ARTICLES For Traditional American
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An easy and flavorful turkey brine that will insure your turkey is moist and delicious.
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Cioppino, or fisherman's stew, is a great dish for entertaining and surprisingly simple to make. Better yet, it is very flexible, buy whatever seafood is fresh and inexpensive and you can't go wrong.
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HIghly rated by my son Mikey, a pulled pork aficionado, this slow-cooked pulled pork recipe received his highest ratings.
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Nothing beats ice-cold vichyssoise topped with snipped chives on a hot summer day. Give this easy-to-make old-school treat a try!
THE BEST OATMEAL CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES
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I truly think this is is one of the best oatmeal chocolate chip cookies I have ever eaten. I bet you can't eat just one. Or two, or three!
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Packed with vegetables, three kinds of beans, two kinds of meat and lots of spices, I have been making this chili for my family for 20 plus years. I always make extra for the freezer.
MOLASSES GINGER COOKIES
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Theses cookies are spicy, buttery, chewy and crisp all at the same time. I think you will find them uncontrollable addicting.
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Canlis Restaurant's elegantly simple salad, dates back to its 60's & 70's in Waikiki. Fresh herbs, romano cheese and a coddled egg vinaigrette are the secret.
DUTCH BABY APPLE PANCAKE
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This giant puffed pancake is filled with baked apples is always a crowd pleaser. For all its good looks, it is very simple to make.