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    1 Reviews |  By Jaudon

    This is a delicious and healthy meal in one. Using the pita in the meat makes it so moist! Ground turkey could be used instead of lam, and any kind of lettuce can be substituted for the arugula. This recipe came from Self magazine, and it is one of our favorites!

    Recipe #347571

    1 Reviews |  By Jaudon

    This is a very easy and versatile week night meal! I have made this with pepperoni, scrambled eggs and bacon, and vegetarian versions.

    Recipe #316513

    2 Reviews |  By Jaudon

    A refreshing main dish salad. Can be made with or without chicken, shrimp, or tofu.

    Recipe #299291

    1 Reviews |  By Jaudon

    This is a very good, easy, and healthy salad recipe. I serve mine with grilled chicken or sauteed shrimp as a main dish, or it makes a wonderful side salad.

    Recipe #297286

    2 Reviews |  By Jaudon

    This is the spicy Korean version of beef stew. My boyfriend is Korean, so I tweaked a recipe from his mother until I came up with this. According to him, it is better than what you get in Korea! You can adjust the spice of the dish with the chili paste (which is easily found in any asian market). I usually make mine without the beef, although it is great either way. This is best served with hot rice and kim chee. Enjoy!

    Recipe #294149


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