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    Great with pita breads and rice; we add extra tomato when they're in season. A can of fire-roasted diced tomatoes is an excellent substitute. I cannot remember where I got this from....but made it last week and don't want to lose it!

    Recipe #514198

    Tangy, citrus-y shredded pork; great for any kind of taco/burrito/enchilada filling or as the star of a chile or torta. I found this online somewhere and made it for my husband's 50th birthday party and had raves from guests (and those who said they didn't like pork!) This also freezes extremely well.

    Recipe #481550

    Adapted from Sunset magazine....I only recently discovered parsnips and this recipe is one my husband and daughter approve of! Dried thyme works fine if you have no fresh. And of course, anything is better with garlic.

    Recipe #406030

    Adapted from Sunset Magazine, this only takes about an hour to make and is a very warming weeknight dinner. Not meant to be the real deal, but pretty tasty on its own merit. If you can't find the ground red chiles, you can sub chile powder, or ground red pepper to taste, though it won't be quite the same. Make some corn tortilla quesadillas to go with!

    Recipe #406028

    A colleague of mine brought this in years ago for a soup potluck lunch and I fell in love with it. I love big batches of soup to freeze (especially when I was single and just wanted to come home to a good dinner...) and this one is perfect. I've also added beans, potatoes, carrots, celery and whatever else looked like it needed to be used up. Nowadays I don't usually add the jalapenos (daughter doesn't like heat...so sad....)...but love having this to warm things up. You can make it soup-like or more stew like depending upon your preference by adding more broth.

    Recipe #400424

    Recipe #397041

    Vegetarian tomato and fennel soup. Regular oranges work just as well, also. I also add some garlic, sauteed with the onions. I found this in the Chicago Tribune food section that I get emailed to me :)

    Recipe #397024

    From I-Village, here for safekeeping.

    Recipe #397018

    Armadillo Willy's is the best rib place in Northern California, IMHO. The closest one to us is about half an hour away, so thankfully they gave out the rub recipe and we can buy the sauce.

    Recipe #383587

    I got this from a Sunset magazine about 15 years ago and having lost it and found it several times, I'm finally putting it in here for sanity's sake! The recipe calls for sliced deli roast beef, but I've used leftover steak or roast and it's great. The veggies can be played with too--cucumbers, sliced bell peppers, halved cherry tomatoes, bean sprouts have all worked well. It's very refreshing and no cooking! Prep time doesn't include the marinating time. (I've marinated it for about an hour, and that's still enough time)

    Recipe #381867

    There's a few copycat recipes for this rub that aren't close to what is really in there. This version is much closer to the seasoning they use at the 'Vous in Memphis and is from the AmazingRibs.com site (highly recommended!) I like that this has less salt than a ot of rubs-- and you can add sugar if you like, but since we sauce our ribs, I don't need sugar in the rub. You can leave out the Accent if you have a sensitivity to MSG.

    Recipe #363342

    This is from a Whole Foods newsletter. It's basically quiche-like, but healthier from the quinoa crust and is insanely adaptable with different veggies and cheeses. The ease and health is what I like best.

    Recipe #324646

    Based on a Tyler's Ultimate recipe, I streamlined some of this and it's a wonderful comfort food dinner. It can also be made in the crock pot, just use a bit less liquid, or be sure to boil down the sauce at the end. This is best made the day before because you can then refrigerate it, remove the fat, and the flavors have had a chance to meld. Really good with garlic mashed potatoes or thick noodles.

    Recipe #322435

    Or chicken or pork or shrimp...I scribbled this down out of a magazine at my dentist's office over ten years ago...and have loved it ever since. It was originally for tuna steaks, but I've branched out and use it on chicken and pork chops, grilled shrimp, halibut...it's a really tasty sauce. I like to serve it over angel hair pasta tossed with some fresh Italian parsley and olive oil. It's a very quick dinner that never fails for company or family.

    Recipe #319400

    I had a grilled pesto-marinated chicken breast at the Hayes Mansion in San Jose and wanted to make it at home, but couldn't find anything like what I had--it wasn't just chicken with pesto on it, but had been marinated. I searched for something similar, but could find nothing, so I finally came up with this. I've used my own pesto recipe (Recipe #242383) and store bought pesto, and both work well. One cup of marinade is enough for four boneless, skinless chicken breasts

    Recipe #318045

    Sent Sovi is a remarkable restaurant in Saratoga, CA, at the foot of the Santa Cruz Mountains. Josiah Stone, the chef/owner recently had an Heirloom Tomato Tasting Menu (every dish had tomatoes....Lemon Boy tomato Bellinis anyone? YUM!) and was also featured on a local show making this gazpacho. We had it at the restaurant along with several other dishes I am going to try to reproduce, and it was one of the best gazpachos I've ever had, even though I usually prefer mine chunkier. His wife came out and talked with us for about half an hour after dinner, and believe me, if you can get there, GO!!! In the meantime, I'm enjoying this again! (And trying to figure out that incredible prawn dish......) Cooking time is marinating time.

    Recipe #317555

    This is similar to a dish served at a restaurant in San Juan Bautista, which is the only reason I can think of that it's called "Mission" chicken. The bacon and smoked paprika give it a nice smoky flavor my husband likes.....It's quick and easy,and dinner in one pot --that's what I like about it. ***NOTE: Sage grows wild in California, so it was a common seasoning. If you don't like sage, don't use it! Other herbs work well also.

    Recipe #315013

    This was an appetizer I had at a wine festival in Santa Cruz, but we've had it as dinner, too. I love goat cheese....Since I keep bacon and bacon fat in the freezer, and goat cheese (chevre) freezes well, it's a very easy dinner. Update: I've started garnishing this with more of a tomato salad/bruschetta type topping with basil, olive oil and balsamic tossed with the tomatoes and it's SO good! Some toasted pine nuts work well with that all too! I also found that a Jiffy corn bread mix will make the corn cakes easily...just add the corn, onions and cayenne to the mix. Even easier!

    Recipe #314266

    This is really easy with my microplane--I just grate the ginger and garlic into a measuring cup, add the rest of the ingredients and nuke it in the microwave til it's all melted. This is good with any kind of fish, chicken or pork tenderloin, too.

    Recipe #307219

    Yes, it sounds wierd, but....it's an easy yummy way with salmon. I was pretty skeptical about the dill pickles, but my friend was right--if you like capers with salmon, then you'll like this! She said she got it from Food & Wine.

    Recipe #307198

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