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    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I made this for RSC and just now am posting.

    Recipe #296589

    5 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I made this for one of the RSC contest and never posted it. This is full of goodness from the Artichokes, pine nuts, sun dried tomatoes, shallots and herbs. This can be put together very quickly with jarred ingredients from the pantry and fridge.

    Recipe #296586

    Great accompanied by fresh fruit and mimosas made with prosecco.

    Recipe #283065

    This is created for RSC #11

    Recipe #283011

    We love salads and are always looking for new ways to combine interesting ingredients. People have very personal preferences for dressings, so you can use the one noted here, or any dressing you prefer. Created for RSC #11.

    Recipe #283002

    5 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

    Made for RSC #11. This easy vegetarian meal-unto-itself dish is delicious. Serve as part of a brunch or a light supper. You can use either jarred or canned artichoke hearts.

    Recipe #282928

    Made for RSC Contest Numer 11, January 2008. This Spinach Quiche has an extra dimension to it... Wine ! It's a Grown Up sophisticated version that has oodles of flavour with simple ingredients and, allows the hostess to appear to have worked for hours, when in reality, it throws itself together so easily, that it could almost be embarrasing if anyone cottened on. With this recipe and it's French influences you can take your fork, close your eyes and imagine yourself in sunny Provence what ever the weather where you are today.

    Recipe #283039

    3 Reviews |  By Debber

    Similar to one of my favorite selections at Panera Bread restaurant--this one will work for lunch as is with a few carrot-sticks on the side OR add a cup of soup or small salad for delicious dinner-time fare. I don't have a panini-maker--so my two large cast-iron frying pans get called into action.

    Recipe #283027

    Wonderful combinations of flavors!! Gouda, spinach, shallots!!! This quiche is perfect for brunch!!!!

    Recipe #283064

    This is a simple and delicious breakfast or brunch dish, and looks delightful on the buffet table. Also good with diced cooked bacon and sliced mushrooms added. Note: due to the salt in the cheeses, no additional salt should be necessary in the cooking process. My picky DH and I created this for RSC #11.

    Recipe #283046

    1 Reviews |  By mliss29

    I discovered this contest late at night on Saturday. Not realizing it was January 26th, I printed off the ingredient list to show my young son who aspires to be a chef. He was game until he said, "It's already January 27th, should I try the next contest?" "What?!" I replied, "Today's the 27th?" So anyway, I haven't actually tried this recipe, but I think it sounds good. LOL I did try it during the contest, and I have changed the instructions a little.

    Recipe #283048

    Created for RSC#11. Made as an appetizer, but can also be used as a side dish.

    Recipe #283096

    7 Reviews |  By Kim127

    This recipe was developed for the 11th RSC Contest. In the process of coming up with something totally different I ended up with this. I think the honey and brandy really accentuate the sweet strawberries and then mixed with the wine, mmmmm. I used a sweeter Chardonnay but any white wine would work. The strawberry mixture should be made up ahead of time so that it can cool. Cooking time does NOT include cooling time. I enjoy mine with a few ice cubes. This would be perfect for brunch or Valentine's Day.

    Recipe #282959

    A light refreshing drink that can be enjoyed with company on any occasion. I choose a dry white wine such as Sauvignon Blanc.

    Recipe #282961

    4 Reviews |  By Bergy

    If you wish you may make this a day ahead and let it mellow in the fridge or just make and serve. It may be doubled. Personally I like spicy and would add an additional tsp of Cayenne. This recipe is not very spicy. Use your favorite pasta or if you prefer serve with rice. Tip: To cube the chicken have it half frozen before cutting. You may substitute regular vinegar but balsamic is best.

    Recipe #282935

    I'm a sucker for risottos, and i thought i'd take up the challenge! Alterations can be made to make either a vegetarian or vegan meal, and whatever you choose it's definitely worth the effort!

    Recipe #282940

    Fresh bright green asparagus is just wonderful and adding a nice cheese and lemon flavored sauce, topped with sun dried tomatoes and pine nuts… not only is an appealing dish to the eye, but tasty as well! This recipe was made especially for the RSC# 11 contest.

    Recipe #283033

    5 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    Made for RSC #11 contest entry. These chops are great under the broiler or even on the grill. You could also use this for stuffed chicken breasts or even a rolled pork tenderloin. If you prefer to try just the chutney, click here: Recipe #288951 A great way to ensure tender and moist chops is to soak them in a brine of 1 cup milk to 1/2 Tbs salt for at least 1 hour before using in a recipe.

    Recipe #282937

    Not only do the strawberry and orange pieces make this baked oatmeal taste wonderful, but they also stud the pale oatmeal with a wonderful deep red. My main complaint with baked oatmeal is the excess amount of sugar added, making it taste more like dessert. This oatmeal is only slightly sweet, with the option of adding additional honey to drizzle on top. The individual serving size is quite small (which allows one to enjoy the oatmeal with toast, fruit and milk for a complete, healthy breakfast) but the individual aspect also makes it quite pretty. Created for RSC #11.

    Recipe #283045

    I came up with this recipe for the Ready Steady Cook #11 contest. Macaroni and Cheese is near the top of most people's list of comfort food from when they were a child. This dish gives Mac & Cheese a chance to grow up and provide a lush meal. Perhaps even a romantic meal. The idea of putting in the sun dried tomatoes came from Amish Macaroni and Cheese that usually includes slices of tomatoes. I originally thought that this made enough for two big servings but a lot of people have commented that it makes more like four servings. Perhaps I wrote down the wrong amount of pasta that I used but it appears to be working with the larger serving amounts. I have also made this with low fat versions of the cheeses and it has worked well that way too and with fewer calories.

    Recipe #282953

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