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    This is a nice light summer salad. Make sure you use a good jalapeno jelly.

    Recipe #260276

    NOTE on prep time for this: The time listed does NOT include marinating time for the beef! For that, plan 4 hours-overnight This marinade creates a nice crust on the flank steak when grilled. It's got a bit of sweetness to it from the chutney, so balance it out with your accompaniments. Note on ingredients: any soy sauce is fine, but I am partial to Pearl River Bridge Superior Dark.

    Recipe #259649

    This chicken pot pie uses mashed tater tots for its bottom crust. It also uses commercially made pie crust for the top, and rotisserie chicken (hopefully your grocery store offers roasted chickens for sale). All of these shortcuts are what constitute the PMS part (pre-made stuff), but the rest is made from scratch, which is only way to guarantee melt-in-your mouth goodness. It really gets the job done when you need some hardcore comfort food, in which case the other meaning of PMS might apply. ;-)

    Recipe #259648


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