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    Jazzed up squash! If you prefer a milder dish, use a second can of chiles instead of the jalapenos.

    Recipe #309289

    A North African accent for a variety of dishes, from tagines and couscous to a garnish on a wood fire oven pizza. Thin-skinned Meyer lemons recommended, though Eureka works well, too. Kosher salt makes a good choice as it dissolves easier. Your jar of preserved lemons may or may not be kept refrigerated.

    Recipe #308919

    A healthy choice! Serve with salad or chutney. From AOL food. Prep time includes chill time.

    Recipe #308729

    A beautiful refreshing treat, impressive for guests. Uses 3 berries and no cooking! You may substitute another berry for the blueberries.

    Recipe #303587

    This creamy recipe has chicken meatballs. The original asks you to grind your own chicken breasts in a food processor, but I've posted it using pre-ground meat. Don't be shy with the garlic and spices!

    Recipe #294420

    A baked casserole from the islands, but homey enough for your kitchen.

    Recipe #294419

    Taking rice up a notch without too much more effort. From Bon Appetit, February 2008. Toast pine nuts if desired.

    Recipe #282832

    Makes a lovely presentation without too much effort. Taken from February 2008's Bon Appetit. Recipe makes extra stuffing which can be used in a couple extra breasts or sprinkle over eggs in a frittata.

    Recipe #282650

    A dish that pleases the eye and palate with various colors and flavours. From chef Curtis Stone. Suggested salami is soppressata.

    Recipe #274060

    These tiny standing trees will dress up your dessert trays and delight your family and guests! No baking, not much effort! Recipe from a village bakery in Ontario. (Amount of chocolate and yield are estimated)

    Recipe #269427

    A healthy and filling salad bolstered by moist chicken pieces and accented by the crunch of apple, this barley dish is lifted to lofty heights by a light, tangy Dijon dressing. Leave the peel on your apple for even more color.

    Recipe #243355

    With their jewel-like color, beets always make a lovely addition to our meals. Here they are dressed up and taken to another level. Prep time includes cooking beets.

    Recipe #241010

    A simple salad with a refreshing flavour.

    Recipe #240994

    A homey casserole with a cornbread crust. Updated recipe since SusieQusie's helpful input...my husband almost polished off the whole thing in one sitting! I found it easier to use a hefty half cup each of canned lima beans and corn instead of the frozen succotash.

    Recipe #239818

    A comforting loaf of browned biscuit filled with steamy savoury beef...mmm. Try it with DiB's Biscuit Crust recipe. Serve with hot beef gravy.

    Recipe #237488

    A chewy walnut layer dominates this lovely creation. A shortbread crust and lemony glaze holds it all together.

    Recipe #237485

    A delicate savoury soup. One hostess served this as an alternative to cocktails before her dinner, in Japanese tea cups. I ended up drinking mine, too, and me not a soup lover! You may want to make sure your medium onion is not more than your one small apple since it will overpower it.

    Recipe #237457

    A very different and rich tasting salad. I believe I found it in a 70's cookbook. Time does not include one hour marinating.

    Recipe #237033

    Bright, light and flavourful! I haven't tried this yet but it looked too beautiful not to post. From Thai-Choice.

    Recipe #236227

    A 5-minute breakfast idea. When experimenting with how to toast bread in a pan, I added brown sugar to the pan and out came a beautifully toasted candied creation. Add some cinnamon or spread with fresh butter. This recipe is for one person, just cook up as many slices as needed.

    Recipe #233146

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