April 2, 2006

Recipe News: Recipe ideas for Easter dinner

"Here's an Easter-dinner parade of recipes for main courses, side dishes and desserts served up by Food Network personalities Robin Miller, Giada De Laurentiis and Paula Deen."

Includes recipes for:


  • HONEY HAM WITH MANDARIN ORANGES

  • SESAME-GLAZE SNAP PEAS WITH PEARL ONION

  • GRILLED LAMB CHOPS

  • ROASTED ASPARAGUS

  • TASSIE CUPS WITH LEMON CURD FILLING

  • FRESH STRAWBERRY SORBET


Full article here.

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Recipe News: More candy recipes

"These recipes would be great to try for an Easter treat."

Includes recipes for:


  • Chocolate Chip Clusters

  • Chocolate Pretzel Rings Recipe

  • Easy Ritz Cracker Candy

  • Peanut Butter Cups

  • Peanut Butter Fudge

  • Easy White Fudge


Full article here.

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March 29, 2006

Recipes News: Salad dressing recipes

"Basic instructions for making vinaigrette dressings:


* Add all dry ingredients to a blender, slowly drizzle in olive oil until dressing becomes fully emulsified.


* Alternate method: Whisk ingredients together in a bowl, slowly drizzle oil, whisking constantly until desired consistence is attained.


* Third method: (From Emeril Lagasse.) Mix all ingredients together in a screw top jar and shake vigorously until emulsified.


Once you have your favorite nailed down, experiment with ingredients to incorporate other tastes and flavors you enjoy."

Includes recipes for:


  • Balsamic Vinaigrette

  • Dill Vinaigrette

  • Basic Vinaigrette

  • French Vinaigrette

  • Strawberry Balsamic Vinaigrette


Full article here.

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Recipe News: Fast Lane recipe: Chunky Chicken Pasta

Includes recipe for:


  • Chunky Chicken Pasta


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March 28, 2006

Recipe News: Taste of Home Recipes

Includes recipes for:


  • Turkey Lo Mein

  • Southern Pecan Catfish

  • Bacon-Wrapped Green Beans


Full article here.

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Recipe News: Tiramisu

Includes recipe for:


  • Tiramisu


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March 25, 2006

Recipe News: COOK OF THE WEEK RECIPES

Includes recipes for:


  • Mexican Lasagna

  • Southern Sweet Potato Pie

  • Corn Pudding

  • Orange Marmalade Cake


Full article here.

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March 22, 2006

Recipe News: Haddock with zucchini and tomatoes en papillote

"Fish cooked en papillote is going to be a winner, whether the packaging is greased parchment paper, as in the original French method, or today's more common aluminum foil.

The feast the diner unwraps consists of moist and tender pieces of fish, to which well-seasoned vegetables may have been added, plus a flavorful broth.

If you haven't yet tried it, the following haddock recipe will help. It's among the tested-beyond-doubt selection the editors of Cook's Illustrated magazine set out in their new cookbook, ``The Best Light Recipe'' (America's Test Kitchen, 2006, $35).

The front cover tells us the book offers ``300 lower-fat recipes that put flavor first.'' Detailed documentation of the painstaking process of developing these recipes is included, in classic Cook's Illustrated style.

The range is wide, from appetizers and salads, pasta and main dishes through quick breads and desserts. Each recipe comes with a nutrition analysis, often underlined with before-and-after comparison panels.

The book's fish-en-papillote recipe for haddock uses foil and, naturally, the ingredients and cooking times that won out during experimenting."

Includes recipe for:


  • Haddock with zucchini and tomatoes en papillote


Full article here.

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Recipe News: Recipe Swap: Banana-nut bread and cake

"A recent request for a recipe for banana bread brought a swift response from Lee Reynolds of Clemmons, whose family enjoys a version that she got from Southern Living a few years ago.

We also dug up a recipe sent in a while back from Ruth Kilpatrick that she calls a cake but essentially is a sweet bread. This recipe takes a shortcut by using cake mix."

Includes recipe for:


  • Banana Bread

  • Banana Nut Cake


Full article here.

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March 21, 2006

Recipe News: Recipe of the week: Raspberry pistachio cakes

"Spring is in the air, and another birthday has arrived. Having reached the age of 24, I feel like the binge drinking party theme has become totally played out. The ambiance of a dinner party seems more appealing, plus the opportunity to spend the day in a kitchen fulfills this birthday girl’s wishes.

As the aromas of slow-roasted prime rib and steamed king crab legs fill the air, the question of what to make for dessert looms about, and the options are endless. Should my birthday dessert be my favorite cake, German chocolate, or should I attempt a fruit pie, apple or banana cream? All of these choices seemed too traditional, and, in an attempt to make this birthday unforgettable, traditions had to go. So, the dessert of choice for this exquisite birthday dinner had to be raspberry pistachio cakes. These individual-sized sweet and salty nutty fruit cupcakes are delightfully delicious. I first tried them in Portland. While wandering from one airport gift shop to the next, a small cooking magazine jumped out at me. “Everyday Food,” a facet of the Martha Stewart Empire, supplied the recipe with a thought-provoking and mouthwatering picture. Once unpacked and rested back in Boise, the kitchen seemed more inviting than ever. This first-ever attempt at baking these individual cakes failed miserably because these cakes don’t do well in a muffin tin. While still edible, the cakes seemed to be just lumps of bread.

This time around, I smartened up. Instead of spending a $20 on ramekins, I stumbled upon individual pie tins. Not only were the tins the perfect size, but also the package supplied just enough for everyone attending my birthday shindig."

Includes recipe for:


  • Raspberry pistachio cakes


Full article here.

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