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    The Sexy Salad

    The Sexy Salad

    Friday, March 28 2014 12:01 AM EDT2014-03-28 04:01:08 GMT
    By KnowMore.tv
    Wow, a salad that will jump start your sex drive.
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    BBQ Chicken Pizza Made Light

    BBQ Chicken Pizza Made Light

    By Esmeralda Chaidez
    By Esmeralda Chaidez
    No need to hesitate anymore. Put your phones down and yellow book pages away, this simple and easy recipe will put delivery pizza to shame. Didn’t think there could be a way to fit pizza into a healthy diet? Well this...
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    How to Host a Romantic Valentine's Dinner

    How to Host a Romantic Valentine's Dinner

    By Tracey Doull
       
    Valentine's Day dinner...it can be expensive and brutal to get a reservation.  Forget the fancy restaurant and plan a memorable dinner at home. Here's how:
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    Gluten Free Pumpkin Bread with Cranberries and Walnuts

    Gluten Free Pumpkin Bread with Cranberries and Walnuts

    By Rachel Khanna
      
    By Rachel Khanna
        This is a nice treat on a cold winter's day, especially if accompanied by a cup of hot tea.
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    6 Simple Steps to a Super Bowl Soiree

    6 Simple Steps to a Super Bowl Soiree

    By Kitchen Moxie
      
    By Kitchen Moxie
        Want to host a game day soiree for Super Bowl XLVIII? Serve up a spread that will keep your guests cheering, and you out of the kitchen. After all, you don’t want to miss out on all the action!
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    Quinoa, Aduki Bean and Squash Salad

    Quinoa, Aduki Bean and Squash Salad

    By Rachel Khanna, author of Live Eat Cook Healthy: Simple, fresh, and delicious recipes for balanced living
    By Rachel Khanna, author of Live Eat Cook Healthy: Simple, fresh, and delicious recipes for balanced living
    This dish, accompanied by a green salad or some sautéed leafy greens, makes a tasty and satisfying vegetarian meal. Serves 6-8 
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    Root Vegetable Gratin

    Root Vegetable Gratin

    Rachel Khanna, author of Live Eat Cook Healthy: Simple, fresh, and delicious recipes for balanced living

    Rachel Khanna, author of Live Eat Cook Healthy: Simple, fresh, and delicious recipes for balanced living
    I love the combination of sweet and savory in this dish. Plus, the cheese and cream add a richness that makes it perfect for a winter meal.


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    5 Tips for Hosting the Perfect, Intimate New Year’s Eve Soiree

    5 Tips for Hosting the Perfect, Intimate New Year’s Eve Soiree

    By Tracey Doull, Kitchen Moxie
    By Tracey Doull, Kitchen Moxie
    There’s a perception that New Year’s Eve celebrations need to be a big affair; however, after weeks of office parties, holiday parties and dinner engagements, you may be more in the mood for a low-key evening with family and friends.
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    Holiday Entertaining

    Holiday Entertaining

    By Kitchen Moxie
        
    By Kitchen Moxie
        'Tis the season that our spirits are bright, our hearts are big and our wallets are empty! With gifts to purchase, trees to trim and halls to deck, the expenses of the holiday season can add up quickly. But when it comes to holiday entertaining, you don’t have to drain your bank account to celebrate the season in style.
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    4 Turkey Day Safety Tips

    4 Turkey Day Safety Tips

    By Martie Duncan, Food Network Star Finalist
    By Martie Duncan, Food Network Star Finalist
        This Thanksgiving, families around the nation plan to celebrate their blessings and pull out dish after dish to feast in style. As a home entertaining expert and TV chef, I love making food and serving food. At the same time, food safety practices are a top priority. On Thanksgiving, there are many ways that you can inadvertently serve items that are harmful to your guests. 
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    Let's Talk Turkey

    Let's Talk Turkey

    By Tracey Doull
    By Tracey Doull
        I may be a gal from Scotland, but I’ve seen A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving enough times to fall in love with the American holiday. It’s now my favorite holiday of the year, a day full of family, friends and food – no presents necessary.
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    Red Lentil Soup with Butternut Squash and Kale

    Red Lentil Soup with Butternut Squash and Kale

    By Rachel Khanna
    By Rachel Khanna
    This is a very warming soup, perfect for a cold night.
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    No-Stir Crockpot Risotto

    No-Stir Crockpot Risotto

    By Camilla Saulsbury

    By Camilla Saulsbury

    Crockpots are the polyester pantsuits of the culinary world. Despite a surge in re-fashioning in the past few years, they have never been fashionable, despite their functionality.
    Thus it was with concerted effort that my sister and I thanked our parents for the twin crockpots we received years back.

