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The Fall Calendar Calls for Spicy Chicken Wings
The Fall Calendar Calls for Spicy Chicken Wings. These are good hot or cold. This popular recipe is a favorite from our 2002 column
Tiny Chocolate Covered Cakes and Fruit Kabobs
Cool down with fresh fruit and chocolate after a fiery feast. This Chocolate Covered Cakes and Fruit Kabobs recipe makes a big hit with grown ups and kids.
Tips For Eating Out Without Pigging Out
November marks the start of holiday office parties. You may even meet in a restaurant after work to plan the office party. So what can you do to stay on your healthy diet, save calories and a little money while getting ready for the onslaught of festivities and calorie laden meals?
Toffe Bananas with Sesame Seeds
I had these delicious toffeed bananas with my first Asian meal. The bananas were served at room temperature. They were a mouth watering golden caramel color and coated with sesame seeds. The combination of caramel melting on my tongue to get to the creamy banana was like tasting ambrosia.
Tomato-Onion Confetti Recipe
Plump plum tomatoes are the stars of this tomato-onion confetti recipe. Serve over grilled meats or fish.
Turkey Kielbasa and Spicy Sauerkraut Recipe
Turkey Kielbasa and spicy sauerkraut is a fine combination. Especially when served with pork and beans or stuffed in a warm Pita pocket. Vinegared peppers and sliced onion makes this a very grown up dish.
Turkey Leftover Recipes
Turn leftover turkey into a tasty cheese topped chili
This turkey, apple, sweet bell peppers, onion mix is the perfect filling for warm pita bread that has been toasted with savory hot sauced butter.
Veal Chops in Tomato Sauce Recipe
Veal chops in a spicy saffron tomato sauce is a nice way to serve veal. Each chop is then topped with a tasty yogurt relish. Serve with brown rice.
Vegetable Barley Risotto
Tender vegetables and slow cooked barley bring visions of an old fashioned country farm meal but this quicker version is ready to take its place along side of spicy sirloin steak and be served elegantly to guests.
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