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    Recipe from Renzo Sciortino, owner of Renzo's in Boca Raton. This was found in a recent issue of Boca Magazine and this sauce is so popular, it is now being bottled and sold at Costco. Although he won't part with his exact recipe, this one comes close.

    Recipe #416309

    Steaming fish with veggies in individual packages is not only healthy, it makes assembly and cleanup a breeze. You can use foil in place of the parchment paper. Orlando Sentinel, 2/2010. I like to add herbs to this; dill if cooking salmon, other fresh herbs if using a white fish. This is a very basic recipe you can customize to your individual tastes and it is very low in calories, fat, and sodium.

    Recipe #414657

    Originally published in Canadian Living magazine, this was clipped from the Orlando Sentinel. This recipe is a layered cookie that gets its name from a town called Nanaimo on Vancouver Island. They are a sweet pleasure with a base of crushed graham crackers, nuts and coconut topped with a buttery middle layer, then topped with glossy semisweet chocolate. YUM! Posted during the 2010 Winter Olympics. :-) Note that cooking time does not include the 1 hour, 45 minute chilling time before frosting.

    Recipe #414656

    From Renee Behnke's book, "Memorable Recipes"

    Recipe #414457

    Bobby Flay, clipped from the Sunday Parade magazine from his column, "CookIt!", February, 2010

    Recipe #414393

    Bobby Flay, from his column, "CookIt!" in the Sunday Parade Magazine, 2/21/2010.

    Recipe #414390

    From Julee Rosso's Wickwood Inn newsletter. The Wickwood Inn is a delightful B&B in Saugatuk, Michigan and Julee is one of the famed authors of the Silver Palate cookbook series.

    Recipe #409917

    This excellent chicken chili recipe comes from Diane Glass, a caterer in Tulsa. She serves it in deep chili bowls, topped with chopped red onion, sliced pickled okra and nonfat yogurt. It's also easy to make. From the Joselin Diabetes Gourmet Cookbook.

    Recipe #408695

    Almost every French bistro serves a version of this homey dish. This recipe uses balsamic vinegar and fresh rosemary for a wonderfully simple and slightly Italian variation. Served with steamed or boiled potatoes and a salad of baby lettuces. From The Joslin Diabetes Gourmet Cookbook. Low cal, low sodium, low carb, lowfat but NOT low in flavor. :-)

    Recipe #408677

    A summer pot is primal summer - flashy colors, bright tastes, all crunchy and raw. It is a cool stew you put together with a few things you pick up on the way home. Don't bother turning on the stove. Adapted from Lynne Rosetto Kasper.

    Recipe #408671

    Sally Swift, from her collaborative book with Lynne Rosetto Kasper, "The Splendid Table's How to Eat Supper"

    Recipe #408660

    From Lyn Rosetto Kasper and Sally Swift's book, "The Splendid Table: How to Eat Supper", this recipe originated in Gainesville, Florida, and pays homage to the late Mamo Lo Alexander and her soul food restaurant, where she was a local folk hero. They write, "Her broccoli casserole magically transformed the dour stalks of green into something rich, sweet and satisfying by combining them with a luxurious and ultra-soulful melange of eggs, cheese, sugar and cushiony white bread. We make a batch to split (with a tiny bit left over for the next day) whenever we are in desperate need of culinary comfort, southern-style."

    Recipe #408648

    From April Moon's Flying Biscuit Cafe Cookbook, these biscuits are her signature recipe from the Flying Biscuit Cafe, a popular eatery in Atlanta. On any weekday morning, over 700 of these biscuits are eaten and over 1,200 disappear on a weekend morning.

    Recipe #408642

    From The Flying Biscuit Cafe Cookbook, a popular eatery in Atlanta owned by April Moon. These are great topped with honey and sauteed bananas but warm maple syrup is good, too. You can sprinkle some chocolate chips into the batter before you ladle them onto the griddle if you want to capture that childhood comfort feeling.

    Recipe #408300

    This recipe is a favorite from my ex's Grandmother. Rich, but very, very good!

    Recipe #408299

    This is the result of many years of trial and error...as well as the generous base recipe donated by a girlfriend about 27 years ago when we went on a girls' weekend to Mendocino and tried to out-cook each other. Her salad was a huge hit and eventually evolved to this recipe, which has been a family favorite ever since. The croutons are boxed/purchased but made special by sauteeing them in butter just before adding them to the salad. The dressing is mixed up in a blender in a matter of just a few minutes. Enjoy!

    Recipe #408298

    From Ree Drummond (the Pioneer Woman), this simple pasta takes only 45 minutes from start to finish, serves 6 and is SO easy. Made from items you likely h ave on hand but still comfort food at its best. Enjoy!

    Recipe #405019

    I am a soup-a-holic and am constantly on a quest for the new, perfect soup. This is it. Trust me. This is homemade tomato soup at its best. The secret is the butter...it imparts the most heavenly taste. The search is over. I am enjoying my second bowl as I post this recipe...simple yet delicious.

    Recipe #404990

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