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    Being of Armenian descent, I was raised on foods from that region of the world, and pilaf was one on which the children in my family cut their teeth. I never even knew rice was white until I was 17 years old as we always ate pilaf. My brothers and I had no grandmother to teach us, but we did have our great-aunt, our grandfather's sister, who filled that role, and passed-down the recipes from our ancestors to us, and now I prepare them for my own children. This pilaf recipe is it: just pilaf. Nothing fancy, no mushrooms, nor shallots or onions or pine nuts. It was our staple. We ate it with stroganoffs poured over the top, with grilled burgers on Saturday afternoons in the long, hot Summers in Long Island and then Southern California, with my mother's wonderful roasts on Sunday nights. It was the perfect side with Shish Kebob on Christmas day, and alongside our Thanksgiving turkey. This is the recipe for pilaf as Auntie taught us.

    Recipe #416702

    I know: It's called Team Flakes Chicken, yet there is no Team Flakes cereal in the recipe. I actually got the recipe as a young girl back in the '70's from the side of the cereal box, and have been making it ever since. They stopped making the cereal in the mid-1990's (our major loss), but that doesn't mean we can't still enjoy this easy and tasty chicken. I use Special K cereal, or Smart Start, but any cereal flake will do, though I don't care for corn flakes as they get soggy and are too one-dimensional in flavor. The Special K has a nice malt-flavored layer which gives the coating some crunch and offers a nice taste (though I still miss the Team Flakes). This dish is terrific when prepared with chicken tenders and served cold for a picnic (we love it at the Hollywood Bowl before a concert, served alongside a pasta salad), or, as we enjoyed it tonight, fresh from the oven, with pilaf, creamed spinach, and a wedge salad. My favorite aspect is that my family thinks it's fried chicken, and it's just cereal! I made a double recipe so we can enjoy it cold for lunch tomorrow; yum!!

    Recipe #414732

    My husband and I come from large families, many of whom do not live close by and often stay overnight. I came up with this Breakfast Strata when I had guests over Easter weekend. I served it with Easy Gooey Caramel Rolls and fresh fruit and it was most assuredly a hit! Everyone wanted recipes and my husband and daughters request it often. I just made the strata again this past weekend (had bread I needed to use up) and it's always such a treat. Quick Note: I like to split the recipe and put half in each of 2 8" square pyrex baking dishes. In one, I skip the cooked onions and use cheddar cheese, for those who prefer a milder flavor. In the other, I load up on the onions and use Pepper-Jack cheese (my favorite). The recipe is so versatile that every palate is satisfied; if you like peppers or olives, just throw it in, and if you prefer additional spice, add some Red Pepper Flakes. For my husband, who cannot tolerate spicy or hot foods and most vegetables, I keep things very simple, yet the flavor is still wonderful, and the recipe is easy to assemble, too! Everything gets prepared the evening before and refrigerated overnight, then popped in the oven in the morning; such minimal effort for a luscious and delightful breakfast to enjoy with friends.

    Recipe #380075


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