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Secret Ingredient: Forbidden Rice

If you have eggs, pasta and cheese, then you have dinner. This pasta frittata can be varied endlessly — use leftover pasta, whatever cheese you have on hand, cooked broccoli or spinach or diced ham. A dollop of marinara sauce will add color and complement the...

These big, thick ribs offer a tender beef experience that's akin to braised brisket but packed with slow-cooked barbecue flavor. Note that these are knife-and-fork ribs, not finger food.

This is a great picnic salad, equally as tasty warm as it is chilled. Leftover chicken works wonders in this preparation.

Make a boxed cake mix extraordinary with the addition of caramel and fruit.

The combo of cherries and blueberries is one of the best we know for pie. Try it topped with your favorite vanilla ice cream or frozen yogurt.

This kid-friendly treat puts a whole new spin on breakfast. Perfect for little hands to assemble themselves!

Enjoy a rich combination of chocolate and coconut with this simple fudge. No candy thermometer needed, this fudge comes together easily into a creamy and decadent treat. Keep refrigerated to maintain its shape.

Serve this over your favorite whole grain pasta. If you like spinach, try substituting 3 cups packed spinach leaves for the broccoli rabe.

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Colorful and savory, this gluten-free, dairy-free dish brings an impressive presentation as well as healthful nutrients to the table.

This mix of root vegetables combines sweet parsnip and carrots with earthy rutabaga. Thyme and lemon liven up the flavors in this side dish, delicious with any roast meat.

This vibrantly colored stir-fry features shrimp with snow peas, sugar snap peas and green peas. The stir-frying goes quickly, so be sure to measure all of the ingredients before you start cooking. Serve with brown or white rice.

Panna cotta, Italian for "cooked cream," is a creamy custard served cold. This variation on the traditional dessert features eggnog as the flavor base, topped with warm spiced pears. The perfect finish to a holiday feast.

Challah, a rich braided bread typically made with eggs, is perfect for making French toast. Drizzle with honey instead of maple syrup, if you like.

Fresh greens combine with pantry classics of olive oil, crushed red pepper and canned cannellini beans in this simple, nutritious side dish that pairs well with hearty entrées.

Try layering shredded roasted chicken, pulled pork, or sliced skirt steak with the onions and peppers in these quick and easy stovetop quesadillas. For vegetarians, sautéed mushrooms are a great addition, too.

Have breakfast in bed with our french toast made with delicate challah bread, top with fresh or thawed frozen berries and plenty of maple syrup.

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