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This has something in it that you normally don't put into a salad, but it works! This is great for summer potlucks or barbecues...no mayo. Best if made a day ahead, but you can chill for a couple of hours and still enjoy it! Prep time does not include chilling time! Original recipe from Taste of Home.

Recipe #393326

This dish can be prepared and on the table in under an hour. I love feta cheese, and the drizzle of olive oil and balsamic vinegar just before serving really sets this recipe up! Quick and easy, but delicious! Credit goes to Lisa Herbert.

Recipe #393557

This is a quick and easy bean dish...can be used as a protein for vegetarians, or as a side for the meat lovers! This is an adaptation of SarasotaCook's Recipe #385699.

Recipe #387212

This is a great recipe for a weeknight....it takes less than 30 minutes to prepare using cooked ham! With a salad and some garlic bread, this makes for a quick and easy meal. The original recipe comes from Taste of Home, submitted by Angie Smith. Try it over angel hair pasta too...its yummy with that as well.

Recipe #393318

This recipe is a new take on the old Southern tomato soup...it doesn't contain potatoes! Very yummy, and it can make a full meal with a nice grilled cheese sandwich. ** Note: Prep time includes cooling time before pureeing.

Recipe #385471

This is a great soup to make in the months when nothing much is growing...you can find everything you need in your pantry...or easily found at the grocery store. This is a great recipe for that first bite of cold weather. I don't get much cold weather where I'm at, but this is great for when I do! Recipe is courtesy of the Loveless Cafe in Nashville, TN.

Recipe #384844

Mustard-based sauce is a South Carolina specialty. I really love this on slow cooked pulled pork, cooked on the grill over indirect heat or cooked in a smoker.

Recipe #384806

This is a great recipe to use up all those vegetables that are coming in from the garden about now. Plus, I love to grill, and this just makes it easier to make a complete meal on the grill. These are also good in a pita with garlic mayo or tzatziki sauce! **Prep time does not include the time to get the grill ready for grilling!

Recipe #387170

This is a great all-purpose barbecue sauce. It's great on any type of meat, but for pork, I would double up on the peppers.

Recipe #384805

Great fresh salad that uses early summer vegetables. Very colorful too! Cooking time is the time for soaking the onions.

Recipe #383990

This beef stir-fry is a little spicy...if you need a milder version reduce the crushed red pepper by half. This comes from "Plain & Elegant: A Georgia Heritage" . The original recipe does not call for any green vegetable, but I like to add some fresh asparagus when I cook the squash....but I posted it as originally posted.

Recipe #405748

How many times have I found myself the owner of a hodge-podge of vegetables....a little bit of this and a little bit of that? Usually I throw the bits and pieces into a soup, or end up making vegetable stock. But this time, I had guests, and had to feed them breakfast....so I ended up with this, served with Canadian Bacon and Toast! Feel free to change out the veggies, using what you have! **If you find yourself the proud owner of some leftover roasted veggies...just heat them up and use those and skip the first step...they work wonderfully!

Recipe #406613

This recipe is adapted from one posted by Crisco Olive Oil. I changed it to make it more like one I get from a local pizza place....my guilty pleasure! I'm not good with making anything with "dough", so I use a pre-made pizza crust, but feel free to make your own!

Recipe #397472

From Cooking Light, August 2009. It took me this long to get around to trying it.....too busy cooking Zaar recipes! Cook time includes cooking time and standing time!

Recipe #397474

This is great to make at Thanksgiving...it tastes as good at room temperature as it does when it is hot, so you can move it off the stove to make room for more cooking! It's also quick to make, so its perfect for weeknight dinners. From Southern Living, but altered to my tastes.

Recipe #396346

This is a traditional dish from Louisiana. It can be served as a side dish, or as a topping for blackened chicken or fish. Best of all, you can put it together in 30 minutes!

Recipe #397103

This chutney is delicious with ham or with pork tenderloin. It keeps for a week in the refrigerator.

Recipe #397448

Okay....the name says it all, except that this is quick and easy to make! It uses items you grab off the grocery store shelves and throw together in a saucepan. Within 10 minutes you have a "WOW" tasting sauce. This isn't for a pork sandwich (although you could), but it is fabulous with grilled chicken, fish, or pork. Since the first review, I decided to add: If you can't find hot mustard based barbecue sauce, regular mustard based sauce will do, just add some dried red pepper flakes. The mustard barbecue sauce I use is very hot.

Recipe #409959

When I was little, my Dad would do my Mom a favor and run to the local bakery and pick up donuts and pastries for the kids so she wouldn't have to deal with breakfast; did he ever think about the sugar rush? Never mind; the teachers had to deal with that! The bakery he went to served donuts they called applejacks, and I always loved them way more than the chocolate covered cream filled yeast donuts! They also served superb bear claws and apple fritters! This is as close as I can come to their "applejack" recipe. They were always still warm when we got them from Daddy's truck into our stomachs! Yummy breakfast treats for weekends or vacations!

Recipe #409954

Plaki is a Greek method of cooking fish with vegetables. I first had this at a little neighborhood Greek restaurant here in my hometown. It was just around the corner from where I worked, so it was a popular lunch spot. Occasionally we were lucky enough to find this on their lunch specials menu....Lucky us! I recommend using a firm white fish....I use amberjack, grouper, or snapper. If you cut all the bloody pieces out of the fillet, you won't get a fishy taste. The fresher the fish the better! Prep time does not include the soaking/marinating time for frozen fish.

Recipe #409968

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