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    I love anchovies, and this is great over any salad. It's especially tasty over spinach, too.

    Recipe #504120

    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

    This is fantastic with fresh vegetables.

    Recipe #502917

    This came from Good Seasons, I think, when I bought a cruet. It goes really well on any salad or fresh greens, but I particularly like it over baby spinach. It doesn't take too much. The lemon juice gives it quite the bite. It also makes for a tasty marinade for chicken or fish. (Be sure to note that the nutritional info listed is for the entire cup of dressing, not the little bit you'd actually be putting on your salad.)

    Recipe #417876

    Found this online somewhere. To you alcoholic Hitchhikers Guide fans, I say enjoy! But be warned. This is anything but "mostly harmless."

    Recipe #412455

    This is a really simple way to make a quick pesto sauce.

    Recipe #396474

    This side dish takes almost no time at all and goes great with any Asian entree. It could also be served along with other vegetables as part of a traditional Korean meal. I wonder how you'd say "Popeye" in Korean...

    Recipe #430588

    This can be thrown together the night before serving. In fact, it's even better to serve it after letting the flavors mingle for a good while in the fridge before doing so. Shredded carrots can be added as well.

    Recipe #460972

    1 Reviews |  By Cluich

    Great on burgers, fries, or really anything you'd normally put ketchup on.

    Recipe #442173

    This is so easy to throw together, and it's a substantial no-cook option for the summer.

    Recipe #431054

    This pickle pairs great with chicken or fish. If saving for later, store in an airtight jar.

    Recipe #453781

    These are served as tapas in Spain. I'm posting it here to celebrate Spain advancing to the semifinals of the World Cup. The longer you let the olives marinate, the more flavor they'll absorb.

    Recipe #431887

    I love tomatoes. I love simple tomato salads -- the simpler, the better. This one fits the bill.

    Recipe #505568

    If you like spicy, this is a great way to serve mushrooms. It makes a very nice and different salad, or you can serve it as a side. It's easy and quick, too!

    Recipe #388712

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

    Recipe #217918

    Found this a while back when I was looking into making my own hot sauces. This one from Belize employs an interesting ingredient not usually found in Latin American hot sauces -- carrots. Leave the seeds in if you want it super hot!

    Recipe #504267

    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

    This is good right away, but it's best to let it sit in the fridge overnight before eating so all of the flavors soak through.

    Recipe #426446

    This is for real garlic lovers and goes very well over chicken or fish.

    Recipe #473902

    Recipe #497523

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