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    Martin Yan did a stir-fry on television similar to this. I didn't write it down but this is how I remember it and how I make it (often).

    Recipe #282499

    This is from Southern Living's Bar-B-Que issue. If you prefer your own sauce, you'll need about 4-5 cups of it (enough to thoroughly drench the brisket).

    Recipe #277965

    My mom's standard spaghetti sauce recipe - loved by all. Half of a 28 oz can of Dei Fratelli tomato sauce is used in this recipe, simply because we prefer the brand. If you want to use a 14 1/2 - 15 oz can of another brand, that works too. (Dei Fratelli doesn't sell a smaller can.) This recipe is at it's absolute best the day after making it.

    Recipe #275468

    Amazing chicken chili that's low-fat, as long as you don't go nuts with the garnishes. You can substitute cilantro for the parsley, if you prefer.

    Recipe #272635

    This is a much easier recipe than traditional tarte tatin, and the flavor is incredible. Your house will smell amazing while it's cooking!

    Recipe #270641

    If you like cheesecake and strawberry ice cream, you will LOVE this recipe. Perfect for summer but no one will be mad if you make it during a blizzard. For a finishing touch, I recommend thawing a box of frozen sweetened strawberries and topping each slice with a spoonful.

    Recipe #270047

    A great way to start the day or you could make it as an afternoon snack for an energy boost. This has it all: potassium from the banana, antioxidants from the blueberries, Vitamin A from the peaches, calcium from the yogurt and milk, and Omega-3s from the flax seed. Plus, you can make this all year long. If you want to make this a meal replacement, I suggest throwing in a granola bar!

    Recipe #265934

    This is my favorite pasta salad. It makes a perfect summer lunch served with cold red grapes and a fruity rosé wine. You can use whatever kind of salami you prefer (sopressata and genoa are both excellent).

    Recipe #265482

    My mother's incredible pot roast with a flavor loved by everyone in the family - even our 1 1/2 year old!

    Recipe #261987

    These veggies can be paired with literally anything. They are especially good eaten cold the next day. To cut the red onion leaving the stem in tact, cut off the bottom 1/4 of the onion OPPOSITE the brown stem. Then stand the onion on the cut edge and cut 6-8 chunks by slicing exactly through the center of the stem so that all the pieces have a little bit of stem holding them together in chunks. Tip: Since herbs are quite expensive, you could use dried herbes de provence (about 1-2 tsp.) to cut costs.

    Recipe #258520

    This is a Kraft recipe, and it's great for weekday meals. Rich tomato flavor.

    Recipe #256843

    Since there are so few ingredients, going low-fat on any of them would really compromise the flavor. This should only be made in the summer when tomatoes are perfectly ripe. This makes two sandwiches.

    Recipe #241752

    An old family favorite that's perfect for feeding a crowd.

    Recipe #241633

    Southern Living's recipe for THE drink of the South. So refreshing on a hot day... and the booze helps you forget how hot it is! ;-) The recipe author suggests using the Mint Simple Syrup in the OTHER drink of the South - sweetened iced tea.

    Recipe #241617

    This recipe serves two people and makes a special lunch for the working couple who only gets to eat lunch together on the weekend. Of course, if you have kids you could easily double the recipe. If they like tuna melts, they'll probably like this. As I created the recipe, I thought of all kinds of ways to jazz this up - sliced tomato under the swiss cheese, chopped scallions in the crabmeat salad... you can add or take out whatever you like to make it your own, but this is the way I like it. Tip: You could make this an appetizer by making a large batch and speading it on those little party rye breads.

    Recipe #241612

    Whenever my husband's aunt serves this at family party, I literally CANNOT stay away from it. Be careful, friends, this one is addictive.

    Recipe #241541

    This is light and refreshing dessert for summertime.

    Recipe #241536

    So easy to throw together for a brunch/lunch. I'm sure crab would be great in this, too.

    Recipe #241312

    Another great appetizer from Southern Living. You'll need toothpicks to make this recipe.

    Recipe #241287

    Another great one from my Swedish grandma. This has been on our Thanksgiving and Christmas menu for years.

    Recipe #241271

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