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Maple Dijon Cream Dressing

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Grill Mix

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Grilled Leg of Lamb The Very Best Way

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This is indeed an excellent way to serve lamb. In addition, the different thicknesses mean that some of... View Recipe »

Guacamole

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This recipe is perfect (and so simple!) just as it is, but for a little variety, try adding... View Recipe »

Hancock Dressing

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"So many guests enjoy the mild anchovy flavor of this, our house dressing. Makes enough to share as... View Recipe »

Hearty Red Sauce

2 votes, 5.00 avg. rating (92% score)

This hearty red sauce is a variation on the classic Italian bolognese sauce. Adding dried porcini mushrooms gives... View Recipe »

Herb Vinegar Aubergine

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Herbs picked at the greatest heat of a sunny day should go into this vinegar. The predominant quantity... View Recipe »

Hollandaise Sauce

Hollandaise Sauce

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This recipe for Hollandaise Sauce produces a savory dressing for broccoli, artichokes, asparagus, and cauliflower. View Recipe »

Honey Mustard

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You can buy many different kinds of mustard, but this version of honey mustard makes breads and meats... View Recipe »

Honey-Mustard Dressing

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Horseradish Dressing

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Horseradish Sauce

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Hot and Spicy Salad Dressing

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I came up with this recipe while playing around in the kitchen one day. View Recipe »

Irene’s Fudge Sauce

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Here's another from Yankee's former "Recipe with a History" column. Dorene Lengyel of Lynnfield, Massachusetts, sent it to... View Recipe »

Italian Dressing

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This amount of dressing makes enough for a salad that will serve ten to fifteen people. If you... View Recipe »

Italian Green Sauce

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This sharp, fresh tasting sauce is traditionally served with the Italian version of boiled dinner, but it's also... View Recipe »

Jay’s Vinaigrette

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John’s Honey Mustard

5 votes, 4.00 avg. rating (79% score)

This is a "Scratch Recipe" for honey mustard, so it'll take some practice to get just right! I... View Recipe »

Late-Summer Herb Vinaigrette

Late-Summer Herb Vinaigrette

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Late-Summer Herb Vinaigrette is one of Matt Jennings' go-to dressings for fresh greens and vegetables at Farmstead. This recipe... View Recipe »

Lemon Herb Sauce for Fish

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Lemon Salad Dressing

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LIME-SESAME SEED SALAD DRESSING

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"This is one of our most popular dressings at the inn. It requires little preparation time and keeps... View Recipe »

Lobster Coral Sauce

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For boiled or steamed lobster. When you are lucky enough to have one or two females among your... View Recipe »

Low Calorie Dressing

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A good dressing for the not-so-slim. But non-dieters like it, too. View Recipe »

Mango Vinaigrette

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Maple Dijon Cream Dressing

4 votes, 5.00 avg. rating (95% score)

This dressing is great on a salad of baby greens with crumbled Gorgonzola and chopped walnuts or pecans,... View Recipe »

Marinated Lima Beans

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A tongue-tingling way to enjoy lima beans. Serve them on a bed of lettuce surrounded by cucumber slices,... View Recipe »

Mayonnaise

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Mayonnaise is often called the mother of sauces. It is easy to make if you remember to have... View Recipe »



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