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    This is a great, easy Indian dish - and totally vegetarian. Increase cayenne to give it more heat. I serve this over basmati rice.

    Recipe #300676

    Serves 8 as appetizer, 4 as main course - these are truly delish!

    Recipe #300675

    This is an amazing first course if you're having a fancy-pants dinner party. Pretty easy but very impressive.

    Recipe #300669

    These are fast and delish. Use a light mayo and salad dressing to lessen fat and calories

    Recipe #300653

    My mom makes these yeast rolls on holidays. They have a little bit of sugar in them, making slightly sweet roll for dinner. Can be made 4-5 days in advance.

    Recipe #300640

    I got this recipe from the Seattle Art Museum's top notch cafe. I hope you like them as much as I do!

    Recipe #300639

    This recipe takes a bit of time to put together but tastes oh so good!

    Recipe #300635

    This is an easy, cheap, lasagna-style pasta dish. My kids make it on their cooking night. Use any non-string pasta - macaroni, small shells, penne, etc. Use ground turkey and low fat cheeses to make more healthful. If I have time, I will saute onion, mushrooms, bell pepper, zucchini or something else on hand with the meat and add to the sauce.

    Recipe #299310

    This stuff is amazingly good and inexpensive - with none of the hassle (grinding nuts? Who has time?) of making mole from scratch. This is a good sauce - slightly sweet, not bitter. Buy the jarred mole and mexican hot chocolate in the international food aisle of your grocery store.

    Recipe #298311

    True comfort food - this is yummy! Watch potato amounts - I use 1 1/2 LARGE bags of shredded hash browns but I am not sure how many oz the bags are, but the biggest ore-ida bag I can find - like double the average size bag. I estimated that it was a 20 oz bag.

    Recipe #296279

    This stuff is awesome for a BBQ!

    Recipe #295895

    Who can resist this yummy comfort food? Kids love it! Use fresh or frozen corn - canned will do if in a pinch. I got this recipe from the 7-2000 issue of Bon Appetit. I never add the saffron and I almost always use 1/2 and 1/2 and its been great. Using the whipping cream makes it purely decadent, however.

    Recipe #295894

    Delicious and hearty! Use the reduced fat sausage, milk and biscuits to minimize the damage! :) Recipe can be doubled.

    Recipe #295893

    I submitted this recipe to Better Homes and Gardens in 2004 and it was published! Perfect when you have an abundance of ripe tomatoes in late summer.

    Recipe #287790

    This is a delicious chicken gumbo that my kids call YUMBO!

    Recipe #287789

    This mole tastes like it took hours to prepare, but there are some great shortcuts to make it a snap! Find the mole sauce and Mexican hot chocolate in the Mexican food aisle of your grocery store.

    Recipe #287785

    Best over fresh spinach or other leafy greens, a tortilla wrap or on whole wheat cracker but I even like to eat it from a bowl - YUM. Any grape will work, but purple or black create a more dramatic look.

    Recipe #287774

    Delicious and low carb - This can be packaged in plastic containers for meals quickly microwaved over the next 3-5 days. Great for lunch - don't freeze, not so good that way.

    Recipe #284089

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