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    I was craving this dish, but didn't have a whole lot of time after work and with a toddler to contend with. Now, I'm not saying this is the best cioppino ever, but it is entirely adequate for a quick and healthy meal. If you grate all your veggies, prep your fish and throw everything in the pot, it cooks up in no time. Serve with a great crusty loaf of bread.

    Recipe #417655

    Clearing out my cupboard, and came up with this sauce. It's cheap and easy to make, and low fat.

    Recipe #394986

    I'm trying various recipes to give my daughter healthful snacks. This is a most recent attempt which I think turned out well. All of the values are estimates, as I was on a 'dump, stir and see' kick.

    Recipe #391790

    I've been trying to find various snack recipes involving peanut butter for my egg-allergic daughter, and continuously came across no-bake cookie type ones. I've never been a fan of no-bake cookies, and trying to get a toddler to eat one without causing an unholy mess is a near impossibility. So, I've experimented, and came up with these. They're wholesome and good tasting, filling but not too sweet. Granted, a peanut butter cookie will beat this hands down in a taste test, but these are so much better for you. Additionally, the quantities of ingredients are variable, with the aim to get the consistency of a very stiff cookie dough.

    Recipe #390540

    This is my sister's recipe, though I'm not sure you can really call it a recipe with only two ingredients.

    Recipe #382276

    My daughter is allergic to eggs, and I searched forever to find a decent birthday cake recipe for her first birthday (trust me, there are a lot of stinkers on recipezaar). This simple cake came out moist and flavourful! No mixer necessary- you can make this one using a bowl and spoon in just a few minutes.

    Recipe #381977

    I have an 11-month-old who loves garlic! This is a quick, easy, and healthy spread or dip for both you and your little ones. It is strong-tasting and will leave you with lasting garlic breath, but if neither of those bother you (or bother your baby), then go for it. As it is, my daughter will pick this over bland applesauce any day.

    Recipe #377371

    This is my mom's favorite cake, and I have kept losing and finding the recipe over the years, so I'm posting it here for safe keeping. I should mention, though, that this is not my recipe- it comes from an October 1996 issue of Southern Living. This is a truly wonderful (albeit labor intensive) three layer cake, and I have made it on many special occasions.

    Recipe #362515

    I literally threw this together at the last minute when my husband was coming home early from work one night. We really enjoyed it, and I hope you do as well. This could easily work with beef, it's just that I had ground lamb on hand that evening, and we both liked the flavor.

    Recipe #312715

    I loved this soup growing up- such a heartwarming, nourishing soup. Now, there were some things about this soup that I didn't like when my grandmother made it, so I've tweaked the recipe (what I can remember from childhood), and it comes pretty close. This is very much a 'dump everything into the pot' soup, but it works.

    Recipe #302868

    I adapted this recipe from various ones I've tried in the past that I found were never quite right. It's not entirely authentic, but it works with what I have in the kitchen, and my husband loves it. This is an easy to make, one-skillet dinner, great for after work. Serve either with rice, chappatis or naan.

    Recipe #297351

    These really satisfied my cravings for a BLT while on the diet, and are incredibly easy to make. Enjoy!

    Recipe #249077

    This is again an interpretation of my m-i-l's delicious dal. This recipe makes a lot, but it's great to freeze for future meals.

    Recipe #247242

    My mother-in-law taught me this simple, yet delicious dish. It works well with many different types of cuisines, and currently is the only way I can get my husband to eat cabbage.

    Recipe #239800

    This is a really (and I mean really) easy and delicious way to prepare a roast. It can apply to any kind of meat- lamb, chicken, pork, beef, etc... Also, since garlic applies to most cuisines, the leftovers are fabulous if they're chopped and then added to anything from leftover curries to spaghetti sauce.

    Recipe #239682

    I should probably say that my husband is from India, so he knows his way around a curry. This is my own amalgamation of recipes my mother-in-law taught me, as well as recipes I've seen in various books. It's relatively easy, and makes great leftovers. So far, this is the only dish I've ever made where my husband has actually gotten up and kissed me after he tasted it.

    Recipe #239676

    This aubergine bhaji recipe has won rave reviews from my South Indian in-laws, who have very discerning palates when it comes to authentic currys. This dish can either be used as a side dish, or as a vegetarian main dish. It's easy, delicious and a great way to introduce different veggies to your kids.

    Recipe #239485

    This delicious curry dish is a healthier adaptation from a Madhur Jaffrey recipe, and is a terrific way to use leftover hard-boiled eggs. It's quick and easy, and is great for a brunch, lunch or light dinner. Just serve with rice, or mop up the delectable sauce with naan or wheat bread.

    Recipe #237740

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