Tzatziki
There are very few people who aren't a fan of this Greek staple. As a spread, as a dip, as a sauce — it's the universal answer for all Grecian culinary woes. In this instance, I spread that tzatziki right across a lamb burger with all the right spices. You can imagine the action-packed flavor that occurred at the first bite — heaven.  The only way to really make it is to make a good-sized portion, because you're going to keep coming back to it again and again.  Click here for more Greek yogurt recipes.
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SPAM Classic Musubi
Adding rice and nori might just be the best thing to ever happen to SPAM Classic. This is the perfect snack to make and enjoy using only four ingredients. Recipe courtesy of SPAM
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Lawry's the Prime Rib is a Chicago classic. And you can replicate their classic prime rib at home with just two ingredients. Want to make the prime rib authentic? Ask your butcher if he can age your prime rib before you buy it.This recipe is from the Tribune Archives.
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This impressive roast is perfect for holiday gatherings. Coat the meat with a hearty rub and slow roast it to perfection for about four hours.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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Short Ribs
Here is a delicious and classic braised short rib recipe, adapted from the 1948 spring issue of Good Housekeeping Magazine.
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Cabbage N' Kale
Here is a simple and easy cabbage and kale recipe, inspired by the 50s era recipes featured in the pages of Good Housekeeping Magazine.
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hummus
This Middle-Eastern appetizer is a beloved treat all over the world. Making it yourself is a breeze and even more delicious than store-bought. Serve it with pita bread and dip away.Recipe courtesy of McCormick.
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Few foods are more delicious than a stack of fluffy pancakes. This classic recipe only needs a handful of pantry staples as ingredients, and as for fillings and add-ins, you can let your imagination run wild.
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Prime Rib Roast with Potato and Rutabaga Gratin and L’Etoile’s Steak Sauce
An alternative to turkey is this wonderful prime rib roast served with potato and rutabaga gratin and L’Etoile steak sauce. A hearty option for any holiday menu, the rib roast is served with L’Etoile’s signature steak sauce and addicting potato and rutabaga gratin on the side.
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Chef Elizabeth Karmel is the famed chef of New York City's favorite fried chicken and homemade pie joint, Hill Country Chicken, as well as of New York City and Washington, D.C.'s top Texas-style barbecue restaurant. Her favorite traditional holiday recipe is prime rib with horseradish cream and Yorkshire pudding. "It is always my family's traditional holiday dish — it's the star of our dinner, but very simple for a home cook to make! Make sure to order an untrimmed rib roast with the fat and rib bones still intact — this will baste the meat and keep it juicy during the long cooking time. I serve the prime rib with a decadent horseradish cream and a side of sizzling Yorkshire pudding."
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Margaritas are a timeless cocktail. They can be enjoyed oceanside during summer or with a platter of tacos at your favorite Mexican restaurant. But the beverage can easily be made from home with a few staple ingredients and this classic recipe will satisfy your marg cravings every time.
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Best Classic Sidecar Recipe
The English variation demands more cognac, but this is the original French recipe, which we think is loveliest: equal parts of each ingredient means a perfect balance of flavors — and a lower alcohol content. That may not sound ideal, but trust us when we say that the sidecar’s punch has a tendency to sneak up on you.
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