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    This simple dish is heart-healthy, light, and very satisfying! The Sopranos' Family Cookbook, Recipe by Michele Scicolone, 2002

    Recipe #222673

    Being a Midwesterner born and bred, I (Heather) have had more than my fair share of meatloaf. As a child, I ordered open-faced meatloaf sandwiches every single time I went to my grandparents' diner. My grandpa said it was going to come out of my ears! :-) This recipe from Food & Wine magazine (Feb 1989, p. 131-132)is by far my favorite. The flavors are well balanced, and the oats redeem this fat-laden dish with a whole grain.

    Recipe #215513

    Extra veggies make this dish a hit with kids and parents alike! It helped my picky eaters learn to like more veggies. This is a low-maintenance dish, quick & easy, especially if you prep the chicken or even the whole casserole the night before. I also like to make this with Thanksgiving leftovers, but it's good any time of year you have leftover poultry. I also improve the nutritional value by using low-fat, low-sodium, and whole-grain products whenever possible or by substituting homemade ingredients.

    Recipe #214750

    From A Taste of Italy (1996) by The American Cooking Guild: "When 14-year-old Catherine de Medici left Florence to marry King Henry II of France, her entourage of chefs encountered spinach for the first time. From then on, they referred to dishes with spinach as florentine, which means 'bed of spinach' in French. This moist spinach and beef loaf tastes even better topped with marinara sauce."

    Recipe #223268

    This simple-to-make dish is great for any meal. It's power packed with protein and flavor for spicy food lovers! Don't be thrown by the finished product's appearance. They are as tasty as they are UGLY!

    Recipe #223277

    I wanted to make lentils on a cold winter's day, so I combined two recipes to create this one. Lentils are great tasting and so good for you. I hope your family enjoys this as much as mine does!

    Recipe #218419

    I am not the type to mix my food. I want my sweet tastes with the sweets and the salty with the salty stuff. David, on the other hand, has no problem with it at all--in fact, loves it. This recipe is the ONLY thing I'll eat that mixes flavors, so that should tell you just how YUMMY it really is. Enjoy! By Joseph "Joe Dogs" Iannuzzi, 2003.

    Recipe #222682

    David made these for Father's Day one year, and it has been a family favorite ever since! Nonfat yogurt, oven-baking, and hot sauce makes them a delicious and healthful treat. Don't be scared off by the quantity of hot sauce as the yogurt thoroughly tames the spice. Please note that removing the chicken fat and using nonfat yogurt makes this dish virtually fat-free. (For maximum safety, David HIGHLY recommends his triple-washing method.) Prep time does not include chilling time.

    Recipe #215114

    These cookies are a HUGE hit and never last long. Another winner from "Emeril's There's a Chef in My Soup! Recipes for the Kid in Everyone" (2002). We bought this book for our children when they were younger, and it played a key role in their now blooming passions for food and cooking. Of course, the apple never falls too far from the tree! :D You'll notice that the directions are written with children in mind, which makes this a wonderful recipe for beginner chefs! Enjoy!!

    Recipe #223761

    It's a new twist on an old favorite...and another super kid-friendly recipe from "Emeril's There's a Chef in My Soup! Recipes for the Kid in Everyone" (2002).

    Recipe #223906

    I make this often for my family, and there are NEVER any leftovers. It's a great way to use up over-ripe bananas and sneak a fruit and a good protein source past the kids!

    Recipe #223279

    Very basic, very delicious!

    Recipe #222679

    My grandmother was famous for this bread, and my mom took up the tradition after Grandma passed away. When I asked Mom for the recipe this past Christmas, she handed me from her recipe box the actual package of yeast that had the recipe on the back. The expiration date was July 15, 1963. UNBELIEVABLE! How cool is that?! Anyway, this has been a family fave during the holidays for generations. I hope you all enjoy it as much as we have.

    Recipe #218423

    From A Taste of Italy (1996) by The American Cooking Guild: "Late-summer tomatoes are intensely sweet and taste great. Serve the baked tomatoes as a side dish or chop into coarse pieces and toss with 1/2 pound of cooked thin spaghetti. Season with salt, pepper, and extra grated cheese."

    Recipe #223269

    This super-foods-packed soup helps the body recuperate and satisfies the soul. David makes this for me after the flu, a nasty migraine, or even just a tough day. Great on blustery days, too!

    Recipe #214767

    Her Quick Fix Meals are heavy on flavor and light on time for busy week nights.

    Recipe #223271

    This virtually fat-free broth has been a staple in our home for years because of my allergies and David's heart. It freezes very well and is great to have on hand. We like to use it in other recipes as a substitute for butter to reduce the fat content and for water to kick up the flavor. It's also wonderful as a home remedy when loved ones get sick. Because I can't use OTC medications, I add a dash of cayenne whenever I have congestion or a head cold. The "bonus chicken" comes from picking the meat from the bones. It comes out very tender and juicy, falls right off the bones, and is ready to add to any dish. I also make sandwiches out of it or freeze it for later use. It takes a little extra effort with the second boil, but it's well worth it. Enjoy! *Adapted from Emeril Lagasse's Louisian Real & Rustic Chicken Broth, p. 11. BAM!:)

    Recipe #215503

    While many incarnations exist, I have tailored my recipe to meet my dietary needs (food allergies/migraines). This dip uses lower fat and natural ingredients and is vegetarian-friendly, too. Feel free to modify to suit your tastes. That's what cooking (or in this case layering) is all about!

    Recipe #214711

    From Everyday Food's November 2005 issue, this recipe is made on the stove top versus the roasted onion versions I've seen. The thyme also adds an interesting twist. :D

    Recipe #223995

    From A Taste of Italy (1996) by The American Cooking Guild: "Wild mushrooms are a specialty of northern Italy; golden brown porcini is the undisputed favorite. Rehydrate dried mushrooms with a 30-minute soak in hot water. Rinse well; trim off the tough parts. Strain soaking liquid through a coffee filter; save for pasta sauces or soups. At a fancy restaurant, an appetizer of sauteed wild mushrooms on bruschetta costs a king's ransom! Try it at home; embellish the top with shaved Parmesan cheese."

    Recipe #223259

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