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    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A festive, warming dish to bring to your Holiday office pot luck party. Spicy and sweet turkey and broccoli stir fried with peppers, onions, ginger and garlic. Full flavored adding as much chili flakes to satisfy your heat tolerance. Served over brown rice in a casserole or plate over rice. This recipe calls for Hot chili oil which has soybean oil, red chili peppers, sesame oil, garlic oil and ginger oil or you can make you own.

    Recipe #403202

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Celebrate your holidays with cheese balls made with bacon and horseradish. Designed as a pine-cone, a wreath or a snow man. Yes you can just shape into a ball. The holidays can be stressful and hard to handle this Holiday Party Appetizers can be made 2 days before being served giving you time to take care of other things. This is easy and no cook if you use the jarred bacon bits. You can make all three with this one recipe or make all balls for gift giving with fabulous crackers.

    Recipe #403201

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Pretzel crust giving this pie a salty crispness. Filled with a creamy, rich chocolate flavored with coconut and tiny airy marshmallows floating throughout.

    Recipe #403180

    My Daughter Sam asked me to help her make a Turducken a Chicken in a Duck in a Turkey! Turducken is not difficult to make, but it is a little time-consuming. A sharp boning knife is essential. I couldn't take step x step of the deboning but there are many sight that show how to do it. http://homecooking.about.com/od/turkeyrecipes/ss/deboneturkeysbs.htm Or have your butcher debone the turkey and you can buy boneless and skinless duck and chicken breasts and thighs,

    Recipe #402607

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Spicy Baja Tuna steaks topped with your favorite guacamole. The recipe #400754 has chili's that are quite spicy and the guacamole is a perfect accomodante. My chili powder is very hot and fresh. If need be do double yours accordingly.

    Recipe #401020

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Rub on ribs, re-fried beans, taco sauces, or use chili con carne or stews, this chili powder recipe provides smoky flavor and aroma. Freshly ground dried whole peppers, spices and herbs.I used a mix of home grown and dried chilis. But do use your choice of large peppers like the Ancho chili’s are just the name used for smoked, dried poblano peppers, the pasilla, and the New Mexican chilis. Then mis with smaller peppers like dried cayenne peppers, chiltepins, habanero, piquins and chipotle peppers are smoke dried red jalapenos, and add a smokey complexity to this blend. The actual level of heat and quantity will vary from batch to batch because of differences in the peppers.

    Recipe #400754

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    So Yummy a must make and enjoy!

    Recipe #399904

    Recipe #399804

    Yes! Hot roasted chestnuts need only a touch of salt. But once cooled this is the way to reheat them adding more sweet nutty flavor. To roast chestnut check out Recipe #108746 or buy jarred shelled chestnuts. If you make a lot you can chop them and add to a stuffing/ dressing, soup or use in a dessert.

    Recipe #398926

    5 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Feeling down, have a hang over or just need a lift try this.

    Recipe #398920

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This Golden Roasted Sweet Cauliflower fragrant with rosemary, garlic, and saffron is submitted this here http://www.cuisinartstandmixer.com/recipes/index.php?recipe_id=2479 hope you enjoy and do vote for it!. It is topped with rich creamy roasted garlic sauce.

    Recipe #397983

    Perfectly cooked steaks, nicely seasoned with a rich sweet and slightly spicy glaze. The rib eyes should be room temperature so bring meat out of the refrigerator 1 hour before searing. Use tongs so not to puncture the meat. This serves 12 normal adults. 1/4 pound per adult. BUT if like my Husband he'll eat the whole steak himself. I just don't know how he does it! Leftovers are nice over a bed of greens and a blue cheese dressing.

    Recipe #397917

    5 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I blend fresh organic carrots, mango, onions, garlic, and a hint of lime juice with the Habanero. The result is a pepper sauce that harmonizes heat and flavor without the overpowering pungency found in traditional vinegar-based hot sauces. Creating a spicy but not overpowering sauce that allows you to spice your food without drowning out the original flavor. The capsaicin is not only hot on the tongue, it is brutal on the eyes or in cuts on your fingers. When preparing peppers you can wear rubber gloves to protect your hands and keep your hands clean. capsaicin has a way of staying on your hands even after washing. Safety glasses will help you avoid splashes or touching your eyes while cutting and cleaning peppers. The steam from boiling vinegar is very strong. Avoid breathing it. Cooking your hot sauce will help blend the flavors together, break down pieces of solid ingredients and pasteurize the sauce. It is an important step which should only be skipped if the sauce will be used up completely within 1 week. These Bottles can be processed and be bought at http://www.leeners.com/index.html for directions on canning http://www.leeners.com/hotsauce-about-bottling.html

    Recipe #397737

    Sam and I saw these being made on Sandra Lee show. So of course we had to make them.

    Recipe #397281

    Using box cake and can filling for ease.

    Recipe #397278

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Aah! The last of the figs from my garden. Thanksgiving is 1 month away so I added cranberries, ginger root, orange, and vanilla. Try it on your turkey or pork roast. Also great on scones or warmed over pancakes making a wonderful holiday breakfast.

    Recipe #397116

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    OK just the Brain Food here! This is a take off of my Recipe #106251 using a different method to keep it looking like a brain for Halloween. Do take note all microwaves cook differently so take care when roasting not to over do. Oh by the way cauliflower is Brain food! A recent study done by McLean Hospital, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School, suggests that taking a minimum of 500mg of citicoline supplements a day can help boost mental energy and efficacy. Citicoline, a natural substance found in all living cells, can also be ingested via cauliflower—a source of choline, which is converted to citicoline in the brain!

    Recipe #396674

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Chicken legs Coated with Infused garlic, herb, honey and lemon oil. Baked in the oven to crisp sweet tenderness.

    Recipe #396669

    6 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A Turkey dinner! Yes! Turkey sausage with butternut, apples, onions and cranberries. Flavored with crisp sage and garlic. For a quick and easy method look here Recipe #194908. The sausage can be removed from the casing and crumbled and cooked.

    Recipe #396271

    7 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I like to use this when I reach for salt, So I lower my intake of salt and kick up the flavor of what I cook. I used home grown herbs that I dried whole. Leaves that are loosely packed into measuring cups. So if using store bought do take note the amounts of the whole herbs would be a lot less. I guesstimate my 2/3's. Great to season any game, roast beef or roast poultry. Season roast veggies, stuffing, rice or potatoes. How about a touch on your eggs. I do like heat but I kept it down in this using only peppercorns. You can add chili powder to really make it hot!

    Recipe #396007

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