Recipe News: Recipe for Fajita Steak Salad

The acid in Diet Coke helps tenderize the meat in this steak salad. This filling salad has just 253 calories.

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  • FAJITA STEAK SALAD

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June 24, 2008

Recipe News: Shortcake Biscuits

Betty A. McWilliams of Dowagiac passes along this seasonal recipe. She says the biscuits are "delicious, light and fluffy. All my friends have this favorite recipe. It was my husband's mother's and passed down."

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  • Grandma McWilliams' Shortcake Biscuits

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June 23, 2008

Recipe News: Try easy recipes

If you are entertaining this summer, here are two easy recipes from Nestle:

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  • Grilled Tri-Color Peppers with Whole Wheat Chicken & Prosciutto Ravioli

  • Watermelon Ice Cream Bombe

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June 22, 2008

Recipe News: Blackened Tilapia Sandwich with Cilantro Lime Mayonnaise

Have some fun with this new take on a fish sandwich from Paula Deen and the Food Network.

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  • Blackened Tilapia Sandwich with Cilantro Lime Mayonnaise

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June 12, 2008

Recipe News: Chill out with 3 recipes for summer chicken dishes

Have a hunger for Italian tonight? Thai? French? The humble chicken -- recognizable almost anywhere -- can satisfy your culinary cravings. Just choose from this first-class flight of chicken dishes inspired by a world of cuisines.

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  • Chicken With 40 Cloves of Garlic

  • Thai Chicken And Noodle Salad

  • Chicken Milanese With Arugula Salad

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June 10, 2008

Recipe News: Picnic recipes with punch

Everyone will stay cool and refreshed with this party-size recipe from Gladys Adams of Adams Catering & Event Services.

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  • Southern iced tea punch

  • Hazelnut chocolate chunk cookies

  • Mediterranean couscous

  • Tomatoes stuffed with avocado and smoked salmon

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June 9, 2008

Recipe News: Grilled pizza recipes

You may think the only way to eat a gourmet pizza with a crispy, smoky crust is to order it at a restaurant, but you can achieve the same flavor and texture in your pizzas by cooking them on the grill.

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  • The Gamberian, Sauteed shrimp with pesto and tomato

  • The S'more Graham crackers, chocolate, and marshmallow

  • Chunky Tomato Basil Sauce

  • Herbed Grill Oil

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June 6, 2008

Recipe News: Simple ways to lighten up traditional recipes

Meatloaf, chocolate cake, blueberry muffins — there’s nothing better than good, old-fashioned comfort food ... unless you’re trying to eat healthier.

OK, put down the celery stick and stop crying. With a few simple substitutions, you can not only make traditional recipes healthier, you can have your cake and eat it, too (and what good is cake if you can’t eat it?).

You can make any recipe healthier by reducing the amount of fat, salt and sugar and increasing the fiber. All it takes is a little trial and error.

“My parents love meatloaf, and I make it with turkey instead of ground beef to lighten up the traditional recipe,” said Cindy Brown, of Asheville. “You get a lot of the flavor without the fat.”

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  • Healthy meatloaf

  • Lemon-raspberry muffins

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June 2, 2008

Recipe News: Timeless treats from the past

I have a number of old Canadian cookbooks given to me by family and friends or scooped up at flea markets. I have old church cookbooks, some community ones and a special treasure: The Home Cookbook, published in 1887 by the “Ladies of Toronto and chief cities and towns in Canada.”

On June 7, I plan to take them into Liz Driver at The Cookbook Store (850 Yonge St.) in Toronto. From 1 to 3 p.m., she will be assessing the historical value of old cookbooks. Liz is the curator of Campbell House Museum in Toronto, the former president of the Culinary Historians of Ontario and the author of Culinary Landmarks: A Bibliography of Canadian Cookbooks, 1825-1949 (University of Toronto Press).

The canny housewives of the 19th and early 20th centuries were the forerunners of how we wish to eat today.

They purchased fresh seasonal ingredients, often organic and straight from the farm, and used simple, tasty cooking methods, as their surprisingly good original recipes reveal.

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  • ICEBOX COOKIES

  • ORANGE MARMALADE BREAD

  • FRIED CHICKEN

  • ORANGE MARMALADE BREAD

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May 31, 2008

Recipe News: GET READY FOR A SIZZLING GRILLING SUMMER

May is Hamburger Month. However, it also the advent of summer, the perfect season to put on a grilling apron and fire up the grill during the warm months when people love to be outdoors. Morton’s The Steakhouse shares with all grilling enthusiasts its all-American favorite the “Million Dollar” hamburger and other grilling tips. All you need to do is follow the recipe, and you can have this signature burger right in your own back yard for family and friends.

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  • Morton’s “Million Dollar” Hamburger recipe for Six Hearty Appetites

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