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    This sweet and spicy dish will warm you right up on a dreary night! My best friend taught me how to make this for when her Thai godsons came to visit. I don't know if its terribly authentic, but its "picky young thai boy" approved! Serve with rice, naan, pita or by itself. Some other veggies you might like to add or substitute can include: sugar peas, baby corn, bok choy, whole button mushrooms, bean sprouts (rinsed very thoroughly), green beans, sliced lotus pod, & peanuts.

    Recipe #465155

    This is a perfect late summer dish when corn is the best and its cool enough to roast a chicken, and use the leftovers in soup ; ) I used a home made broth, made from: 5 corn cobs, 1 chicken carcass, 3 small leeks, 4 carrots, 4 celery stalks, one onion, one head of garlic, fresh herbs and spices. Just a little salt. Its a very corn flavored broth perfect for this base. This recipe was inspired by The Pioneer Woman's "Corn Chowder with Chilies"

    Recipe #462985

    American Chop Suey (Or Goulash if you leave BOS/NE) is a cheap hearty food that gained popularity with our grandparents during WWII for obvious reasons.This is a great winter comfort food. The basic shell is here, although this version is a bit zazzed up. Traditional recipe calls for beef, elbows, onion, green pepper, tomato soup and S&P to taste. This should make about 8 servings. Left overs will taste even better, and this is also good to freeze.

    Recipe #446914

    This light and crunchy pasta is delicious and looks great! As with all cold salads, try to make this the night before . Peppers [espcially the colorful ones] make great "good-mood" foods.

    Recipe #428865

    You may recognize this easy to split recipe as a twist from a mainstream heavy hitter in the condiment aisle. This is the first and only potato salad I have ever, or will ever make. This is also the first recipe I ever made. -- If you're like me, this is for a BBQ. This will be enough to take to the party, and have some left at home to enjoy. Or one really big shin dig! Party on! Make this the night before for best results! Good source of Vitamin C (20% DV) and Iron (6% DV).

    Recipe #428621

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