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Louisana Cornbread Dressing

Louisana Cornbread Dressing by Redneck Mike

My grandma made the best cornbread dressing and it has been our family tradition to have it with Giblet gravy since long before I was old enough to walk.

1 vote
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Marinated Prime Rib Roast

Marinated Prime Rib Roast by Connie Mcmillan

Originally this is my husband`s prime rib recipe, since holiday is fast approaching I did a major twist to this recipe to make it more festive.I added pineapplebits for tropical touch, ground cloves for the aroma and brown sugar for the hint of sweetness. This flavorful roast is suitable for any special occasion and the marinade in…

115 votes
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Habanero Butter Chicken

Habanero Butter Chicken by Daniel Brock

I living in Az for a couple of years gave me a love for Southwestern food, so I try to mix up every dish with a lil spice. For the people that prefer chicken over turkey this is a great way to spice up your thanksgiving

75 votes
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Authentic Mohanthal For Diwali - A Traditional Gujarati Sweet - Chickpea Flour Fudge

Authentic Mohanthal For Diwali - A Traditional Gujarati Sweet - Chickpea Flour Fudge by A2Z Healthy Vegetarian Cuisine

Know What You Eat: Mohanthal or Chickpea (besan) flour fudge is a Gujarati delicacy most often made during any auspicious occasions like Deepawali | Diwali. It can be described as chickpea (besan) flour fudge spiced with cardamom and topped with sliced…

1 vote
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Roasted Halibut or Sea Bass with Balsamic Garlic glaze

Roasted Halibut or Sea Bass with Balsamic Garlic glaze by Nancy Miyasaki

This recipe got rave reviews in a cookbook I love. However, it wasn't as boldly flavored as I would like. If you're looking for a simple, elegant dish with mild flavors, you will probably love it.

5 votes
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PA Dutch Hog Maw

PA Dutch Hog Maw by Jann from PA

This is the best tasting dish ever! It smells great while cooking! If you can find a place to get a cleaned pig stomach from a butcher, you are so lucky. I have never cleaned one myself (you have to remove an inner and an outer layer, and leave a pink stomach without any extra holes in it). It is similar to sausage casings, but in…

1 vote
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Turkey stuffed jalapenos

Turkey stuffed jalapenos by Daniel Brock

I love spicy food and turkey goes great with spicy give these a try as a thanksgiving appetizer

17 votes
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Roasted pig's snouts and ears

Roasted pig's snouts and ears by Arturo Féliz-Camilo

I know this will be literally “hard to swallow” for many! LOL! But staying true to the site theme (Traditional Dominican food) Believe me when I say that even though I myself have a bit of a hard time eating it, the taste is great! This is one of the most popular and favored street foods. In the street it is generally fried instead…

1 vote
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Peruvian Roast Chicken

Peruvian Roast Chicken by John Spottiswood

This is a fantastic recipe that I adapted from the Cook's Illustrated Cookbook. I was looking for a new family favorite to rival my Cumin Chicken recipe, and this came darn close. The flavors in this recipe blend together very nicely and don't overwhelm the flavor of the chicken. Everyone in our family enjoyed it. We served it…

7 votes
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Roasted Broccoli

Roasted Broccoli by John Spottiswood

This roasted broccoli recipe, adapted from the Barefoot Contessa, is really wonderful. It has a lot of flavor. We served it with a mild pasta, and it was just a wonderful combination. Don't be worried by the lemon juice and zest. They impart a subtle flavor that adds a nice dimension to this dish.

25 votes
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Perfectly Roast Chicken Every Time

Perfectly Roast Chicken Every Time by Jane Evans Bonacci

There are so many ways to cook chicken. I can cut it apart and make a stew. I can butterfly it and grill it. Or I can leave it whole and have leftovers to use tomorrow. Yep, that’s what I’ll do! The ease of roasting a chicken and the beauty of the golden brown crispy skin is calling to me today.

1 vote
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Chicken Provencal w/ Honey & Lavender

Chicken Provencal w/ Honey & Lavender by Amos Miller

I wanted to recreate the summery scents and flavors of Provence, France, so this is the result. You can inject this formula between the skin and flesh of a chicken or a duck. You can also baste your bird during the last half hour of roasting. Either way, this is an amazing taste trip to the south of France. If you have a Bandol…

4 votes
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Chicken Saltimbocca With Mushroom Marsala Sauce

Chicken Saltimbocca With Mushroom Marsala Sauce by Bob Vincent

I needed to use some leftover Prosciutto from a previous dish so this was the result. It was tasty with the Marsala mushroom sauce. I served the chicken and sauce over Angel Hair pasta but it would be good on its own without the added carbohydrates. I smoked the chicken with Pecan wood but pan frying or oven roasting would be fine…

2 votes
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Roasted Red Pepper & Feta Dip

Roasted Red Pepper & Feta Dip by Amos Miller

Still snowed in and entertaining the stranded! So I tried another Ellie Krieger recipe for a game day or appetizer dip option. Even though Ellie is a registered dietician and a very dedicated health nut, I still like her recipes! Anyway, I love roasted sweet peppers and, having 3 reds on hand, some crumbled feta cheese and a lemon I…

3 votes
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Pollo in porchetta

Pollo in porchetta by Frank Fariello

When I served this dish, several of my dinner guests were wondering what the 'secret' ingredient was that have this roast chicken such a special flavor. Of course, rotisserie chicken is almost always wonderfully juicy and luscious, but pollo in porchetta--chicken prepared in the manner of roast suckling pig--is something else.

8 votes
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