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    I found some recipes that were close, but I couldn't find the *exact* recipe that I usually make (ever since I hounded it out of a co-worker after a potluck years ago, even before I had any desire or ability to cook much at all). This salad is always good with almost anything, except maybe pancakes... nah, even then I bet the bacon would make it would be good ;) The whole Craisins thing make this a natural for the holidays that involve some form of cranberries. That said, it's great in the summer, too.

    Recipe #266943

    Super cheap if you tend to keep garlic and olive oil on hand at all times like I do and can find a can of clams for more like $0.99 instead of $2.50 (luckily, I can at one of the cheaper grocery stores). If not, it's still worth it. I keep parsley frozen flat in the freezer and just break off a piece to add, but you can go with anything along the lines of the basil, Italian seasoning, parsley family, really - very versatile that way. Mix and match spices or even oils, add milk or don't, and it will still be delicious and fast. Aiming for healthier? Excellent over whole wheat pasta, too!

    Recipe #270742

    Saw this over on, made it, tweaked it and put it here for safekeeping. Serious mushroom lovers will rejoice.

    Recipe #354223


    Recipe #316163

    Simple and delicious, though the optional salad does take some time to prep the veggies. Keep in mind that the 2 servings are assuming that you are serving with rice and miso soup.

    Recipe #513118

    If you can get burdock root (gobou in Japanese) where you are, you can try this wonderful recipe inspired by this one (English) (Japanese). The original recipe was to be served over rice, but since I didn't have enough left over rice, I fried up some cabbage with the rice to make it stretch and added the rest on top. It was so good that I will probably always make it that way. You can go with just rice, no cabbage, though!

    Recipe #513117

    From here: If you have a tool to julienne/matchstick ingredients, this will go a lot faster, but it's worth it either way.

    Recipe #512819

    A conglomeration of several recipes, taking the best from each to make one yummy dish. If you like chicken and love lemon and butter together, this is a real treat. I like to serve this with pasta and steamed broccoli.

    Recipe #355254

    Inspired by Recipe #155290 but craving burritos, this recipe was born. This can be made healthier using whole wheat tortillas, choosing low sodium canned ingredients and reducing the amount or cheese (or using reduced fat cheese).

    Recipe #321166

    Japanese-style creamy and delicious doria that I threw together one night. You can change up the ingredients as you like.

    Recipe #513080

    Delicious on a hot summer night. You can make it super simple and quick by using just shredded lettuce with the quickly boiled pork slices on top and adding sesame or ponzu dipping sauce. That's delicious, too, but taking just a little more time with the salad and maybe even the sauce makes it even better. This is what I did.

    Recipe #516901

    A fast and simple, fresh and healthy summertime (or anytime) snack or part of a meal. There is plenty of room for variation and experimentation, but just like this turned out pretty darn yummy. Low-fat or fat-free cottage cheese work just fine, too. Easily doubled, tripled, etc.

    Recipe #303925

    I threw this together on a warm night when I didn't feel like cooking and wanted something cool and healthy but also filling. I was amazed at how low calorie this turned out and also how much I enjoyed it. I hope you do, too! You can easily substitute the pitas with tortillas to make these more like wraps, and there's plenty of flexibility to add or subtract ingredients (like maybe red onion or fresh basil for example - warmed up with a little feta cheese melted inside is not at all bad, either, I've learned). With the 4 servings, each serving will either stuff a half of a pita super full or be just enough for 1 whole pita cut in two filled not quite so full. Your choice.

    Recipe #305372

    I threw this together instead of just diced tomatoes over pasta, and it was yummy enough that I'll make it again. It's not fancy, but it makes a great lunch that's even on the healthier side. Amounts are approximate, so go with whatever quantities are available, and it will still be delish, I promise.

    Recipe #362846


    Recipe #512820

    The best kind of Japan comfort food, and it's really not very hard to make. This recipe inspired by, the best version I've found so far. Info about how to make dashi (essential for most Japanese dishes) can be found on the internet, including here: I use the instant dashi powder packets or make my own.

    Recipe #513245

    Easy and delicious Japanese comfort food.

    Recipe #513083

    Authentically Japanese. Started with this recipe ( but changed up the technique for the chicken so that the skin less fatty and is nice and browned and crispy before the going in the sauce (see more about that technique for this recipe at Combining recipes worked - it was heaven!

    Recipe #515349

    Best carbonara ever, found on the website. Read more at:

    Recipe #506316

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