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    A sweet name for a tart cocktail - vodka, lime juice and grapefruit juice smoothed out with a little Triple Sec. I prefer Skyy vodka but use what suits your taste and budget.

    Recipe #255819

    Leaner ingredients trim some of the fat from the classic strata. It a delicious dish to serve for breakfast or brunch, and even makes a terrific lunch or dinner! If you can't find potato bread at your market, substitute any dense white bread.

    Recipe #254803

    A little something sweet for the dieters that doesn't taste like diet food.

    Recipe #254692

    Sneak some calcium into their diets anyway you can ...

    Recipe #254690

    A Gourmet magazine 1998 recipe that appears in the _Best of Gourmet_ cookbook. These would be fabulous on a holiday canapé table! The dough can be made ahead and kept refrigerated for up to a week or frozen for 2 months. Note - lengthy chill time is included in total prep time.

    Recipe #254505

    No, this is not the authentic Miami Cuban sandwich, but it is a fairly reasonable substitute for those of us who don't have quick access to real McCoy. Deli sliced meats make this a fast and filling sandwich.

    Recipe #254366

    Using bread slices as a crust, these little pies are quick to make and just right for kid-sized meals. You can use leftover mashed potatoes and veggies to make this a really thrifty meal. Feel free to spice them up to suit your tastes.

    Recipe #254363

    Something a little different to dress up pasta. Use the vegetable broth option and make the dish vegetarian. Or add some cooked, diced chicken breast and make this a full meal. Vary the vegetables according to your tastes or what you have on hand.

    Recipe #254358

    Keep all the traditional goodness of chicken tetrazzini yet whittle out some of the fat and calories. A great kid-friendly, weeknight meal to use up leftover chicken or a rotisserie chicken from the deli. If you're not watching fat intake, feel free to use full-fat ingredients.

    Recipe #254355

    Take advantage of your garden and the hot summer sun - let them make dinner. ;-) The extended cook time is really the time it takes Old Sol to _cook_ the sauce. You can be weeding the aforementioned garden while this happens; or taking a nap. I know what I'll choose.

    Recipe #254158

    A quick comfort meal at my house is always tomato soup and grilled cheese sandwiches. Since DH and I are both 50+, I feel that _perhaps_ we may be ready for a more grown-up version of this meal. Let's start with the sandwich. If I don't get _fired_ over this, I'll tackle the soup next. ;-)

    Recipe #254156

    I look forward to cooler weather when soups and stews are my favorite dinners to prepare. This recipe will be handy to have when it's time to contend with that leftover Thanksgiving turkey.

    Recipe #254054

    Bored with plain maple syrup? Here's a no-cook topping that will make your waffle want to do the hula. Note - This does not have a traditional syrup consistency - more like a sauce. I'll bet it would be fabulous over warm bread pudding.

    Recipe #254051

    Traditionally, southern dressing or stuffing is baked alongside a hen or turkey. This is pretty much the same dressing recipe but it's baked inside acorn squash. The squash keeps the dressing from drying out and provides another side dish.

    Recipe #254044

    Traditionally served over meat and/or beans this sauce can be as hot as you like it. As a guide - cayenne peppers are roughly 10 times hotter than your run-of-the-mill jalapeno. As Ms. Hilton would say _"That's hot!"_ ;-)

    Recipe #251854

    For me, a steak is a steak - this is really all about the sauce. Let your tongue be your guide - the malagueta pepper is a very hot pepper. It has a range of 60,000 to 100,000 Scoville units, about the same as a tabasco or a Thai pepper. By comparison, its lowly jalapeño cousin only rates between 2,500 and 10,000 Scoville units in heat. Either way, remember to wash up after handling them! Be prepared for fragrant breath after this meal as garlic and onion are present in abundance. You may even enjoy the smell again in a hot shower the next morning as is oozes through your pores. ;-)

    Recipe #251852

    _Recipezaar_ has turned me into an ingredient scavenger. ;-) Seriously - when shopping, if I spy an unusual-to-me ingredient, I buy it (in this case the mango puree in the freezer case). Then comes the task of finding ways to use it. This simple recipe was adapted from a Daisy Martinez episode aired on PBS. Cook time includes 3 1/2 hours freeer time.

    Recipe #244298

    Who says eggnog is only served at Christmas? This creamy, smooth concoction is good all year long and is as complicated as grabbing a can opener and turning on your blender.

    Recipe #244297

    Annatto seeds, known as achiote (ah-chee-OH-tay) in Spanish, are small irregularly shaped, deep reddish colored seeds about the size of a lentil. They grow in pods but are sold loose in jars in the spice aisle. Steeping annatto (achiote) seeds in hot oil for a few minutes will do more than give the oil a brilliant orange-gold color; it will infuse it with a nutty, delicate aroma and add a quick kick to whatever you use it in. In addition to using achiote oil in traditional yellow rice or to sauté onions, garlic and such, you can use it straight, painted onto fish and poultry headed for the grill or broiler. Word of caution - this *can and will* stain whatever it touches!

    Recipe #244296

    There really is no translation for this mixture of onion, garlic, peppers and green herbs. Recao is culantro in Puerto Rican-speak, so this seasoning is called recaito, or "little culantro." You can buy it in bottles in some ethnic grocery stores but why? when it's so simple to make. Use in dishes like Cuban black beans or Puerto Rican style pot roast, where you want the flavor but not the color or extra liquid that you have in a sofrito. Culantro is the defining flavor.

    Recipe #244295

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