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    This recipe comes from Cooks Illustrated Magazine November 2005. It is delicious and luscious. This is somewhat labor intensive but worth it!

    Recipe #402740

    I found this recipe on Allrecipes.com to use leftover holiday turkey. It is great! The flavors are so different from holiday dinner that there is no thought that it is using leftovers! Spicy and delicious!

    Recipe #402208

    This is an Alton Brown recipe that can be adapted depending on what fish and vegetables are available. I like the inclusion of couscous in the packet. I make this recipe in individual packets, dividing the contents between packets and using fish fillets...tilapia or orange roughy works well too!

    Recipe #393004

    From "The Frugal Gourmet On Our Immigrant Ancestors" by Jeff Smith "This is a simple bean dish that you have rpbably seen before, but the addition of paprika and hot red pepper flakes probably points to a bit of Hungarian influence. It is a good bean dish, and our Yugoslavian immigrants must have eaten a lot of this in their early days in this country." My husband asked for " pork and white beans" for dinner. I went on a search for recipes and found this one. It is very good with much more spice than usual in a bean dish. I used half sweet paprika and half hot paprika since neither was specified. Plenty spicy without the red pepper flakes.

    Recipe #388973

    This recipe is from Martha Stewart's Everyday Food. The fish sticks are crispy without being fried and the dipping sauce is unusual and delicious.

    Recipe #374244

    This is a recipe from Cooks Illustrated (I highly recommend the magazine). We used red snapper but the recipe calls for cod, haddock, halibut or sea bass as other options as long as the fillets are 1 to 1 1/4 inches thick.

    Recipe #353460

    This is a Food Network recipe contributed by Ellie Krieger. It is healthy and delicious.

    Recipe #352636

    From Fix It Forget It Diabetic Cookbook. Good and easy. The chicken is well done and breaks apart with a fork.

    Recipe #344598

    This recipe is from Cook's Country magazine. It is delicious. "These pork chops are so tender that you'll need to remove them from the slow cooker with a spoon."

    Recipe #343211

    I adapted this recipe from one found on the box of Ancient Harvest Quinoa. It is delicious. The roasted tomato shell adds to the flavor and presentation but the quinoa itself without the tomato is great.

    Recipe #338712


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