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    My wife ADORES a high-fat chipotle dip made by a terrific salsa company. However, that stuff is 7 grams fat per TBSP!! Yikes. I fiddled with a low-fat version...here's one she loves.

    Recipe #428469

    There's a few Cincy recipes out there, and here's another. Seems fairly authentic and my wife and in-laws liked it. Very, very easy.

    Recipe #200710

    I make many types of chili, but my wife likes this version best. It is easy, virtually fat-free, and family-friendly. It makes a big pot but freezes well. I spice up my own bowl with hot sauce, jalapenos,fresh onion, whatever.

    Recipe #198940

    I'm doing more quickie meals in an electric wok--even better if I don't have to 'set aside' and other such stall tactics. I made this on a whim and ate it all. Use any amount or type of curry powder/paste you like. Add other stuff and play to your cravings.

    Recipe #192701

    I've been compulsively buying various non-perishable foodstuffs from Asian grocers and decided to make something with them. This recipe is EASY and is kind of a cross between Hot and Sour Soup and Ants-climbing-a-tree. Had it the day after drinking too much wine---really helped:)

    Recipe #154625

    Extra-toxic way to use up excess ham. Not as hot as it sounds but pretty zippy. I spread it on melba toast as a snack.

    Recipe #150766

    Interesting variation on basic pan fries. Vary the hot stuff to taste. Ghee is definitely preferred but use oil/butter mix if you are stuck. Found the recipe on an Indian mail order website (www.indianfoodsco.com). Prep time assumes you have some potatoes cooked and room temperature already.

    Recipe #150599

    Where I live, decent canned enchilada sauce is not available. Since most recipes for homemade call for 'chili powder' (which is also suspect in these parts) I now buy many varieties of dried chiles via mail order. This recipe is fairly easy and does the trick for me.

    Recipe #149510

    In Canada we call Kraft Macaroni and Cheese 'Kraft Dinner' (KD). I believe we are the per capita top consumers of this stuff. With two growing boys at home we are making a lot of this again - they love it. Here's how I eat mine. Not a fancy recipe but makes eating with the kids tastier.

    Recipe #149144

    I tried this recipe from Clifford A. Wright's 'Some Like It Hot'.(He borrowed it from an LA noodle house). It BLEW ME AWAY! Easy and very tasty. The mint is a must--be sure not to skip it. I made it with all the chiles called for and it was scorching (which I like) but you can cut back on them if you are nervous about spiciness.

    Recipe #148441


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