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Ron says ...
The Leaning Tower of Scallops, Mangoes & Avocados Ingredients: * 2 avocados, diced * 1 mango, diced * Handful of bay scallops * Olive oil * Cracked pepper Instructions: 1. Dice the avocado and push it to the bottom of a circular glass 2. Dice the mango and add these on top. Squish it a little, but don’t pulverize the poor fruits 3. Flip the glass over on the serving plate, give it a tap so the mango and avocado come loose 4. Lightly grill or pan-fry some scallops and carefully place these on top of your tower 5. Dust with cracked pepper to taste 6. Serve with sliced baguette Super delicious!!!!!!
10/05/2009 2:37:47 PM CDT
Jack Brown says ...
Spasagna Bites Ingredients ---------- 4 ripe plantains 6 large eggs 1 lb. ground beef, pork, chicken or turkey 1 cup grated cheddar cheese ---------- 3 tablespoons olive oil 4 medium green peppers, seeds removed 1 red sweet pepper, seeds removed 1 large tomato 2 medium onions, peeled 3 heads of garlic, peeled 1 bunch cilantro leaves 1 teaspoon oregano leaves 1 jar olives with pimentos ---------- Directions ---------- * Peel and quarter plantains * Beat eggs * Dice onions * Dice green peppers and red sweet pepper * Mince garlic * Chop cilantro * Combine peppers, garlic and cilantro in a bowl, add oregano and olives (including liquid), mix and set aside ---------- * Add olive oil to a saucepot and heat over medium heat * Add plantains and brown on all sides * Remove plantains, add to baking dish and mash to form a base layer ---------- * Add onions to saucepot and cook until translucent * Add ground beef and brown * Add pepper mixture, bring to a boil, reduce heat and simmer for 30 minutes ---------- * Pour over plantain base layer * Pour egg mixture over beef mixture * Top with cheese ---------- * Bake in 350F oven for 30 minutes * Let cool and slice into squares * Serve with hot sauce/spicy dipping sauce ----------
10/05/2009 2:39:10 PM CDT
Lesleigh Rutherford says ...
Warm Bacon Dip Ingredients: 1 round loaf (1 pound) sourdough bread (optional) 1 pkg. (8 ounces) cream cheese, softened 1 1/2 cups (12 ounces) sour cream 2 cups (8 ounces) shredded cheddar cheese 1 1/2 tsp. Worcestershire sauce 3/4 pound sliced bacon, cooked and crumbled 3/4 cup chopped green onions Assorted crackers If using the bread as a bread bowl, cut the top fourth off the loaf of bread; carefully hollow out the bottom, leaving a 1-inch shell. Reserve the removed bread for other purposes. Otherwise, grease a large serving dish. In a mixing bowl, beat the cream cheese. Add the sour cream, cheddar, and Worcestershire sauce until combined; stir in bacon and onions. Spoon into bread bowl or dish. If using bread bowl, wrap filled bread bowl in heavy duty foil. Bake at 325 degrees for 1 hour or until heated through. Serve with crackers. Yield: about 4 cups of dip, so it goes a long way!
10/05/2009 2:43:13 PM CDT
Mia Russo says ...
I get requests for my Caramel Cream Cheese Dip. Unwrap 16 – 20 caramels and cut into small pieces. Place in a small saucepan and add a small amount of water or milk and melt on low heat. Stir often. Put one softened 8 oz. block of cream cheese in a medium bowl. Add a ¼ cup of brown sugar and cream with hand mixer. When the caramels have melted and are smooth, add to cream cheese and mix thoroughly. Serve with apple slices or any favorite fruit.
10/05/2009 2:44:22 PM CDT
maggie dillard says ...
Start with a puff pastry.Brush with a beaten egg. Cut the pastry into bite size squares. Bake until golden brown. However, halfway through baking, push down the center of the puff to make an edge ( works best with your thumb, just be careful!!) While the puffs are cooking take a frying pan and add raw almonds or pecans ( just enough to cover bottom of pan). Add enough water to cover the nuts about half way. add a little less than 1/4 raw sugar, a teaspoon of chili powder and a little fresh ground black pepper. Gently simmer until all the water has dissolved and the nuts are coated. In the center of the puffs add a few small pieces of gorgonzola cheese and a couple nuts!! I promise you will be addicted!! tip: it is best to work with the nuts while still warm. If they begin to stick together just warm them up again.
10/05/2009 2:58:40 PM CDT
Denise Musser says ...
My favorite appitizer is saurkraut balls: One small canned ham chopped, One Can drained saurkraut, 3 garlic cloves, One small onion, One block, small, cream cheese, Blend in food processor, roll in balls, dip in beaten egg and milk, roll in bread crumbs, deep fry till golden brown, serve hot. For people that don't like the saurkaut, I call them ham balls, they never really know the difference, they are to die for, My mom made them every year, for the holidays.
10/05/2009 3:19:22 PM CDT
Jayme H. says ...
Baked Prosciutto Jalapeno Wraps These are simple, delicious, and can be made in a flash. I always keep a stash of frozen jalapenos from my garden, so I can assemble these appetizers quickly, if I have unexpected guests. 1/4 to a 1/2 pound La Quercia American Prosciutto, sliced thinly 8 ounces cream cheese 15 or so jalapeno peppers (each pepper makes two servings) Preheat oven to 350. Cut off the stems of the jalapenos, slice the peppers lengthwise, and spoon out the seeds (wash hands thoroughly before you touch your eyes!). Fill cream cheese inside the hollowed peppers, slightly mounded over the top. Wrap the stuffed peppers with a piece of prosciutto and line on a baking sheet. Bake about ten minutes to cook. Next, set the oven to broil and broil until the prosciutto slightly crisps. Flip each pepper to crisp the other side. This can be easily done in small batches in a toaster oven.
10/05/2009 3:22:28 PM CDT
Donna says ...
Do you know what Shoepeg corn is and if so, do you carry it? I am in AZ, Phoenix area. Thanks
10/07/2009 3:34:18 PM CDT
InnLing says ...
nutella on sliced baguette! yum yum. easy and delicious.
10/28/2009 11:11:20 AM CDT
Carol Castaneda says ...
I like your organic unbleached white flour but I would like more value for my money. Why don't you sell larger bags of flour at a cost savings for your customers. I like to make bread
02/21/2011 10:45:57 AM CST

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