Recipes: Area residents' favorite grilling recipes

The following recipes are found in the latest Kennebec Journal on MaineToday.com:
  • Grilled potatoes with garlic
  • Tarragon chicken burgers
  • Grilled salmon with ginger-mustard glaze
  • Rise and shine salad
  • Beer can chicken
  • Grilled Zucchini
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Recipes: My Favorite Recipes 5/23

Includes recipes:


  • Sopaipillas

  • Mexican Cornbread Surprise

  • Homestyle Tacos


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Recipes: Cold salad recipes

Recipes from Lucy Butler, Wilton, New York, "Big Book Of Easy Suppers: 270 Delicious Recipes For Casual Everyday Cooking" by Maryana Volstedt, and "The New Mayo Clinic Cookbook: Eating Well for Better Health" by Donald Hensrud et al.

Includes recipes:

  • LUCY'S MACARONI SALAD

  • CHOPPED GREEK SALAD

  • CHICKEN SALAD WITH THAI FLAVORS


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May 26, 2005

Recipes: Risotto Alla Milanese

"Risotto is very versatile. You can have it with meat, vegetables or seafood. You can serve it as an appetizer, a main course or a side dish. But for most people, the thought is that this classic Italian dish is hard to prepare.

So The Early Show teamed up with the folks at Williams-Sonoma and cookbook author Tori Ritchie to get easy recipes you can do at home. Check out basic tips Ritchie shares for the "Five-Minute Cooking School."

The following are her recipes for Risotto alla Milanese; Risotto with Artichokes; Risotto with Fresh Corn and Basil Oil; and Risotto Rustica with Prosciutto and Arugula."

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Recipes: Low-Fat Recipes

"Here are some low-fat recipes developed by dietician Kristina Day that you can try at home. Day is with the Harvard group that recently found that reduced fat helps prevent breast cancer recurrences."

Includes recipes:


  • Sauteed Fish Fillets With Lemon and Herbs

  • Green Beans Almondine

  • Yogurt Parfait

  • Vegetable Omelet

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Recipes: "Fresh Chinese" cleans up recipes for healthier diets

"'Fresh Chinese' is not your neighborhood takeout Chinese cookbook, and the first clue appears quickly.

Don’t use a wok, says author Wynnie Chan. Use a non-stick saute pan.

'I prefer this type of pan to a wok when low-fat cooking because the temperature from an electric stove top or gas ring often isn’t high enough to properly heat the sides of a wok,' she writes when listing the equipment you will need.

And that is just the beginning of Chan’s efforts to break us of our love affair with notoriously unhealthful, but exceedingly flavorful, takeout Chinese food – next to pizza, perhaps the most popular takeout food in the United States. "

Includes recipe:
Kung Pao Chicken

Buy the book, Fresh Chinese from Amazon.com.

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Recipes: Recipes for relaxation

"Three-day weekends are supposed to offer a bit of rest and relaxation, not chain the cook to the kitchen. With a bit of planning, Memorial Day weekend meals can be a breeze for everyone.

We offer four Memorial Day entree suggestions that can be prepared in relatively short order, giving cooks plenty of time to prop their feet up and enjoy the day off."

Includes recipes:

  • Prosciutto-Stuffed Chicken Breasts

  • Stuffed Peppers With Lamb and Pine Nuts

  • Chipotle-Orange Flank Steak

  • Cumin-Crusted Grilled Pork Chops Over Green Salsa

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May 25, 2005

Recipes: Recipes, please

"With Memorial Day and the beginning of summer grilling season at hand, today's column features some popular barbecue recipes from past Recipes, Please columns. These recipes were furnished by our readers several years ago."

Includes recipes:

  • SMOKED CHICKEN WITH WHITE BBQ SAUCE

  • WHITE BBQ SAUCE

  • BASTING SAUCE

  • BARBECUE SAUCE

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May 24, 2005

Recipes: More recipes, guides available online

"Whether you love to cook or just like to eat, we have the ultimate online resource for you, at food.azcentral .com"

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Recipes: The Flower of Brittany ~ Cauliflower Recipes

"Cauliflower is on sale at my local market and I've been taking advantage of the drop in price. The best cauliflower in France comes from Brittany, where it has been nicknamed "fleur de Bretagne", the flower of Brittany. On a recent drive from St. Malo to Cancale, I drove past fields of cauliflower planted on high hills overlooking the water, its no wonder they are so delicious with a view like that!"

Includes recipes:

  • Quiche au Chou-Fleur: Cauliflower quiche with onions and Gruyère cheese

  • Flan au Chou-Fleur: Creamy cauliflower flan flavored with Roquefort Cheese

  • Salade Jurassienne: Cauliflower, Green Bean and Cheese Salad tossed with a Chive Vinaigrette

  • Chou-Fleur à la Bretonne: A shrimp and cauliflower salad, tossed with vinaigrette and served on a bed of dandelion or other tender salad greens.

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