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    A tribute to the king, this sandwich sparks appetites everywhere in his honor. While others are similar, this one is sure to hit the spot. [courteousy of origin goes to EVERDAY with Rachael Ray.]

    Recipe #363842

    This is derived from a cookbook of mine that was compiled by both my Grandma and Aunt to bring our family's favorites and originals, throughout the generations. While i never remember really having this growing up, I have no doubt in my mind that my Grandmother made this a delicious version of her own fried rice.

    Recipe #363849

    A perfect light appetizer or side on a warm summer day. [Adapted from Kraft.com]

    Recipe #363841

    courtesy of Food and Wine Magazine "Farmstead chicken is the star ingredient in a Moscow bahn mi, a riff on a classic Vietnamese sandwich. What makes it Russian? The chopped beets and horseradish mayonnaise that are layered with the chicken, lettuce, and vinegary carrots." Prep time includes cook time.

    Recipe #462771

    From the Greensboro News and Record, by Cecelia Thompson Cook time is brining time.

    Recipe #463572


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