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    Julia Child says, "A handsomely arranged combination salad can be the solution for what to serve at an informal spur-of-the-moment meal. The trick is to toss all of the elements separately in vinaigrette, letting some marinate for 10-20 minutes if they need to take on flavor. Then ... arrange your work of art, each part of it is perfectly seasoned."

    Recipe #231009

    Poulet Sauté à la Paysanne Provençale; from a 1940s cookbook,Portrait of a Beloved French Cook, bringing us the ultimate bonne femme,Clementine — and her mouthwatering recipes. (with a few changes)

    Recipe #230863

    Fancifully named toucinho do céu (bacon from heaven), one of Portugal's rich egg-yolk custards. Name derives from earlier times when lard *bacon* was used in making this dish. Posted for ZWT3.

    Recipe #229681

    A crispy, tasty alternative to deep fried mushroom. Easier than frying as well. Make a double batch, freeze on a baking sheet and place in a plastic bag for unexpected guests.

    Recipe #228623

    Tasty stir-fry. Adapted from Pillsbury's Stir Fries Cookbook. If NOT using low-sodium beef broth, omit salt.

    Recipe #228084

    Tasty little minis... serve hot. From Pillsbury Bake-off finalist, Patricia Yee, Concord, CA.

    Recipe #226959

    Tastes great and is easy and fast.

    Recipe #226537

    My own concoction---yeah, another one. LOL Make this in quicktime for dinner or snack! Feel free to place ingredients in glasses in any order you prefer.

    Recipe #226533

    Lots of steps; but well-worth making. Guests love this one with grilled chicken. From Good Housekeeping.

    Recipe #226425

    So easy for quick breakfast. A Pillbury Bake-off recipe from LaVonne Haynes, Omaha,NE.

    Recipe #226405

    Good for breakfast or supper. From BHG with changes. (Time to prepare doesn't include refrigeration).

    Recipe #226404

    Using packaged ingredients cuts down the prep time for a quick weeknight dinner. Dinner on the table in about 20 minutes. Adapted from Land O'Lakes--Great Pasta.

    Recipe #225133

    Lots of fiber; delicious toasted with lotsa butter *not healthy,oh well.LOL* Great as PB&J or Banana sandwich!

    Recipe #225129

    Spring and Summer--Mom would make this for BBQs. Really very pretty, if you mold in bowl, unmold on lettuce leaves, and grate the cooked egg yolks over the top. Passive work time = must chill refrigeration; can be made ahead.

    Recipe #223799

    Delicious way to serve ground beef with an Italian flare. From Pillsbury's Dinner in No Time with changes.

    Recipe #223657

    This recipe is from the Red Apple Inn, Heber Springs, Arkansas. Absolutely guest-worthy! Different from other one posted. Note: Cut calories and fats by using low-fat or no-fat ingredients. From a JL of Memphis cookbook-Party Potpourri.

    Recipe #223633

    A meal in one dish. Quick and easy. Add other veggies if you like. No eggs in this one! From Pillsbury's Dinner in No Time.

    Recipe #223631

    Add some ham for a complete meal; this is a good brunch dish or potluck! From Epicurious with some changes.

    Recipe #221599

    Appetizer or entree--easy to make and tasty! Substitute crab or lobster. From food blog with my changes.

    Recipe #221067

    Make ahead & enjoy. From a foodie blog--Culinary in the Desert.

    Recipe #220768

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