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Meatballs Beef and Mortadella in Tomato Sauce

Make this a day ahead to let the flavors meld.  This recipe is good to double. Est. food cost is $25

Shrimp Burger with Celery Eggs Soy Scallions

This is a very simple recipe for a very tasty shrimp burger and you’ll be surprised at how large and filling a 4oz. burger can be, also good without a bun too. I’ve included a simple aioli but you really don’t need it as the…

Shake Shack Fried Chicken Sandwich

Creamy Baked Mac and Cheese Pasta

FOR A CRUNCHIER TOPPING AND FIRMER CONSISTENCY Prepare recipe as directed but bake at 350 or 375 F degrees for 20-30 minutes.  Broil at the end of baking for approximately 2-5 minutes, until golden brown and crunchy.  

The Marshall House Potato Salad

Barbecued Spareribs with Apricot Ancho Glaze

Pair with a modest Pinot Noir or low alcohol Zinfandel or a hoppy beer.

Salmon Pan Roasted with Soy Ginger Glaze

The salmon, soy, ginger and mustard cry out for a dark, rich Pinot Noir

Crustless Quiche with Bacon, Gouda, Spinach and Tomatoes

My pie took about an hour to cook through and it puffed up and dripped a bit so a piece of foil under the dish would be a good idea.

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