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    An easy and delicious way to use that leftover Easter, Thanksgiving or Christmas Ham. Rather than the ordinary recipe that uses cream, or sour cream, mine uses beef broth for a rich, yet healthy, comfort dish. There is just something about the salty, smoky flavor of leftover ham combined with potatoes and cheese. Enjoy!

    Recipe #295074

    This is a wonderful main dish salad that is full of flavor and texture, low in calories, rich in Omega-3 oil, and high in fiber. I pulled this together one night when I had to have dinner alone and wasn't sure what I wanted. This is very easy to pull together at the last minute and very satisfying!

    Recipe #290565

    I have never tried Swiss Chard, but wanted to because of it's health benefits. I looked for a recipe and couldn't find one to my liking (most just called for sauteeing). Last night I made Cooking Diva's Tuscan Chicken in Lemon-Wine Sauce (Scaloppine Al Limone) Recipe # 206632 and she suggested serving it with a side of pasta. So, I thought, why not add the chard to the pasta, along with some canellini beans and combine that with the wonderful lemon-wine sauce from her chicken. Her chicken dish, by the way, is delicious! The result, we thought, was quite tasty!

    Recipe #287820

    This recipe was in our local paper 15 years ago. I clipped it out and it has become a favorite because of it's versatility (you can use chicken, turkey, or fish), it's ease, it's mouthwatering taste, and it's healthfulness. Try it, I think you'll agree!

    Recipe #282761

    I made several jars of pesto last Fall and have scoured 'Zaar for recipes utilizing this wonderful ingredient. I found a recipe for pork chops, but I ended up modifying it so much I thought it would be better to just post a recipe. These boneless, butterflied center cut chops are full of flavor and very moist. I really think you'll enjoy these!

    Recipe #281277

    I'm trying to incorporate more fresh, raw vegetables into our diet, so while shopping a daikon radish and fennel bulb caught my eye. I thinly sliced them and prepared a simple vinaigrette. The result is a tasty, fresh salad! Enjoy!

    Recipe #281255

    Healthy, quick and easy Winter comfort food!! This recipe won the local beer and chili cookoff contest in Summer 2007. What surprised everyone is that it contained Textured Vegetable Protein (TVP) sold under various names such as Harvest Crumbles.

    Recipe #278378

    The Ligurian region of Italy is along the coast and contains some steep terrain. In addition to marvelous seafood dishes, the residents enjoy vegetables with their pasta, which while somewhat unusual, is very delicious. The combination of the pasta, with browned potato cubes and green beans in the recipe is brought together marvelously by the pesto sauce.

    Recipe #278277

    Easy, delicious and elegant little dessert. My friends rave about this, but they have no idea how easy it is!!

    Recipe #278261

    This is an incredible way to make moist and delicious chicken breasts with an accompanying sauce to serve over couscous or other pasta.

    Recipe #274255

    Here's a unique and healthy twist on a popular favorite. Healthy because it contains no fat and utilizes Textured Vegetable Protein (TVP) instead of red meat. Don't let that scare you. The TVP has the same texture as ground beef and takes on the taste of whatever it is cooked with. It's unique because of the sweet and sour base; hence the name Honolulu Sloppy Joes. It's also easy to make for those hectic week night meals and it's kid friendly. Try it you'll love it!

    Recipe #249394

    I love corn bread. Not the stuff out of a box, but the real thing. I went to make some last night and discovered I had no baking powder! So I looked in my Joy of Cooking for substitutions for baking powder, and the resulting corn bread was the best I've tasted. Try it, I think you'll agree!

    Recipe #195712

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