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"The traditional dish uses a good amount of olive oil and meat with a lot of marbling. This version is lower in fat, but is true to the spirit of the recipe. Although it does take a fair amount of time, it is not difficult to make."
"This super-green salad has lots of antioxidants, including lutein, beta carotene and vitamin C, and it's a delicious way to help you rack up the seven to nine daily servings of fruits and vegetables recommended for adults."
Recipe courtesy Emeril Lagasse, copyright 1998
, 2006, Robin Miller, All rights reserved
"Shredded hash browns form the golden crust in this comforting quiche shared by reader Halina D'Arienzo from Murells Inlet, South Carolina. 'Sometimes I'll substitute diced cooked ham, flaked tuna or sliced mushrooms for the chicken in this favorite recip
Recipe courtesy Emeril Lagasse, 2000
Recipe courtesy of Michele Urvater
"Turkey kielbasa, spinach, and lentils are combined to yield a hearty soup."
"A tasty summer classic with some added kick from roasted red peppers and pepperoncini. This zesty salad is great for potlucks because it's not the usual bland potato salad."
"'This cheesy bake is wonderful for church potlucks because it goes well with any main course,' reports Naomi Newkirk from Sacramento, California. 'I often sprinkle a little paprika over the top for color.'"
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