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    My husband and I went to Niagara Falls a couple of years ago. We decided that since we were flying into Buffalo we musn't pass up a chance to eat at Anchor Bar where hot wings were invented. After a full day of flying with our daughter, who was about 7 months old we were looking forward to a nice plate of hot wings and a couple of beers. We drove in the rain down dark streets and finally came to the infamous Home of the Original Hot Wings. The service, beer, wings, and fries were great. I decided to try a "West Coast" version of the wings. I named them after the town in which I live. I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #321158

    There was a restaurant that I used to frequent when I lived in Tampa, Florida. They made the best steak au poivre I had ever tasted. It was cooked at the table and flambéed. I was always so impressed with the show and watched closely as my dinner was prepared. The first few times I made this I almost caught the kitchen on fire. After practicing however, my confidence and finesse flourished and now I keep a fire extinguisher in the kitchen, just in case. This dish tastes fine without the flame so if you're uncomfortable around fire don't worry about the presentation. It makes for a nice romantic dinner. I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #321001

    I came up with this recipe about 10 or 15 years ago while I was getting into making bread. I like to use my hands when mixing and kneading doughs, but I'm sure that this will work fine in a bread mixer, as well. The dough will make 1 nice thick pizza or 2 thin pizzas. Enjoy!

    Recipe #311652


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