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    The ramen noodles five this hearty salad a little crunch, but it's still just as good the next day when they've softened up. Taken from the Light & Tasty magazine.

    Recipe #224103

    Mario Batali recipe as posted on Cooking time includes roasting tomatoes. Everything else can be prepped while they roast.

    Recipe #380833

    James Villas The Glory of Southern Cooking

    Recipe #388159

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    Lost Recipes by Marion Cunningham. Use favorite pie crust, fully baked and cooled, or as a shortcut option, use Pillsbury Just Unroll Pie Crust. If using Pillsbury dough, follow package instructions to prebake pie shell at 450 degrees for 10 to 12 minutes, making sure to prick dough with a fork before it goes into the oven.

    Recipe #387224

    This is another Jaime Oliver recipe.

    Recipe #358389

    This marinated steak is great on its own, or in fajitas and quesadillas.

    Recipe #360494

    Serve with grilled cheese for a great lunch or dinner.

    Recipe #363625

    Recipe Source: Without Reservations by Joey Altman This dish is beautiful. The emerald sauce is like an Asian pesto and the noodles will taste best at room temperature. For a bit more color, thinly sliced red peppers and carrot can be added to noodles. The author of the recipe recommends grilling the shrimp with shell on for more flavor, so that's how I've written it, but feel free to use peeled shrimp if you think that's easier.

    Recipe #374961

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    From America's Best Lost Recipes

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    From the Tick Tock Tea Room. Don't let the buns sit in the pan for more than 5 minutes after baking. The glaze will begin to harden and the buns will stick

    Recipe #388678

    This sauce works with chicken cutlets or thin cut pork chops.

    Recipe #363769

    I make this with fresh veggies from the farmer's market in the summer. You can change it up by using different types of dressings. Sometims I use Greek or Balsamic instead.

    Recipe #373715

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