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A simple homemade pancake recipe enhanced by ripe bananas. The result is much more than the sum of its parts.
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An Indian restaurant in Bethesda, MD gave me this recipe. It's a delicious take on a traditional Indian Masala, made with black beans. Fast and easy.
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Pork chops, sauerkraut and apples are a traditional German combination. The flavors belong together!
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If you think you don't like brussels sprouts, don't give up until you try this recipe. Highly flavorful!  It's also the only time you will ever see me use Velveeta for anything.....
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Gaeng Gai Bama is the Thai name for this northern Thai dish of Burmese origin. It is spicy and fragrant - if you love Thai food, you've probably never had this and it's delicious!
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This savory sauce is great over almost any kind of fish fillets. Turns a quick meal into a memorable one!
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This Caribbean-style chicken dish uses the fresh flavors of bananas, pineapple and cashews to create a dish that's not the same old chicken!
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This rich, creamy chicken pasta is full of flavor and is also great with broccoli added. The great taste comes from Borsin or Rondele herbed cheese.
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This is quick and tasty. Sage and chicken were made to go together - and the red wine creates a tantalizing sauce.
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An Italian favorite. I fell in love with this dish after eating it at Joe Tecci's Restaurant in Boston.
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One of my 5 favorite chicken dishes. Rich and creamy, the sauce is so good you might be tempted to drink what's left!
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Dried tomatoes are the secret to this flavorful sauce.
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Another fast and easy chicken dish. The fresh citrus taste goes perfectly with tender chicken
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This is one of my Mom's greatest pasta dishes. The crab and mushroom cream sauce is superb!
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A staple of Cuban cuisine, ropa vieja literally means "old clothes", probably a reference to the shredded beef which is cooked in a tomato-red wine sauce. It has a wonderful tangy taste - I get requests for it often!
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