Recipes: More recipes from hot chefs

"From Eat This Book: Cooking with Global Fresh Flavors by Tyler Florence "

Includes recipes for:


  • PULLED PORK BARBECUE


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Recipes: Cook of the Week Recipes

"Appeared originally in the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, 6/22/2005 8:00:00 AM, section C , page 3"

Includes recipes for:


  • Chicken Bowtie Pasta Vinaigrette

  • Spaghetti with Prosciutto and Asparagus

  • Grape Salad

  • Saucy Chicken Breasts

  • Fresh Peach Cake

  • Glaze

  • Brownie Sticks


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Recipes: Rhubarb recipes

"Some of the pies from First Lutheran Church will be this recipe, which comes from a 1960s 'Betty Crocker Cookbook.'"

Includes recipes for:


  • Standard Rhubarb Pie

  • Two-Crust Rhubarb-Custard Pie

  • Ginger-Rhubarb Bars

  • RHUBARB SAUCE

  • Angel Pillow Rhubarb Cookies


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Recipes: Recipe for June 22, 2005

Includes recipe for:


  • Grilled Pork Chops With Rhubarb Chutney


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June 21, 2005

Recipes: Readers' Recipes: Salads serve as dessert, sweet side or entree

"Here's a recipe that does double - or triple - duty.

We start with Caramel Apple Salad, a sweet side dish that also could serve as dessert. Several readers supplied that version.

And then Eugenia Dayton Graybill offers a twist that turns the basic recipe into a salad entree, by adding chicken and a few other ingredients."

Includes recipes for:


  • Caramel Apple Salad

  • Reception Salad


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June 20, 2005

Recipes: Lime-thyme potato wedges

Includes recipe for:


  • Lime-thyme potato wedges


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Recipes: Chill out with some cool summer salads

"Summer arrived with a vengeance last week. It caught me unprepared, air conditioners still packed away in the garage. On the first sweltering night, I recalled summer in the city where I grew up. Neighborhood kids played catch in back yards long past sunset, past dusk, waiting for the wind to shift. At the beginning of starlight, a chorus of mothers' voices, carried on a whiff of harbor breeze, called us in to a late dinner of salad on cool porcelain. We'd lower our heads to the table, touching our cheeks to the plates before taking forkfuls of tuna or chicken salad. Dinner salads for hot nights call for a long list of ingredients. But when I can avoid turning on the stove, I don't mind a bit of extra prep work. Some chopping, cubing, opening cans, draining, whisking and tossing is necessary for the extra flavor. The other trick is to take advantage of pre-chopped veggies. Sometimes a little boiling is necessary. Done in the cool of the morning, and storing the pasta or potatoes in the fridge until you feel like finishing the salad, closer to dinnertime, it will keep the cook cool. Bags of frozen vegetables are easily thawed and tossed into a salad, no cooking necessary. A chicken salad can be made from leftover chicken, or chicken purposefully cooked ahead and frozen for a "heat emergency."

Includes recipes for:


  • PO'FOLK SEA SUMMER SALAD

  • BIG DADDY'S FRUIT SALAD

  • CHINESE CHICKEN SLAW


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June 16, 2005

Recipes: Chef dads share recipes they prepare with the kids

"We asked two local chefs for recipes they like to make with their kids for Father's Day - or any day."

Includes recipes for:


  • STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE

  • SPICY CRABS
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Recipes: Some recipes deserve a raspberry

"A box of raspberries in my refrigerator is waiting for just the right use. Such rare and expensive things should never go to waste, but I have to admit to throwing away a moldy strawberry or two within recent history. Berries are so delicate and ephemeral.

My plan was to make a spinach/mixed greens salad with a slightly sweet poppyseed dressing and use the raspberries as a generous garnish. But the recipe below also has merit."

Includes recipes for:


  • Sauteed Chicken With Pear Raspberry Sauce


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Recipes: NASA-approved out-of-this-world bean recipe

"When NASA's Launch Control at the Kennedy Space Center gets ready to send something into space, managers break out the... beans?

The tradition dates back to the first shuttle mission. As the crew was preparing for launch, staffers brought in covered dishes to share during the long hours of work. For the historic first launch on April 12, 1981, NASA test director Norm Carlson brought in 2 gallons of beans in a Crock Pot, and some corn bread. That morning, Columbia went up, and the elated and famished launch crew devoured the beans and bread."

Includes recipes for:


  • Norm Carlson's Space Beans


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