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    Are you in the mood for a little something after a meal but don't want a full-blown dessert? Indulge in this healthy snack instead, and get some calcium for your bones, while you're at it. If you want to make it sweeter, drizzle on a little bit of Hershey's chocolate syrup.

    Recipe #151831

    This recipe comes from a Ken Hom cookbook. It is a quick, easy side dish and holds up well at potlucks.

    Recipe #149877

    Central Market, in Austin, TX, is one of the coolest supermarkets ever, and this is their recipe for delicious scones. The 2 hours chilling can be omitted and the scones still come out great.

    Recipe #149876

    These ribs are easy to make, tender, and totally yummy. Kathy Brown got the recipe from her stepdad, Deryl, a native of Wyoming. Make the ribs as spicy as you like with more or less cayenne pepper. I serve them with pasta dressed in butter and parmesan, with some steamed broccoli on the side.

    Recipe #149824

    Here is a delicious, easy one-dish meal. The flavors in the dish are amazing--you'll be transported to Southeast Asia. The less common ingredients should be available in the Asian section of the supermarket. If you like some heat, add some red or green curry paste. This dish tastes best the first day.

    Recipe #149821

    Here is a delicious salad containing lentils, wheat berries, barley, and brown rice in a pesto-like sauce. It can serve as a main dish or a side dish, and would be perfect for a potluck. My guests at dinner parties often ask for the recipe. The recipe was adapted from Michael McLaughlin's "Cooking for the Weekend" and was published in the New York Times. The original recipe is vegetarian-friendly; however, if you like, add some cooked sweet Italian sausage. Preparation time is 1 1/2 hours, plus soaking time.

    Recipe #149819

    This is a super easy yellow cake mix-based recipe that comes from the family of my friend Lisa Follows. These cookie bars are extremely popular. Whip up a batch and see for yourself!

    Recipe #149768


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