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    Easy yet flavorful green beans make a great side dish, especially great for holiday meals. Originally published Nov 2003 in Cooks Illustrated, republished in Costco's Connection magazine in 2011

    Recipe #509968

    I got this recipe from my sister, but I don't know its origin. We had it for Thanksgiving and loved it. It makes a nice change from all the sweet recipes for yams/sweet potatoes. The hot peppers can be left out and still have a good result.

    Recipe #341135

    I haven't been a huge fan of curries, but I absolutely adored this one from a Diane Mott Davidson book (The Killer Pancake), so now I'm trying out other curries from this site. Since I don't see this great one already posted, I'm adding it for your culinary enjoyment. I didn't make my own stock, I bought a box at the store, but chicken broth would probably work just as well. It's mostly just to add flavor to the rice. The recipe originally listed white rice, but I substituted brown since I rarely use white rice. I bet popcorn rice would also be good. For the New Year's party that I was attending, it was easier to just stir the meat and the rice all together and take it as a casserole rather than serving it as two items, and that worked out just fine. I used skim milk and non-fat dry milk to keep fat content lower, and did not notice any affect on the finished product. I suggest getting the rice started before preparing the curry since it takes a while to cook.

    Recipe #297877

    If anyone knows how to make the Pampered Chef Citrus & Basil rub, please let me know! Otherwise, you could probably just sprinkle some lemon pepper and basil if you don't have the prepackaged seasoning.

    Recipe #290734

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