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    Bobby Flay is the king of grilling, but here he utilizes the pan-searing method with delicious results. His recipe calls for Porterhouse steaks but you could probably use any good quality, thick steak. The pan juice is flavorful and a nice complement to steak. Be sure to use a nonreactive pan, such as stainless steel or enamel-coated cast iron. Uncoated cast iron or aluminum pans could react to the acids and cause changes in flavor. I hope you enjoy this easy and tasty steak recipe.

    Recipe #370205

    I could kiss Bobby Flay for coming up with this dessert recipe. I love the combination of blueberries and lemon. Trump that with a carmelized blueberry topping over a yummy white chocolate and coconut-flavored cake! Now you're talkin'! *Make sure to read through the recipe so you can have some ingredients at room temperature*

    Recipe #370123

    This is an all-purpose marinade used at The Black Dog Restaurant in Martha's Vineyard. I love it on chicken but you could also use it over meat, vegetables or fish. If using it on white fish, omit the red wine vinegar. It's great for grilling.

    Recipe #369996

    This recipe comes from The Black Dog Summer on the Vineyard Cookbook. Just buy the cod and parsley; and you probably have everything else at home. Such a simple fish recipe and it packs a lot of flavor. This is for garlic lovers! Note: if the breadcrumb coating doesn't immediately adhere to the fish, just pat it on. It works great.

    Recipe #369973

    This Spanish influenced recipe is adapted by chef Mario Batali. Tortilla Espanola is a very common, simple and delicious dish found in most areas of Spain. This version has a high ratio of potatoes to eggs (the way I like it!). You could serve this as a tapas offering, breakfast, a sidedish or a non-meat main dish. Enjoy.

    Recipe #369960

    This is a recipe from Food and Wine magazine. Chorizo is a Spanish pork sausage that packs a lot of flavor. Don't skimp there! The chorizo is cooked so that it crisps in it's own spiced and yummy fat. Then the rice is prepared in the same pot so it absorbs any fat left in the pan, which gives it great flavor. Enjoy!

    Recipe #369945

    Whenever summertime comes around, I look forward to making this shrimp recipe on our outdoor grill. I've served this to guests, alongside a nice green salad and a pitcher of margaritas. Simple and delicious. Note: You can try broiling the shrimp in your oven for about 8 minutes instead of grilling but I have never personally tried them that way. Prep time includes marinating in the refrigerator.

    Recipe #369889

    This is a recipe from a cookbook entitled, "Tapas" by Richard Tapper. It is a very accessible recipe for chicken legs and has simply wonderful flavor due to the sauce. If you are a huge garlic-lover, feel free to add more garlic. You can easily halve or double the recipe. Great served with rice. Enjoy!

    Recipe #369797

    This is a restaurant recipe that I modified slightly. The bourbon sauce is wonderful, either pooled beneath the chicken and/or drizzled over the top. This recipe makes a lot of sauce. You can save some of the extra sauce for use later or drizzle the sauce over your veggies! Great pecan taste and crunch. Make sure you adjust your heat, while cooking the chicken, so the pecan coating does not burn. Don't skip the green onion to sprinkle over the finished product, it is part of the whole taste sensation! This recipe works for a weekly night dinner or even for company. Enjoy!

    Recipe #361494

    This is a newer Barefoot Contessa recipe that we just tried and loved! There are few ingredients and it is very simple to prepare. The sauce is just delicious and complements the fish extremely well. Enjoy!

    Recipe #353528

    This is a Trader Joe recipe. It is such a delicious dip! I took it to a party and everyone wanted a copy of the recipe. The recipe suggests layering the ingredients into a pie plate or something sized similar. I made the mistake of thinking that was too big for the dip and used a smaller serving dish. By the time I was finished layering the ingredients, it was too full! I served this dip with pita crackers from Trader Joes, but you could use your own favorite dippers. This recipe looks unusual but it is knock out.

    Recipe #353485

    This is based off of an Ina Garten recipe, changed slightly due to personal preference. This is a moist and flavorful burger that my whole family loves. If you're tired of the same ol' same ol' burger, give this a try! You can either use an outdoor grill or an indoor grill pan. Can easily be doubled, etc..

    Recipe #337109

    I asked my friend for this recipe after eating it at her house. Everyone loved it, which explains why it was gobbled up within an hour! It's pretty simple to put together and it comes out moist and delicious every time. I've never tried to bake this in a bundt pan but I bet it would work. I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #337068

    This tastes just like the store-bought version. I make it every year, before Christmas, to give as gifts (and of course to keep some for ourselves!). It ends up being less expensive than buying from the store AND you get to say that you made it yourself! :)

    Recipe #337038

    This offering, originally from Food & Wine, is an easy weeknight meal. I love it for it's simplicity. Even though it is quick and easy, there is still great flavor due to the dijon, fresh thyme and parmesan. I love the lightly dressed salad which you can pile underneath each serving of chicken. If you like more dressing for your salad, by all means mix up a little extra!

    Recipe #321928

    This is a simple and versatile recipe. It lends well to any type of white fish, such as: perch, tilapia, whitefish, halibut, etc. It might even work well with salmon, but I haven't tried that yet. I love the crusty, delicious almond coating. If you can't find Panko breadcrumbs, you could try regular bread crumbs. I like to serve this alongside wild rice and a nice salad for a simple and pretty healthy meal.

    Recipe #321734

    This recipe is a little more involved but well worth the effort, in my opinion. This is a nice dish to serve when entertaining because it looks impressive. I've included a separate recipe for the mushroom sauce, which tops the chicken wellington. I really hope you enjoy this special recipe! *The prep time does not include 2 hours of refrigeration* Note: You can make the mushroom sauce earlier in the day and reheat while cooking dinner. It just cuts down on the amount of things you have to do at dinner time. ;)

    Recipe #321689

    This comes from a Pam Anderson recipe. I love creamy pastas like alfredos, etc... but don't like all the fat. This recipe is a great solution. By using 2 percent evaporated milk, instead of heavy cream, the fat content is cut considerably. The flavor and consistency is still wonderful, in my opinion. I love this recipe because: it's lower in fat; you can use left-over chicken (or cooked rotisserie chicken); cooking the broccoli in the same pot as the pasta saves an extra pot to wash, it's an easy one-dish meal! There are many variations you could try with this recipe, too. Notes: 1.this recipe calls for diced tomatoes - if you'd prefer a more traditional alfredo-type sauce, I think you could probably omit the tomatoes and it would be just fine. 2. Also, if you like your pasta spicier you could add more red pepper flakes than the amount called for. 3. I find it very helpful to have all my ingredients prepped/chopped and ready before I start cooking - especially for this recipe. 4. Make sure you reserve about a cup of the pasta cooking water - it helps to thin out the finished product, if necessary. Have fun and enjoy!

    Recipe #321548

    What I love about this recipe, is that it's possible to have lasagna within 30 minutes and only have one pan to wash! It's an easy weeknight recipe to prepare. Comfort food with ease. :) This is an adaption from Cook's Illustrated.

    Recipe #321529

    We love this variation of pork tenderloin. It's excellent served over rice. Delicious! The prep time does not include marinating, which is 2 hours. Enjoy!

    Recipe #281775

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