1. Guinness Beer Battered Onion Rings - Golden crispy homemade onion rings—these are really worth the extra effort! This recipe features fresh-cut slices of sweet Vidalia onion dipped in a hearty buttermilk and Irish beer batter, served fresh-fried crunchy and delicious seasoned with salt and garlic pepper.

    Click here for the complete recipe: foodchannel.com/recipes/recipe/guinness-beer-battered-onion-rings/

    Music: "Something Elated" by Broke for Free

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  2. Why this dish goes by the name of barbecue shrimp is anybody’s guess, since it’s not barbecued and it’s not cooked or served with barbecue sauce.

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  3. Step into our Chinese Kitchen with Jackie Fu. She takes us through the steps needed to create the Chinese restaurant favorite, Moo Goo Gai Pan. Jackie teaches us a few Chinese words along the way, too, including the three attributes every good Chinese dish should have.

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  4. Here’s a shrimp cocktail with a spicy Mexican twist, just in time for your Cinco de Mayo party. Fresh ingredients—avocados, onion, jalapenos—make this dish a fiesta for the senses.

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  5. The lime juice and heat from the chiles are both essential flavors of this Mexican-style salsa, adding
    excitement to the roasted tomato and gentle tartness from pineapple. It is a wonderful
    accompaniment to any grilled meats specially beef cuts, so light up the grill this summer and enjoy.

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