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    This is a great stir fry recipe for the beginner. A friend's husband makes it for his family of six on a regular basis. His directions are straight forward and simple. Sure to give you great results. Prepping ahead won't take you long and the actually cooking can be complete in under 20 minutes. It's a real hit with the kids. When not making my own teriyaki sauce, my favorite bottled sauce is made by Annie's Organics. The recipe called to stir fry with sesame oil but I choose to fry with other oils with higher smoke points. You can add some sesame oil at the end for flavor.

    Recipe #292019

    These cheese-based latkes are great for breakfast. The sauce can be made 2 days ahead. Be sure to serve them as soon as they are made.

    Recipe #80551

    This is a tasty supper omelet that I got from one of my newest cookbooks "Barefoot Contessa At Home". Todd and I love this. In the book she suggests serving it for breakfast, but we do it for supper. Served with a nice green salad, it fits the bill perfectly!

    Recipe #198698

    These are my absolute favorite breakfast burritos. They have a little of everything that I like and are totally versatile. You can add or take away whatever suits your family's tastes and also whatever cuts down on time. For example you can substitute frozen hashbrowns for the potatoes. We also add more cheese because we're cheese-a-holics. Serve with your favorite salsa or picante sauce. These could be OAMC, just flash freeze after adding cheese and rolling.

    Recipe #251374

    Similar to an omelette or frittata, I developed this simple breakfast or brunch dish to honor revered morning visitors to my home. They say if you don't care much for somebody, you fry them a couple of eggs but if you really like them, you'll whip up an omelette. *.* This dish offers a lot of eye appeal and the aroma of the orange wedge garnish really bumps the whole thing up a couple of notches. One significant tip, stewed tomatoes work out as a far superior ingredient to any other form of canned tomatoes in this recipe. Anyway, I hope that you SAVOUR this easy, semi-gourmet egg dish as much as my friends and I do!

    Recipe #271085


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