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    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

    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

    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

    5 Reviews |  By Cluich

    My girlfriend makes this for parties and cookouts, and it's always a hit. The recipe was passed to her by a coworker of hers, so I'm not sure where it originated. It can be served immediately, or you can put it all together the night before and heat it up (step 3) the next day. It's really tasty and super-simple!

    Recipe #389617

    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

    2 Reviews |  By Cluich

    You can use this rub on any chicken, but I like it on thighs. They just have more flavor and don't dry out like breasts do. The rub can be stretched, though, to cover a whole chicken, if you like.

    Recipe #456372

    2 Reviews |  By Cluich

    This is a sort of an Israeli take on huevos rancheros, minus the tortillas. I found the recipe in the Sunday paper a few months ago and only recently gave it a try. I have to admit I was a little leery, but it turns out to be really tasty.

    Recipe #431671

    2 Reviews |  By Cluich

    Essentially Mexican-style beef tips in a zesty tomato sauce.

    Recipe #129318

    2 Reviews |  By Cluich

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

    Recipe #369291

    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

    1 Reviews |  By Cluich

    Simple but delicious. Perfect for a quick weeknight dinner. Also a great way to use leftover chicken.

    Recipe #507217

    1 Reviews |  By Cluich

    I saw this recipe somewhere online and had to try it. I'm not sure I can have fries any other way ever again. For best results, I have to say that Frank's Red Hot sauce is the way to go. I even like to splash on a little extra after the cooking's done.

    Recipe #431148

    1 Reviews |  By Cluich

    Reuben lovers will definitely like this casserole. The first time I made this, I used deli-sliced corned beef, but I've found it works great with shredded leftovers from a brisket, too. I also prefer brown deli mustard over other varieties. Pair this casserole with a salad of mixed greens, and you've got one tasty meal!

    Recipe #434000

    1 Reviews |  By Cluich

    So easy, but so tasty. I like to top it with some finely grated cheddar. And, of course, I use quite a bit of Tabasco as well. Prep time noted assumes you've got the cooked and cubed chicken on hand already (but it does allow for basil chopping and can opening).

    Recipe #403290

    1 Reviews |  By Cluich

    This is so good over just about any meat or seafood, or just mixed in with noodles. I particularly like it over beef and chicken.

    Recipe #424665

    1 Reviews |  By Cluich

    These are traditional Iraqi pickles. Pickled veggies are usually served as part of a typical Iraqi meal. The spice mixture in these makes them irresistible. Also, the method used here can be used for other veggies as well.

    Recipe #507249

    1 Reviews |  By Cluich

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

    Recipe #357724

    1 Reviews |  By Cluich

    This is an interesting twist on eggplant. It makes a great side for lamb, or it can be served over rice as the centerpiece to a meal.

    Recipe #431088

    1 Reviews |  By Cluich

    This is a truly tasty way to prepare beef sausages, especially if you use high-quality sausages and the right beer. I prefer a nice ale most of the time, but it's good with stout and porter. Try to stay away from the watery lagers. Oh, and this goes great with mashed potatoes!

    Recipe #398284

    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

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