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    This was slightly adapted from an Alton Brown (Good Eats) recipe. We have made it several times with many variations and have loved it every single time. I Strongly recommend that you weigh your ingredients instead of using the volume measurements. It makes a huge difference in the finished product.

    Recipe #415378

    This is another clone from a restaurant chain here in the Western U.S. by the name of Costa Vida (and Cafe Rio--different company, similar dressing). This is one of my wife's favorite dressings. I hope you all like it as much as she does!

    Recipe #402199

    Pocky is a Japanese treat, essentially a biscuit-pretzel stick coated with chocolate. If you know any otakus you've probably seen it. Pocky can be found at almost any Asian grocery store and most supermarkets, and prices differ across the country and with type. Japan has almost unlimited flavors but North Americans can usually only find Chocolate, Strawberry and White Chocolate. Some others they make in Japan are Apple Cream Custard, Almond, Banana, Berry Chocolate, Blueberry, Coconut Milk, Grape, Green Apple, Green Tea, Honey, Mango, Melon and 'Men's Pocky' which is Dark Chocolate and what I'm posting here. Be adventurous and try out some ideas on other toppings. Please post your favorites so we can all try them!

    Recipe #396927

    My mom used to make this instead of rice crispy treats. Honestly I like these way more than the rice crispy version. For a twist, use Honey Nut Cheerios. I have set it up so that the Prep time is the the time on the stovetop and cook time is the time to let it set up in the pan. Enjoy!

    Recipe #360558

    We got this recipe from a card in our grocery's butcher shop area and it has been a hit with us. I looked for a similar recipe here on 'zaar and didn't find one so I decided to toss it up here. Enjoy!

    Recipe #360536

    This is an excellent salmon recipe. We found this years ago and keep coming back to it. Enjoy!

    Recipe #360322

    These are super simple and feed a lot of people. Perfect for family gatherings, sporting events, pot lucks and church socials.

    Recipe #360296

    This is an adaptation of an Alton Brown recipe. I don't recall which episode it was, but I must say that these have become one of our favorites. We will often serve these with the Mac-Daddy Mac and Cheese recipe We have found that you can fine tune the sweetness of the breading by altering the Captain Crunch to Rice Krispies ratio. Have fun with this and Enjoy!

    Recipe #360241

    This is an adaptation of a recipe that Guy Fieri showed on the show "Guy Off the Hook". We have made it a few times now and each time we are amazed at just how delicious this turns out. But, lets face it, how can you turn down the trifecta of Cheese, Bacon and Heavy Cream?

    Recipe #359611

    This has become a staple in our home. We absolutely LOVE this pork. There is a restaurant chain here in Utah called Costa Vida and this is as close as we have come to replicating the sweet pork they make there for the burritos/salads/etc.

    Recipe #359384

    I picked this recipe up while living in Argentina from an incredible family down there. This is super simple and the syrup makes it a very moist and sweet cake. Enjoy!

    Recipe #359358

    This recipe was given to me while living in Argentina, however, the source is from the Lehman family in Utah. Our family has used this sauce mostly for BBQ Chicken Pizza, but we have also used it for grilled chicken served over rice. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do!

    Recipe #359346

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