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    We're meat-lovers, but it's good to cut back sometimes. I make this for my family when we're just needing a good stew. Easy, cheap, and low in calories!

    Recipe #511238

    Vegetarian Times http://www.vegetariantimes.com/recipe/caribbean-coconut-rice/ This fragrant rice pilaf goes especially well with Indian, Asian, and Caribbean entrées. It’s so good and so simple, though, you’ll probably find yourself making it often to accompany weeknight meals.

    Recipe #507567

    These meatballs have the most wonderful blend of flavor and spices - you won't miss the meat! To test for flavor, make a 'test meatball'. Form one meatball then fry or bake it until done. Taste it to see if it needs more seasoning. This applies to every recipe: season to taste.

    Recipe #507125

    After a tough strength-training session or long run, protein is necessary to help your body recover. Before your hunger overwhelms you that protein-packed meal needs to come together quickly. This fresh and delicious fish dinner takes less than 20 minutes from prep to plating, but the best part is one serving offers more than 36 grams of protein. Learn how to cook this perfect post-workout recipe

    Recipe #506977

    This Greek-style dish can be assembled and then frozen for up to three months. When you're ready to bake, it can go straight from the freezer into the oven. To assemble the pie, press the spinach mixture into the pans, making even layers; then cover the filling completely with phyllo dough slices.

    Recipe #506971

    For our picky toddlers, its quick and freeze ahead friendly!

    Recipe #506966

    For our very picky toddlers, this is a great one...and freeze ahead, too!

    Recipe #506965

    Great for freeze ahead and kiddos!

    Recipe #506964

    Easy, freeze ahead, and kiddo friendly!

    Recipe #506963

    Freeze ahead, and kiddo friendly!

    Recipe #506962


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