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    KU Dining offers one really good over priced student on the go food. Everyone lines up for it, its easy and TASTY.

    Recipe #402135

    “Where would we be without salt?” – James Beard I casually sprinkled the thick-cut Hempler’s bacon with cayenne before frying to a nearly blackened crisp. Once the caramel had reached its perfect molten temperature I stirred in a handful of the bacon then reserved the rest to get sprinkled on top. The caramel set beautifully. Some were cut and served as is while a select few were covered in tempered dark chocolate. All of them were devoured. from Not Without Salt Don't knock it til you try it....

    Recipe #397686

    This sticky, spicy chicken curry is deliciously sweet and packs just the right amount of heat. It is to be scooped up with warm, chewy naan, then licked off of fingers.Your first step is to hunt down some curry leaves. Their flavour is irreplaceable in this dish - a bit nutty, warm, and citrusy. Used a lot in South Indian cooking, they have nothing to do with “curry powder” which is a blend of spices.Start by browning the chicken in a heavy skillet - make sure the oil is good and hot and the chicken has been patted dry before you put it in the pan. Don’t flip it until it releases easily - if it is sticking, leave it - it will tear if you try and turn it before it is ready. Next, cook the onions gently over low heat for about 10 minutes to coax out the sweetness. Then add the spices to the pan to saute before the liquid is added. These three steps have a big flavour impact. As far as curries go, the ingredient list is very short. Which makes it a great curry for beginners, if you can track down some curry leaves at an Indian grocer. Serve with naan http://www.recipezaar.com/Naan-56245 .

    Recipe #396537

    Fresh thyme's savoriness is wonderful against the crips drness of pear. Accompanied by Croque Monsieur Puffs http://www.recipezaar.com/rz.240478 or Roasted Pear Crostini with Gorgonzola, this sparkling cocktail is pure pear'fection!

    Recipe #396529

    Toasted Indian spices and lots of green herbs set these skewers apart. The spiciness of fresh jalapenos varies greatly, so take a tiny taste to gauge the heat, then adjust to your preference. The yogurt dip provides a cooling contrast.

    Recipe #396524

    In the course of trying cocktail after cocktail, I am pleased to say this one works. Emergen-C gives you C- and B-vitamin boost and replaces some lost electrolytes, vodka is a little "hair of the dog," bitters is a digestif, soda supplies bubbles, and the olive oil... well, an old bootlegger once tol me that a small spoonful was good for coating a mornign-after stomach. For a more substantial breakfast, "garnish" the drink with one stirp of crispy-cooked bacon.

    Recipe #396519

    Cachaca is a Brazilian liquor distilled from sugarcane jice. If you cant get cachaca, substitute white rum or vodka.

    Recipe #396515

    My latest crush is this new incarnation of gourgeres, or cheese puffs. These were inspired by the classic French ham-and-cheese sandwich, Croque Monsieur. If you're serving only one thing with cocktails before dinner, it would have to be these heavenly puffs. They're perfect for "popping" in between sips of a Pear Thyme Fizz or Peach 75. ** Make sure you use an exciting gruyere cheese or possibly with cheddar jack for a little kick.

    Recipe #396452

    Candied bacon might seem like the ultimate example of gilding the lily, but it adds a sweet, smoky edge to this already luscious pie. Elvis would be proud. Use 10 in. pie plate. Thanks Gourmet.com

    Recipe #396450

    Creative Cocktail! Soemthing different. Perfect drink for a wedding or other fanciful occasion. Picture everyone on the villa lawn enjoying their drinks--heels kicked off, tes loosened, and laughter fading into the sunset. If you don't have limoncello, increase the lemon juice 3/4 ounce each.

    Recipe #396359

    The best potato salad you've never had. For when your craving that certain ZING from vinegar...I don't like regular potato salad. I don't like sweet relish, eggs, or miracle whip in my potato salad. The sharp onion with the vinegar balances the soft potato texture. Inexpensive and college budget approved. For more of a bite, add two to three teaspoons of whole grain mustard along with the olive oil. Try this!! Yumm....From Bon Appetit, 2009. **Note: To use smaller potatoes, cook time is about 5 minutes less.

