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    Don't dress the chicken when it's warm--it will absorb too much of the dressing. For even less fuss, use a fully cooked supermarket rotisserie chicken. This recipe is best served over salad greens. Published May 1, 2006. From Cook's Illustrated.

    Recipe #423387

    Here's a perfect all-in-one meal--the chicken, rice, and vegetables simmer together, enhancing each other and giving the cook a break. (http://www.cooking.com/Recipes-and-More/RecPrint.aspx?rid=2639)

    Recipe #423386

    Came with our "Beaumark" Waffle maker; quick and easy, never fails us.

    Recipe #416532

    The flavor of this dish is rich, fragrant, and mellow -- not hot. You can make the sauce ahead of time and simmer the chicken in it just before serving. (http://www.cooking.com/Recipes-and-More/RecPrint.aspx?rid=2323)

    Recipe #416304

    Simmering chunks of potato, Italian sausages, and artichoke hearts in a tomatoey broth melds their flavors into a savory stew. Sop up the plentiful broth with crusty bread. (http://www.cooking.com/Recipes-and-More/RecPrint.aspx?rid=2162)

    Recipe #416292

    No crackers, no bread cubes, no double dipping! Delicious spinach and artichoke "dip" served in pastry tart shells for an easy, warm, make-ahead appetizer. Can substitute all ingredients with lite/lower fat alternatives.

    Recipe #404184

    Deliciously seasonally spiced crunchy granola, excellent served with vanilla yogurt, perfect for autumn and winter potluck brunches; your whole house will smell yummy! Inspired by "Crunchy Granola" (Recipe #31235).

    Recipe #403153


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