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    Made from what I had on hand... and really a favorite. Gato prefers sweet tuna salad made with chutney, but that is not for me! I used cabbage because that is what I had, but I would love to try this with watercress or radish sprouts... maybe I am just hungry! I hope you enjoy it.

    Recipe #477774

    This recipe comes from the queen of tasty, fast and simple-to-prepare meals - Rachael Ray. We could eat this every day (if it weren't for the butter!)

    Recipe #321088

    I was watching 30-minute Meals yesterday and thought this looked prettty good. I realized that I even had all of the ingredients... Then, within an hour we had unexpected dinner guests, and what do you suppose I made?! Everyone enjoyed it served with Rachel's Basalmic Browned Butter over Tilapia (also posted).

    Recipe #321086

    This was so easy and so good! We had to make a few accommodations for missing items, but it was still wonderful and fast. (Used ground ginger and red pepper flakes to replace chiles. You could do with just one orange and orange juice, too!)We made the whole batch for two of us and it fed us both dinner, one lunch and one other dinner. We made (sodium free) steamed white rice for it, too. For our tastes we now double the veges and cut the meat back to about half.

    Recipe #286242

    This ultimate chili recipe uses ingredients usually on hand and is quite easy and really tasty! We triple the cumin and cayenne. Give it a try and don't leave out the chocolate, it's that secret something! One of these days we're going to make it with tri-tip! YUM! This recipe is even better re-heated, so make double or prepare the day before, if possible!

    Recipe #283281

    My MIL loves sauerkraut, so when I saw this recipe from Emeril Lagasse, I had to try it. You absolutely MUST rinse the sauerkraut thoroughly!

    Recipe #260141

    This is a versatile salad, so mix it up (no pun intended) however YOU like it! You can easily add sliced protein (steak or fish, etc.) and some fresh bread to make a meal out of this one. The vinaigrette was born out of a desire to use up some orange marmalade and to dress a lunch salad. (Read: light, fresh, bright) The photo has a jalepeno because I was so close to chopping some up. I think it will be great... next time! NOTE: We like our vinaigrette's more acid than oil, so if you prefer oily you'll need to probably DOUBLE the oil, and if you like sweet, add 1/4-1/2 teaspoon of sugar, too! THE SYSTEM WON'T LET ME ADD THE 1 CUP OF RADDICHIO, but you'll want to add it!

    Recipe #256065

    Why order from the Chinese place down the road when you can throw this classic "take out" dish together in no time? With this one, you get to control the sodium, sugar and fat, but no one will ever know! Of course we serve this with steamed white rice.

    Recipe #255560

    Longing for beef stew like your stay-at-home mom used to make? Can't find the time to peel the potatoes and carrots after a busy day at the office? Not wanting to be eating at 9:00pm on a school night? This is the beef stew recipe for you!

    Recipe #255539

    A healthy and tasty main course that will be enjoyed by even the youngsters!

    Recipe #255530

    Bring a piece of Hawai'i to your kitchen, without the heat! With this fast and easy recipe you can sneak in the fruits and vegetables, and the kids will THANK YOU for it!!! Half or quarter the recipe for family servings or make it all for your next party!

    Recipe #255526

    Quick and easy dip that uses items generally on hand. Takes just moments to throw together this dip. It's originally from a Wheat Thins box, but I like it with reduced-fat Ritz crackers.

    Recipe #255511

    A classic butter cake with a crunchy almond topping.

    Recipe #255394

    This sauce will make you say, "ME-OWWWWWW!" with it's citrus and spice! It's easy to throw together, but beware the wasabi and red pepper flakes! Gato and I like it HOT! Be sure to adjust the "heat" to your family's taste.

    Recipe #255111

    MARINATES FOR 24 HOURS (or a long as time allows!) Simply throw the ingredients into a plastic zipper bag with the meat of choice and refrigerate until ready to grill!

    Recipe #254794

    DOES NOT INCLUDE 4-10 HOURS OF REST TIME! This is a recipe that can't go wrong. BTW if you haven't used filo before, just follow the box instructions. Don't be intimidated (MOM!:-D) by it. It's easy to use. I've made this a bunch of times and it never comes out wrong. The longer you can let it sit before serving the better. (DH thinks it's better the next morning!)

    Recipe #252394

    Prep time: 15 min * Cook time: 8 hours * 8-9 Servings in this crock pot meal. I haven't made it yet, but will update when I do. Simple and straightforward meal that will make itself. Just add sourdough bread, or maybe spoon it into sourdough bowls!

    Recipe #252274

    Why buy salad dressing from the store?? Isn't that the whole reason you order a salad in the restaurant? It's the dressing!!! The mustard makes this a good pairing with a simple pork.

    Recipe #251458

    These pan-fried slices of pork tenderloin are on the table very quickly! You could use bacon rather that prosciutto and those super thin pork chops would work, too! This one is Curtis-ey of Take Home Chef.

    Recipe #251450

    Quality ingredients will make the difference with these chocolate covered, coffee ice cream bon bons. They require three separate stages, but each one is quite simple and the finished product looks professional! NOTE: THERE IS APPROX 30-60 MIN FREEZE TIME BETWEEN EACH STAGE!

    Recipe #251448

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