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    I found this recipe on a bag of baby Dutch yellow potatoes that I recently bought for a different recipe. THIS recipe sounded so good that I changed my menu and prepared this instead. It was a hit with my family. Although it states "baby DUTCH yellow potatoes", I'm sure that this would work as well with any variety of baby potatoes. I haven't tried it with larger potatoes cut down to size. I used fresh lemon juice and I really think that this made the recipe so I can't vouch for it if you use the bottled stuff.

    Recipe #418979

    Take advantage of the fresh herbs in your garden with this delicious omelet fit for two. If you don't have fresh herbs on hand, use 1 1/2 tsp. dried Italian or French herb blend.

    Recipe #311521

    A tasty dip to serve with thick potato chips (like kettle cooked) or toasted slices of baguette. Recipe source: Chicago Tribune Good Eating.

    Recipe #310367

    I saw this being made on a Robin Miller episode on Food Network. I printed out the recipe and it's been sitting in my "to do" pile for quite a while. We finally tried it tonight for dinner and were delighted at how all the flavors blended together and it just couldn't be any easier or more versatile. You can make your own basil pesto, of course, and use any flavor of tortilla, or just use plain (we used spinach). The original recipe called for canned artichoke but we don't like those and so I used marinated artichokes in the jar and rinsed the oil off, then squeezed them dry in a paper towel. The sun-dried tomatoes added a lovely bite of flavor, I do not recommend leaving them out. These will make a really nice, light summer meal served with a couscous salad, or some other Mediterranean type salad.

    Recipe #301464

    Long name, easy recipe. I found this in the Food Network Kitchens Cookbook and made it for my husband and daughter (me too!). We loved it...the hoisin gives the mild beef tenderloin an exciting sweet and spicy flavor around the edges of the slices. The recipe, as written in the cookbook, said to roast to 125° (on a thermometer inserted in the center of the meat) for medium rare. I accidentally let it go to 127 and it did make a difference as it came out slightly more than medium-rare, though it was still really tasty. I don't think I'd let this go to medium, medium-well, or well-done. I used rice wine in place of the sherry. This quickly became a family favorite and one I will do whenever I find 2-lb. tenderloin roasts on sale. I served the beef and mushrooms simply, with a side of roasted sweet was a memorable meal!

    Recipe #299029

    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's 2 2.07-oz. Snickers bars.

    Recipe #285131

    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 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 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

    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

    Quick, easy, small-batch tortilla chips. Easy to double, triple, etc.

    Recipe #241546

    This is a recipe I got from the River Valley Ranch mushroom growers who sell mushrooms at my farmer's market every Sunday from June till October. I love this recipe, it goes great as a side dish to just about anything I barbecue during the summer.

    Recipe #241544

    This is a nice, simple chipotle sauce...this amount is enough for a slab of ribs or one whole cut-up chicken. Slap it on during the last few minutes of grilling, if done sooner, it may blacken and burn quickly.

    Recipe #236151

    Red Thai curry paste is pretty hot so I start with a small amount and add more if needed. Serve this curry over rice to soak up the sauce.

    Recipe #213634

    Decadent goodness....not a diet dish! I discovered this in the Chicago Sun-Times FOOD section.

    Recipe #213625

    This comes from "The New Intercourses: An Aphrodisiac Cookbook" and I'll say nothing more about that. This is really, really good. You'll get out of it what you put into it, meaning....real vanilla extract, real butter and real maple syrup. This needs to set overnight and that's not included in the prep time.

    Recipe #210225

    These cheese crisps are very versatile....sprinkle them into a green salad, use with hors d'oeuvres, serve with cocktails, use as a garnish on macaroni and cheese, or just snack on them! Lots of different cheeses could be used, just make sure you use a hard cheese....if it's too soft it will just melt and spread to form a uniform sheet of cheese in your pan. Play around with the flavorings too...I've just added the red pepper but you can use sweet or hot chile powder or add some cumin, fennel or coriander seeds, lightly crushed. Herbs likie rosemary or thyme can be added as well.

    Recipe #206731

    As some of you know, I'm a huge proponent of quick and easy after work dinners. Well, I hit the jackpot with this recipe that I found last week in the Chicago Sun-Times. My poor microwave is mostly used to reheat leftovers and pop my daughter's popcorn BUT, THIS recipe turned my microwave into a star! SIX minutes and our dinner was ready and it was absolutely delicious! OK, a little bit of prep but not much if you use some pre-prepared veggies, as I did. Put a pot of rice on to cook, get the fish ready and when the rice is done, cook the fish, it's SO simple! Did I mention it's healthy too? Ok, it's healthy too! The recipe calls for fish to be 1 1/2 inches thick but I used tilapia which, at it's thickest point, was about 3/4 inches thick and I used the same cook time....the fish was perfect and delicious. The prep time accounts for using the pre-prepared veggies, as I did.

    Recipe #204363

    Fast and easy dinner.

    Recipe #200820

    This is a real nice brunch dish, or good for lunch or a light dinner. The recipe calls for a can of shrimp but I usually use frozen (thawed) cooked shrimp, coarsely chopped.

    Recipe #198993

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