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    I saw Melissa make these on the Next Food Network Star show and wanted to try these for my family. Quicker baking time with the smaller portions. NOTE: I layered the potatoes, cheese, seasonings and onion several times and cooked it closer to an hour in my oven.

    Recipe #385071

    There was a chain of Italian restaurants in the Columbus, Ohio area that had this awesome salad as their house salad. I don't like blue cheese, so asked for it to be omitted, but loved the combination of bacon, lettuce and dressing. When the salad was brought to the table, they then offered fresh ground black pepper. I think this recipe was posted in the Columbus Dispatch Newspaper. NOTE: Due to this being a restaurant recipe, it makes a alot of dressing, about two cups, so you might want to cut the amount of dressing to 1/4 or 1/2 of this recipe.

    Recipe #222166

    I found this recipe in the "The Barbecue Bible" by Steven Raichlen. Posting for ZWT 4.

    Recipe #304629

    Found in "The BBQ Bible" and I am posting it for North Africa ZWT 6, so untried by me. Here is a quick, simple version of harissa. Serve it alongside grilled lamb or kebabs.

    Recipe #424892

    I found this recipe on MyGourmetConnection.com and here is what was stated about this recipe: "The Columbia Restaurant is an authentic Spanish/Cuban restaurant with seven locations in the state of Florida, including one in the Orlando area near Walt Disney World. The original opened in the Ybor City district of Tampa in 1905. Their signature salad, The 1905, is legendary and the proprietors are kind enough to share the recipe on their website. We've adapted it a little to suit our taste and served it along with crunchy Smoked Paprika-Manchego Croutons. The croutons themselves, sound awesome but knowing how good the salad is at the restaurant and adding them to it has to be over the top. This serves 2 as a dinner salad and 4 for a first course dish.

    Recipe #473755

    This is a recipe that is in the BBQ Bible by Steven Raichlen that he says "despite the name, this recipe comes from India, not Afghanistan. It's the specialty of New Delhi's famous Karim restaurant." Note: Make sure to allow 4-6 hours to strain yogurt and 4-6 hours to marinade the chicken.

    Recipe #482020

    This is a recipe "By Three Guys From Miami Cook Cuban" that I adapted a tiny bit. Here is what they state: "Giant Cuban meatballs that put many Italian meatballs to shame!" I can't wait to try this version of meatballs, sounds delicious!! I am posting this for ZWT 9, so untried by me at this time.

    Recipe #504820

    A recipe I found on King Arthur Flour site. I usually buy the store pre-made pie crusts but want to try my hand at home-made crusts, so will update this recipe once I make the recipe. Tip: If you use salted butter, reduce the salt in the recipe to 1/2 teaspoon.

    Recipe #474360

    A recipe that I found at Taste of Home that I can't wait to try, will update once I have made it. Here is what the author states: "I've had this unique recipe for years. It's always a hit at our house because it combines eggs, bacon, cheese, vegetables and bread all in one pan. I enjoy cooking for my husband of 31 years, two sons, one daughter and two grandsons." I will probably leave the mushrooms out due to other family members not liking them.

    Recipe #480368

    If you have difficulty finding turkey tenderloins, substitute boneless, skinless chicken breasts. This is a recipe I found in my Cuisine at Home Magazine and posting for safe keeping.

    Recipe #345366

    A recipe I found on the BBC's show "Cooked in Africa" by Justin Bonello. I love Amarula and this sounds fantastic!!! He doesn't state the serving amount, so mine is a guess based on my 7 oz. ramkins.

    Recipe #456719

    This is a recipe that I found in Taste of Home Magazine. This is a hearty filling breakfast and so tasty!!! You can change the bacon to ham or sausage and add red/green pepper if you like.

    Recipe #452189

    Another recipe found on Taste.com.au while searching for recipes for the Australia leg of ZWT. Here is what was stated: A delicious combination of butter, oats, golden syrup and coconut, it's no wonder these biscuits are an Aussie classic!

    Recipe #483045

    A recipe I found on Taste.com.au to post here for Australia's leg of ZWT.

    Recipe #483147

    A recipe untried by me but I am posting for ZWT - Spain. I found this recipe on "About.com" and here is what was stated: This potatoes and cheese recipe is from the region Aragon, in northeast Spain. It is easy, and uses ingredients that are probably in your pantry – potatoes, eggs, milk, cheese and bacon. Moist, not runny, this dish has solid consistency – a bit like a layered Spanish potato omelet with bacon. Note: If sheep cheese is unavailable, use another sharp cheese, such as aged Monterey Jack.

    Recipe #483327

    This is another recipe found for ZWT Event from Steven Raichlen's "The Barbecue Bible". This is what he states in the intro: Matambre (literally, "hunger killer") refers both to a cut of meat and to the series of dishes that are made from it. The cut, which doesn’t exist in North America, is a large, 1/2-inch-thick rectangular muscle from the chest of the cow. Tough but flavorful, matambre is always served well done: the prolonged cooking helps break down the tough meat fibers. The simplest version of matambre-the one served as an appetizer at estancias (ranches) and steak houses in Argentina-consists of the flat piece of the meat sprinkled with spices, grilled, and cut into 1-inch squares to be served on toothpicks. To re-create it in North America, I like to use skirt steak. Skirt steak is a smaller cut than matambre, but the thinness and muscle structure are similar. Skirt steak is more tender, however, so you don’t need to cook it as long. NOTE: Need to allow at least 4 hours to marinade but overnight is best.

    Recipe #456478

    This is a recipe from the famous Cuban "Columbia Restuarant" site. There are several restaurants here in the Tampa area and a few other major Florida cities. My DS's girlfriend just loves this restaurant, so I looked online for their recipes and found them on their own site. Serve this along with the "Columbia Salad" recipe I posted, recipe#473755 for a true experience.

    Recipe #483926

    I found this recipe in a Simple and Delicious magazine and am posting for safe keeping. I liked the mixture of ingredients for the sauce that is added to the fried wings.

    Recipe #421164

    A great sounding recipe from TOH that I am posting for ZWT 6. The description states: You’ll love the great flavor and easy preparation of Trisha Kruse’s fresh side dish. The Eagle, Idaho cook tosses bright green beans in a sweet sauce with a subtle kick.

    Recipe #423141

    A recipe I found on-line at Mr.food.com for easy Chinese recipes. Here is what is stated about the recipe: "These Asian Marinated Pork Chops will melt in your mouth, and each bite is packed with great taste!" Sounds delicious and was highly rated so I decided to post for the CQ 2014, China region.

    Recipe #518223

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