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    This is a family recipe for steamed couscous with peas & broad (fava) beans. We eat it by itself or with a little buttermilk poured over it. It is easy to make - don't be put off by steaming, you will get a lighter fluffier couscous. But you can also just follow the directions on the pack if you don't want it the traditional way.....

    Recipe #285707

    The low-cal meatloaf is a different approach to a Greek dinner. Add other herbs of your choice, if desired. BTW, are the left-overs ever so delish in a pita with the sauce. Makes me drool in anticipation! (I always double the sauce for the Gyros) Adapted from Southern Living.

    Recipe #312239

    Easy side dish recipe that uses frozen creamed spinach.

    Recipe #150629

    Simple, hot dish that dresses up plain couscous. You could add chopped red or green bell pepper to the shallot saute too.

    Recipe #211781

    Tempura, the classic Japanese dish of lightly battered and fried vegetables and seafood, reflects all the essential qualities of Japanese cooking using the freshest ingredients and paying close attention to the details and techniques employed. The best tempura is light, crispy, and not greasy. Making it is really not that complicated and is best done as a group activity, so rally the troops. Round up a few hands to cut vegetables while you dip and fry. You'll be an expert at making tempura in no time. From the Take-Out Menu Cookbook.

    Recipe #318568

    This is not your everyday mac & cheese. It always tasted best when Dad would stop in Pinconning MI on his way home from deer hunting each year to pick up a huge round of Pinconning cheese. Mom had 5 hungry kids sitting at the table waiting for this to come out of the oven!

    Recipe #193108

    2 Reviews |  By Katzen

    A simple, fresh pasta dish, quick to prepare and enjoy.

    Recipe #240492

    Well the name says it all. I decided to plant yellow squash this year and they are coming in so I figured let's do something with them along with the other stuff coming out of the garden. * any additional toppings can be used, and timing may be different for others, this was my first yellow squash baby so I was tender. :-)

    Recipe #317825

    From the Lifescript Website 9/08. I just love the title and thought I would share. Looks fairly easy to do and uses very few ingredients. Have fun with these.

    Recipe #327833

    The combination of feta cheese, black olives, and ripe tomatoes gives this recipe a delicious Mediterranean cuisine flavor. adopted from Caring 4 Cancer Recipes time does not include chilling time

    Recipe #340438

    This is a requested favorite at family gatherings and the neighborhood cookouts.

    Recipe #305399

    I got this as a free recipe card at the local store (Hart's). I will be trying this very soon as it looks wonderful.

    Recipe #227142

    This is from Fitness magazine. It's simple and healthy and so good!

    Recipe #240517

    This is an excellent salmon recipe. We found this years ago and keep coming back to it. Enjoy!

    Recipe #360322

    These dark savoury beans fill the house with wonderful aroma on a cold Canadian day. Real Maple Syrup is far superior to those liquid sugary types. I like to leave the onion whole and take it out after (cut it up and eat seperate). Great served with hunks of rustic bread and pork chops. Make lots of it and you can take it for lunches. I'm going to freeze the leftovers flat in bags but because they are salted I'll use them up within a months time. Preparation time is not including overnight soak

    Recipe #361139

    My mom usually bought a whole bird for Thanksgiving dinner but no one but Grandma would eat anything other than the breast resulting in a lot of leftover dark turkey meat. If your family is the same way this is a great way to get rid of that left over turkey. You can use chicken and fish instead of turkey.

    Recipe #338909

    From Light & Tasty. Very good way to use up left over rice. It's very important that the rice is cold.

    Recipe #240751

    5 Reviews |  By Lazarus

    This is so simple I feel guilty calling it a recipe, but it sure is delicious. This is my breakfast staple going on 3 years now.

    Recipe #294656

    It's no secret that I love potatoes. This is a simple recipe that you can make your own. If you don't see your favorite seasoning here, go ahead and use it!

    Recipe #290367

    An easy casserole using things already on hand that generated "Wow! This is s-o-o-o good!" responses. My first reaction - keep it a "secret family recipe" Second reaction -Naah. The 'zaar has shared too many great recipes with me, so it's only decent I share back. Easy substitutions of ground chicken or turkey with chicken or turkey boullion. Experienced cooks will throw in bell peppers, olives or things I haven't heard of. Prepare as presented, or have your own fun.

    Recipe #149391

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