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    Simple, fast and flavorful lamb chops served with a horseradish dill cream. These chops are seasonsed with garlic and rosemary, pan seared, and finished in the oven. Served with the horseradish dill cream, they are not only a quick after work meal but a great entree for company. This recipe's cooking method is made for good quality loin or rib chops, not shoulder chops. Lamb should not be cooked to more than medium doneness for the best results. Cook time does not include marinating time.

    Recipe #384260

    Easy, fast, creamy cheese tortellini! With butter and creme fraiche, it's gotta be good! Throw in some fresh herbs and garlic and it's done. Serve this as a side dish to any meat entree, or if you don't want to share, make it your meal and eat it all yourself! You can use frozen tortellini, but the fresh pasta is so good

    Recipe #384237

    Couldn't be easier! Peanut butter and pumpkin go great together. Simple and quick to put together. This is not a super sweet dip but pairs well with the sugared chips. You could always add more honey if you want it sweeter. This would also be great served with graham crackers or apples. Cook time is per each pan of chips. Entered for RSC #13.

    Recipe #353992

    If you like spinach and artichoke dip, you will love these little baked appetizers. Double to make a full recipe using a whole package of spinach and a full can of artichokes, about 50 wontons-I haven't tried it but I think they would freeze nicely after baking and could be reheated in a hot oven for a few minutes. This recipe was a contest entry for RSC #11.

    Recipe #283092

    Note: The ingredients have been corrected to reflect many of the reviewers comments that pecans were listed in the ingredients but pine nuts were mentioned in the instructions..either works great. A creamy cheesy risotto. The nuts add a nice crunch. It's easy to make, and pairs well with an oven baked dish, as it does need some attention while cooking. Contrary to what some say, risotto does not need CONSTANT stirring, but it does need stirred frequently. You don't want to let it go for more than a minute or so without a stir. Using low sodium chicken broth is important, as the cheese can be salty. This was a contest entry for RSC #11.

    Recipe #283036

    Easy crispy chicken with a simple raspberry sauce. You could also do this with boneless breasts if you like, but thighs are so much more flavorful and give the dish that extra boost. Adjust the cook time to about 25 minutes if using boneless breasts. This recipe was a contest entry for RSC #11.

    Recipe #282931

    Created for RSC #9. I love Sloppy Joes for a hot lunch. This version adds a little something different.

    Recipe #211588

    Created for RSC #9. THE SERVING SIZE HAS BEEN CORRECTED! It originally stated 8-10 servings and should be 2-4 and the reviewers were certainly right! The ingredients should yield you about 8 pancakes based on their small size. Crispy potato pancakes topped with caramelized onions, smoked salmon and dill sour cream. I would serve two of these as a first course per person, or serve 4 as a light lunch.

    Recipe #211538

    Mashed sweet potatoes, slightly spiced, pan fried and served with curried sour cream. These would make a lovely side dish or served as an appetizer. This recipe is an entry for Ready, Set, Cook contest #8.

    Recipe #161372

    Spicy stuffed peppers using ground turkey. I like to serve the marinara sauce on the side, but you can also bake them with the sauce, and even top with cheese if you like.

    Recipe #132711

    These snacks make a beautiful and tasty warm appetizer, or could be kept whole and served as a light lunch. Pita bread toppped with a tahini yogurt sauce, bell peppers, olives, tomatoes and feta. Simple to make with a very nice presentation. This recipe was created for the Ready, Set, Cook! contest.

    Recipe #131952

    These beans are very good and so easy. Slightly sweet with a hint of mustard. You can use butter or oil in place of bacon fat, but the bacon fat really makes it tasty.

    Recipe #121291

    This recipe comes from "Let the Flames Begin". It calls for thin chops, but I used regular cut, and I also used my grill pan, not my outdoor grill. Very good!

    Recipe #121074

    Mushroom risotto is one of my favorite dishes. The addtion of the cashews gives this just a slight crunch and really compliments the flavor. Don't let the thought of making risotto scare you, it does take a little time and attention, but it really is easy and not all THAT time consuming. It's a great accompaniment to an oven baked main dish, so that you don't have to worry about other stove top dishes.

    Recipe #116434

    Roasted new potatoes and spinach with bold spices. Easy to prepare. This recipe was created for the Ready, Set, Cook! contest.

    Recipe #116427

    Easy and very tasty with a wonderful stuffing. Sprinkle the tops with breadcrumbs if you like, or just drizzle some butter and bake. Easily doubles or reduces. This recipe was created for the Ready, Set, Cook! contest.

    Recipe #116401

    These pan fried chops are coated with a tasty glaze of orange marmalade, chili sauce and mustard. Fast and yummy.

    Recipe #108445

    This quick batter bread is fabulous! If you love the taste of carmelized onions and sweet brown sugar, you must try it! It is more of a biscuit style bread, and best when still warm from the oven, but this is one of the few breads that can successfully be gently reheated in the microwave or oven. The onions form a sweet bottom layer, as they don't actually bake into the bread. I've used less onions than the recipe calls for due to not having enough, and it came out fine, but if you have enough use them all! The onions are so sweet I could almost eat it as dessert. From "How to Cook Everything".

    Recipe #102207

    Haluski is a pan fried dish that both of my grandmothers used to make of butter, onion, cabbage and noodles. It makes a delicious main or side dish, whatever you're in the mood for. I personally like to let my cabbage get a little brown, but adjust your cooktime as necessary to your preference. The serving sizes will depend on how you are serving it.

    Recipe #99909

    Sweet and delicious! Easily doubles.

    Recipe #97475

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