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    This is a Martha Stewart recipe. I haven't made it yet, but it looks like it would be so good as part of a breakfast with eggs and toast.

    Recipe #390268

    This is a Martha Stewart recipe that I made recently for brunch. I used a mixture of cremini and white button mushrooms in the filling, and also made Martha's recipe for Pâte Brisée (I made it the dough the day before and kept it in the fridge), and found it to be much more flavorful than the standard piecrust I've used for other pies and tarts. Note: After making the dough, it needs to be refrigerated 1 hour before it can be used.

    Recipe #390012

    This is a healthy alternative to the usual ground beef burgers as it uses ground turkey and zucchini in the hamburger patty mix. You can also make the spicy sauce below to use as a condiment with your hamburger.

    Recipe #390007

    I'm always on the lookout for slow cooker recipes that I think my family will enjoy, and I found this one on Woman's Day magazine.

    Recipe #389584

    I found this recipe in a Better Homes and Gardens magazine; haven't tried it yet but it looks like it would be especially good to serve in the summer. The recipe lists some ingredients that I've never used together before, but I can see them working well together. There are also a lot of colorful ingredients in the recipe and I can imagine it would make a nice presentation as well.

    Recipe #388348

    This is a light and refreshing tuna salad that I sometimes make instead of a mayonnaise tuna salad.

    Recipe #388247

    The pairing of sweet potatoes, carrots and apples go perfectly with the pork shoulder and make a nice counterpoint to the cider. It's also really fast and easy to get together.

    Recipe #388166

    This is especially good to make when apples are in season and at the peak of their flavor, and it features a favorite food pairing: sweet-tart apples with cheddar cheese.

    Recipe #388163

    DH and I love spaghetti squash and usually just serve it with a pat of butter, but we have also tried making spaghetti with it using the squash instead of pasta, and it has turned out really well. This is another recipe I found that substitutes squash for the pasta.

    Recipe #388157

    Using lean turkey cutlets with a tomato salsa, and fiber-rich bulgur as a side dish, makes a lowfat, low calorie and easy-to-make dinner. (Fresh spices always taste better, but if you want to use dried spices, use only 1 teaspoon of oregano and 1 teaspoon of mint, both crumbled finely with your fingers before adding. Using dried parsley, however, really takes away flavor from this dish, so try to use fresh if you can. Also, if you can't find turkey cutlets, boneless, skinless turkey breasts can be used; just increase cooking time to 10-12 minutes, turning halfway through.)

    Recipe #387928

    When I buy buttermilk to use in baking recipes, I always have some leftover. This is a great way to use it up, and the buttermilk gives the chicken a tangy delicious taste. (The cooking time also includes the time needed for marinating.)

    Recipe #387921

    There are several recipes here for oven-dried tomatoes, but this recipe is a little different so I thought I'd post it. This is a great way to use up a bumper crop of tomatoes. They give a great depth of flavor to sauces, salads, etc. and are much more economical than buying jarred dried tomatoes at the supermarket.

    Recipe #387917

    This recipe comes from the television show Epicurious. When I saw it has ingredients our family likes, I put it on my list to make next time we have people over. It looks to be quite spicy, so I'll cut down on the amount of spices for the children's tastes. I'll also use the ground cumin and coriander from my pantry to save the expense of having to buy these in whole seed form. This would go nicely with some couscous, and a side platter of cut-up pieces of tomato, cucumber and feta, along with some kalamata olives.

    Recipe #386151

    This is a spicy, common dish from the Middle East. It can be served with some bread, or on top of rice or lentils.

    Recipe #386139

    This is different from the usual fruity smoothies, but just as delicious.

    Recipe #386068

    These melt-in-your-mouth truffles are easy and quick to make -- the recipe uses only 3 ingredients! The time listed as cooking time is actually the time needed for refrigeration.

    Recipe #386064

    This is a traditional recipe originally from Pakistan. (If using dried chickpeas instead of canned, allow additional time for overnight soaking.)

    Recipe #385582

    Pre-cooked shrimp combine with a few simple ingredients to make a fast and easy lunch or dinner.

    Recipe #385346

    Rajas, a traditional saute of chile peppers and onions, is a staple in Mexican cuisine. With the addition of cheeses, this makes an easy and delicious quesadilla filling. Note: If you don't mind a "drippy" filling, or you can't wait :smile: these can be eaten right away. However, if you want the filling to solidify a little, wait 5 minutes before cutting.

    Recipe #384500

    This is a different twist on a tuna salad -- made with English cucumbers and a light olive oil vinaigrette. The Kalamata olives and vinaigrette give it a nice tangy taste.

    Recipe #383877

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