Top Rated Horseradish Recipes

Juicy Lucy
When I was growing up, my mom always made us cheeseburgers with cheese stuffed inside of the burger rather than slicing it on top. It wasn't until much later that I discovered this wasn't just a Chevriere family thing but an actual style of cheeseburger, called a Juicy Lucy. Regardless of what you call it, it's delicious. (And I would also recommend experimenting with other types of cheese besides Cheddar, like blue cheese or taleggio.)
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Chilled Crab Dip recipe - The Daily Meal
Old-fashioned crab recipes such as chilled crab dip are part of the fabric of Chesapeake Bay culture and an important part of Maryland regional history. And with sweet, delectable crab as a centerpiece, they are absolutely delicious. Debbie Daugherty Richardson, past president of the Junior League of Annapolis, says this simple recipe for cold crab dip was handed down for generations within an Annapolis family before its inclusion in "Of Tide and Thyme," a cookbook published by the Junior League of Annapolis (reprinted with permission).This recipe was originally published in The Baltimore Sun.
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Extra Bloody Mary Salsa
This recipe, which calls for olives, horseradish, hot pepper sauce and Worcestershire sauce, emulates all of the best flavors of a Bloody Mary. Recipe courtesy of Ready Set Eat
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4.5
Christmas Rib Roast
This recipe, courtesy of the beef experts at "Beef. It's What's For Dinner," proves that making a roast for the holidays or a large dinner party shouldn't be intimidating. Follow along with the video above as meat scientist Bridget Wasser explains the ins and outs of preparing your meat for cooking. Serve with the horseradish sauce and roasted fennel as instructed below, or just keep it simple with a side of roasted vegetables of your choice.
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Chowder
If you’re looking for an intense, comforting bowl of chowder, this recipe filled with Cheddar, brats, and beer is here for you.This recipe is courtesy of Food.com.
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4.5
Everyone's favorite restaurant appetizer just got way easier to make from home. Using an air fryer allows the pickles to crisp up just right, without any grease to weight them down or make them soggy. Serve the dish with your favorite zesty dipping sauce. Recipe courtesy of Ready Set Eat.
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4.5
I do love a good egg salad, but this time, I wanted to put a little twist on it. That's right: This egg salad has been French-ified. Frenchied? Frenched? Anyway, I thought the results were pretty darn good. Slather it on a baguette (obviously), top it with some arugula and chopped olives and a drizzle of extra-virgin olive oil, and you'll be in egg salad heaven.
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4.5
The Tiburon Tavern is fast becoming one of the most popular restaurants in Tiburon, California. This Bloody Mary is a great example of their menu offerings that feature simple, delicious comfort cuisine that uses the finest, fresh seasonal ingredients, many of which are grown by local farmers.
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Bacon Bloody Mary
Why stick with regular old vodka and tomato juice, when you can have your favorite brunch drink with bacon, too? This twist on the classic cocktail is served at 3rd & Ferry Fish Market in Easton, Pennsylvania.This recipe was originally published in The Morning Call.
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Enjoy seaside dining at its best. There are many Laguna Beach, Calif., restaurants to choose from, but Splashes serves up fresh seaside cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. With the sea just 25 feet below, guests can dine watching the waves roll in — whether it's inside by an open window or on one of the palm-shaded patios. The ocean views are not the only thing to savor, as each dish the culinary teams prepares is driven by fresh, local, and simply delicious ingredients. During brunch Splashes serves their signature Bloody Mary, the Sol Mary, made with house vodka, house-made yellow tomato blend, cucumber, and horseradish.  
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Maple-Glazed Pork Chops
Four ingredients, 20 minutes — this is one quick, flavorful main. I chose bone-in pork chops for flavor — Berkshire bone-in, to be exact, which is well worth the extra dough if you want some good marbling. The glaze is a simple riff on honey mustard, and it caramelizes on the surface of the pork as it grills. If it sticks, use a thin metal fish spatula to help loosen the meat from the grill. Click here to see Cooking with Maple Syrup — 8 Recipes.  
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2.5
For your upcoming holiday party, serve this dip as an appetizer. It's easy to make, and won't make you too full before your main course.  Click here for 5 Healthy Holiday Recipes
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