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    Just 4 ingredients and less than 10 minutes prep to make something that's very tasty.

    Recipe #520018

    Very Simple stove top soup that is very good.

    Recipe #496894

    Very simple, very good Chicken Cacciatore

    Recipe #496415

    What follows is what I remember eating at the Eden Roc in Miami Beach 40 years ago and what I served when was a busboy in the Catskills 35 years ago. keep in mind that hotels make and serve Chicken Fricassee to use their leftovers. The recipe is meant to be made with cheap chicken parts. It's cheaper and better that way. It's best served over rice or egg noodles, but is fine to eat on its own. Chicken backs are bone and fat -- and little meat -- that's between a chicken thigh and the chicken leg. There's a lot of flavor there. When made with boneless chicken thighs in a slow cooker without the gizzards and hearts, its more conventional and makes a great sandwich.

    Recipe #450203

    Simple, tasty preparation

    Recipe #201596

    I made this up with what I had on hand at home. It was very tasty hot or cold. I suspect it's very fattening because it tastes so good, so I'm also doing this to find out how many calories it has.

    Recipe #141390

    Very cheap, tasty & nutritious pasta lunch/dinner. Even here in Queens in NYC, this makes a meal for four for less than $1.25 ($2.25 in Manhattan supermarkets).

    Recipe #134502

    Breast of lamb is a fatty meat that can be made many ways. I found this to be the simplest and tastiest. It's a dish best served the day after it's prepared. Congealed fat can be tossed and the flavor improves.

    Recipe #51180


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