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    One of the top 100 recipes for 2007 from the Food Network. I tried it and boy is it delicious. The surprise is that's it easy too. This is definitely a special occasion meal!

    Recipe #274878

    From Bobby Flay. This recipe is delicious and presents like a holiday meal. No one will ever believe how easy it is. It takes about an hour for the sauce to reduce, but is otherwise quick and easy, with minimal prep time. Serve with Recipe #265653.

    Recipe #265699

    A different side dish and an especially beautiful "base" for stacking grilled fish.

    Recipe #265653

    Ina Garten prepared this on her Thanksgiving special. The reviews on the food network website were outstanding, so I tried it and wholeheartedly agree! Preparation time includes chilling; prep and cook time is under 30 minutes.

    Recipe #195511

    In my continuing fight with the scale, I have purchased a juicer. I find the straight carrot/celery mixture a little to hardcore for my taste (I'm trying to work up to it!), but a splash of spiced tomato juice makes it delicious!

    Recipe #77655

    Shrimp a la diabla ("devil shrimp") is a very popular spicy shrimp dish in Manzanillo, Mexico. After visiting I searched the internet for a recipe, and this was the closest I found. It is traditionally served with rice and vegetables (usually a mix of lightly steamed broccoli and carrots.) I haven't tried this recipe yet but it sounds delicious.

    Recipe #76602

    This apetizer is so popular that I now make it for nearly every party, as do many of my friends. The recipe is from the New Basics Cookbook and is positively delicious (and easy!).

    Recipe #61655


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