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Marie Biscuit Cake

Marie Biscuit Cake by louise

This no cook dessert is a favourite of mine. The biscuits used are 'Morning coffee' or 'Marie biscuits'. You can also use the LU Cookies or Rich Tea Biscuits that can be bought from Amazon. I have not seen the Marie or Morning Coffee type in the US except at the PBX on an armed forces base! They have all sorts of European food!…

13 votes
102253 views
Grilled Blue Marlin with Lemon-Butter Sauce

Grilled Blue Marlin with Lemon-Butter Sauce by ShaleeDP

This is one of the fishes that I love!

1 vote
76456 views
Taco Pie

Taco Pie by Glenn

Tacos without all of the mess. If you like Taco you have got to like Taco Pie and it is really easy to make. Enjoy.

57 votes
347686 views
PF Changs Chicken Noodle Soup Copy Cat

PF Changs Chicken Noodle Soup Copy Cat by Lisa

I found this recipe for PF Changs Chicken Noodel Soup - which I Love! I made it this week adn it is pretty right on. I am copying the exact recipe below but here are my suggestions/modifications based on the soup I made: use less soy or low sodium, soup was a little salty for my liking. I did a pretty long squirt of siracha - (2…

14 votes
138585 views
Adobong Atay-Balunbalunan (Chicken Liver and Gizard Adobo)

Adobong Atay-Balunbalunan (Chicken Liver and Gizard Adobo) by ShaleeDP

An exotic recipe enjoyed by many filipinos and very tasty!

1 vote
35622 views
CROCKPOT MEATBALL PARM

CROCKPOT MEATBALL PARM by Cara Fernicola

There's nothing better then coming home after a long days work, to the smell of slow cooked meatballs and sauce! This recipe is quick to prepare, super easy (you cant mess this up!), cheap and most of all DELISH! Perfect weeknight meal

16 votes
145478 views
CEVICHE! ~ Costa Rican Style

CEVICHE! ~ Costa Rican Style by Amos Miller

My buddy, Ed, of Puerto Rican descent, spent his time in the Air Force in Central and South America. Ed's favorite dish: ceviche! He tells endless tales of trying ceviche, which is seafoods 'cooked' in nothing but citrus juice. Ed always said that the ceviche he would eat by the gallon, if he could get it, was that he had in Costa…

7 votes
111438 views
Killer Hogs Dry Rub Recipe

Killer Hogs Dry Rub Recipe by Malcom Reed

This is the recipe we use in competition BBQ contests. It's a simple dry rub, but it gives your meat the exact flavor you need to produce award-winning barbecue every time.

4 votes
49464 views
Scouse

Scouse by Colin Callan

Scouse was brought to Liverpool by Northern European sailors, it was originally called Labskause or lobskause. This was finally shortened to Skause and over time the spelling changed to the more Anglicised version we know and love today, Scouse. Interesting Note: The Danish name is "skipper labskovs". In Swedish, it's "kallops".…

10 votes
31642 views
THE Bacardi Rum Cake.....adjusted for today's box cake mixes

THE Bacardi Rum Cake.....adjusted for today's box cake mixes by Salad Foodie

Several years ago Bacardi’s Rum Cake recipe used an 18 ½ ounce cake mix and box of instant vanilla pudding mix. Not long after that box cake mixes were developed with “pudding in the mix” which now are known as “super moist” or “deliciously moist.”…

10 votes
85792 views
Cowboy Caviar

Cowboy Caviar by Lynn Yamamoto

This is fresh, healthy and delicious. People love it, even kids. You can make it ahead, so it's great for a summer party. Serve it with scoop-shaped tortilla chips, or have it on the side as a relish. I add extra cilantro, because there can never be too much cilantro!

106 votes
192513 views
Simple Pan-fried Fish with Indian Spices

Simple Pan-fried Fish with Indian Spices by John Spottiswood

This is a simple dish I throw together with fresh white fish fillets (typically Swai, Tilapia, Catfish, or Orange Roughy). It's easy to make and our whole family loves it. I know it seems crazy to give this four and a half stars, but it's a really great combination of flavors. Try this with rice and a vegetable side dish or salad,…

20 votes
165636 views
Banana Bread

Banana Bread by Cindi M Bauer

This is my all-time-favorite Banana Bread!

1 vote
149 views
Japanese Street Crepes

Japanese Street Crepes by LittleJapanMama

Crepes are a big hit with young people in Japan. The paper-thin crepes are made fresh and rolled into a cone shape so they can be eaten on the go. Fillings include anything from strawberries and creme caramel, to tuna and lettuce. This is my version, made on a regular frypan at home. See my littlejapanmama link below for step-by-step…

1 vote
24076 views
Buttered Corn and Carrots

Buttered Corn and Carrots by ShaleeDP

I like side dishes and this is one of the many that i like.

1 vote
29118 views