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    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 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

    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

    In this easy recipe, a pan sauce that incorporates lemon, capers and butter is prepared quickly and then served over pan-seared white fish. The lemon and capers balance the wine’s natural acidity, while the butter creates a silky texture to match the body of this Chenin Blanc. Simple steamed vegetables are a good accompaniment for the fish. Williams-Sonoma

    Recipe #417802

    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

    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

    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 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

    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

    Chicken tortilla soup with avocado is a dish from the Southwest that, typical to Southwestern cuisine, uses Mexican ingredients. Avocado is not always added, but it adds a fresh, creamy element to complement the soup's usually spicy broth and crisp tortilla strips. This dish can also be stewed for a few hours on low in a Crock-Pot to help develop the flavors. It's a hearty soup that can serve as a full meal instead of just a starter.

    Recipe #480372

    Halibut is a meaty fish whose silky texture and relative fattiness make it a great match for this Guigal Hermitage Blanc. Basil is an herb that gives an impression of sweetness without actually being sweet; creating a basil-infused oil provides additional richness. Cooking fish inside a parchment-paper packet intensifies its taste and envelops the fish in a cloud of fragrance that is released when the parchment is cut for serving.

    Recipe #417740

    In Tuscany, the word arista is used for a pork roast seasoned with herbs and garlic. According to local lore, the dish received its name in the 15th century, when it was served to a group of Greek bishops who declared it aristos—“the best.” Most food scholars dismiss this story, noting that 14th-century Italian author Franco Sacchetti referred to a pork roast as “arista” in one of his novels. But there’s no debate that this impressive dish will earn high marks wherever it’s served. Here, the rub’s fresh herbs echo the subtly herbaceous flavors of the Tempranillo. Williams-Sonoma

    Recipe #417741

    Pat Neely: Brother Tony has a terrific palate, and his true genius is in having developed the right “tempo” for the barbecue sauce–and, boy oh boy, he never lets us forget it! This recipe, which includes Neely’s Barbecue Seasoning and eleven other ingredients, became one of the keys to our success as restaurateurs. Now it can be the base of your own kitchen success. Memphis barbecue sauce is known for its sweet and tangy tomato base. This sauce keeps true to that tradition, striking a perfect balance between the sweet (they use brown and white sugar), the tangy (cider vinegar), and the tomato base (good ole ketchup!). Any self-respecting Memphis pit master will tell you that the sauce must complement the meat without overpowering it, and theirs does just that. At the restaurant the sauce is simmered for five hours, and we always taste the blend before cooking it, making sure we’ve got all the ingredients working. Over the years, we’ve learned that if it tastes good before it cooks, it’s gonna be outstanding after a long, slow simmer. The end result: an insanely thick, rich, and sweet sauce, and the perfect adornment for any rack anywhere. Note: We never salt our Barbecue Sauce because of the sodium content in the ketchup and because other ingredients like onion powder and Worcestershire sauce provide so much flavor. Since our sauce is mostly used on grilled items (that are seasoned) and combined with other foods (like Barbecue Spaghetti and Molasses-Baked Beans), we don’t want to end up with food that is too salty. So we err on the side of slightly underseasoning this sauce (although believe me, no one ever says that it lacks flavor). If your taste buds yearn for a little more salt, you can season the sauce–at the end of the cooking time–as you please.

    Recipe #405050

    Pat Neely: In the South, we have a tradition of ushering recipes from era to era and family to family. Secret sauces are passed down from generation to generation. That’s certainly the case here. Our Barbecue Seasoning and Barbecue Sauce have evolved over time, and the versions that follow have benefited from the contributions of countless kin through the years. Now that we are passing our family secrets along to you, it’s your job to share them with others. We enjoy changing up recipes and seeing what happens, and we encourage you to do the same. Who knows? You may come up with a secret sauce or rub that’s better than our own! Of course, the keys to full-flavored barbecue–indeed, one of the keys to any great-tasting dish–are fresh ingredients and spices. Don’t be reaching in the back of the cupboard for some tired old tin of paprika. You want great ribs? Start with fresh spices. Everyone down South knows that a good grill seasoning (or “dry rub,” as it’s called in Memphis) begins with paprika. We use the basic paprika that is not labeled “sweet” or “hot.” The flavor is subtly sweet, rich, and yet mild, so it blends beautifully with grilled meats. Sugar and onion powder provide a sweet and savory counterpoint. Keep in mind that you will be cooking over charcoal and hickory (or your preferred wood), which will add tremendous flavor to the meat. For that reason, this seasoning blend is fairly simple and straightforward. For the best flavor, marinate the spice-rubbed meats overnight in the refrigerator, so they can absorb and “breathe in” the flavors.

    Recipe #417823

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

    Recipe #302464

    Fresh figs and blue cheese are among the ingredients in this elegant spinach salad with warm bacon dressing. This is a great salad for a dinner party or special occasion meal.

    Recipe #453281

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

    Recipe #391443

    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

    Some spend years becoming a great cook. Others spend 25 minutes. This is one of our favorite easy weeknight dishes using ramen noodles. You can vary the vegetables in this dish to suite your own taste. Enjoy.

    Recipe #451174

    From the lower section of the leg, lamb shanks are a full-flavored but tough cut of meat. They respond well to slow, gentle braising in aromatic liquid, emerging moist and fork-tender. The shanks are first browned in olive oil to give them color and enhance the taste. The ripe, full-bodied complexity of the “Old Vines” Grenache will complement the wonderfully rich flavors of the dish, and the rosemary in the recipe will pick up the pine forest notes in the wine. Williams-Sonoma

    Recipe #417734

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