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    I love when a recipe creates a full meal. This French-inspired meal comes from Rachael Ray. The fish servings are generous for 4 people. You may adjust the amount of trout fillets to your liking. Note: read the directions all the way through before cooking so you are prepared to cook the trout while the veggies are boiling and steaming. :)

    Recipe #483195

    This is a southwest France classic. It's a rich, hearty stew. Traditional cassoulets can take days to make. Here, Sara Moulton created an easier version for the regular home cook.

    Recipe #483150

    This is a French-inspired tuna salad sandwich, which is an adapted recipe from Sara Moulton. Cook time does not include hard boiling the eggs (you could do that ahead of time).

    Recipe #483149

    This is a great Spanish-style meal, courtesy of Rachael Ray. Make sure you read the directions all the way through before making so you can be cooking while the potatoes are boiling, etc...

    Recipe #483084

    This is a yummy appetizer, adapted from Sara Moulton.

    Recipe #483049

    Recipe by Jamie Oliver. He notes that this recipe will really get your taste buds going as it fills the house with wonderful smells. Serve it with a salad and enjoy a complete meal. Note: If you can't find the Spanish form of chorizo, use the sausage of your choice (something that can slice. The Mexican type of chorizo crumbles).

    Recipe #483048

    This tandoori chicken wing recipe is done easily in the oven. An adaptation of one of Sara Moulton's recipes. Cook time does not include this marinating time.

    Recipe #483046

    This is a comfort-food that is an adaptation of a Sara Moulton recipe. Basmati rice with the added flavors of whole spices toasted in oil, with lentils and potatoes. A bit of work, but well worth the effort.

    Recipe #483044

    This recipe is an adaptation of one of Sara Moulton's. It's Indian-style soup made easy by the use of rotisserie chicken. Feel free to add your own combination of spices if you'd like more flavor!

    Recipe #483043

    This recipe is by Jamie Oliver. It's easy to make, taking only about 30 minutes. You can use your choice of fish or shrimp (or a combination!). Firm fish works best, such as cod, haddock, etc. Have fun with it and enjoy!

    Recipe #482986

    A popular curry recipe. Suggested to serve with rice. A cold beer wouldn't hurt either. :) Classic! (Prep time includes 30 minutes of marinating time)

    Recipe #482985

    This recipe combines vinegar, brown sugar, and spicy Sriracha to make a sauce for your chicken wings or wing pieces. Great as a game day snack or as part of an Asian-themed buffet.

    Recipe #472603

    I absolutely love this meal. Simply prepared salmon with a glaze and roasted vegetables. Can you say yum?! I found this recipe in an issue of Better Homes and Gardens. Side note: When I'm eating vegan, this is a great dinner to prepare so my family can enjoy the salmon and veggies, while I just eat the roasted veggies. I love that I don't have to make two separate dinners.

    Recipe #472488

    I found this recipe in an issue of Better Homes and Gardens, and decided to try it since I had all of the ingredients on hand. Wow, was I ever impressed by this simple recipe. The soup is flavorful, thanks to the rosemary (although my daughter actually likes it better without the rosemary - your choice to add it in or not!) and very hearty. Perfect for a cold winter day. The crispy carrots are optional but they really do take this soup up a notch. I like to make the crispy carrots first, but you could also start making them while the soup simmers. I could eat the crispy carrots all on their own!

    Recipe #472486

    I made this into an appetizer for New Year's Eve and it was a huge hit! I also had enough leftover ratatouille for a side dish the next day. This is a great, easy and healthy recipe. It is very versatile: adjust the veggies to your liking, make into an appetizer (see directions and note below), enjoy as a vegan main dish or serve as a side. *Oh, I just thought of another great idea, you could serve this over pasta...yum! **Please do look at my extra notes about olive oil amount and cooking time for the veggies. Both are personal preference and I noted what I like to do.**

    Recipe #471436

    This is a simple vegetarian recipe from Cooking Light. I am including directions for making your own tortilla chips but you could certainly use store-bought. I love the homemade tortilla chips, though! You can make or use more tortilla chips if you would like more than 8 tortilla chips per serving - there is plently of bean mixture if you want to do that. These nachos are different because you aren't melting the cheese over the chips. This recipe utilizes crumbled queso fresco instead. I really love the flavor of the beans with the cumin, chili powder and garlic. You may substitute black beans for the pinto beans, if you prefer. Enjoy!

    Recipe #461339

    This is a Hawaiian variation of your typical fried chicken. The coating is so good with the macadamia nuts! I have adapted this recipe from the Hali'imaile General Store Cookbook. This is one of Maui's most celebrated restaurants. The rice is amazing and, in my opinion, well worth the time. The mango chutney actually reminds me of an ambrosia taste.The recipe includes a lot of steps and is somewhat time-intensive. Make it on a day when you have the time to enjoy your time cooking. Enjoy!

    Recipe #458073

    Tuna is plentiful in the waters around the South Pacific and papaya trees are seen throughout the islands. The salsa is soooo good. Depending on the size of your mango and papaya, you should have some extra salsa left. I like to use the rest of it up as a snack with tortilla chips. Recipe by chef Keith Famie. Note: Probably any sturdy fish would be good in this recipe ie. Mahi Mahi or swordfish, etc... Enjoy!

    Recipe #458072

    Rice is one of the staple foods in Hawaii. This recipe makes ordinary rice exciting and flavorful. From A Taste of Hawaii cookbook. In a pinch, you could probably use any type of nut. I love that this rice cooks in the oven.

    Recipe #458065

    This is a really easy recipe for mango bread, from A Taste of Hawaii Cookbook. The toughest thing about this recipe is cutting up the mangoes. Great mango flavor! I love the crunch of the macadamia nuts and walnuts. Enjoy!

    Recipe #458063

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