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    Easy, delicious!

    Recipe #516790

    For iced tea or other drinks. A little corn syrup prevents crystallization. The evaporated cane juice makes a pale light brown syrup. Use standard white granulated sugar for a clear version to use if color matters.

    Recipe #428911

    A lower-fat version of classic, rich New England fish stew. I've put scrod and shrimp in the ingredient list, but any combination of fish will do.

    Recipe #347853

    Very rich, flavorful classic New England fish stew. You can use a variety of fish, including shellfish. It is best to avoid using exclusively oily fish, like mackerel or bluefish, but they are fine as part of a medley. It is also best to use a waxy variety of potato like Yukon gold, that will not fall apart in cooking.

    Recipe #346710

    Low-calorie and high-flavor!

    Recipe #211421

    This sauce is magical because it works with anything. It's good on chicken, green vegetables, and it's great as a substitute for hollandaise in eggs benedict.

    Recipe #211186

    The amounts in this recipe, and even the ingredients, are flexible. This list just happens to be everything in the produce drawer that was approaching the end of its useful life on one cold February Saturday. The recipe is merely to cut up veggies, drizzle with olive oil, garlic, thyme, and nutmeg, and roast them in the oven.

    Recipe #209432


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