    Recipe #392310

    Bold North african flavors stand up to even the heartiest of hot dogs. Pile the dogs high with spicy harissa or sambal oelek flavored carmalized onions' a bright, pleasantly bitter preserved lemon relish; and just a bit of hummus. ** from Bon Appetit I used sambal oelek and i used mint from my garden that i froze and then defrosted a bit... It worked.

    Recipe #389661

    Leeks and apples simmered in cider add a hint of sweetness-- nice contrast to the sharp melted cheddar. If you can find oblong pretzel rolls at your market, they'll make an ideal accompaniment to these English-style hot dogs.

    Recipe #389656

    That savory cheddar cheese fondue with flakes of juicy crab and just a few flakes of red pepper. Dip a cube of crusty french bread in the fondue. Mmmm... crabby cheese flakey gooey goodness..... Enjoy!

    Recipe #389654

    Mojo is a cuban sauce made from the juice of sour oranges (or, in this case, a mix of orange juie and lime juice). It's atruly versatile- the sauce works as a marinade or salsa for beef, fish, pork, and poultry--so no wonder it tastes great with hot dogs, too. from Bon appetit.

    Recipe #389653

    A roasted garlic and red pepper relish replaces the usual pickle in this Spanish take on hot dogs. from Bon Appetit. AMAZING! These are super if you would like to do a grown up spin on hot dogs. Manchego is a Spanish cheese made from sheep's ml; available at some supermarkets and at specialty food stores.

    Recipe #389652

    Jalapeno with a juicy lil smokes, spiced cream cheese, wrapped in crispy bacon smothered in a sweet tangy bbq sauce. The flavor of the smokey jalapeno matches perfectly with the sweet fruity sauce, and of course it’s heat is in good company with the medley of peppers tasted in each bite. A spoonful of sauce on each popper and you can guarantee these tasty treats will disappear in no time flat! (from BBQ Addicts)

    Recipe #389459

    Really good on any Thai food or whatever you need a dipping sauce for. Even chicken strips or ... whatevs. MMMM... o la la Your jalapeno mileage may vary, so adjust the heat accordingly. Keep in mind, however, that the heat is the strongest the day you make the sauce and starts to dissipate gradually the longer it is kept in the refrigerator. I usually start off with more pepper than I would like and let the sauce sit in the fridge for a couple of days before I use it. This sauce keeps for a long time, and after a couple of weeks, you can't even taste the pepper.

    Recipe #389272

    Creamy, peanutty, coconut curry sauce with slices of thick juicy steak with sharp, crisp green onions on top . London broil is budget friendly and when prepared correctly is very tender. The coconut peanut sauce adds a wonderful exotic sweet-savory flavor kids will love and adults will appreciate. This dish can be made in under 30 minutes and is guaranteed to become a favorite in your home too. Enjoy!

    Recipe #389198

    THIS IS SOOOO GOOD! Everyone who likes tomatoes, corn, or fried okra needs to try this. And especially if its in season! Food and Wine's BEST of the BEST From The Rustic Table by Constance Snow "Southerners are known for their ability to turn a blind eye to the unpleasantries of life, so if something seems to ugly and slimy to eat, we jsut ignore the baster aspects, cover it with cornmeal, and throw it into a sizzling iron skillet. Thus okra, on of nature's most imperfect foods, is transformed into ethereal little crisps that even a Yankee could love. Good old "fried okry" is great on its own (as a traditional side dish or offbeat cocktail snack), but it also adds an extra layer of texture and flavor to the simplest garden salads. Here fresh sweet corn and vine riepened tomatoes are essential, so save this one for a cool meal in midsummer when vegetables are at their best." You can also use pre-packaged okra as well.

    Recipe #384876

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