Beef Ribs
Whenever I see beef rib racks at the local market during the summer I’m tempted to buy, buy, buy. However, I have to limit myself to making these once a month during the summer, not once a week. These meaty ribs get two hours of heavy smoke on the grill followed by three hours in a slow oven. I usually combine the smoking portion of this recipe with some gardening so I can easily monitor the smoke level of the grill and baste the ribs frequently with sop sauce to keep them moist. It’s a little tedious, but well worth the trouble. I have a hickory tree in my yard, so I gather up fallen branches and save them for the smoking process. You should use bagged hardwood chips, they are available almost everywhere.  This recipe takes a little time and attention but it’s not difficult and you’ll be surprised how easy it is to make real Texas barbecue at home. After you smoke them, you can forget about them in the oven for three hours. Serve them up with grilled corn, beans, slaw, and slices of white bread. My Southwestern Potato Salad recipe also makes a great side dish.
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Amy's Bread
At Amy’s Bread we make our crusty rectangles of Rustic Italian bread in two sizes, as well as long skinny Filone and Country White Boules. This white bread with an airy open crumb is our version of ciabatta bread. We love it because it has so much versatility. It can be cut into flat rectangle-shaped loaves of varying sizes that are more crust than crumb, or into long chewy breadsticks covered in sesame, poppy and dill seeds and salt. With the addition of Picholine (green) olives, it can be made into Amy’s delicious Picholine Olive Bread. Spread it on a sheet pan and top it with fresh tomatoes, basil, Parmesan, and fresh mozzarella for a simple pizza. Add toasted walnut halves or pieces to the dough for flavorful walnut bread that goes great with cheese. The possibilities are limited only by your imagination.  This is a very wet dough that develops much of its strength and elasticity while it proofs in the bowl after being mixed. It takes practice to get used to handling and shaping dough this wet, but with a little persistence you’ll soon be an expert and will want to use this recipe again and again.  Click here to see the How to Make Amy's Bread Slideshow. Adapted from "Amy's Bread, Revised and Updated" by Amy Scherber, Toy Kim Dupree, and Aimee Herring
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Los Angeles' favorite pizza joint, Mulberry Street Pizzeria, serves up more than just a good New York-style pizza. Created by founder Richie Palmer and his good friend Sly Stallone, this meatball recipe is simple but authentic in flavor. To replicate the famous recipe, though, it's recommended to use Mulberry Street's world-famous marinara sauce. 
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"Child Friendly"  plum cake is so named because the girl in the video bakes in the company of her little niece, not my recipe, but I wanted to share, the recipe as well as the video:) Its a traditional Jewish-Hungarian pastry. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=zX2nnaLaxio#! Ingredients: Pastry 30 dkg flour 15 dkg strong white bread flour 3 teaspoon baking-powder 20 dkg margarine 20 dkg sugar 3 eggs Filling cinnamon 1 packet of vanilla sugar 50 dkg plum, (chopped in larger pieces) Preparation: First mix the whipped margarine with sugar. (I prefer if the margarine is soft like a liquid, it is easier to work with, so I put it into the microwave oven for half a minute, and I added the sugar only after.) After I added the eggs and the flour, contaning baking powder. I poured the dough into a buttered baking dish – of course, with the help of my busy niece – and placed the plum-pieces (poured by the vanilla sugar and cinnamon) on top of the pastry. We pushed the plum into the ough well so as not to stay on the top. It is needed to bake approx. 40 minutes in the 180-degree oven.  source: http://jewish.hu/view.php?cgroup=receptek
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"Child Friendly"  plum cake is so named because the girl in the video bakes in the company of her little niece, not my recipe, but I wanted to share, the recipe as well as the video:) Its a traditional Jewish-Hungarian pastry. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=zX2nnaLaxio#! Ingredients: Pastry 30 dkg flour 15 dkg strong white bread flour 3 teaspoon baking-powder 20 dkg margarine 20 dkg sugar 3 eggs Filling cinnamon 1 packet of vanilla sugar 50 dkg plum, (chopped in larger pieces) Preparation: First mix the whipped margarine with sugar. (I prefer if the margarine is soft like a liquid, it is easier to work with, so I put it into the microwave oven for half a minute, and I added the sugar only after.) After I added the eggs and the flour, contaning baking powder. I poured the dough into a buttered baking dish – of course, with the help of my busy niece – and placed the plum-pieces (poured by the vanilla sugar and cinnamon) on top of the pastry. We pushed the plum into the ough well so as not to stay on the top. It is needed to bake approx. 40 minutes in the 180-degree oven.  source: http://jewish.hu/view.php?cgroup=receptek
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Nashville-Style Hot Chicken
It’s fiery. It overtakes your taste buds and burns your mouth in just the right way. Nashville hot chicken allegedly born out of infidelity is nothing less than a Music City tradition — spicy, greasy, and indulgent.
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Turkey Tenderloin Cranberry Sandwich
If you want a holiday recipe without the fuss then this is the perfect recipe. Make a turkey tenderloin sandwich with cranberry sauce and cheese. 
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Turkey Slices
What to do with leftover turkey? It doesn’t get any easier than this. Feel free to add some greens to add some crunch to the sandwich.
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The coolest thing since sliced bread: ice cream on toast? You bet. Crispy-warm and frosty-sweet all at once, these real-deal ice cream sandwiches will rock your family’s summer.
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Instead of using white bread to make your French toast in the morning, step outside of the box. Try slices of cornbread — we promise that it is just as good, if not better. 
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Eggplant with Buttermilk Sauce
I can’t think of a more rustically elegant (is that a contradiction in terms?) starter. Serve with some robust white bread or pita and you'll be in food heaven. In the recipe you’ll find Sami Tamimi’s technique for getting the seeds out of the pomegranate, which I am afraid is now a very well-known secret.
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Egg and Pepper Croustades
This is an attractive and unusual way to serve eggs. Crisp, buttery toasted bread squares serve as shells for creamy scrambled eggs. Have everything that you plan to serve with the croustades ready when you begin. You will need about half a loaf of unsliced homemade-type white bread, or you can use French bread. Click here to see Easy Vegetarian Recipes That Are 'Simply Satisfying'.
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