September 10, 2005

Recipe News: Omelette recipes

Includes recipes for:


  • Spinach Omelette

  • Asian Omelette

  • Cheesy Chicken Omelette


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Recipe News: Special requests: Catnip cocktails and Pup Tarts

" Maybe YOU think the dog days of summer have passed, but your pet may feel differently. "The Crazy Kids Guide to Cooking for Your Pet" ($14.95, Crazy Pet Press) by Crazy Dog -- aka Barbara and Missy Denzer -- is one way to amuse yourself while pampering four-legged companions.

The slim volume has recipes for treats as well as advice about owning a pet. It is written for children, ages 6 and older, with cute illustrations that are both corny and colorful."

Includes recipes for:


  • MICROWAVE PUP TARTS

  • CATNIP COCKTAIL


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September 8, 2005

Recipe News: Ray's recipes low in fat, carbs

"Here are some of Rachael Ray's favorite recipes from one of her most recent cookbooks, "30-Minute Get Real Meals," (Clarkson Potter, $18.95). The recipes are designed to help health-conscious cooks enjoy generous portions of good food without loading up on carbs and fat.

"If you eat well, you can eat more. That's the concept," said Ray."

Includes recipes for:


  • GINGER-GARLIC TUNA BURGERS ON CUCUMBER SALAD WITH SALTED EDAMAME

  • GRILLED BALSAMIC CHICKEN WITH PUTTANESCA SALAD

  • COCOA-NUTTY HAYSTACKS


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September 1, 2005

Recipes: No-cook sauce recipes

Includes recipes for:


  • Summer No-Cook Tomato Sauce with Artichokes, Basil and Red Wine Vinegar

  • Summer No-Cook Tomato Sauce with Arugula, Onion and Balsamic Vinegar

  • Cherry Tomato Sauce with Mint

  • Citrus-Marinated Tomato Salad over Steak

  • Vermicelli with Fresh Tomatoes

  • Summer Tomato Sauce

  • Easy No-Cook Tomato Sauce


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August 31, 2005

Recipe News: Spicy! Steal this sensational scallops recipe

"About the chef:
Ron Burns’ introduction to the restaurant industry came in 1975 when he signed on as a busboy at the Blue Max Steak House in Seattle, Wash. Finding himself hooked on the fast pace of the business, he decided he wanted to become a chef and enrolled at the Horst Mager Culinary School (now the Western Culinary Institute) in Portland, Ore."

Includes recipe for:


  • Pepper Scallops with Asian Slaw


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Recipe News: Asian flavor adds to recipe

" Good taste and good nutrition don't always go hand in hand, but when they do, diners can eat with a level of delight.

This dish is low in fat, but high in nutrition and flavor from an imaginative combination of ingredients influenced by Southeast Asian cooking, especially in its use of fruit."

Includes recipe for:


  • Sweet Potato and Pear Stir-Fry With Chicken and Chili Sauce


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Recipe News: Recipe: Herb balsamic vinegar

Includes recipe for:


  • Herb balsamic vinegar


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August 30, 2005

Recipe News: Recipe for fried green tomatoes

"CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - The first time I made fried green tomatoes I was, of course, living in Scotland. Where else to try such an archetypal food from the American South?

OK, so it wasn't the best introduction to fried green tomatoes. I can't even recall whether the tomatoes I used actually were green. Scotland isn't known for its fine selection of produce, and whatever the color, they weren't good."

Includes recipes for:


  • fried green tomatoes


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Recipe News: Recipe Box: Baked Meatballs

Includes recipe for:


  • Baked Meatballs


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Recipes: Let's get crazy with these peanut recipes

"Whether you like them roasted in the shell or crunched into butter and partnered with jelly, peanuts are one popular food. Last year alone, Americans ate nearly 1.7 billion pounds of the nuts, and peanut butter consumption soared to 900 million pounds. Saveur magazine's Colman Andrews was invited on the “Today” show to share some nutty dishes. Here are the recipes."

Includes recipes for:


  • Peanut Butter Swirl Ice Cream

  • Cacahuates Enchilados

  • Gado-Gado

  • Mafé

  • Fried Peanuts

  • Peanut Butter


Read more: Let's get crazy with these peanut recipes

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