Classic American Baked Eggs Spinach and Ham

Classic American Baked Eggs Spinach and Ham

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This Classic American Baked Eggs Spinach and Ham, is not only a dish that is appealing to the eye, it provides an abundance of enjoyable flavors and textures on the palate.

Classic American Baked Eggs Spinach and Ham

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Alabama Buttermilk Maple Pie

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Alabama Buttermilk Maple Pie is without a doubt a melt-in-your mouth explosion of wonderful texture and flavors. One of the most beloved “All-American” desserts to come out of the south, Alabama Butternut Maple Pie will delight you, your family and your guests.

Alabama Buttermilk Maple Pie

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Alabama Buttermilk Maple Pie Recipe-

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Venison Pot Roast Alaskan Style

Venison Pot Roast Alaskan Style

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Venison pot roast Alaskan style, is simply superb. The old traditional Alaskan cuisine relied heavily on hunting and gathering, so seafoods and wild game meats were most often on the dinner plates. Modern day Alaskan cuisine has become more diverse, but some old traditional dishes are just so simply good, they are still favored today. That is the case with this Venison pot roast Alaskan style!

Venison Pot Roast Alaskan Style

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Venison Pot Roast Alaskan Style Recipe-

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Southern Soul Deep Fried Alligator

Southern Soul Deep Fried Alligator

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Southern Soul Deep Fried Alligator is about as American “Soul Food” as you can get. If you’re too squeamish about the idea of eating alligator meat, you can substitute pork or chicken. But for the real ethnic experience, hey – turn the tables on those man-eating amphibians and serve some up on the table.

Southern Soul Deep Fried Alligator

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Cheesy Crab Souffle

French American Style Cheesy Crab Souffle Recipe

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Cheesy Crab Souffle – what could be better? For people who love cheeses, eggs, seafood, and have a flair for the more elegant aspects of French -influenced American cuisine … not many dishes top this one.

The soufflé first originated in the kitchens of France, of course. However, when French people began immigrating to America, they brought this delightful dish with them. Since then, French-American style soufflés have evolved and flourished. This Cheesy Crab Souffle is among the very finest!

Cheesy Crab Souffle

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Very Spicy Veggie Chili

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This Very Spicy Veggie Chili recipe is taken from our All-American Vegetarian and Vegan page. The use of coffee and chocolate gives it a unique flavor unlike any other chili I have ever tried or prepared. And, for you strict vegans, Very Spicy Veggie Chili can be prepared in true vegan style, it only becomes less than vegan with the use of condiment toppings.

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Omelet Casserole Baked American Style

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This All-American style baked Omelet Casserole is perfect for “special occasions” and for treating guests or relatives who have spent the night in your house. They will feel like they are being treated as Royalty, trust me. If you or your family or guests do not like hot and spicy dishes, simply leave out the hot sauce(s) recommended – or cut down on the amount. Me? I like this omelet with the full gusto!

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Spicy Tomato Sauce Smothered Pork Chops

Smothered Spicy Tomato Sauce Pork Chops

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Smothered Spicy Tomato Sauce Pork Chops is one of my all-time favorite All-American classic entrees. Not all Americans like their food spicy hot, it is more popular in the South, generally. However, there are plenty of Americans who, like me, will consider this smothered spicy tomato sauce pork chops meal among their favorite dishes.

Smothered Spicy Tomato Sauce Pork Chops

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Shrimp Scampi

Italian-American Shrimp Scampi Supreme!

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Shrimp Scampi Supreme is a classic example of Italian immigrant influence on American cuisine. “Scampi” are actually lobster-like crustaceans, but much smaller – about the size of a jumbo prawn (shrimp). They have pale pink shells, also like the larger lobsters. When Italian cooks immigrated to America, true scampi were hard to come by. So, they started using jumbo prawns with exceptionally satisfying results. They continued to call the dish “scampi”, but added “shrimp” to the name. Hence, “Shrimp Scampi” came into existence, a truly original American dish. There are many versions of it, but this one is my favorite, thus the name: Shrimp Scampi Supreme!

Shrimp Scampi

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One of the more traditional methods of preparing scampi in Italy is to sauté them in white wine, olive oil, chopped onion and minced garlic. This American Shrimp Scampi Supreme recipe follows that much of the tradition, but adds a couple herbs: parsley and tarragon.

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Christmas Turkey Dinner Recipe

Classic Christmas Turkey Recipe

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Christmas in America is one of the most festive days in the land, and this Classic Christmas Turkey recipe is a traditional favorite. Be sure and get a fresh turkey. Plan ahead, go to your favorite butcher or meat market, and order in advance. Frozen turkeys cannot stand up to the flavor of a freshly butchered and dressed turkey.

Classic Christmas Turkey Recipe

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Classic Christmas Turkey Recipe-

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Stuffed Steamed Bell Peppers Supreme

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Stuffed Steamed Bell Peppers Supreme is one of my own recipes. There are many stuffed bell pepper recipes in American cuisine, of course. Usually the peppers are baked. I find, however, that steamed stuffed bell peppers produces a texture in the bell peppers’ meat that is more desirable – still a little firm and chewy, and sweeter than when baked.

Stuffed Steamed Bell Peppers makes for a whole, balanced meal, as you will see in the ingredients. Still, they can just as well be served as one course in a multi-course meal. They go great with chicken dishes, fried rice, salads and soups or stews as well.

Stuffed Steamed Bell PeppersStuffed Steamed Bell Peppers

I prefer using red bell peppers, as they are, to me, the most colorful and attractive in the presentation. They are also the sweetest of the sweet bell peppers.

You can use green, yellow, or orange bell peppers also. Just keep in mind that the amount of sweetness in a bell pepper graduates upward in order of its color: Green is the least sweet, and the level of sugars in the pepper’s flesh increases in order through yellow, then orange, and then red. So choose your peppers accordingly. Stuffed Steamed Bell Peppers will taste great whatever color your peppers are.

NOTE: When selecting the peppers you want to cook, inspect the bottoms. You want peppers that have level bottoms, with the nodes in proportion to each other so that the pepper will stand upright and not tilt over during the steaming. You can use peppers that are just a little uneven on the bottoms, but if so, carefully slice away the longer node bottom to make it level with the others. Do not cut through the flesh enough to create a hole into the interior cavity, though.

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