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    This is my take on a Minnesota Iron Range classic. It's super easy to make, and produces juicy porky awesomeness with a bit of spiky garlic and caramelly sweet fennel flavors, with just a dash of bitterness from a smidge of parsley. Best served on a bun as a sandwich. Even better if you make a bit of gravy from the drippings (not the traditional route, but I've never been one to skip a good gravy!) The wine is optional, but gives everything a nice acidity; if you use it, use a pinot grigio or similar with a nice bite!

    Recipe #489327

    This is a great summery dish. I sometimes add a can of white beans or tuna to the mix (well drained) for variety.

    Recipe #484814

    I make this on cold days when I'm craving something Mediterranean and/or Spanish inspired! Super simple to make, and a great way to pack some veggies into dinner! The recipe calls for a lot of paprika, but I think my paprika is quite old, so if yours is fresher or more pungent, just use as much as you'd like to get good robust flavor! I love this with cod, but I've done it with other fish, and with chicken, too. You can also poach eggs this way (though I'd reduce the recipe by half and use a smaller skillet)--in any case, it's very versatile.

    Recipe #447712

    One of my favorite concoctions--I often throw this together to use up eggplant and basil when my garden (aka my farmer's market basket) overflows! This takes literally 15 minutes to throw together...cook the stir fry while your water comes to a boil & your noodles cook, then mix it all together and enjoy!

    Recipe #434782

    Yeah, this sounds like an awful lot going on, but it's excellent when you hit the lights and wow the crowd with glow in the dark jello shots! You'll need a black light to get the full effect, as well. (Not sure where this recipe is from originally, but I'm posting it here for safekeeping!)

    Recipe #414329

    Easiest cookies ever!

    Recipe #412541

    Recipe #412528

    Adapted from a friend's recipe...spicy chocolate goodness!

    Recipe #411444

    Recipe #401332

    A thin pancake with springtime flair! Prep time includes 30 minutes batter resting time.

    Recipe #383937

    A simple salad, but full of healthy ingredients. I love this perpared pilaf style (i.e. no dressing), but my hubby prefers it with the dressing. You can switch up the ingredients, too (I do quite often depending on what I have on hand!)

    Recipe #372690

    Another favorite halibut recipe, adapted from the folks at Coastal Seafoods.

    Recipe #363182

    One of my favorite ways to cook halibut when it's in season! This is simple and tasty--I someimes slice a lemon and roast the slices along with the fish, but it's not really necessary. As with all fish dishes, the fresher the fish, the better.

    Recipe #363180

    A labor of love (or something like that). It takes a few hours to put together if you're starting from scratch--I generally use leftover roasted veggies/onionssauce if possible, but it's well worth it however you make it! Of course, you can simplify and skip making your own noodles, buy prepared marinara sauce, and use leftover roasted veggies, whatever floats your boat!

    Recipe #358726

    A hearty warm comfort food that's a snap to prepare (most of the cooking time is totally inactive). Serves 4 as a main affair, 6 as a sidekick. A very versatile recipe...I occasionally add dehydrated sun-dried tomatoes to the barley as it cooks for a deep tomatoey undertone.

    Recipe #338897

    The flavors in this pie are a late summer favorite of mine. I don't give a recipe for the pastry as good pastry is fickle, and depends greatly on the conditions you're baking in--use your favorite recipe. Baking times for this recipe are mere suggestions, as my oven has temperature maintenance issues, so I'm not able to give exact times--I just check early and often when I bake. Use your best judgment! Time does not include pastry prep (though I usually make mine the night before so it doesn't really add much time to the actual pie making for me).

    Recipe #329025

    A modified cooking light recipe. Great for a fall weeknight dinner--leftovers make a tasty chicken salad for lunches!! Use pieces of dried fruit that are roughly as big as your garlic cloves to prevent burning. Serve with crusty fresh bread or a steamed barley pilaf for a tasty meal!

    Recipe #328239

    This is the perfect soup to make right on the cusp of autumn, when you're faced with a chilly day, but still have fresh basil at your fingertips! Pop a pan of buttermilk biscuits in the oven when you put the chicken in the soup, and you'll have a cozy warm meal in minutes! (You can easily use all fresh herbs in this if you like, it's just that I only grow basil!)

    Recipe #325656

    A long time ago I had a recipe from a Basque cookbook for really tasty eggs poached in a simple stew of tomatoes, peppers, and onions. I've since lost that recipe, but this is pretty close to the flavors (though I won't claim it as authentic Basque cooking!) This is really quick to prepare, especially if you dice your veggies as you're cooking instead of doing th prep work all up front (for example, while the sausage sautes, dice the onion, after the onion goes in, mince the garlic, once the garlic is in, dice the peppers, etc.) This can be made vegetarian/vegan by substituting 1 tsp. oil for the sausage.

    Recipe #321127

    The quintessential Mediterranean street food--I lived off these as a student in Malta, and I've been tweaking my recipe to match the flavors I remember. I think I finally nailed it down! Note, please: It is important to use GOOD lemons, because if your lemon juice isn't top notch quality, this just won't be as good. Also try to use fresh pitas (either from a deli or make your own!)--old pitas aren't as flexible and won't be as easy to work with. Prep time does not include overnight marination/sauce making time.

    Recipe #319752

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