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    This title is a bit misleading--I don't find the dish to be very spicy, but some people do, hence the warning label. I made it up one night when I had fifteen minutes to get dinner on the table--I juggled my pots and had it ready in twelve! Don't worry if it sounds like it needs more herbs or spices, it is tasty as is. The peanuts are a South African thing to add--try it at least once.

    Recipe #381602

    This is my great-aunt Delia's famous New Year's Day main dish, with notes for a cheaper version that my mom made most Sundays. It is so good that my sibs and I would fight (literally) over the last bits of rice clinging to the pan! Don't be tempted to replace the butter with margarine--this is a holiday meal, after all, and you just don't skimp for holidays! Also, don't forget to dry the poultry. If you don't, the butter won't stick to the skin and help crisp and flavor it. Oh, and canned mushrooms work fine instead of fresh.

    Recipe #381591

    While I will concede that some merit goes to those who slave hours to produce a good banana pie, I have yet to taste one better than this--and it only takes minutes to prepare if you have a pre-made crust. My mom is famous for her pies, and this is the easiest and best one. To get your whipped cream from good to fantastic, use really good vanilla. Cook time is chill time.

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