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    This is a delicious easy to make recipe that my grandmother and mom have been making for years. It's really good with just about any main course and is a nice variation from a lot of typical salads. I've included the original recipe per my grandmother although I omit the purple onion as I don't care for it too much. In addition, we often substitute a 2 tablespoon equivalent of Splenda for the sugar as my wife is diabetic. Duke's or Hellman's mayonnaise works best for this recipe. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #321544

    This is a sauce recipe that was a frequent complement to chicken and fish during my study abroad residence experience with a french family in the Loire Valley region. Cream sauces are very popular paired with white and rosé wines in this geography, and this goes well over a thinly sliced breast of chicken, or a flaky whitefish. Although the sauce itself is somewhat fattening, if used conservatively it's actually a light and refreshing compliment to poultry and fish in the summer. If you absolutely feel the need to tone down the fat, be careful as you don't want the sauce to become too thin as it won't coat as nicely. Enjoy!

    Recipe #303609

    Inspired by a sauce recipe taken from Cuisine at Home Magazine, this robust and pungent chimichurri is great with anything cooked on the grill. The electric green color radiates and is an appropriate foreshadowing of the flavors packed into this tangy, flavorful sauce. Use as a marinade, baste, or sauce on the side.

    Recipe #313848

    Originally inspired by a local sushi restaurant, I went through a number of different aioli recipes until I finally found a basic combination of ingredients, all of which have become the foundation for this and a couple of other recipes. We enjoy this on just about everything - crab cakes, fish tacos, sushi, vegetables, you name it... If you enjoy this, please also try my curry and saffron aioli recipes for a different twist... A couple of notes with respect to ingredients. Avoid substitutions where possible - I tried a number of different recipes before I arrived at this one, and some of them weren't so pleasant... Please consider using Hellman's original mayonnaise when making this recipe - avoid using Kraft, Miracle Whip, and sweet mayonnaises at all costs. If you use a low fat mayo, I also recommend Hellman's. Chili garlic oil can be found at just about any asian grocery - the main ingredients are garlic, chili, and oil. It is very thick in appearance and looks like the result of dried chilies, garlic, and oil being pureed in the food processor. This isn't to be confused with Sriracha or chili sauce. While chili garlic oil is a great condiment, it tastes very different than chili paste. If you need a photo example of chili garlic oil to assist you in your shopping adventures, z-mail me.

    Recipe #313856

    This is another variation of my basic aioli recipe. While we enjoy this on just about everything, this aioli does well with kabobs and grilled foods... If you enjoy this, please also try my spicy chili and saffron aioli recipes for a different twist... A couple of notes with respect to ingredients. Please consider using Hellman's original mayonnaise when making this recipe - avoid using Kraft, Miracle Whip, and sweet mayonnaises at all costs. If you use a low fat mayo, I also recommend Hellman's. Another important note, this recipe is designed for asian-style madras curry powder. There are as many different types of curries as there are cuisines (maybe even more). My favorite is found at the asian market and is the staple ingredient for Vietnamese and some Thai yellow curries. Although Madras is a city in India and can lay claim to the name, even Indian Madras curry powder tastes very different than the one found in Viet/Thai markets. If you need a photo example of the madras curry powder (called Cari or Kari) that I use to assist you in your shopping adventures, z-mail me.

    Recipe #313712

    Great with a spicy shrimp or crab cake appetizer, tortilla chips or as a topping for chicken or fish tacos. I'm sure the list goes on - enjoy!

    Recipe #346937

    I feel aiolis make an excellent compliment to a number of different types of appetizers and entrees. This particular aioli is inspired by the Mediterranean coastal areas of Spain and France, and was a frequent compliment to many foods during my study abroad. I like it on everything from crabcakes, fish, and even sushi to chicken and finger foods. You can put the aioli in a pastry decorating bag to create appealing appetizers and tapas. This particular recipe calls for saffron threads and saffron powder. Saffron is easy to find in most place in the thread form, but the powder can be a little more difficult to locate. If you visit a hispanic market, you can typically purchase enough pouches of saffron powder to last you over time. I use Vigo brand. Also, please consider using Hellman's original mayonnaise when making this recipe - avoid using Kraft, Miracle Whip, and sweet mayonnaises at all costs. If you use a low fat mayo, I also recommend Hellman's. Another tip - when purchasing your saffron (and other spices in general), its often $6-10 US dollars cheaper if you buy it in the hispanic/ethnic section of your grocery store. For instance, Badia Saffron runs about $3 in my grocery store, but the same amount of McCormick Saffron can cost upwards of $10. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #313322

    This recipe is adapted from several roasted steak recipes with a few modifications that I feel makes the ultimate steak.

    Recipe #431295

    There are a million spinach & artichoke dip recipes that are out there - this one is as good as any I've had.

    Recipe #431296

    A Southern favorite. Tailgating and large crowds - easy and impressive.

    Recipe #433533

    Also known as Summer Squash Casserole, this is a very simple yet authentic Southern recipe that my family has been making for years. This casserole goes very well with those summer, fresh vegetable dinners and is also a hit at pot luck dinners, family reunions, or any other gathering of people. As with all good southern food, make sure you have your bottle of bright red paprika ready to sprinkle on top. Enjoy!

    Recipe #324877

    This is my favorite broccoli casserole recipe, courtesy of my aunt who lives in South Carolina. She traditionally serves this at Thanksgiving and at a few other family gatherings throughout the year. Aside from the ingredients, what really sets this recipe apart are the Ritz crackers mixed with melted margarine. Enjoy!

    Recipe #340779

    This is an awesome recipe inspired by Cuisine at Home Magazine. This pungent combination of flavors in conjunction with the crispiness of the bacon wrapped pork medallions makes for one of my favorite summer meaIs. I typically double the recipe for the chimichurri sauce as I like to use one cup for the marinade, and serve one cup on the side with the meal. Prep time includes marinating time. Enjoy!

    Recipe #312197

    This simple chili recipe is a hit for a cold night, tailgating, or watching the big game at the house with friends.

    Recipe #334498

    This recipe is inspired by a family favorite Greek restaurant in Greenville, SC, "Never on Sunday." The older couple who own the restaurant prepare some of the best, most-authentic Greek recipes I've ever had. I've enjoyed this particular dish since I was a child. Although my version probably isn't as good as Iris' recipe, it tides me over when I can't make a visit the restaurant. This works better on top of the range as opposed to the crock pot.

    Recipe #321759


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