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    The flavor of the ham stuffing and the cheese is similar to Quiche Lorraine, which comes from the Alsace region. Germany and France have passed this territory back and forth over the centuries, and the food and culture there is an interesting combination of two countries.

    Recipe #62939

    I discovered a recipe in Joy of Cooking and tweaked it a bit. I'm not sure it's worth the trouble of stuffing the squash. Personally, I'd just peel and dice the squash while it's raw, then roast the squash while sauteeing the rest of the filling, then toss the whole mess in a baking dish and be done with it. But, if you're into fancy presentation, go for it. :) No matter what, it tastes great, and it's nutritious.

    Recipe #406854

    I'm not sure if "awesomest" was a word before, but it is now! This was exactly what I wanted when I came home on a blustery night. The venison and wine give it a very strong, rich flavor, and the combination of spices gives it great depth. I'm sure you could substitute beef for the venison and it would be almost as good. I wasn't measuring as I added the seasonings, so all of that is approximate. Do what makes you happy.

    Recipe #79199

    This is based on a recipe I found in the prize tested recipes page of Better Homes and Gardens years ago. I doubled the recipe so that it uses a whole can of black beans. It's fast and easy, a great OAMC, since you can pull frozen patties from the freezer and have them ready to eat in 6 minutes if you have a Foreman Grill. A delicious way to sneak veggies into your burger!

    Recipe #406794

    This is delicious with chicken. I'm sure it would pair nicely with fish and pork as well.

    Recipe #62337

    I threw this together the other night when I wanted something to go with my catfish and slaw. It's also great with barbeque!

    Recipe #109161

    This is VERY filling. Makes a great mini-meal for bodybuilders or anyone else who prefers six smalls to three squares. :)

    Recipe #62346

    This is VERY filling. Makes a great mini-meal or snack for bodybuilders or anyone else who prefers six smalls to three squares. ;)

    Recipe #62348

    This recipe would also work for many other types of fish, like catfish or salmon, but Steelhead is what I had on hand. So yummy!

    Recipe #109283

    This is my adjustment of a recipe from the Dec. 2004 issue of Martha Stewart Living. I wanted to make it healthier by adding more whole grains, so I did and it's yummy. Also, I have not added the orange peel myself yet, but I can tell it would be perfect. These are wonderful light muffins, stacked high and a beautiful color.

    Recipe #109611

    This is very similar to a pasta dish that I love at Macaroni Grill. I think it's called Pasta Milano.

    Recipe #60098

    This is a treat I whip up every once in a while when we're in the mood for pizza and have leftovers to use up. Pizza is generally a bad deal nutritionally, but by making the crust from whole grain and emphasizing low-fat meats, lots of veggies and going light on the cheese, the nutritional rating goes up quite a bit. This is really a crust recipe. Toppings are merely suggestions and can be adjusted in any direction. This is a great recipe to use up leftovers and vegetables that you only have a small bit of.

    Recipe #110747

    I found the original form of this recipe when looking for a great fajita marinade. It was so incredibly delicious that I started using variations of it on all my grilled meats. It's incredibly fast, and doesn't have a strong flavor of its own. It just seems to make all meat taste juicier, better and more like itself. Any high-acid citrus works well in this recipe, so substitute lemons if you don't have limes. I haven't tried grapefruit yet, but I'm sure it would be interesting. I've also augmented with rice or cider vinegar when my citrus has been a bit dry and that has worked well too. Nothing in this recipe is too exact, and you don't have to be either. The basic combination is just so incredible (and forgiving!), I highly recommend it.

    Recipe #90835

    This recipe was posted by request. It's from Country Living Magazine, a summer issue from 200, I think. These are absolutely the MOST delicious things EVER, and I think the dough would make an excellent pie crust for most any kind of fruit pie.

    Recipe #63452

    I adapted this recipe from a camping cookbook, Simple Foods for the Pack, by Claudia Axcell, Diana Cooke and Vikki Kinmont. Originally almost all the ingredients were dehydrated (except for the canned crab) so that you can just throw them all in a ziplock and heat them in camp with water. This is probably a great idea for OAMC, but this recipe is also very fast to put together if you haven't made it ahead. I had it on the table within half an hour from start to finish, and that included time to cook the potatoes in the microwave. This chowder is very rich even without any dairy in it, and obviously you could make it vegetarian without the crab.

    Recipe #246681

    One of the great pleasures of summer is the abundance of fresh vegetables. I had some leftover grilled corn and a few other fresh ingredients lying around, so I made this salad. I prefer the simple sweetness of the fresh vegetables in here, and raw onions don't sit well with my husband, but I bet a little onion and garlic would be great in this salad, so I added them as optional ingredients. I bet this would also be good topped with a little crumbled bacon or feta cheese.

    Recipe #68334

    I adapted this recipe from one I found in an old Martha Stewart Holiday book. I made some adjustments in herbs and took out the potatoes since my husband is low carbing. Added the greens in that I had on hand and voila! Delicious dinner with the Roasted Red Pepper Soup also posted in my cookbook.

    Recipe #105917

    This started out as a couscous "pudding" from a recipe book that was an utter failure. Not wanting to waste all that couscous, I had to do something with it. Following the principles from a recipe I'd baked up the previous week, I turned the mess into magic!

    Recipe #137129

    This recipe is from Martha Stewart's "Favorite Comfort Foods" cookbook. It really is delicious, but I found it too sweet, so I'm including the original recipe in here, but recommending that you leave the sugar out of the crunch topping and reduce the molasses and honey by half in the porridge. The crunch topping is GREAT and easily adaptable to whatever fruits and nuts you have on hand. I doubled it for one recipe of porridge.

    Recipe #109842

    This was a quick "throw together" meal one night recently, and it worked out great. Sorry, no exact proportions on a lot of things. It's very much an "eyeball" recipe. Use as much or as little of the ingredients as you like.

    Recipe #60105

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