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Pork chops and apples



We truly loved these pork chops. Really like the combination of cinnamon and apples over the pork.
A grown-up version of pork chops and applesauce. My family loves it. It’s well worth the additional work.
Quite a tasty meal that is visually interesting. It truly is extremely straightforward to make and virtually cooks itself on medium heat. Soon after the first time, you can adjust/balance your apples and brown sugar to taste.
Simple to prepare. Flavor of pecans with the apples a perfect pairing for the chops. Undoubtedly a keeper.
Amazing taste and presentation! I typically make applesauce to go with pork chops, but this was simpler and more rapidly. Except for a sandwich, this was the quickest meal I have ever made. I did discover it necessary to add a small water when creating the sauce.
This is a new way to make pork chops, but a delightful way! Good blend of apples and spices. I utilised McIntosh apples and the flavors of the spices are fantastic! I used Blue Bonn…
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Baked shrimp scampi

2 lbs (twelve to 15 per pound) shrimp in the shell
3 tablespoons excellent olive oil
2 tablespoons dry white wine
Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper
twelve tablespoons (one 1/2 sticks) unsalted butter, at space temperature
four teaspoons minced garlic (4 cloves)
1/four cup minced shallots
three tablespoons minced fresh parsley leaves
1 teaspoon minced fresh rosemary leaves
1/four teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes
1 teaspoon grated lemon zest
two tablespoons freshly squeezed lemon juice
one added-massive egg yolk
2/3 cup panko (Japanese dried bread flakes)
Lemon wedges, for serving

Preheat the oven to 425 degrees F.
Peel, devein, and butterfly the shrimp, leaving the tails on. Area the shrimp in a mixing bowl and toss gently with the olive oil, wine, 2 teaspoons salt, and one teaspoon pepper. Permit to sit at area temperature while you make the butter and garlic mixture.
In a tiny bowl, mash the softened butter with the garlic, shallots, parsley, rosemary, red pepper flake…

Prickly pear margarita

One of the newer meals fads is the tasty Prickly Pear Margarita served by trendy dining establishments across the Southwest.
The margarita was invented to act as a coping mechanism that both tasted great and made people feed awesome in the hot climate of the region. A single reason for the margarita’s rise in popularity is that it is a very versatile recipe that lends itself to variations in fruit flavorings. Considering that it original creation, several variations of the conventional margarita have been produced with fresh flavors like mango and prickly pear. Regardless of whether plain, salted, straight up, on the rocks, or frozen, margaritas are created in an array of flavors and colours.
My brother and his wife, Jerry and Laura Stewart, of Tucson, Arizona d > “The Prickly Pear Margaritas have been great! We could not stop drinking them. We especially like the shade of the prickly pear juice, and we are margarita snobs!”
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Corn dip



My daughter had me make this for a get togetIt was definitely amazing. I was astonished as to how the elements blended with each other. This is a single recipe that Spice wasn't a issue. It truly is 1 of my prime ten favorites now.
I include chopped green, yellow, and orange bell peppers, regular onions, an further can of chopped green chilis, and Tons AND Plenty AND Plenty OF TABASCO SAUCE. This is the secret weapon to make your corn dip above the best from all other folks. Trust ME. AND BY THE WAY. YOU Much better USE THE Huge SCOOPS FRITOS WITH THIS. Nothing ELSE WILL DO. (taste-sensible …..and sturdy-smart. )
My family members loves this dip. I usually use frozen corn as an alternative of the canned. I also include 1-2 tsp of cumin and one tsp of garlic salt. Refrigerating overnight makes a big big difference in taste. It's also excellent when heated, but we like it very best when cold. It makes alot! I typically lower it in half if it is not for a party.

Green tomato pie

Chef Travis Milton shares a recipe for an previous-fashioned dessert
by Jed Portman and Jessica Mischner
photo: Peter Frank Edwards
“Green tomato pie was one thing I often heard about when I was developing up, but we in no way manufactured it,” says chef de cuisine Travis Milton. “Then 1 day, I cracked open Housekeeping in Outdated Virginia, and there was a detail-totally free recipe.” More analysis into the particulars of the nearly extinct dessert unveiled that nineteenth-century Southerners had prepared it as a summertime substitute for apple pie. Milton, whose repertoire is heavy with heirloom recipes inspired by his assortment of vintage cookbooks, made the decision to give it a consider. He devised his very own recipe after weeks of trial and error. With an outdated-fashioned buttermilk crust baked in a layer of smoky bacon excess fat, and a sweet, jammy filling, it’s a throwback pie with character—and far more than satisfying adequate to hold you over until apple season.

Guacamole recipe

My all-time preferred guacamole recipe is rapid and easy to make, naturally gluten-free of charge and vegan, and constantly the hit of a celebration.
Grab those ripe avocados, because these days we’re speaking about my all-time preferred easy guacamole recipe!
I have manufactured this guacamole dip practically hundreds and hundreds of times above the many years, and my friends and family members always rave about it. It’s produced with all of the normal fresh ingredients you would locate in a traditional genuine guacamole recipe, plus a dash of ground cumin, which I’m convinced rounds all of the flavors out completely. But the factor I enjoy most about this guacamole recipe is that the components are all flawlessly balanced. It’s not too spicy, not as well citrus-y, and it’s flawlessly salted so that the avocados stay the stars of the show. (As they constantly need to be a well-created batch of guac!)
Of course, there are a million techniques to use put this guacamole recipe to delightf…