Oysters Rockefeller
If you're looking for the best foods to bring to the party, this seafood hors d'oeuvre will steal the show. These half-shell oysters are topped with a rich and creamy mixture, that will probably have you coming back for more.This recipe is in courtesy of The Chopping Block.
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Panko-Crusted Tilapia Sandwich with Garlic-Dill Mayonnaise
It doesn’t get much easier — or tastier — than a simple fish sandwich. This panko-crusted gem is a great way to keep lunch quick and delicious. The breadcrumbs give the light fish a nice crunch, and the garlic-dill mayo adds a bold kick. Bonus: You can bake several fillets at once, and serve the whole family! Recruit the kids to bread the fish or make the sauce, and you will have a summer feast in no time. Click here to see Tasty Tilapia Recipes for Any Night of the Week.
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These are a spin on the popular bacon-wrapped dates; I just add a nutty twist to it. If you’re not in the mood to fry, skip the grapes (although I strongly suggest you don’t), but making the peanut-honey-cayenne purée to stuff the dates with is a must.
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  With meats like venison and rabbit hard to come by, the lower class of Ireland would make the most out of the meat they had, even down to the last drop of blood. When pig and cattle were introduced to their diet, the Irish figured out that the blood and fat of these animals could be used for pudding that would keep throughout the harsh winter. Black pudding remains the centerpiece of a traditional Irish breakfast, which typically features various vegetables, soda bread, breakfast meats, and potatoes as well. 
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Rubs work just as effectively as a marinade, and if you're working with the grill, you'll avoid flare ups and smoke without missing out on the flavor.
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Herb Crusted Halibut
Halibut holds up extremely well when paired with strong, bright flavors, like fresh herbs and coarsely ground breadcrumbs. This dish calls for the fish to be baked for eight minutes and then finished under the broiler for two minutes to make the crust extra-crispy and golden.  Check out more Healthy and Hearty Halibut Recipes. Click here for the 10 Seafood Recipes You Can Make in Less Than 15 Minutes 
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brussels sprouts
Your kids will definitely eat their greens at the Thanksgiving table with this recipe. Sneak in a little chocolate and you’ll be good to go!
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Crispy Garlic Parmesan Wings
An ideal wing always consists of the following: 1. Bones, whoever says they like boneless wings is fooling themselves. 2. Even spice or sauce throughout, for consistency.  3. A cooling agent, i.e. blue cheese, ranch, etc., because water won't cut it. What happens, however, when you break all the rules, shift the spice barrior, and kick the flavor up about three notches? Cue recipe! Click here to see 7 Creative Ways to Make Wings.
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Eggplant Parmesan
Eggplant parmesan was a staple in my house growing up. I've always known I could never make it as good as my mother because, well, can anyone ever make anything as good as their own mother?  Nevertheless, I make eggplant parmesan because I love it. Even if it didn't come from the kitchen of my childhood, it's delicious. Click here to see Cozy Comfort Food Recipes. 
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These chicken meatballs are incredibly easy to make and perfect for entertaining. They can be made a day in advance so that all you have to do is heat and serve when the party arrives.    Click here to see more recipes on Cindy's Table.      
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Panko-Crusted Veal Cutlet with English Peas
It may seem like a lot of butter, but I was amazed at how the crust on each piece of veal just soaked it all up — about one tablespoon each. So, if you end up with about eight cutlets like I did, you'll need the eight tablespoons of butter. It may seem a bit decadent, but it's a tasty, quick, and easy weeknight main. And a little goes a long way. Two cutlets per person should more than suffice, especially with all the buttah. Click here to see Butter vs. Olive Oil: What's Better?
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Sautéed Sugar Snap Peas with Lemon and Shallots
Inspired by a brilliantly simple Todd English broccoli recipe, this dish adds lemon peel and shallots for a bright, colorful side dish. Click here to see Eat Your Legumes — They're Good for You.
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