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    Tired of zucchini done Italian or French style? Try this one, based on the curries of northern India.

    Recipe #387019

    Great with tortilla chips or on crackers.

    Recipe #386912

    4 Reviews |  By Cluich

    This is a really good quick meal -- great for weeknight family dinners. You'll probably want to experiment with how much Tabasco to use. I suggest going easy at first. No need to have the whole family in tears on the first go. :)

    Recipe #386862

    This is a fantastic way to prepare pork chops. I've been doing it for years. For the apples, I usually use Granny Smiths, but you can use any apple that you'd normally eat on its own. DON'T use a cooking apple. You need a sweeter apple to balance with the sauerkraut.

    Recipe #386818

    2 Reviews |  By Cluich

    Based on a recipe I found in a magazine in the waiting room of the little one's orthodontist, this is easy and delicious. Did I mention it was easy?

    Recipe #382245

    21 Reviews |  By Cluich

    Buffalo chicken meets mac-n-cheese. How can you possibly go wrong? I threw this together for the end-of-the-year potluck lunch at the high school where I teach, and it went over really well. Addendum: Like the first two reviewers, I also used Ken's. Worked great! However, I have to disagree with one reviewer about the celery. I've made this with and without the celery, and its inclusion really makes a world of difference in terms of texture.

    Recipe #378574

    1 Reviews |  By Cluich

    Szechuan recipe, though not too spicy. It's ground pork with cellophane noodles and a fave of the little one, though I think she likes it more for its name than anything else. Translated, the name of the dish is "Ants Climbing Trees. :) Don't let the list of ingredients or number of steps fool you either. This is really easy to make.

    Recipe #377270

    2 Reviews |  By Cluich

    Got this from Cooking Light a couple of years ago. It's phenomenal!

    Recipe #369291

    Excellent flavor in this simple recipe.

    Recipe #366888

    6 Reviews |  By Cluich

    Snagged this recipe from a copycat cookbook I saw at BJ's. I had to keep repeating it in my head over and over again on the way home. Well worth the mental effort, though. Not only is it good for the onions, but it makes a great sandwich spread, especially on turkey breast.

    Recipe #361216

    1 Reviews |  By Cluich

    Hard-boiled eggs in a curry sauce -- awesome!

    Recipe #357724

    1 Reviews |  By Cluich

    If you call it "braunschweiger," people are more likely to try it. The "liver" in "liverwurst" turns a lot of people off.

    Recipe #333449

    1 Reviews |  By Cluich

    I found a three-pack of large cans of ham in my pantry, which I'm guessing I purchased while in the throes of a BJ's buying spree (if you've ever shopped at BJ's, I'm sure you know where I'm coming from). Anyway, while I was in college, I had this thing for ham salad sandwiches, but I haven't had one in years. So, can of ham in hand, I set about trying to recreate those tasty sasndwiches. Here's what I came up with. Measurements are approximate for now, as I was pretty much winging it this time around.

    Recipe #332039

    1 Reviews |  By Cluich

    There's a little zip in these, but it's not overwhelming. It's just enough to give it some flavour, but not enough to burn. And it's chicken thighs, so kids can pick 'em up to eat 'em.

    Recipe #243460

    I hadn't added a recipe here in quite a while, so I dug this one out of the ol' recipe file. Sure, it's high in fat, but it's REALLY TASTY! It's especially good when served with potatoes (baked or mashed, though my preference is garlic mashed potatoes) and a green salad.

    Recipe #240226

    5 Reviews |  By Cluich

    It's a heck of a lot quicker and easier to do mac and cheese on the stovetop. I add Canadian bacon to mine, because, well, I love bacon in all its forms.

    Recipe #223536

    Not exactly something you'd think of as Japanese, but it's darn tasty!

    Recipe #222158

    This is really simple and works great with falafel or just on a salad.

    Recipe #217918

    Can't remember where I found this, but I tried it on a whim, and it was delicious. The chili peppers (I used jalapenos) give it a great flavor. I just found out my neighbor tried this recipe, too, for a family get-together, and she said it was a big hit.

    Recipe #164750

    This is a delicious way to serve lamb, and the amount of white pepper can be adjusted to taste. I usually add a little extra myself, but then, I love hot, spicy food.

    Recipe #130294

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