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    5 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Fantastic tartar sauce adapted from Gourmet magazine.

    Recipe #131931

    13 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Quick dip that is full of flavor--tangy, sweet, and a bit spicy. I especially love it with pretzels, but it is actually quite versatile and it also good as a sauce on pork or chicken. The recipe was published in a local newspaper several years ago.

    Recipe #131582

    1 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Delicious and simple--you can have this on the table in mere minutes. Use bottled vinaigrette or make your own. I used a double recipe of Bergy's Lemon Garlic Dijon Vinaigrette (recipe #96361)--it was fantastic and complimented the dish perfectly. I served topped with freshly ground black pepper and freshly grated Parmigiano-Reggiano.

    Recipe #131237

    2 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Easy but elegant way to serve juicy, ripe summer peaches, from Ina Garten. If you are unable to get your hands on a nice Sauternes, substitute with another good quality sweet white dessert wine. But, do not confuse Sauternes with Sauterne--it is an entirely different animal, the former being a sweet French dessert wine, the latter being a dry to semisweet wine made in the States.

    Recipe #131070

    4 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Very nice pasta salad that I found on Midwest Living's site. Add some meat if you would like a more substantial main dish salad--I added cubed grilled chicken breast to the leftover salad and it was very good. Cook time includes chill time.

    Recipe #131009

    4 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    This is a great way to use leftover bits of cheese. Use about 3-4 kinds of any variety (e.g. Cheddar, Parmesan, Provolone, Fontina, Brie, about anything), but use a combination that is not too salty. I was a little leary of how all the flavors would come together, but I loved it. I used mostly brie and manchego, with some cheddar and a small amount of feta. I started with the recommended amount of wine, but ended up adding more as the processor was running as mine was very thick and I wanted a consistency that was a bit thinner. This is a fun recipe, very adaptable, so just improvise to suit your own taste. Adapted from Alton Brown.

    Recipe #130461

    3 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Squash with a bit of a Tex-Mex twist. I served this as something different to side with tacos and just used what I had on hand: a zucchini and a yellow summer squash, hot and spicy chipotle salsa, and a colby-monterey jack blend. This was adapted from a reader-submitted (Desiree Zamorano) recipe in Bon Appetit.

    Recipe #129568

    5 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Delicious main dish salad, perfect for a summer lunch or light supper. I typically use Madras (hot) curry powder, but used a mild blend in this dish as I felt it would benefit from a lighter flavor. Use your own preference and adjust the amount to suit your taste. I garnished with fresh cilantro to add some color, but also ended up really enjoying the flavor it added. The original recipe does not give any chill time, but I think it tastes more balanced after some time in the fridge. -Adapted from Gourmet

    Recipe #129270

    50 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    This is a nicely-flavored simple salad that I love and make often in the summer. My husband is not as crazy about tomatoes as I am, but he will eat seconds of this dish. I clipped the recipe out of a newspaper several years ago.

    Recipe #127186

    4 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    I made these for lunch today and thought they were quite good. They could either be served as a vegetable side, or as a light lunch or supper dish. I used 2 fairly large zucchini, but kept the filling ingredients in the amounts listed. The recipe is from a book about Greek food.

    Recipe #126300

    24 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Easy summer dessert from Kraft. I actually made these as blackberry, rather than blueberry, and substituted a 21-ounce can of blackberry pie filling I had on hand for the jam and the blueberries.

    Recipe #125735

    2 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    An attractive and tasty bar cookie adapted from Family Circle magazine. Using the Nutella as frosting makes this simple and quick to put together. Note added 9/16/05: Even though the recipe calls simply for an egg yolk, I would suggest using the whole egg as I believe they will hold together better. Thanks to Caroline Cooks for testing this change. :)

    Recipe #125664

    13 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Just a simple cookie recipe I found online while searching for recipes that use orange marmalade. My son loved them, as he said they reminded him of the Orange Crescent Swirls (recipe #94879), posted by winkki, that he dearly loves. Results may vary depending on the type of the marmalade you use, and whether it is on the sweet or bitter side. Textures also vary, and if your marmalade is the type that has large pieces of peel, I would suggest chopping them up before mixing in the batter.

    Recipe #125663

    5 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    I was searching for recipes using dried blueberries, and I found this one on the website of Michigan Blueberry Growers Association. Prep time does not include chill time, but I think it is best after chilling for a couple of hours. Blueberries are full of antioxidants---eat up!

    Recipe #125605

    4 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    This main-dish salad from Cooking Light can be served at room temperature or chilled. It does not call for any salt, I assume because of the ham, but I add a bit of salt anyway.

    Recipe #125040

    2 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Don't wrinkle your nose---it's surprisingly good! The zing of the pepper actually heightens the sweetness and fresh lemon flavor. From Southern Living.

    Recipe #124893

    23 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Cooking Light published this in their book, Five Star Recipes--The Best of 10 Years, and their staff voted this as one of their top five recipes from the first 10 years. It is very, very good, either for breakfast, brunch, or as dessert, warm out of the oven with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

    Recipe #124810

    14 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    I love grilling vegetables, not only because they taste delicious, but I find it quite handy to cook an entire meal outdoors--- and it is nice to avoid heating up the kitchen during the hot summer months. This is a super quick side, no time spent peeling, slicing, or dicing. Just halve your squash, mix up your sauce, and get right down to the grilling business. This recipe (adapted from fooddownunder.com) does not call for any salt, but I really felt it needed some, so I gave the squash a generous sprinkling of kosher salt after it came off the grill. Unless you are watching your sodium intake, I think the flavor definitely benefits from a good dose of salt.

    Recipe #124613

    7 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    I find both cucumbers and fresh dill to be especially refreshing when it's hot outside, so I think this light-tasting dish makes a great side during the heat of summer. Adapted from Cooking Light.

    Recipe #123944

    6 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    From Steven Raichlen (The Barbecue Bible). Although I think the bone and skin add much to the flavor of grilled chicken, I used boneless, skinless breasts as that is what I had on hand and ordinarily use. I sliced them, and served wrapped in warm, homemade pita bread. Delicious! If you use boneless, skinless breasts, the cooking time will be less than stated. Prep time includes time to marinate.

    Recipe #123943

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