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    Fast meal. Divine taste. This recipe is from Giada's Everyday Italian on Food Network. My husband loves salmon and thought this was perfect. The kitchen smelled wonderful while it was cooking. Worthy of company or to treat yourself with little effort. I did substitute dill for the rosemary. I served it with gruyere potato gratin and sugar snap peas.

    Recipe #108195

    Great for a party or any old day of the week. These are sure to please any Star Wars fan. Two kinds of chocolate and the addition of cinnamon make them rather addictive. The recipe comes from "The Star Wars Cookbook: Wookie Cookies and Other Galactic Recipes"

    Recipe #292038

    This came from my friend Liz's recipe box. Few ingredients but great flavor, chicken always turns out moist. She makes extra to have leftovers for Mexican Lime Chicken Soup.

    Recipe #256392

    My friend Liz introduced me to fresh pita bread with this recipe. It's fun to make and produces such a wonderful pita. You never had it this good. Fresh is better! Can also be made ahead, stored in the freezer, and brought out to reheat. Recipe comes from Epicurious, Gourmet May 2003. Thank you all for such great reviews and suggestions! See added note at end of the recipe.

    Recipe #308249

    My Granddad was a farmer and made this frequently for my mother during her childhood. Mom made it for me as breakfast or anytime. I've left this recipe in its most basic form. It's not that it can't be gourmet, I just believe that its grandest statement is about cooking convenience and instant belly comfort. To me, that has its own five star merits. Of course, you could add onions and peppers, different cheeses, bacon or ham, leftovers from the fridge, or fancy spice blends. I make it a priority to cook a couple of extra baked potatoes to save for making this later...and it is always good.

    Recipe #297972

    This pizza has a pesto sauce base with chicken, artichokes, goat cheese, and sun dried tomatoes. My husband and I fell in love with it when we ate at an Ultimate California Pizza joint while on vacation. I doubt we will ever see a location near us so I created this very similar version. In the summer, I love to make this one on the grill.

    Recipe #253211

    This recipe came from a friend who helped me complete my mission to find a curry that I like. On my last out of town visit to her, she even took me to her local grocery store to buy her favorite curry powder. It's a Madras blend by Sun Brand, very mild and not at all aggressively spiced. And what do you know? I now like curry. I only buy the boneless thighs when they are on sale. Bone-in thighs with the skin removed work equally as well. A little less water is needed using those but a bit more cooking time is needed.

    Recipe #281871

    This came in a recent Momsense magazine. Since blueberry season just started here in Virginia, it was the perfect find for me today. It makes wonderfully tasty and healthy pops...eight 5-ounce pops to be exact. Another win in the battle to get rid of HFCS in this house.

    Recipe #310642

    A very colorful and healthful side dish. Recipe comes from the Eating Well site.

    Recipe #292772

    Found this one on the lookout for more interesting mojito recipes. Comes from StarChefffs.com.

    Recipe #313825

    Might refer to this as a retro recipe. We had these on a regular basis growing up. Since I can't find anyone here in Virgina who knows what they are, it may be a Midwest thing. Mom said that you always served them at parties in the 50's & 60's because the boys liked them so much. They became legendary in my group of friends when Mom made them one evening for dinner. The guys kept asking where the tops to their burgers were to get under Mom's skin. It worked (she threatened to never cook for them again) and they still laugh about it today. Boys are rotten. We love them anyway. They did like the burgers! Note: You must use a lean ground beef or there is a tendency to end up with a soggy, greasy bun. Not good.

    Recipe #257971

    A friend brought this out for our kids to snack on while we chatted but I could not stop eating it by handfuls myself. I like the simplicity of it.

    Recipe #258376

    I bought of tub of Tapioca pudding at Trader Joes and found out that my husband really really loves tapioca pudding. (really, I hardly got any) Since I don't have a TJ's near me, I went searching for a really good tapioca recipe, one that didn't use quick cooking tapioca. This one is delicious! We serve ours cold topped with a little fresh whipped cream. I found the tapioca pearls in the bulk section of my health foods store. Note that the tapioca pearls must soak overnight before you can prepare the pudding.

    Recipe #315165

    This was a snack my Dad taught me to do when I was a kid. (It's about his cooking speed!) Warm gooey peanut butter with cinnamon-sugar sprinkled on top. Now my kids are making this and loving it, too. We normally use slices of whole grain bread with natural peanut butter on ours.Cinnamon swirl bread is a real treat.

    Recipe #317148

    Though I would never personally accuse mashed potatoes of being boring, this recipe sure gives them some kick. Made with ingredients I usually have in the house and easy to prepare. From tigersandstrawberries.com.

    Recipe #292143

    Found a great source for food preserving info at www.faqs.org, very pleased with my dried tomatoes! Paraphrased notes from the site: The best tomato to use for dehydrating is the Roma tomato because it contains less water and seeds. You can use any tomatoes but they may take a little longer to dry. All drying times below are approximate. It takes about 7-8 pounds of tomatoes to yield about a pint of dried tomatoes. Herbs are optional, you may prefer pain tomatoes for greater cooking versatility. After the tomatoes are dry, store in air-tight containers, or pack in oil.

    Recipe #263929

    Found this on Simply Recipes. If you've never been there, go check it out. Wonderful food blog with lots of great photos, directions, and extra tid bits of information. This is another tasty recipe from the site. Hard to go wrong with ingredients like these. Perfect for brunch when company is coming.

    Recipe #305522

    I once had a friend in town whose husband is from Tanzania. This is one of the sides that was served with some coconut fish one evening I was over for dinner. Poor little me had only had boiled cabbage growing up. I couldn't get enough of this! Now that I am more knowledgeable, I know this is just a variation on braising cabbage. Bakari told me it is very important to slice the cabbage thin. I can't remember if his had garlic in it but I usually add it.

    Recipe #305398

    Credit goes to www.tigersandstrawberries.com, named in honor of the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' movie. Its flavors are drawn from Mexico: chocolate, vanilla, cinnamon, coffee, and chipotle pepper. The recipe creator claims these brownies are sexy hot and sure to make your reputation. She takes them over the top by sprinkling edible gold leaf on top. I'm definitely intrigued but waiting for a more adventurous moment to try these.

    Recipe #263515

    I always make extra grilled chicken to be used in recipes like this a day or two later. The family really likes when I serve these. I do think the better the grilled chicken, the better the quesadilla. I usually make mine with Mirj's Recipe #15580 (that chicken is so versatile!) I'm very much into the habit of throwing this together so all measurements are approximate. Do more or less of anything that suits you better.

    Recipe #292807

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