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    Chef's note: These bruschetta should be prepared at the last minute. Do use a good quality salt and extra virgin olive oil for this recipe as it makes all the difference in the world. I like adding slices of fresh mozzarella to this yummy dish. I got this recipe from Michael Chiarello's NapaStyle website. I love saving my favorite recipes on Zaar!

    Recipe #397706

    This lovely and satisfying main course uses light coconut milk, Thai red curry paste, and jalapeño chili for lots of flavor and spice. From Bon Appétit | May 1998.

    Recipe #391472

    This recipe originally appeared in TABLE Magazine’s Spring 2007 Issue.

    Recipe #391443

    This recipe doubles or triples really easy. I make it to take to office parties and family outings. You can adjust the amount of pepper to make it as spicy as you want. At our house, we tend to like things a little spicy, so I have cut the amount of pepper down so that it won't burn your mouth. Sometimes I use this as a substitute for potato or pasta salad. Try making it with low-fat mayonnaise for a lighter salad.

    Recipe #373018

    I clipped this recipe out of the Atlanta Journal/Constitution. This inventive soup is truly an East meets South combination. If desired, shred the meat from the ham hocks (if there is any after cooking) and add to the soup. The noodles expand and take on a lot of the broth, so if not serving the soup right away, wait before adding the noodles. If you want a more brothy soup, just add 1 packet of noodles. The spice packets with the ramen are not used.

    Recipe #372983

    I got this recipe from the "Shut up and Mangia" website. The author writes: "This recipe is my absolute favorite. I apologize, but I love cream sauce recipes. I know I’m getting up there and should slow down a bit but I can’t seem to help myself especially when it comes to this recipe. Enjoy!" Feel free to add sautéed shrimp, chicken or broccoli to this sauce.Serves 4 people.

    Recipe #369333

    May 2009 - Well we've tried this now and I have to say, "We really didn't care for it! Oh well, I tried!" The recipe was extremely bland and I'm not quite sure what else I could do to make it taste better. I added a can of drained mandarin oranges segments and that didn't add anything to it. I'll keep looking. ---------- I've been searching for sweet potato salad and I found this on COOKS.com. I wanted to save the recipe for future use since this is my favorite space for saving recipes. I haven't tried this yet, but all the ingredients looked interesting. Once I try the recipe, I will return and rate it.

    Recipe #369232

    I got this recipe from the "Shut up and Mangia" website. The author writes: "This recipe has been enjoyed by my family and friends for many years and now it‘s time for you and your family to enjoy it."

    Recipe #369214

    I got this recipe from the "Shut up and Mangia" website. The author writes: "This recipe has been enjoyed by my family and friends for many years and now it‘s time for you and your family to enjoy it."

    Recipe #369210

    I got this recipe from the "Shut up and Mangia" website. ZAAR is my favorite website to save all my recipes to. The author writes: "One of my old family recipes is this mostaccioli and cauliflower dish. My Grandmother made this dish for almost every occasion. It's different and delicious. I never ate ham when I was younger, so when I went to my grams house she alway made sure that I something other than the ham to eat. I'm the only one who still makes it. But, as soon as my cousins in California and New Mexico find out I have the recipe I'm sure they'll try to make it themselves. This combination can be made two ways. You could mix the ingredients to be very thick and creamy with no trace of cauliflower or you can mix it and leave larger pieces of cauliflower. Which ever way you decide to make it I can assure you it's a very filling dish. I make this recipe at least once every two weeks. The kids are just starting to enjoy it but I'm sure they will be making it for their children in the future."

    Recipe #369155

    I got this recipe from the "Shut up and Mangia" website. The author writes: "This recipe has been enjoyed by my family and friends for many years and now it‘s time for you and your family to enjoy it."

    Recipe #369151

    Mexican food lovers -- this casserole is for you. With a laundry list of flavorful ingredients, this dish is filled with spice and everything nice. You'll go from saying ole to oh yeah!

    Recipe #367408

    This recipe was posted in the Atlanta Journal Constitution newspaper. Zaxby's fans have tried to duplicate the restaurant chain's core dipping sauce. This one posted on Recipelink.com. Zaxby's co-founder Tony Townley took a look, saying the recipe was about half-right. Try it to see if you don't think it's almost right! The cooking time is the refrigeration time for this recipe since there is actually no cooking involved.

    Recipe #302553

    I'm not real sure how I came about this recipe, but I think I was watching the Food Network and someone there was visiting BB King's place in Memphis, TN. I had to listen really hard and this is what I came up with. This sauce is to die for! We make it everytime I fry catfish and there is never any left over. We even use this recipe for our fish tacos. Serve with a nice cole slaw. YUM!

    Recipe #302471

    This has really become my favorite place to store my favorite recipes. Not real sure where I got this recipe.

    Recipe #302464

    A little different twist on a wonderful dish. Serve with a good loaf of bread and a fresh salad. I can never remember who gave me this recipe.

    Recipe #300781

    This is such a lovely summer time quiche. The whole family loves this one. Easy to prepare. This is a crustless quiche. Serve with a fresh garden salad.

    Recipe #300414

    Mousaka is one of my favorite Greek dishes and this is a great twist to the traditional recipe. Cinnamon and nutmeg are authentic to Greek Mousaka, please don’t omit it. My family loves this meal, it’s so easy and makes a lovely presentation! The smells are divine! Serve with a great bread and a simple garden salad. I don't know who to give credit for this recipe, it's been so long ago.

    Recipe #300411

    What do you do when you have an abundance of zucchini? Another great rotisserie chicken and zucchini recipe.

    Recipe #300362

    I first ate this dish at McCormick & Schmick's Restaurant in Atlanta, Georgia. Once I tasted it, I had to go home and duplicate it. This is approximate to the original dish, if not better!

    Recipe #254305

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