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    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

    A piquant, savory herb breading with real Parmigiano Reggiano provide these moist chicken breasts with plenty of flavor. Baking them avoids all the fat calories from pan frying without sacrificing taste. Best of all, these are so fast and easy to make! Try it with my Recipe #360354 for a nice, satisfying comfort meal.

    Recipe #373096

    An easy way to prepare salmon with a delicious sauce to accompany it.

    Recipe #356749

    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 mushroom sandwich comes topped with a luscious Greek-style salad. Make it a meal: Serve with cucumber spears and a glass of Firestone Gewürztraminer.

    Recipe #301602

    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

    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

    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

    An easy and lighter version of the classic favorite, this recipe uses non-fat canned milk and reduced fat sharp cheddar cheese to reduce the calories without reducing the taste.

    Recipe #360354

    From our local newspaper comes this little gem. This grilling rub recipe is from a restaurant in California featured in the "Sideways" movie. It's great on meats, artichokes, asparagus -- just about anything, including fish and chicken. The trick is you must use a blender to reduce to a DUST. This makes a positively MEAN post roast -- rub it on any piece of beef -- chuck, arm or rump -- stick it in a dry crock-pot and let it cook. You will want to drink the gravy!

    Recipe #385258

    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

    Salmon is one of the healthy fish that contain high amounts of Omega-3 fatty acid and partner and I try to eat it once a week, so I'm always looking for new ways to prepare it. Fish tacos are very popular in Southern California and the Baja of Mexico; and, who doesn't like Mexican cuisine. All of the recipes I've seen use various white fish, call for battering and frying the fish, and contain numerous steps. I played around last night and came up with a combination that my dear partner and I loved. I hope you will too! This is fast and easy to prepare, and won't heat your kitchen up during the Spring and Summer months.

    Recipe #300357

    Fall weather puts me in the mood for comfort food such as casseroles, but I don't want all the calories that usually come with them. So I paired cod with potatoes and used an Italian inspired tomato sauce to bring it all together. My partner and I really enjoyed this last night and I hope you will too. You can use any type fish you like, as long as it flakes easily when cooked. I think I'm going to try smoked salmon next time. For the potatoes, I like to use Yukon gold, but any low starch potato will work well.

    Recipe #332476

    A delicious and easy way to preserve all that rhubarb. With this method, you don't have worry about what type of pectin to purchase, will it set up, did you use enough sugar. In fact, I like this fine with only 3 cups of sugar rather than the four.

    Recipe #308504

    Taking inspiration from Eating Well magazine, I've lightened my chicken-fried steak recipe. It's still got all the flavor of the original I think. The coating is crispy and flavorful and the gravy, while not a cream gravy typically served with this, is very rich. Serve this with some cheesy grits to top with the gravy and a side of greens and you've got a real comfort meal!

    Recipe #332695

    Stewed apples are a marvelous side dish for pork, or a wonderful dessert served with some low fat vanilla yogurt. Your kitchen will smell like you are baking a pie, but without the crust. Use any type apple your prefer. I had red delicious on hand, so that's what got used. And use real maple syrup. My partner and I enjoyed these with Recipe #333873

    Recipe #333949

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

    Recipe #278261

    I love broccoli, but it's sometimes difficult to find methods of preparing it that are both flavorful and healthy. It's tempting to cover it with a cheesy sauce, but there goes healthy! So, last night after microwaving my Birdseye broccoli-cauliflower, I added it to a skillet of warm olive oil in which the juice of one lemon along with anchovy and garlic paste had been added. The result was delicious! If you've ever had bagna cauda, this is quite similar.

    Recipe #315137

    The prosciutto, rosemary and thyme give this savory side dish loads of flavor. It's a perfect accompaniment for those favorite, hearty Fall dishes and for an easy to prepare dish for those light Summer meals. It can hold up equally well to your roast pork as it can with salmon fillets. High in fiber and protein, low in fat, and high in flavor. You won't even miss your mashed potatoes!

    Recipe #335607

    Calling all you Springtime asparagus and spinach lovers, this one's for you! Not much more to say!

    Recipe #303779

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