchens.

    Recipe #373848

    Absolutely wonderful comfort food! From TOH - Country Woman.

    Recipe #373403

    From the Wichita Eagle-Beacon. Try it with different cream soups (cream of mushroom, cream of chicken, cream of broccoli, cream of asparagus, etc.)

    Recipe #367244

    Super simple casserole. From an old Junior League cookbook from Decatur, Alabama.

    Recipe #367239

    From "2001 Chicken Recipes."

    Recipe #363312

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