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i used to get this salad at the deli in publix supermarket, it was around six dollars a pound. it is so easy to prepare at home. tastes great on crescent rolls or just about any bread of choice, toasted or plain.
we don't have salmon often, but this looked so easy & yum that it inspired us to get down to the fishmongers. we used 2 salmon fillets but kept all the other measurements the same & added a handful of sugar-snap peas with the baby spinach. it's simple eno
adapted from a favorite banana bread recipe, this banana bread recipe uses less butter, no sugar, and has lots of fiber. it tastes delicious too! it can be made into a bread loaf or muffins. if you don't have one of the ingredients you can supplement a
this recipe came from slow cooking magazine, and it is one of our family's favorites. i don't go to the bother of rolling each burrito as instructed in the recipe, but rather just stick the crock of barley mixture on the table along with tortillas, shred
this is a delicious, very simple soup with great flavors. it is largely broth/water-based with some easy ingredients to add flavor. you can decrease the amount of jalapeno if you'd prefer it to be a bit milder (or remove the seeds and ribs from the jala
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