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    This is my adaptation of baked mac & cheese. I trimmed it down to better adhere to my diet plan and thought others out there craving their carby, cheesy fix might appreciate this lighter version.

    Recipe #450412

    This quick, healthy meal makes a great brunch with a side of fresh fruit or a light lunch or dinner with a side salad.

    Recipe #450409

    This is a healthy meal that is delicious warm over nice crisp greens or chilled as a salad itself. The recipe calls for fresh salmon, but boneless, skinless canned salmon works as well.

    Recipe #434525

    This was a side dish my mother taught me to make after she modified a recipe she'd found in a cookbook to suit our family's tastes. These get deliciously crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside. So good I could eat them as the meal itself. NOTE: Try to choose sprouts that are all about the same size. Smaller sprouts work best.

    Recipe #407079

    A friend of mine is a master of delicious meats and this is just one more of his amazing creations. This makes the house smell awesome and is excellent piled high on a roll with melty Provolone cheese. Oh, and don't forget the bibs...this one is messy!

    Recipe #404781

    I saw this recipe posted in a local newspaper for the upcoming Thanksgiving. I haven't made this yet, but wanted to post it for others who are looking for a nice side dish for the holidays. Prep time includes the time needed to bake the potatoes.

    Recipe #399273

    This is a recipe I threw together one night as I was making "breakfast for dinner" for Brad. He traditionally prefers scrambled eggs, but wanted something a bit more special.

    Recipe #395942

    This is a recipe my grandmother taught me to use up leftover rice. It's a bit different from the usual rice pudding, but it's easy and very tasty. This recipe calls for raisins, but you can omit them or substitute other dried fruits like cranberries if you prefer. Please note that the prep time does not include the time needed to cook the rice. I usually use leftovers.

    Recipe #374589

    I haven't tried this yet, but it looks like a tasty, easy recipe for some no-frills comfort food. I found this on the back of a can of Campbell's Cheddar Cheese soup. This is probably very kid-friendly and parents would be able to sneak in whatever veggies they want. This can also be made with ground turkey to save some extra calories and fat.

    Recipe #367094

    This is my mom's take on a popular version of Buffalo chicken dip. She's lightened things up a little, while maintaining the flavor of this party-favorite. I serve this with celery sticks, but it's also good with tortilla chips or Chicken-in-a-Biscuit brand crackers.

    Recipe #345909

    This is the quintessential summer comfort food. When it was too hot to cook or eat a heavy dinner, my mother would often make this as a light summer meal. The leftovers taste great the next day! NOTE: Many of the spices can be adjusted to taste. I like to experiment with new flavors, like adding dill or curry powder. (cooking time is boiling the pasta and eggs, while prep time is chopping and mixing)

    Recipe #308528

    This recipe was given to me by the mother of a vegetarian friend of mine. We had the pleasure of attending her family's Seder and this was one of the dishes her mother prepared for her. I enjoy this as is, but don't be mistaken, this is NOT a sweet kugel. My friend's mother told me that you can add 1/2 cup of sugar to the mix before baking if you prefer something a bit sweeter or if you're using a particulary tart apple. Regardless, this makes a delicious side dish with your Passover meal or you can eat the whole pan by yourself all year round like I do :-)

    Recipe #301227

    When I asked my boyfriend Brad what he wanted for dinner one week night, he requested pasta. However, when he saw me take bottle of tomato sauce out of the cupboard he asked that I make the sauce "something different from the normal tomato stuff." So, with a little creativity and a the wonderful shredding blade on my food processor, this recipe was born. I hope you enjoy it as much as he and I do. It makes for a beautiful dinner plate and would be awesome with some sauteed chicken added if you prefer something with added substance.

    Recipe #265607


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