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    If you are a fan of chutney I think you will like this recipe. DH absolutely loves it especially paired with grilled pork tenderloin. If you like hot and spicy you can always add more jalapenos or substitute habanero peppers.

    Recipe #384279

    I found this recipe on the internet and did a bit of tweaking. The original recipe called for 1/2 tsp ground nutmeg and 1 1/2 tsp vanilla extract. I made one batch with the nutmeg and vanilla and one batch omitting the nutmeg and switching to almond extract instead of vanilla . I prefer it without the nutmeg and using almond over vanilla hence this is how I posted the recipe. The nutmeg version is very good, but I just think personal preference comes into play here. Also, once your peaches are peeled and diced if they have a lot of juice you might want to drain about half of the juice in order to get a firmer "set".

    Recipe #382079

    I found this recipe on the Texas Beef Council website. Don't let the name of the dipping sauce fool you - DH and I didn't find it fiery. Some people may find it a little spicy, but not fiery. Freezing the meat prior to slicing and using an electric knife makes this job much easier. The original recipe did not call for seasoning the meat before grilling, but we found it needed a little seasoning. We loved this recipe and it can be used as an appetizer or a main dish. The flavor is great. Please do not overcook or you will wind up with very tough pieces of meat. The preparation time includes the marinating time. This will serve 6 as an appetizer or 4 as a main dish.

    Recipe #235728

    I found this recipe on another site and want to try it sometime in the near future. DH is a big fan of anything that has cherries so I'm thinking he might like this. 2/25/07 Edited: I made this tonight and DH & I were both amazed. When I took it out of the oven there were no cherries on top. They all sink to the bottom and it's truly an upside down cake. I thought it might be real sweet but it isn't. It has a nice sweet/tart combination. We served it with vanilla ice cream and it is yummy.

    Recipe #212980

    This recipe came from an open air market located in Lake Forest, Illinois called Angiporto. This market was known for its muffins, jams, pestos, salad dressings and soups all made from locally grown produce. This muffin is purported to be their most famous and most requested. If you prefer you can use cupcake liners in your muffin pans and you can skip greasing the pan. You can also use frozen raspberries if fresh ones aren't available, but be gentle folding them in as they tend to break more easily than fresh ones. As with any muffin recipe please do not overbeat the batter. Also, do not put too much topping as it can cause the muffin to sink. I find it's easier to use your hands to mix the topping. This is DH's favorite new muffin recipe. I was afraid the allspice and clove might be overpowering, but it's just right.

    Recipe #177547

    This recipe comes from Weber's Big Book of Grilling. I have to admit I was skeptical when I read the list of ingredients for the paste - I just wasn't sure if I would like the flavor combinations. DH cooked these to perfection and the flavor was great. I highly recommend this recipe for grilled pork chops.

    Recipe #157119

    A different twist to a timeless classic. We really enjoy topping this with recipe #153697

    Recipe #154117

    This wonderful cheesecake recipe is from Emeril Lagasse with a few modifications to the crust. One of the secrets to a successful cheesecake that does not crack is to avoid over mixing the batter. The zest adds such a great flavor and it really is simply delicious.

    Recipe #152996

    I got this recipe from my cake decorating instructor. It's very simple, but absolutely delicious. We also like to spoon it over ice cream. This recipe will fill a 9", 10" or 9x13 cake.

    Recipe #151060

    I got this recipe from another web site and posting it here for safe keeping. I haven't tried it yet, but hopefully I'll be able to soon.

    Recipe #144120

    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 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

    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

    This recipe comes from the New Orleans cookbook entitled "Jambalaya" which was the official cookbook of the 1984 Louisiana World Exposition. It is a very easy and flavorful dip. You must refrigerate it for the best flavor. Preparation and cook time does not include refrigeration time.

    Recipe #97305

    This is one of Emeril Lagasse's recipes with a couple of my own variations. It has become one of DH's favorite meals. You may want to reduce the amount of butter or only add half the butter at first and then you can add the remaining if need be. Don't let the long list of ingredients fool you. It is very easy to make and not very time consuming as you can cook your spaghetti while the chicken is baking in the oven. You can even substitute breasts if you prefer white meat but the thighs come out so tender and juicy.

    Recipe #93225

    This is one of our all time favorite dressings to use on spinach salad. We like to add some chopped boiled eggs to our fresh spinach along with sliced fresh mushrooms. This is enough dressing for one-half of a small bag of spinach. EDITED: To say this is enough for half a bag of cleaned spinach.

    Recipe #85465

    This recipe comes from Emeril Lagasse but I doubled the honey. Cook time is the chill time

    Recipe #85463

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