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    Super quick and easy chicken! Published in Family Circle 8/9/05

    Recipe #138520

    Speedy and practical! Perfect for a sultry summer night! This recipe was published in Family Circle 8/9/05

    Recipe #138517

    This is a great low carb Asian inspired fish dish. Halibut is low in fat and a great source of protein. This recipe was first published in Muscle & Fitness Aug 2005

    Recipe #138352

    The recipe says head-on shrimp are best for this dish but, you can use raw deveined shrinp insted. I hate cleaning shrimp! This recipe was first published in Saveur in January/February 1998

    Recipe #138349

    Super easy Jewish cake and you get to use the food processor!

    Recipe #135404

    Couscous has been a staple in North Africa for years. It’s becoming popular here, partly because it cooks quickly. From Cooking at a Glance - Vegetables & Grains.

    Recipe #135150

    Deep-frying is an old Roman Jewish tradition. In the past cooks known as friggitory sold crisp, piping-hot vegetables from street stands. Today, most of the restaurants in the ghetto offer some form of fritto misto. Rice croquettes and little deep-fried ovolini of fresh mozzarella, apples, even pieces of soaked salt cod, are sometimes added to this vegetable melange. Serve with lemon wedges to cut the richness. From Cucina Ebraica by Joyce Goldstein

    Recipe #135145

    This recipe was first published in Saveur in May/June 1999.

    Recipe #135143

    This recipe was first published in Saveur in September/October 1995. You can make the pepper and eggplant shells ahead of time and keep them in the fridge to cut down on the prep time.

    Recipe #135138

    Outstanding burger with an excellent Relish!!! Found this gem in “Muscle & Fitness” Magazine (Aug ‘05). Hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #130650

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