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    This is unbelievably delicious, and so easy! It is a simplified version of a WeightWatchers recipe. If you get a deal on the pork roast (we got ours from Costco) it works out to 50 cents a serving!

    Recipe #344492

    This is a simple and good recipe from bettycrocker.com. NOTE: This recipe is even better if you double the cheese and bread crumbs. Or, if you would like to cut the calories down, toss the potatoes with some seasonings (we like garlic salt and pepper), the breadcrumbs and a drizzle of olive oil, and omit the butter and cheese.

    Recipe #228793

    This is so, so simple and so, so good. NOTE: the instructions may look long, but I promise the prep should take no longer than five minutes. Then you just slap the packets on the grill and, bam, you're done! UPDATE: this recipe is great over linguine. Just be sure to add lemon juice, more garlic and olive oil, and plenty of Parmesan to the pasta!

    Recipe #221074

    Gosh, this looks simple and good! It's from Sandra Lee's "Semi-Homemade Cooking 2."

    Recipe #196140

    This got super reviews on the Kraft website, and it looked so good that I knew I had to post it here. Hope you like it!

    Recipe #193696

    From allrecipes.com: "Once you try these mini calzones, you may never go back to fixing the large ones again! These calzones come together in a snap, and are a great way to sneak a few veggies into your kid's diet. The best part is they are small so it makes it easy for little hands to pick up and eat. Plus they taste like pizza and there's even a dipping sauce!" Reviewers commented that sauteing the vegetables made everything even tastier, and one reviewer thought that substituting refrigerated pizza dough for the crescent dough would be an even better bet. Either way, these calzones sound great!

    Recipe #193120

    This looks delicious--and easy, too, because it's made in a slow cooker. I'll report back after I've made it.

    Recipe #171458

    This recipe is so simple that I hesitated to post it, but it has given me so much joy that I decided to share it anyway. The recipe makes a diner-style grilled cheese in less than three steps, and, better yet, it involves no frying pans and no griddles. How? You use your George Foreman grill! I am almost ashamed to admit that I make this recipe at least twice a week. Sad, I know… :)

    Recipe #162362

    This recipe from Sunset uses only one pan. Yup, a single pan! The secret is to use frozen cooked shrimp and prepared pesto. When I make it, I thaw the shrimp by putting them in the same colander I am going to use for the pasta. Then I pour the pasta and its boiling water over the shrimp, and--voila--thawed shrimp! The recipe is very pesto-y, so, if you like, feel free to cut down on the pesto and use more sun-dried tomatoes. Also, use whatever pasta shape you like (we prefer long noodles, for instance).

    Recipe #157860

    These sound delicious! They're from a book called From Storebought to Homemade by Emyl Jenkins.

    Recipe #145032

    This is heavenly beyond words! And so easy. It's from Kitchen Life, by Art Smith (who happens to be Oprah's private chef). Please note that I've slightly changed the recipe, adding more herbs and spices and more crust, because crust ROCKS. Also, please note that it's easy to simplify the recipe if even a little chopping seems like too much hassle. Simply replace the chicken breasts with already cooked chicken (from a can or from a deli) and, instead of chopping fresh vegetables, throw in some more frozen ones. It'll still be good, I promise!

    Recipe #144355

    This sounds like the easiest elegance possible! No marinating, no dirtying up multitudes of pots and pans, and very little chopping. Perfect. I found it on BHG.com.

    Recipe #143071

    Ooh, does this sound good! I found it on the Good Housekeeping website.

    Recipe #141692

    This deliciously refreshing cocktail is from http://www.drinksmixer.com/, where it's called "Cherries From Heaven".

    Recipe #500491

    This is a great recipe (slightly altered) from http://www.incredibleegg.org/. You can size it up or down, and personalize the ingredients however you'd like. The recipe calls for 1 cup of "filling", which can be any combination of cooked meat, seafood or poultry, cheese, vegetables and/or cooked pasta or grains. Chop the filling into fairly small and make sure it's well-drained. To make fewer or more servings: Adjust the amounts of filling, liquid, seasonings and the pan size proportionally to the number of eggs used. For 2 eggs, use a 6-inch pan; for 6 eggs, use an 8- or 10-inch pan; for 8 eggs, use a 10- to 12-inch pan.

    Recipe #499239

    This is a somewhat simplified recipe from a great vegan website, http://ohsheglows.com/. It tastes amazing, with very little effort! Add in some vegan ground round, and you've got cheeseburger sauce for macaroni. We did that, and added frozen veggies, too. Awesome instant supper.

    Recipe #498285

    This is super simple way to make mini pizzas. The olive oil spray will prevent the pizzas from being soggy in the middle--yay! Feel free to add whatever additional toppings you have on hand. We especially like to add caramelized onions.

    Recipe #496499

    We first had "Manmosas" at our favorite breakfast joint in the world: The Victorian Cafe in Bend, Oregon. There, the drinks are served in pint glasses... yes, that's a pint of mimosa. Bliss. I have no idea if this is how the Victorian Cafe makes their Manmosas, but this is how we do it at our house.

    Recipe #496481

    These are the perfect biscuits for biscuits and gravy (unlike most biscuits, these are toothsome and plain enough to stand up to lashings of salty, sausage-y gravy). I actually made them with the Heart Smart Bisquick. The recipe is slightly changed from bettycrocker.com.

    Recipe #493926

    This was a hit at our recent Christmas Eve dinner party. It's simple and delicious! The recipe is from a Pillsbury Thanksgiving-themed magazine.

    Recipe #492612

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