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    Scrumptious Homemade Meatless Meatballs

    Scrumptious Homemade Meatless Meatballs

    By Camilla Saulsbury

    By Camilla Saulsbury
    I've been meaning to do some experimenting with TVP (texturized vegetable protein), and today felt like the day to do it.I bought several bags of TVP a few months ago. I wanted to figure out some more high-protein recipes...and meatballs seemed like a natural choice.

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    Green Pea Risotto with Scallops

    Green Pea Risotto with Scallops

    By: Lisa Dixon, RD, MBA
    Just the word risotto is scary to many cooks (professional chefs, included! Just ask Gordon Ramsey!).  Here is an easy, yet delicious risotto recipe that will impress everyone at your dinner table.
    By: Lisa Dixon, RD, MBA
    Just the word risotto is scary to many cooks (professional chefs, included! Just ask Gordon Ramsey!).  Here is an easy, yet delicious risotto recipe that will impress everyone at your dinner table.
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    Salmon Spaghetti with Plum Tomatoes and Avocado

    Salmon Spaghetti with Plum Tomatoes and Avocado

    By Phoebe Lapine and Cara Eisenpress, Big Girls Small Kitchen
    By Phoebe Lapine and Cara Eisenpress, Big Girls Small Kitchen

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    Diabetic-Friendly Spaghetti & Meatballs Dinner

    Diabetic-Friendly Spaghetti & Meatballs Dinner

    By KnowMore.tv

    By KnowMore.tv
    If your diabetes diagnosis has made spaghetti and meatballs off-limits for you, we’ve tweaked the recipe so you can enjoy this classic meal while still controlling your blood sugar.
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    Peppercorn Steaks Recipe

    Peppercorn Steaks Recipe

    By Taste of Home
    These tender peppered steaks get plenty of zip from a quick-to-fix sauce flavored with mustard and Worcestershire.
    By Taste of Home
    These tender peppered steaks get plenty of zip from a quick-to-fix sauce flavored with mustard and Worcestershire.
  • Tasty Tomato and Apple Tart

    Tasty Tomato and Apple Tart

    A mouth-watering combination of ripe tomatoes and apples... wrapped in a tasty crust.  What more could you ask for!
    A mouth-watering combination of ripe tomatoes and apples... wrapped in a tasty crust.  What more could you ask for!
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    Spinach Salad with Strawberry Dressing

    Spinach Salad with Strawberry Dressing, Toasted Pecans

    By Camilla Saulsbury
    By Camilla Saulsbury
    Almost every day is a spinach day for me. I stuff it into blueberry smoothies, layer it in sandwiches and wraps, scramble it into eggs and tofu, stir it in to ready-made soups and, much to my family's horror, munch on it--plain-- as a snack.

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    Vegetable Pizza with Parmesan Scone Crust

    Vegetable Pizza with Parmesan Scone Crust

    By Camilla Saulsbury

    By Camilla Saulsbury
    The idea for this recipe stems from one of my all-time favorite cookbooks, Biscuits and Scones, by Elizabeth Alston; it was a going-away to grad school present from a favorite aerobics class participant. It is petite perfection: 62 sweet and savory recipes, of which I have tried almost all (biscuits and scones fit well with a graduate student budget).
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    Healthier Italian Pot Roast

    Healthier Italian Pot Roast

    By Taste of Home

    By Taste of Home

    Simple and tasty recipe for a wonderful Sunday night family dinner.

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    Healthier Macaroni and Cheese!

