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    Don't let the unusual combination scare you....this is delicious! Very healthy, too.

    Recipe #189860

    This is a soft, creamy dip that goes well with veggies, tortilla chips, or bagel chips. Do not use whipped cream cheese. Prep time is chill time. **Update: After reading Parsley's review, I changed the ingredients to read 1/4 cup red onion, since onions can vary in strength so much. Better to start with a smaller quantity and add more if you'd like.

    Recipe #189951

    For a great Halloween presentation, pair this with roasted red pepper hummus--black and orange! Serve with pita triangles or veggies. Prep time is chill time.

    Recipe #189952

    I made this for my Halloween party last year, and it was a hit. It's spicy and definitely different!

    Recipe #143054

    Deliciously complex tasting, but simple to make. Heavenly over basmati rice.

    Recipe #143549

    These are easy to make and really tasty.

    Recipe #191627

    I love the way they make Chicken Marsala at Carraba's. I came up with this as a copycat version. It's not grilled like theirs is, but you could, of course, grill your chicken. I'm just lazy. ;-)

    Recipe #144037

    This sounds fabulous!

    Recipe #190726

    Make up a bunch of caramelized onions at once and freeze them for later. This is so easy.

    Recipe #191625

    This really does have a lovely spicy flavor. The honey adds a little extra depth, too. Try it with apples and grapes--you could even use it as a fruit salad dressing! Prep time is chill time.

    Recipe #189948

    Try this over a salad of fresh fruits and greens.

    Recipe #190859

    There are lots of variations of this herb mixture. This one is my favorite. Use it in poultry dishes, soups, and stews.

    Recipe #143567

    This is absolutely delicious! The herbes de Provence are essential to its wonderful flavor. Try Recipe #143567 if you don't have any on hand. From fatfree.com.

    Recipe #189864

    From January 2006 Southern Living. We had this for dinner last night. At first taste, I thought it was just okay; by the time I got it to the table, though, it tasted really good. I had the leftovers cold for lunch today, and it was just as good as last night. I used about 2 oz of feta, and I used a deli-roasted chicken.

    Recipe #150983

    I love beans, rice, and calabacitas as much as the next person, but sometimes you want something lighter. This is perfect.

    Recipe #190729

    I use half cremini and half portabello mushrooms when I make this. This has a lot of flavor; try it with steak if you're an omnivore or over a baked potato if you're vegetarian.

    Recipe #189862

    From Southern Living

    Recipe #190879

    I love the flavor of corn and basil together.

    Recipe #144028

    This features sun-dried tomato mayonnaise. Yum! From Cuisine at Home magazine.

    Recipe #142451

    From Southern Living. I haven't tried this one yet, but it sounds good. They paired it with a salad of mixed greens, cucumber, and red onion, but I can think of lots of other uses for it, too.

    Recipe #193391

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