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Caesar Dressing
Type: Appetizers

Traditonal Caesar Dressing is made with a "coddled egg", and may not be considered food safe. Here we substitute cooked egg yolks to get that creamy consistency. The remaining cooked egg white may be finely chopped to add to your salad.

Beef Fillets with Green Peppercorn Sauce
Type: Entrees

A special occasion meal.

Roasted Beet Salad with Candied Pecans and Goat Cheese
Type: Sides

The delicious flavors in this salad make you an instant fan of beets

Meatloaf
Type: Entrees

Makes a 2 pound meatloaf or 16 small meatballs

Rosemary Sage Pork Roast
Type: Entrees

This delicious pork roast is a great and easy main dish for entertaining. Serves about 6 to 10

Beer Braised Beef Stew
Type: Soups
Comfort food for two Makes 2 to 4 servings
Dijon Vinaigrette
Type: Sauces and Dressings
This basic vinaigrette is perfect for a crisp green salad. Makes about 3/4 cup
White Beans with Tomatoes and Sage
Type: Appetizers

Beans are so easy to prepare with the pressure cooker. These beans are delicious on their own or as a topping for bruschetta.

Five Spice Chicken Wings with Vietnamese Dipping Sauce
Type: Appetizers

Five spice powder is so easy to make at home – the extra effort is worth it

Walnut Rosemary Bread with Raisins
Type: Breads
Makes 1 small round loaf, makes approximately 16 servings
Beef Barley Soup
Type: Soups
Makes about 4 to 6 servings
Crusty French Bread
Type: Breads

There is nothing like homemade bread. This bread freezes beautifully so you can make it on the weekend to serve during the week. Makes three large baguettes, about 1 pound each

Eggplant Caviar
Type: Appetizers

Makes about 1-1/4 cups

Beef Bourguignonne
Type: Entrees

This traditional French beef stew is perfect fare for entertaining on a cold winter’s night Makes 10 cups

French Cut Green Beans with Shallots
Type: Sides
The time-consuming “french cut” takes just seconds with a Cuisinart food processor. Makes 6 servings
Fresh Citrus “Vinaigrette”
Type: Sauces and Dressings

Fresh orange and lemon juices replace the vinegar in this refreshing dressing. Try it on greens, or use it to create a salad with cooked rice (try a mixture of brown and wild rice), diced vegetables and chopped toasted nuts.


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