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    Published in the September 2007 restaurant issue of Bon Appetit, this recipe is from a popular eatery in New York, The Little Owl. It seats only 28 and is the ultimate example of what a neighborhood restaurant can be. This full flavored dish is a grown-up version of meatball subs and is a favorite.

    Recipe #402443

    Published in the September 2007 restaurant issue of Bon Appetit, this recipe is from a popular Napa Valley restaurant, Cook St. Helena. this makes 6 first course or 4 main course servings.

    Recipe #402420

    A restaurant recipe from the Chops Lobster Bar (Atlanta and Boca Raton) for their delicious Lobster Mac & Cheese. This variation on lobster M&C is pretty simple to make, yet delicious. Enjoy!

    Recipe #401659

    This recipe is from Florida Table magazine, which had an article showcasing the best restaurants in Florida. This one is from Caffe' Luna rosa, in Delray Beach. The recipe for linguine is topped with clams, garlic, olive oil, grape tomatoes, white wine and herbs. Simple, yet delicious.

    Recipe #401608

    Plan ahead...this dish needs to be refrigerated overnight. From the Florida Bed & Breakfast Cookbook by Becky Lejeune, published in a recent issue of Florida Table magazine.

    Recipe #401604

    This impressive dish requires very little prep work and the whole thing is cooked in just one pan. Serve with toasted slices of crusty bread for soaking up the delicious broth. Adapted from the October 2007 issue of Bon Appetit magazine, this rustic dish is a wonderful combination of flavors! I'll admit that I was once afraid of fennel but after making this dish, NO MORE...it becomes very mellow in the cooking process and compliments the dish beautifully. My picky eater husband raved about this and said, "People would pay a fortune in a restaurant for this dish!"...all I needed to hear. Hope you enjoy this meal as much as we did.

    Recipe #392815

    Similar to hummus, but made from edamame. Low in fat and calories...great for snacking. Note that prep time does not include the time required to cook the edamame. (I use frozen and cook it in the microwave, which only takes a few minutes.)

    Recipe #392379

    Clipped from Details magazine, these ribs are great with cold beer. Have plenty of napkins on hand...these are from a Denver restaurant, Bones, where chef Frank bonanno serves this spin on Chinese ribs at his new Asian-inspired noodle shop.

    Recipe #389886

    From Bon Appetit, this fall salad balances earthy, tangy, sweet and creamy flavors. Only 196 calories per serving.

    Recipe #389138

    This recipe was in Golf Magazine (9/09). It is from the Maidstone Club in Long Island, best known for its links-style golf course. When players return to the clubhouse after a round, they're likely to enjoy something nearly as renowned: the Maidstone Chowder. Members are understandably proud of the dish, whose rich chunks of monkfish, clams and rock shrimp evoke the historic fishing culture of the region.

    Recipe #389133

    From Cooking Light, this soup is inspired by similar soups from Thailand and Malaysia and balances fiery flavor with sweet and sour back notes. The crisp-tender vegetables offer a pleasant texture contrast to the custardlike tofu. Serve with a side of rice noodles drizzled with dark sesame oil and a cooling mango salad.

    Recipe #388731

    This is an oldie-but-goodie, from "In the Kitchen with Rosie: Oprah's Favorite Recipes" by Rosie Daley, who was once Oprah's personal chef. Bursting with flavor, this salad only has 176 calories per serving. It is delicious and I admit, I had forgotten about it as I had lost the book in one of my many moves and recently ran across it again. Perfect to help you slip back into that little black dress...without feeling like you're eating cardboard. Notes: Marinate the chicken in the seasoned lemon juice, soy sauce and garlic mixture for up to 2 hours; the longer it marinates, the more flavorful and tender the chicken. For variety, substitute an equal amount of lime or grapefruit juice for the lemon juice in the marinade.

    Recipe #386346

    This recipe from a popular Atlanta eatery was found in the Atlanta Journal Constitution.

    Recipe #386254

    Clipped from the AJC, this recipe is from Goldfish restaurant in Atlanta. I have had this dish many times and it is superb. I was thrilled to find the recipe and wanted to share it here on zaar. Note: If fat is a concern, substitute low-sodium chicken broth for the half and half and cream.

    Recipe #386253

    Published in the AJC, this is supposedly Alton Brown's absolute favorite recipe to prepare.

    Recipe #386252

    Rice is baked with French onion soup, beef broth and butter, for a rich and hearty side dish. This goes great with almost any roasted meat. I found this on allrecipes.com, where it received rave reviews. In an effort to consolidate all my recipes on zaar, I am posting it here but credit goes to Melissa Davidson for the original post. With only four ingredients, this is a snap to prepare.

    Recipe #386247

    Clipped from the AJC, this recipe is from Mosaic restaurant in Atlanta. It is unique in that the sliders have a soy ginger glaze, a soy ginger mayo, and they are served on Hawaiian rolls with a bit of melted brie. YUM. Great party fare!

    Recipe #386246

    Clipped from the AJC, this recipe is from Cafe Intermezzo in Dunwoody, GA. A hint of cinnamon and cumin gives this simple soup its exotic aroma. Instead of adding the spinach to the pot, Chef Todd Wilczewski likes to add it to each bowl and pour the hot soup over it, just to wilt it. Note: for a slightly thicker base and to help the flavors meld, puree about a third of the soup in a blender and then return it to the soup pot.

    Recipe #386245

    This recipe is from the popular Atlanta restaurant, Brasserie Le Coze (now French American Brasserie) and was published in the AJC.

    Recipe #386244

    From La Grotta, an Italian restaurant in Atlanta, this recipe was clipped from the AJC.

    Recipe #386242

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