Delicious San Francisco cioppino seafood stew dates back to 1941. You can add whatever shellfish you like, and even fish.
Author: Peggy Filippone
Creamsickle Orange Chicken is based on an orange and milk marinade. These same ingredients found in a Creamsicle® that make it so tasty, also work well to make a fabulous whole baked chicken.
Although it’s fairly difficult to ruin soup, here are some chicken soup tips and hints (aside from the love ingredient) to help you produce the most flavorful, satisfying result.
Cowboy Brisket gets its name from one of its ingredients, namely coffee, which is a staple for cowboys of old and today. Along with coffee, garlic, onions, and apple cider vinegar flavor this slow-roasted, tender beef brisket.
Tater Tot Muffins are the perfect change-up to your potato routine. They are simple to put together and each one is a convenient single serving side dish.
Spicy Cornish Hens are topped with a delicious sauce made of Dijon mustard, cayenne pepper, pepper sauce, balsamic vinegar, and raspberry jam. The sauce is based upon roasted sweet red peppers to give a gentle sweet heat to the dish.
Colorful shrimp spread is a deliciously different appetizer for parties and tailgates. It is a take-off on the ever popular Mexican 7-Layer Dip, but with seafood.
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