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    A lighter, faster, white wine version of a French classic. Adapted from Nigel Slater's Coq au Riesling.

    Recipe #509604

    Never-fail recipe for cooking chicken breasts with the skin and bone still on. It's cheaper than buying boneless/skinless, in my opinion tastier, and just as quick and easy! And if you prefer, you can always take the skin off afterwards. It always makes crispy skin, and the most moist white meat you'll ever eat! And it's easy to add more servings without adding time! *ingredients are estimates, season to your liking.

    Recipe #429128

    I got this from a friend while we were living on the basics during spring break in Chicago. At first, I thought the combination sounded weird, but now this is my go to for a quick breakfast or lunch! It's open face too so it's low carb! (I tend to buy those brands where 2 slices of bread are only 110 calories or less) And just as a warning--I haven't found a substitute for the strawberry jam, nothing beats it! It's not the healthiest sandwich, but it's good!

    Recipe #412537

    i had this at the melting pot and it was the best martini i've ever had! (it's a sweet, fruity drink). It smells and looks amazing! *Note: A lot of people have been saying that you ought to use white cranberry juice, and that regular cranberry juice is incorrect. I can't say which tastes better, but I've had this twice at the Melting Pot in Chicago, and both times they have used regular cranberry juice. The presentation is actually much nicer with the regular juice, because the color and the strawberry really reflect the name (see pictures!). But I suppose it could be different regionally.

    Recipe #356089

    I had some vegetables that were getting past their prime, so I came up with this to cook them off. :) The chicken can be omitted to yield a vegetarian dish too, and prep time includes cutting up the veggies, so this dish is pretty fast.

    Recipe #354418

    Based on a Martha Stewart Recipe, but I altered it (because I think this tastes better! haha) Bite size fresh strawberries filled with a sweet cream cheese mixture. I took these to a party and they were gone in minutes with tons of complements! :)

    Recipe #350991

    Bibim bap literally means "mixing rice". Delicious, healthy, traditional Korean dish with lots of veggies. This can be made with many different vegetables, so pick your favorite combo! Most common is mung beansprouts, carrots, cucumbers, and spinach. Korean hot sauce is served on the side. (it's sweet with a kick to it!)

    Recipe #350414

    Martha Stewart's SUPER EASY, SUPER RICH molten chocolate cake. I always thought making these would be so hard, but this is SO EASY! They're small (individual cupcake sized), but I'm sure you could use ramekins or something. They're also crusted with sugar after they come out of the oven. mmm. Martha said it makes exactly 6 cakes (1/4 cup of batter each), but I guess my muffin tins must run small, because I filled 6 and had enough for 2 more left over. I would butter and sugar extra tins first, and then wipe them out if they're unneeded, because it's hard to butter and sugar tins when there's batter in some. You can also melt the chocolate either in the microwave (use 1-2 minute increments, and stir between), or in a double boiler over the stove.

    Recipe #342109


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