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    This is an incredibly moist and tender Banana Nut Bread. The addition of the instant banana pudding gives it an extra banana "kick". I find baking it at a lower temperature avoids burning the edges. My DH likes it for breakfast served under two eggs over easy.

    Recipe #138062

    This recipe comes from Epicurious and I have not tried it yet. I'm posting it so I can have it readily accessible at a later date. If you try it I certainly hope you like it.

    Recipe #118402

    I love a good vegetable beef soup, but I'm not a big fan of soup that is predominantly tomato sauce so I came up with my own recipe. My brother does not like most vegetable soups, but loves this version. This would definitely fall into the "OAMC" category. You can easily cut the recipe in half

    Recipe #113517

    I found this recipe on Food Network and it comes from the Magnolia Cafe. I have no idea of the location of the Magnolia Cafe, but I do like these pancakes. These are a dense pancake which I like to eat by themselves. The original recipe only called for 1/4 cup brown sugar, but I decided to double it and am very glad I did.

    Recipe #108806

    This is Paul Prudhomme's recipe for cornbread dressing that he uses in his Turducken recipe. I like to bake it as a side dish instead of stuffing for a turkey. If I'm short on time or if I do not have any chicken stock in the freezer I just use canned chicken broth. I also eliminated the giblets in the ingredients listing. If you like giblets add 1 1/2 pounds that have been boiled for an hour and then ground. I also reduced the Cayenne pepper from 2 tsp to 1/4 tsp and the Oregano from 2 tsp to 1 tsp. I can't imagine putting 2 tsp Cayenne pepper in this, however, if you want it VERY, VERY HOT feel free to use the original amount. I did modify the cooking steps a bit but it is still a fantastic dressing. Please don't let the long list of ingredients deter you from making this recipe - it is worth every step and it really is very easy.

    Recipe #108432

    I found this recipe on Food Network. I have not made it yet but wanted to post it so I would have the recipe readily available when the time is right. It sounds like it would be very good. EDITED 2/7/10: I was trying different wing recipes to serve for the Super Bowl this year and realized I had never made this one so I whipped up a batch. It is a "WINNER"! I'm making a triple batch to serve on Super Bowl Sunday.

    Recipe #108428

    I know, I are saying "please not another chicken and rice recipe", but this one is a tad different and I'm posting it by request. I have not made this yet but will make the following change concerning the mayonnaise. If you are not a big fan of mayonnaise (which I'm not) I would suggest cutting it in half. This is one of Paula Dean's recipes, but I added a few extra ingredients like the onion, garlic, butter and the spices. To make this really quick and easy pick up a deli roasted chicken.

    Recipe #108424

    A friend of ours, Brooks, first made these beans for us and are absolutely delicious. I made a few minor changes, but the taste is still wonderful. They grace our table on a regular basis. Thanks Brooksie!

    Recipe #107806

    I found this recipe on the internet and I must say it is the best dip I have found so far. It purports to be the dip from the restaurant Houston's. I can't say for sure whether it is or isn't but can only say how good it is.

    Recipe #107705

    When my SIL told me about this recipe I was very skeptical - I'm not a big mayonnaise fan and the thought of hot mayonnaise just wanted to make me "retch" (I know I probably shouldn't say that when describing a recipe, but it just sounded plain nasty. I decided to be a mature adult and at least try it (holding my nose the whole time). Well - let me tell you something. You could have knocked me over with a feather and they had to knock me away from the dish in order for other people to get some. This is delicious. My favorite part is after all the inside has been eaten you put it back in the oven to let the bread crisp up some more and then just start tearing chunks of bread off & eating it. It is divine. This is so easy and people will think you are a gourmet chef. Pict-Sweet Seasoning Blend is frozen chopped onions, celery, red and green pepper mixture found in the frozen vegetable section. The stores in my area usually have the Hawaiian bread in the deli section of the store.

    Recipe #107704

    My SIL's niece always brings this dish to holiday gatherings. I have changed a few things to suit my taste but the basic recipe is still the same one Stacy gave me. Thanks for a great dish, Stacy.

    Recipe #107702

    I've fiddled around with various recipes and came up with this one. It's a very rich and buttery sauce. DO NOT look at the calorie and fat We like this served over bread pudding and it is wonderful over vanilla ice cream.

    Recipe #105211

    This is a Tyler Florence recipe that is a very simple and easy dish that makes people think you are a gourmet cook.

    Recipe #104838

    I was looking for another type of macaroni and cheese dish and came across this one from Emeril Lagasse. I haven't made it yet but plan on trying it out on my crew at Thanksgiving. What's not to like about Cream and Cheese - the epitome of comfort food.

    Recipe #104588

    This recipe comes from my SIL's co-worker. I cannot remember the name she used for the recipe so I will just call it Shrimp Curry. I have adjusted the quantities because the original recipe made a very large batch. I dubbed this recipe as "Americanized" due to the addition of Emeril's "Essence". I like to eat this as a soup but DH likes it served over Basmati Rice.

    Recipe #102284

    I found this recipe on the internet so I decided to try it. DH said he didn't like pumpkin but he ate five of them so far. This is a good little muffin with just an underlying hint of orange flavor.

    Recipe #102105

    This is a "Paula Deen" recipe that my brother gave to me. I haven't tried it yet but DH loves pineapple so it probably won't be long before I'm whipping up a batch of these. I think this would be a great dish to make with your children.

    Recipe #101893

    This is a great side dish for Steaks. Another Emeril Lagasse recipe.

    Recipe #100987

    Another great recipe from Emeril Lagasse. Don't let the long list of ingredients deter you. It's a very easy recipe and one that will impress your family and guests. My brother made this recipe first and then told me about it - thanks for the tip!

    Recipe #100871

    I got this recipe from the movie "Once Upon A Time In Mexico" starring Antonio Banderas and Johnny Depp. The director (or maybe producer - not sure) Robert Rodriguez made a short cooking show at the end of the DVD showing how to cook this dish. I have not made it yet because the annato seeds were not available locally so I ordered them from Penzey's and they just came in. I plan on making this next weekend so I will post an update on the recipe. NOTE: Rodriguez suggests that you have a coffee grinder just for grinding seeds and do not attempt to grind coffee beans after the seasoning. He states you will never get out all of the seasoning and will affect the taste of your coffee so splurge and buy a grinder just for your seasonings. You can buy banana leaves at your asian market but if you cannot find them wrap the pork in foil. He says the leaves add flavor and moisture.

    Recipe #100689

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