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Recipe Scoop Fire Roasted Tomatoes and Chicken over Ziti

Fire Roasted Tomatoes and Chicken over Ziti

Fire Roasted Tomatoes and Chicken over Ziti uses canned tomatoes, and if you don’t happen to find fire roasted ones, regular diced works great, too.

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Banana Pecan Mini Loaves

Banana Pecan Mini Loaves

The genius in Banana Pecan Mini Loaves is four loaves (three for gifts and one to keep) with just 20 minutes of mixing. Fresh banana bread from your own oven? A great gift!

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Wild West Wagon Train Supper

Wild West Wagon Train Supper

When feeding kids, sometimes all it takes is a different pasta shape and a really fun name. Next, spice things up without over-doing it. Most like Mexican so long as it’s not too hot.

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My Best-Ever Salvation Spaghetti

My Best-Ever Salvation Spaghetti

This is almost too simple to qualify as a recipe, but everyone I've ever served it to loves it.

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Risotto with Ham and Asparagus

Risotto with Ham and Asparagus

What has has people talking -- in a tone of sheer reverence -- is the fact that risotto cooked in a microwave turns out exactly like the dish you expect in restaurants. And it’s foolproof.

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Crock Pot Risotto with Gourmet Mushrooms

Crock Pot Risotto with Gourmet Mushrooms

Traditional risotto requires stirring for half an hour. Now all you have to do is cook some onions, give the rice a quick sauté, dump everything into the Crock Pot and leave the room.

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Thai Spaghetti Toss

Thai Spaghetti Toss

We wouldn’t dare call this recipe “Pad Thai”. To make that you’d need pickled radishes, dried shrimp, and rice noodles. But here's our substitute for one of our world-class favorites.

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Tabbouleh is Easy!

Tabbouleh is Easy!

Also spelled tabouli, this ultra-healthy Middle Eastern treat is inexpensive too.

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Basic Bulgur

Basic Bulgur

Very-good-for-you bulgur is way easy to cook ahead and refrigerate to use in Tabbouleh and other recipes.

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Jumpin’ Jambalaya

Jumpin’ Jambalaya

A robust jambalaya practically jumps off the table. Serve with deli coleslaw and purchased corn muffins for a quick feast.

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Granola for Fanatics

Granola for Fanatics

Compared to homemade, store-bought may as well be sawdust. And nothing makes Cheerios happier in the morning than a sprinkle of this ...

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Rotini with Meatballs, Zucchini and Artichokes

Rotini with Meatballs, Zucchini and Artichokes

Pull it together from pantry and freezer staples on the spur of the moment and no one will know you didn't plan for days.

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Slow-Cooker Spaghetti and Meatballs

Slow-Cooker Spaghetti and Meatballs

When it's impossible for everyone to sit down together for dinner, how do you cook only once? Our answer is often a slow cooker. But pasta? Here's how.

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Chocolate Bread Pudding

Chocolate Bread Pudding

A friend once said our Chocolate Bread Pudding is "about as close to heaven as you can get while you're still alive." Very well said -- and perhaps even true. You decide!

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Christmas Eggnog French Toast

Christmas Eggnog French Toast

Christmas morning calls for a memorable breakfast – but nobody wants to miss out on the fun around the tree. Our French toast puts the eggnog to work adding that special holiday twist.

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