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    I snuck a meatless meal into my husband with this recipe. He didn't realize there was no meat until he got halfway through his second helping. However, you CAN add some chopped up pepperoni, or other meat, to the sauce, or you can use marinara sauce that has meat already in it. I used asiago instead of Parmesan as I had that on hand. I found this recipe in a Chicago Tribune article on quick meals for weeknight dining.

    Recipe #298897

    I found this one in the Chicago Sun-Times but they attribute it to Pillsbury. This was in an article on baking yummy deliciousness for Valentine's Day. I struggled to get the candy bars past the Zaar editor...it's 2 2.07-oz. Snickers bars.

    Recipe #285131

    There's already a couple of recipes on here for poached eggs but the technique for this one is a bit different and it works!

    Recipe #284518

    Recipe from the free sample lady at Costco, where they make really good focaccia. This recipe serves two people for a nice lunch.

    Recipe #284376

    I just re-found this recipe while going through my Mom's old file box. She used to make this quite often when I was a child. She probably found the recipe in the newspaper. This is a quick, easy and delicious recipe using ingredients that I usually have on hand. It's also very versatile as for substituting....I didn't have fresh parsley so I used dried. I only had 1 can of diced tomatoes so I used the can of Ro-tel, which I did have on hand. Also, use any combo of fish/shellfish...tonight I made this using 2 small tilapia fillets and 1/2 lb. of bay scallops, it was a nice combo. This is a great cold weather soup....it will give you the warm fuzzies. I served it with freshly baked dinner rolls, though a crusty bread would be nice too.

    Recipe #284365

    This is a great, easy side dish to just about anything...chicken, pork, etc. The roasting carmelizes the sugar in the cabbage and develops a rich deep flavor. Adapted from 'The Everything Cooking for Two Cookbook'.

    Recipe #283763

    This is a really hearty dip that's perfect for football watching parties. You can prepare this one day ahead and sprinkle with the cheese right before baking. Adapted from Paula Deen.

    Recipe #280344

    Avocado takes the place of mayonnaise in this delicious sandwich, making it healthier. For just my husband and myself I made this using two large Italian sandwich rolls but I'm posting the recipe the way I found it in our neighborhood Pioneer Press newspaper. The cilantro was added by me.

    Recipe #266171

    Bacon and salmon are a really nice combo! I used a somewhat thick 'gourmet' bacon from my butcher. The bacon helps keep the salmon moist and adds a nice crispiness to the overall dish.

    Recipe #264787

    This is straight from Havana, from a restaurant called "Gladys' House". Adapted from a recipe printed in the Chicago Tribune. You can find bottled sour orange juice in Hispanic markets or well-stocked Hispanic aisles in your local grocery store. Cook/prepare time includes marination time of one hour. I'm having a really hard time getting the first ingredient through the Zaar editor, but it's 2, 3-4 lb. chickens, cut into serving pieces

    Recipe #262793

    This really IS simple. You'll need a steamer for this dish. I don't have a steamer so I used a large roasting pan and I keep on hand 4 cans that have the top AND bottoms removed from them. A good size can would be about the size of the smaller tuna cans, or cat food cans. The ones I use happen to come from La Preferida green chili cans. Whatever can you use, just make sure all are the same size (so your platter doesn't tilt) and that they're the type that you can remove the bottom lid as well as the top (some cans have molded bottoms and can't be removed). Also, the cans can't be too tall or the lid of your roasting pan might touch your food. I use a shallow casserole dish to hold the fish.

    Recipe #261448

    A simple stew of carrots, spinach and rice. Great for lunch on a cold rainy day.

    Recipe #261197

    I'm a quick and easy recipe girl and this one was a winner for me. Serve with a salad and crusty bread for an easy weekday meal. Oh, and if you're lactose intolerant, take a lactaid pill before enjoying this dish. I know this from experience.

    Recipe #261046

    I searched for a simple mashed potato recipe and wasn't too excited by anything I found. I didn't want to use a lot of ingredients, I wanted something simple and straightforward. I eventually just turned to my cookbooks and found this one and we enjoyed it very much. If you like your mashed potatoes lumpy, then mash them with a fork or potato masher. If you like them really smooth, you're better off with a food mill or ricer. If you don't want to add milk you can substitute some of the potato-cooking water.

    Recipe #261037

    We just polished off a whole pan of this stuff, it was delicious. I found this recipe in "The Mediterrasian Way", a cookbook that combines the best features of Mediterranean and Asian diets and lifestyles. I didn't see too much of the Mediterranean in this recipe though, it seems completely Asian to me. The chicken in this could be easily substituted with shrimp or scallop but adjust the cook time down to about 2 minutes for those. This was a delicious one-pan meal for us and once all the chopping is done, it's just a few minutes to cook. I made a few changes to the original recipe, according to how I prepared it.

    Recipe #255676

    I use this pepper oil all the time. It's great with pot-stickers, steamed dumplings, etc. I make this just for myself, my husband and kids won't touch it, they think I'm nuts.

    Recipe #254612

    We love wilted salad at my house! I found this recipe in the Chicago Tribune. It originally said it serves 4 but I think that would be 4 side dishes. It serves the two of us as a main dish. Halved cherry tomatoes are a nice addition to the salad.

    Recipe #252478

    This is an incredibly quick and easy recipe, perfect for busy weekday meals. I found this in the Chicago Sun-Times and it stated that it serves 2 but I have to double it for my husband and myself. I use Thai Kitchen Sweet Red Chile sauce.

    Recipe #252471

    I love blue cheese and this is a great recipe from Maytag Dairy Farm. Use Maytag Blue cheese if possible but any high quality blue will do.

    Recipe #252463

    This recipe was part of a cooking lesson done on the demonstration stage at the Taste of Chicago last July. It's the creation of Chef David Blackmon of Blu 47 restaurant, in Chicago of course!

    Recipe #252172

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