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Bring a touch of the Emerald Isle to your home with these dazzling Shamrock Sugar Cookies, decorated with green-tinted icing.
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hhenehan
My sister got this way of making cheeseburgers from America's Test Kitchen. It is by far the best cheeseburger I have ever tasted and is best cooked on the grill. I would compare the taste of this cheeseburger to a steakhouse like Houlihan's.
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Chef #784013
Welch's and Fresh Samantha's are our favorite brands of tomato juice for this recipe—not too thick, with a bright, lively flavor. This recipe makes a large quantity because the leftovers are so good, but it can be halved if you prefer. Traditionally, diners garnish their gazpacho with more of the same diced vegetables that are in the soup, so cut some extra vegetables when you prepare those called for in the recipe. Additional garnish possibilities include simple garlic croutons, chopped pitted black olives, chopped hard-cooked eggs, and finely diced avocados. For a finishing touch, serve in chilled bowls. My note: I made the tomato juice using 1 part tomato sauce and 1 part water.
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Wey
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jon.burt@fit52.com
Chicken Tandoori without a tandor oven as presented on America's Test Kitchen.
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Chef #564933
This is from The America's Test Kitchen Family Cookbook. Quick and easy to make, and the tacos taste much better than fast food. You can adjust the spices to your liking, if necessary, and top with your favorite garnishes, such as cheese, lettuce, tomato, onions, sour cream, etc. Enjoy!
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Twiggyann
Since there are only two of us in the house (well only 2 humans), I don't like to make desserts because there's SO MUCH. So when I came across this recipe I had to try it. It was delicious and the portions were just perfect for us. From Cooking For Two 2009, America's Test Kitchen
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StrikingEyes00
I just came back from my honeymoon in Puerto Vallarta and have been craving Mexican ever since! I turned on America's Test Kitchen and this is what they were making today! Looked so good, I had to quickly jot down the recipe and post here for safe keeping. They said that it's important to make your own ingredients instead of buying store bought beans or salsa if you want the authentic Mexican flavors. Here's the recipe!
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Aaron Shuman
Although they won't be quite as plump or deeply flavored, the breasts can also be grilled without brining them first. To do so, simply omit step 1 in the recipe below and sprinkle the breasts generously with salt and pepper before placing them on ...
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DrGaellon
From Cook's Country episode 111, "Midwestern Favorites." Use canned tomato sauce, not jarred spaghetti sauce.
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GinaCucina
This has got to be my favorite banana bread. I have made so many from this website and others. The key is the frozen bananas.
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Andrea G.
Most of the monkey bread recipes I've seen call for store-bought biscuit dough. This is a delicious alternative for those of us who love to bake bread from scratch.
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