    Healthier Macaroni and Cheese!

    by Cari Coulter, RD, LD

    by Cari Coulter, RD, LD

    Whether it’s because we’re visiting family and feeling nostalgic, feeling ill and in need of some soothing, or experiencing the blues and want to change the mood, we turn to comfort foods for a wide variety of reasons.

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    Egg Pasta with Saffron, Shrimp, and Peas

    Egg Pasta with Saffron, Shrimp, and Peas

    Phoebe Lapine and Cara Eisenpress, Big Girls Small Kitchen

    By Phoebe Lapine and Cara Eisenpress, Big Girls Small Kitchen
    You can use pre-shelled, pre-cleaned shrimp. Then, substitute pasta water for the quick shrimp broth (you’ll have to make the pasta slightly earlier than otherwise, but it’s no big deal, since it reheats...

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    Ginger Garlic Chicken Wraps

    Ginger Garlic Chicken Wraps

    By Tera Norberg
    By Tera Norberg
    Yesterday was one of those days where I felt like re-creating something I love to order when dining out. I adore the lettuce wraps from PF Changs, but I don’t adore how puffy they make me the next day. So here’s my spin on lettuce wraps!
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    $100,000 Winning Chicken Recipe!

    $100,000 Winning Chicken Recipe!

    By Camilla Saulsbury
    By Camilla Saulsbury
    Mahogany Broiled Chicken with Smoky Lime Sweet Potatoes and Cilantro Chimichurri - $100,000 Grand Prize Recipe, National Chicken Cook-Off
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    Perfect Whole Wheat Crepes

    Perfect Whole Wheat Crepes

    By Camilla Saulsbury

    By Camilla Saulsbury
    Crepes were a regular feature for Saturday morning breakfasts at my house throughout childhood and beyond. The default topping was a sprinkle of sugar and a generous squeeze of lemon juice.
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    Eggplant-Zucchini Lasagna

    Eggplant-Zucchini Lasagna

    By Big Girls Small Kitchen
    I was inspired to use this 10-inch round skillet, which of course meant some breaking up of noodles and then fitting them together into the pan’s curves. You can also use a square or rectangular baking dish–you’ll want an 8 or 9-inch square pan. When the tomatoes aren’t fresh, you can simply use 3 plum tomatoes from a can.
    By Big Girls Small Kitchen
    I was inspired to use this 10-inch round skillet, which of course meant some breaking up of noodles and then fitting them together into the pan’s curves. You can also use a square or rectangular baking dish–you’ll want an 8 or 9-inch square pan. When the tomatoes aren’t fresh, you can simply use 3 plum tomatoes from a can.
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    100 Calorie Tex-Mex Casserole

    100 Calorie Tex-Mex Casserole


    By Big Girls Small Kitchen


    By Big Girls Small Kitchen
    Classic Southern casseroles are usually on the heavy side, if Paul Dean’s renditions are any indication. Perhaps it’s the fat that makes them so comforting, but we think that the amount of butter does not always dictate the level of deliciousness.

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    Asian Salmon Burger

    Asian Salmon Burger

    By Big Girls Small Kitchen
    The idea for these Asian-influenced salmon burgers came to me when I was thinking of what to do with a leftover knob of ginger. I had never made fish based burgers before, and I was a little wary of my audience, but decided I could rely on unconditional love to make this meal a success. After both plates were clean (even my mom’s), my parents asked if I would make the salmon burgers again the next time I cooked.
    By Big Girls Small Kitchen
    The idea for these Asian-influenced salmon burgers came to me when I was thinking of what to do with a leftover knob of ginger. I had never made fish based burgers before, and I was a little wary of my audience, but decided I could rely on unconditional love to make this meal a success. After both plates were clean (even my mom’s), my parents asked if I would make the salmon burgers again the next time I cooked.
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    DIY Easter Decor

    By Malia Martine Karlinsky
        
    By Malia Martine Karlinsky
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    How to Move From Hookups to Real Relationships

    How to Move From Hookups to Real Relationships

    By GalTime Dating Diva Laurie Davis
    By GalTime Dating Diva Laurie Davis
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    Best April Bargains

    By Mary Schwager, Consumer Correspondent
    By Mary Schwager, Consumer Correspondent
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