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    What can I say? A gallon of Bloody Marys that's good for a party!

    Recipe #85476

    This is hot, as in spicy hot. If you don't like hot then this may not be your cup of tea. I found this in the Chicago Tribune, again, one of my favorite sources of really good recipes, the columnist said it was inspired by a Rick Bayless recipe. I loved it, my husband (not a lover of HOT) only liked it. *Achiote paste can be found in well-stocked grocery stores or in Mexican grocery stores...OR you can make your own, there are a couple of recipes here for it.

    Recipe #156120

    I didn't care for acorn squash until I tried this recipe.

    Recipe #76433

    This is a wonderful grilled, Autumn side dish and especially good for Thanksgiving when, well for me anyway, my oven is full of other things and you can make your grill an extension of your kitchen. I received this recipe amongst a bunch of others that I got when I bought my Weber grill.

    Recipe #174281

    This recipe came about after a trip to Mississippi, New Orleans and Alabama...had a pie in a restaurant in Alabama that was awesome but they wouldn't give me the recipe. This was the closest I could come to duplicating it.

    Recipe #55039

    I know it's an odd ingredient for a cake but the pureed pork and beans add a nice flavor, additional sweetness and keep the cake moist. I found this in the 'Swap Shop' column of the Chicago Sun-Times.

    Recipe #69554

    I tried this slightly different way of cooking ribs when rain washed out our BBQ. We couldn't believe how tender and tasty these turned out and the method is quite easy as well.

    Recipe #95414

    I found and made this recipe today...this pie is SO good! The recipe comes from Midwest Living's April 2003 issue, originally from the M&M Cafe in Monticello, Wisconsin.

    Recipe #58145

    A terrific side dish to serve with ham or roast chicken. This comes from chefs Rick Tramonto and Gale Gand but I found it in the Chicago Tribune some years ago. It's quite spicy so if you do not care for garlic, cumin or paprika please keep looking for a recipe that would suit you better than this one does :)

    Recipe #82434

    I found this in the Chicago Tribune...haven't had a chance to try it yet but it looks really good.

    Recipe #62566

    Ann Sathers Restaurant is a Chicago institution that is famous for wonderful Scandinavian dishes and their cinnamon rolls. This is the recipe for the rolls....there is nothing more comforting than a cold, snowy Sunday morning and these rolls baking in the oven.

    Recipe #81875

    There's already a couple of recipes on here for poached eggs but the technique for this one is a bit different and it works!

    Recipe #284518

    I'm always looking for new, different, dishes to have as sides for BBQs. I loved this one because it's so easy to throw together without too much chopping and mixing. I found this in an old Cooking Light special edition.

    Recipe #94187

    We eat a lot of chicken and I'm always looking for new ways to fix it. My husband loves apple butter so when I found this recipe in The Chicago Tribune, I had to try it! The instructions are for cooking indoors, on a grill pan, but I cooked it outdoors on my gas grill.

    Recipe #184304

    This is a terrific cocktail to serve at a Halloween party!

    Recipe #192597

    My Aunt's recipe. She served this with grilled sausages and it was perfect. It's important to rinse the sauerkraut really well to remove all the salt and vinegar.

    Recipe #241074

    Recipe #70051

    You could serve this with a scoop of vanilla ice cream but it also stands alone just fine.

    Recipe #173009

    Since my husband's 'almost heart attack' in April, we've had to change our diet. He LOVED his morning coffee break, complete with cupcake and I had to find a substitution for the unhealthy ones that he was buying at the convenience store. This cupcake recipe, which I found in 'The Wellness Lowfat Cookbook' from UCB, is much better for him. Substitute dried pears or mixed dried fruit for the apples if you wish.

    Recipe #179702

    This smells great while it's cooking and is really nice served warm with roast pork. I found this recipe in the Sunset Crockery Cookbook.

    Recipe #63976

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