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    I LOVE pasta puttanesca, and have made it a few different ways, sometimes even with tuna. However, this is my go-to recipe that is quite easy to put together. I have made this as a first-course for holiday dinners or for my weeknight cravings. I must say, though, that the fresh herbs are key!

    Recipe #515434

    You can use your choice of country-style or baby-back ribs, whatever your preference! You can also substitute Onion or Beefy Onion soup mix for the Onion Mushroom.

    Recipe #515431

    This is a quick, easy side dish for any Chinese dish you might be serving. I usually use brown rice (personal preference) but I'm sure it's equally as good with white rice. I'm a big fan of the Onion Mushroom Soup Mix, but it is getting harder to find, so I'm sure you could substitute Beefy Onion, Golden Onion, or Onion instead.

    Recipe #515430

    This is like antipasto in a bowl! What's also nice about this is that it's a quick toss in the salad bowl. The dressing ingredients are tossed with the salad, which makes it so much quicker!

    Recipe #513503

    I was so fortunate to have all these flavorful ingredients on hand, which made for a lovely (and quick) dinner. The brininess of the olives and capers was a pleasant reminder of warmer climates on a cold January night!

    Recipe #513469

    This is a recipe I've had for at least 30 years. My sister gave it to me way back when. I've tweaked it just a bit. Brown rice makes this super healthy, but I also like to use an arborio rice sometimes for a change of pace. This actually goes a long way and fills you up pretty well. Great for the diet-conscious.

    Recipe #513467

    I had made baked potatoes for another recipe and only needed the potato pulp. Thankfully, I showed some forethought by freezing the potato skins, thinking I could use them at a later time. Well, Super Bowl Sunday came around, and I thought it was the perfect time to defrost them and see what I could do with them. They came out super tasty and were a big hit!

    Recipe #513461

    It started snowing the other day, and I couldn't get to the grocery store. I took a look through the refrigerator and the pantry to see what I could scavenge up for dinner. I didn't quite have all the ingredients for our favorite lasagna, but I was able to improvise with what I had on hand, and was rewarded with a delicious dinner.

    Recipe #512610

    I was going through the freezer the other day, checking to see what I had and what needed to be used soon. I found half of a cooked split chicken breast and an 8-inch stick of andouille sausage. I thought they would go nicely in a jambalaya, and then went to rummage through the fridge and the pantry for other ingredients. I only had arborio rice, which worked out nicely, and the rest of the ingredients were foraged from the fridge, as well as the pantry. It came out pretty good, so I thought I would share the recipe. (Of course, you can switch out the chicken and sausage for pretty much any proteins you have to use up!)

    Recipe #512608

    In May 2013, New York chef Dominique Ansel introduced his hybrid croissant-donut to the world, and it's not been the same since! People wait on line for hours to taste one of his delectable delights. Luckily, making them is not as difficult as one would think.

    Recipe #507239

    A nice change of pace on game day, or for entertaining in general! Sure to impress. This goes especially nicely with sweet potato chips.

    Recipe #507238

    I have grown to really be fond of southeast Asian curries. This one is really good. Serve this over long-grain white rice.

    Recipe #506268

    I like calamari, but only the rings (nothing with tentacles please). I found some frozen calamari rings in the Seafood Department of my supermarket and bought them on impulse. I then had to figure out what to do with them, rather than just fry them. Here's what I came up with.

    Recipe #506064

    Finely shredded coconut adds a sweet crunch to this moist, flavorful bread. I have recently learned to appreciate the great texture and flavor that toasted coconut lends to a recipe, and this is a great take on banana bread.

    Recipe #505870

    This thick, hearty soup is adapted from a more complex dish that includes several kinds of beans and a spherical type of couscous called muhammas, for vermicelli is substituted. This gets better overnight, but don’t add the pasta or the fresh chopped cilantro and mint until shortly before serving. You may need to thin out with water. It will keep for 3 or 4 days in the refrigerator. In spring and summer, substitute 1/2 pound diced zucchini for the squash. Simmer the zucchini for no longer than 30 minutes.

    Recipe #505838

    From The New York Times.

    Recipe #505728

    Good Food Magazine, June 1986

    Recipe #505720

    Adapted from "Couscous and Other Good Food From Morocco"by Paula Wolfert

    Recipe #505052

    In France, meatballs are called boulettes (sounds better than meatballs), and by far the favorite versions are the spice-scented North African type. Most of the neighborhood Tunisian and Moroccan restaurants in Paris offer them, served as an appetizer or a side, or in a fragrant main-course tagine with couscous. In Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria, former French colonies, that’s what they’re called, too, at least on tourist menus; they also go by numerous other names in local languages. Jewish communities in those countries traditionally serve boulettes on Friday night for the Sabbath meal. Assorted sweet spices, along with chopped cilantro and parsley, are added to minced lamb or goat, then formed into delicate little balls. Simmered in a saffron-scented broth, they are usually accompanied by stewed seasonal vegetables.

    Recipe #505050

    Instead of potato, the contents of a 6-ounce can of tuna in olive oil, drained and mashed, may be used. Ricotta cheese, small cooked shrimp, lump crab meat or cooked, seasoned finely chopped beef or chicken are other possible fillings.

    Recipe #505047

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