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    1 Reviews |  By Slatts

    A savory and slightly sweet sauce with a bit of spice. Great for basting shrimp on the BBQ and as a dipping sauce served on the side. Created for ZWT6 and the Voracious Vagabonds.

    Recipe #428144

    7 Reviews |  By Slatts

    This recipe comes from The Best of Mexico cookbook. It won first place at my work site last year during our annual Cinco Day Mayo salsa and guacamole competition. Wear gloves when you chop the Serrano chilies. There is not a lot of lime juice in this recipe so prepare it as close to serving time as possible to avoid browning.

    Recipe #295489

    1 Reviews |  By Slatts

    There are many variations of this dip but this is my favorite. The mix of flavors is more complex than most artichoke dip recipes. It comes from Nordstroms Entertaining at Home Cookbook.

    Recipe #295511

    10 Reviews |  By Slatts

    This is a great classic spinach salad with hot bacon dressing. I like it because the dressing is made with staples I always have in my kitchen so all I need to do is pick up some fresh spinach. You can add what you like to the salad: eggs, nuts, fruit, etc. This is from "Gourmet Magazine". If you've never attempted a spinach salad with hot bacon dressing this is an easy and impressive recipe that tastes yummy!

    Recipe #316250

    Grilled corn on the cob is a wonderful thing. It is made even better smeared with this savory BBQ butter. This could also be used to top off a steak fresh off the grill. Use your favorite BBQ suace to make this as spicy or mild as you want. Adapted from a recipe by Tom Douglas. Yum.

    Recipe #316264

    10 Reviews |  By Slatts

    South African flavors in a hearty beef soup.

    Recipe #305435

    1 Reviews |  By Slatts

    The taste of a buffalo wing in a whole roasted chicken! This would be great with a salad that has bleu cheese. Grandma clipped this from a "Woman's World" magazine and sent it my way. Spicy!

    Recipe #316285

    1 Reviews |  By Slatts

    From the California Avocado Commision this is a great flavor combination. The original recipe calls for cooked sliced chicken breasts but I leave it out and serve this as a side dish. This salad is easy to throw together. Enjoy!

    Recipe #316038

    3 Reviews |  By Slatts

    Here is a sandwich that is good for you and has great flavor especially if you like sweet and savory together. I don't really like the taste of fat free mayo so I use the low fat kind instead.

    Recipe #295352

    My husband loves this recipe. It is a bit rich for my tastes but I indulge him every once in awhile. Preheat oven to 350º.

    Recipe #295466

    5 Reviews |  By Slatts

    Rich chocolate cupcakes are made even better with a thick and creamy cheesecake center.

    Recipe #297005

    3 Reviews |  By Slatts

    My son loves this recipe for french toast. I use most of the same ingredients that I put into a cinnamon roll which gives it great flavor. I like to eat them plain but my son definately goes for the syrup. I turn on the oven to 200º and slip a piece of aluminum foil on my top rack. As I cook the french toast I just pop the finished slices in the oven to keep them warm.

    Recipe #295257

    1 Reviews |  By Slatts

    At big family meals growing up cornbread was often a staple on the table but depending on whose house you were at it could be savory or sweet. I prefer the latter. If you like your cornbread sweet with honey butter then this recipe should be right up your alley. From the "Hay Day Country Market Cookbook".

    Recipe #316121

    11 Reviews |  By Slatts

    My husband and I have very differing tastes in food but this one dish we both love equally. It was adapted from a Bon Appetit magazine and is nice enough to have on special occasions. The preparation is suprisingly easy for such an elegant dish. Serve with white rice.

    Recipe #295624

    3 Reviews |  By Slatts

    At my husband's family gatherings this dish often shows up as an accompaniment to many meals. It is rich and tasty and can easily be doubled for a larger crowd. There are rarely leftovers. I don't know where the name comes from but it definately fits the group. Preheat oven to 350º.

    Recipe #295308

    14 Reviews |  By Slatts

    A twist on traditional spumoni created by "The Cooks Must Be Crazy" for Zaar World Tour 4.

    Recipe #307439

    1 Reviews |  By Slatts

    I am a huge fan of dark chocolate. There are so many choices these days when going to select chocolate. I use the chocolate with the highest percentage of cacao I can find. We also like to add a 1/2 cup of walnuts to the batter. Drizzle some melted chocolate on top of the brownies for a special presentation. Choose what you like the best!

    Recipe #316122

    5 Reviews |  By Slatts

    This is from a local radio station host here in San Diego. It is one of my hubby's all time favorite meals and the first thing he ever cooked for me when we first started dating. Enjoy!

    Recipe #316193

    2 Reviews |  By Slatts

    This recipe is great at a summer barbeque. It tastes great hot, cold, or at room temperature! We eat it with blackened chicken or pork chops. I like the use of the fresh vegetables in the summer.

    Recipe #295232

    13 Reviews |  By Slatts

    My grandma used to make us fried okra a lot when I was a child and I loved it. This version comes from the "Soul and Spice" cookbook. My family likes to eat the fried okra with ranch dressing or ketchup but it is equally good on its own.

    Recipe #305258

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