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    Adapted (liberally) from Simply THAI Cooking, this is a favorite in our house, as testified by the badly stained page in my cookbook. Can also sub pork for the chicken. Change vege to suit your taste - green beans are nice instead of bok choy. Prep all ingredients, including the sauces, before starting to cook.

    Recipe #333164

    I'm not fond of fish, but even I like this dish. Tilapia is mild, and the spicy crust is very appealing. I like to make the crumb crust in bulk and freeze in meal sized amounts. Then this becomes a super quick weeknight meal.

    Recipe #153647

    A nice addition to burgers or hot dogs. And very pretty for gift giving. You could substitute green bell peppers for the red ones, but it wouldn't be as attractive. You can also substitute zucchini for part of the cucumbers if desired.

    Recipe #124054

    Originally from Cook's Magazine. Can be a side dish (4 servings) or a vegetarian main course (2 servings)

    Recipe #343559

    This relish from "The Joy of Pickling" has replaced sauerkraut in our house. Sour, sweet, and spicy, it's great for topping hot dogs or as a side with sausage. Serve hot or cold. Editted to add: Feel free to substitute other commercial vinegars. I often use white vinegar or apple cider vinegar, as white wine vinegar can be a bit expensive.

    Recipe #369386

    We like to have this for dinner during the summer - a tasty light meal that doesn't heat up the kitchen. You could serve tortilla chips on the side, if you want.

    Recipe #170916

    Comfort food at it's best. Really delicious with smashed potatoes and salad or green vege. And it freezes really well, making this a nice option for OAMC too.

    Recipe #355256

    My mother begged this recipe from a neighbor almost 40 years ago. I'm making it still every summer, because it's so good. This is pretty much the original recipe, though I've updated the brine based on current recommendations for better food safety.

    Recipe #176905

    Another light, easy dinner for a hot summer evening. Nice with garlic bread or toasted pita chips and hummus.

    Recipe #304113

    "Bistro Cakes" makes these sound upscale, but they are a great way to use up leftover chicken. Vary the herbs or veges to suit what you have or what you like. I like to add a bit of chopped red bell pepper when I have it. I show using fresh herbs - makes these a bit special. But if you don't have them, use about 1/3 the amount dried. Amount of egg will vary depending on the dryness of your bread crumbs.

    Recipe #344489

    Potato salad with a twist - less mayo, more mustard. And not sweet - dill pickles take the place of traditional sweet pickles, And seasonings are savory and piquant to match the dill.

    Recipe #363078

    From Cook's Illustrated. Very much like Chicken Piccatta, but moister, with less hands-on time required. But also not as quick - the choice is yours. (I must warn you that the skillet handle is HOT when removed from the oven. Despite repeated reminders to myself, I still grabbed it while making the sauce.)

    Recipe #407000

    After trying several recipes for vegetarian spring rolls (all good) I came up with this combination that I like best. Although they're at their very best fresh, they also keep and pack well, making this a nice alternative to packing a salad for lunch. I also like to add cooked shrimp or fake crab to these - but then, of course, they aren't vegetarian anymore.

    Recipe #343166

    Despite the number of ingredients, this comes together quickly. Another of our family's favorites from "Simply Thai Cooking" by Wandee Young. Serves 2 as a entree, or 4 as an appetizer.

    Recipe #379695

    A meatless main course or delicious side. Or cut in smaller slices as an appetizer. Uses humble, button mushrooms. Looks tricky, but is very simple once you have the veggies sliced. Depending on your cheese, you may want to use a different herb than basil. Note: do not try to substitute frozen spinach for fresh - it will be too wet, and make your tart soggy.

    Recipe #391134

    Got this out of Sunset Magazine, many years ago. Quick and tasty. Serve with rice and salad for an easy, healthy meal. (For kids who like spicy, this is also very kid friendly)

    Recipe #346952

    An easy, flexible weeknight recipe. Increase/decrease chili powder and chilies to suit your taste. Great with grated cheese or diced avocado.

    Recipe #301558

    A lighter coleslaw, with less mayo than many - The cilantro variation goes well with Mexican or Thai foods.

    Recipe #302155

    This is our family’s favorite Nicoise salad. You can substitute canned tuna or grilled chicken for the grilled tuna. Change out the vegetables to suit your taste. The dressing is the best part – flavorful enough to stand up to the potatoes and tuna, without overwhelming the greens. I like to use a mix of lettuces in this salad – for flavor and appearance. Serving size is a generous plateful.

    Recipe #366838

    Adapted from Cuisine at Home. They suggest serving on quesadillas, but we like the salad on its own. Adjust the amount of hot sauce in the dressing to suit your taste.

    Recipe #363763

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