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Old 06-11-2007, 02:48 PM   #11
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I can't wait to try this! I'm like you lucky. If I post a recipe I would REALLY like someone to try it as it is written. Sure, any recipe can be changed, but then it's not the recipe I posted Like my "sort of marasala chicken" - if you take away the marsala and use wine, and then use a different cheese, and not pound out the chicken, and not use the mushrooms.....well, it's not my "sort of marsala chicken" anymore - it's a totally different chicken dish that still may be good.

And my mother's macaroni salad - if you change it she will haunt you - promise!

If we have a July 4th party I will make this for sure! I have a different bean salad (can be found if you google Cheesy Spoon Bread) - it's in the same post as the cheesy spoon bread I think. Oh wait - Here is the recipe. This recipe is the same way - you MUST let it set in fridge for 2 hours for the zesty Italian to "tone down".


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Old 06-11-2007, 02:50 PM   #12
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The salad was/is still good. We had more of it for lunch and it tastes even better after marinating overnight. It has just the right amount and blance of vinegar. It was perfect with our pork ribs last night.

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