Recipe News: More pork rib recipes



Includes recipes for:


  • Melt-in-your-mouth ribs

  • Steven Raichlen's Asian-flavored ribs

  • That's the rub


Full article here.

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Recipe News: TART 'N' TASTY: THE RECIPES

I am one of those people who loves rhubarb especially with strawberries. My Grandmother used to make the best strawberry rhubarb pie and I have never quite been able to master the filling it is hard to get the texture just right. I think I will try the strawberry rhubarb crisp recipe first.


Includes recipes for:


  • Rhubarb Bread

  • Rhubarb-strawberry Crisp

  • Vanilla-poached Rhubarb on Raisin-nut Bread

  • Roasted Rhubarb

  • Stewed Rhubarb

  • Rhubarb Sauce

  • Rhubarb Marmalade


Full article here.

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June 14, 2006

Recipe News: Recipes: Twists on potato salad

Here are some great twists on potato salad.Sometimes it is nice to spice it up.

Includes recipes for:


  • Caribbean Sweet Potato Salad

  • Purple Potato Salad


Full article here.

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June 11, 2006

Recipe News: Hummus: Middle Eastern staple healthy butter alternative

"Hummus, not humus. Sounds like something in a shovel full of dirt, (humus actually is found in dirt) or something that should be wet and clammy — as on a hot humid August day. What a strange word for something that tastes so good.

There are hundreds, if not thousands of recipes for hummus. Some are as simple as olive oil and pureed chick peas with a pinch of salt. I’ve had some really wonderful hummus at homes of friends or what co-workers bring in to work, or at a local restaurant called The Nile.

This Middle Eastern staple not only tastes good, but its healthy ingredients will help you replace some of the fat in your diet. Like salt or spices transform a plain soup and make it taste better, butter and jams make breads and rolls become something special. But the oils and fats in butter and margarine kill the waistline. The sugars in jams add more empty calories than most would like, too.

Hummus can replace these fat- and sugar-laden condiments without sacrificing taste. In fact, depending on the recipe, it can enhance flavor."

Includes recipe for:


  • Hummus


Full article here.

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June 7, 2006

Recipe News: Paula Deen shares her easy recipe for Vidalia onions

"Deen, host of the Food Network's wildly popular "Paula's Home Cooking," cookbook author and chef and owner of the Lady & Sons Restaurant in Savannah, Ga., says Vidalia onions bring back memories of family, friends and food fit for a king.

In the early 1970s, as a young mother on a budget, she occasionally splurged on steaks for Saturday night cookouts. "When the steaks and Vidalia onions were piled on our plates and we took our first bites, I think for a short while we all forgot that we were as poor as church mice because we were eating like kings," she says.

Deen's latest cookbook, "Paula Deen's Kitchen Classics" (Random House $29.95), is a collection of the best-selling "Lady & Sons, Savannah Country Cookbook" and "The Lady & Sons, Too! A Whole New Batch of Recipes from Savannah."

The sweet disposition of Vidalia onions is traced to Georgia's mild climate, low-sulfur soil and hands-on care. Seedlings are hand planted in the fall and winter. The sandy, loamy soil, moderate temperatures and gentle rains results in sweet onions that are hand-harvested and are twice as sweet as tear-producing storage onions and have half the pyruvic acid that can cause indigestion."

Includes recipe for:


  • Saturday Night Vidalia Onions


Full article here.

Check out Paula Dean's latest, "Paula Deen's Kitchen Classics" at Amazon.com.

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Recipe News: Hot new recipes for summer grilling

"With forecasters assuring us we're about to start seeing more of the sun, people are probably planning to start spending a little more time at the grill. For those seeking inspiration, here's a collection of recipes out of the San Antonio Express-News."

Includes recipes for:


  • Grilled Vegetable Platter

  • Grilled Pears with Serano Ham and Cabrales Blue Crumbles

  • Planked Salmon


Full article here.

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June 3, 2006

Recipe News: Tea Party Recipes

"Who says high tea is only for the English? Here are a few of my favorite tea sandwich recipes. These are great for a small tea party, and they are just the right size for a light lunch. Serve with hot or iced tea, serve with fresh fruit and top it all off with scones and fresh cream. Enjoy!"

Includes recipes for:


  • Savory Tuna Salad

  • Curried Chicken Salad

  • Cucumber and Cream Cheese

  • BLT Finger Sandwiches

  • Watercress and Olive Sandwiches


Full article here.

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Recipe News: Edible-flower recipes, June 2

"They look lovely in your garden, and you've heard they taste great in salads and on fish, but how do you really use that lavender, those nasturtiums and those pansies? There are books on the subject, but we went to a local pro, Jon Pell, to offer a few recipes."

Includes recipes for:


  • Fresh Grilled Alaskan Halibut With Nasturtium-Herb Vinaigrette

  • Orange-Pansy-Poppy Vinaigrette

  • Apple-Blueberry And Lavender Cobbler


Full article here.

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June 1, 2006

Recipe News: Peanut Chicken Satay

"Chicken likes to stick to the grill, so be sure to give the grate a thorough spray with cooking oil just before placing the meat on it (be careful of flaring from the flames). This recipe also can be made on a grill pan, a heavy skillet with deep ridges that sear food much like a grill. The skewers may need to cook slightly longer on a grill pan than an outdoor grill - but probably not 10 minutes per side."

Includes recipe for:


  • Peanut Chicken Satay


Full article here.

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May 30, 2006

Recipe News: Roasted garlic gives savory kick to updated recipe

"We discovered more or less by accident that you can roast garlic in a slow cooker. (Trim tops of cloves, drizzle with oil, then cook on low heat for 2 1/2 hours.) And then we just couldn't stop experimenting! Thanks to the new bags of fresh, pre-peeled, vacuum-sealed garlic cloves, we were buying gobs of fresh garlic again for the first time in years.
We had long known how to roast garlic in the oven, but the resulting need to squish oil-covered cloves out of their skins afterward is, frankly, a messy operation. (We could never find an easy way to peel the cloves before roasting without squishing them in the process.)"

Includes recipe for:


  • SAUTÉED CHICKEN WITH ROASTED GARLIC GLAZE


Full article here.

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