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    My first time making Jambalaya and my family absolutely loved it. I researched the Cajuns on wikipedia and came up with this recipe. It utilizes what they had available at the time. Enjoy!

    Recipe #238419

    I had this at Carrabba's Italian Grill once and it is to die for. Next to Charlies Steak house in Orlando it is the best filet ever. I developed this recipe on my own as Carrabba's wouldnt give it to me. Enjoy!

    Recipe #236492

    This is a simple dish that will have you making it often. Next to my lasagna it is the most requested by my friends and family. Have lots of garlic bread ready. Enjoy!

    Recipe #234455

    I developed this recipe after spending some time in Sorrento. There are hundreds of recipes for lasagna but this one to me and my friends is as close to authentic as I can get and still satisfy the American taste buds. Trust me you will love it!

    Recipe #232327

    I had this in Maui 8 years ago and fell in love with it. The macadamia nut is mild enough not to over power the fish as Chilean sea bass is very mild. I made some adjustments for proper flavor blending.

    Recipe #232319

    All my recipes are gourmet and require the freshest of ingredients. Usually seasonal. I developed this recipe through trial and error over 25 yrs. The season is coming up for this recipe. Enjoy.

    Recipe #228243

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