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This is an easy version of the classic Spanish paella. Saffron is expensive so if you don’t have it, just add a dash of cayenne pepper for a little spicy heat. You’ll have a very satisfying dinner for a group of friends, or you can dine like the King of Spain for several nights.
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This is the perfect dish if you feel like a light but tasty dinner. You can cook boneless skinless chicken breasts as the main ingredient, but you’ll save lots time by buying a whole or half rotisserie chicken at the store and save the rest for sandwiches or another salad later in the week. Use the white meat and just shred or slice it into bite-size pieces
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This is an easy but delicious dish you can expand for a hungry crowd or make extra portions for another dinner later in the week. Lemon, a few herbs, and good olive oil are just about all you’ll need to make the magic.
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This is a one pot supper, adapted from a Mark Bittman recipe that will take the chill from a cold winter night. You’ll love the fork-tender chicken and savory vegetables that have been simmered in cream, white wine and tarragon. Delicious!
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We love curries so we’ve tried to make this version as simple as possible so you can make it any night of the week. You can tweak the heat according to taste but we always think a little spice is awfully nice.
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King Henry 4th decreed that all Frenchman should have a chicken in the pot for Sunday dinner. We feel the same, and love to make this dish on a cold night when the fragrance of chicken broth and savory vegetables brings everyone to the table with hearty smiles.
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This is a tasty twist on the standard grilled chicken breast, because you'll add some white wine, lemon and capers. You can do the same thing with a white fish like sole or flounder.
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If you can find a great prepared sauce by all means try it. But this recipe is homemade, it's easy as Mom's pie, and you'll have the satisfaction of doing a 'cue' your very own way. Nothing's better!
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The suggested portions for this marinade is about right for a couple of pieces of fish or chicken breasts, so if you’re cooking for a bigger gang, just expand the amounts.
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A whole chicken roasted with vegetables is a real crowd pleaser. Or, you can just reward yourself for a job well done and have roast chicken for the rest of the week: In sandwiches, a chef salad, toasty quesadillas, or even chicken hash. Why not!
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This tasty French bistro dish will spread lots of good cheer when you have friends coming for dinner. Make sure you have plenty of red wine on hand because you’ll need a bottle just to simmer the chicken and make your mushrooms and onions cheerful accomplices
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A stir-fry is not only easy to make but good for you. This one uses broccoli as the centerpiece but you can substitute or add other vegetables such as snow peas, asparagus or snap peas. It's all healthy stuff and delicious.
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Our friend Tom Parker has devised an easier version of the classic New Orleans dish which is just as tasty. You can substitute shrimp for chicken and add sliced okra if you wish. This is a great all-in-one meal for a hungry group of friends
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Fleurette Castonguay made this tasty dish for us at Runnymeade Lodge on the Quebec-New Brunswick border and shared the recipe. When you serve over rice with a salad on the side you’ll have friends begging for seconds
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This recipe makes a super simple but delicious dinner. If you want to add a bit of bulk, you can serve the kabobs on a bed of rice, or couscous with pine nuts which you can make on your own or find in a branded mix from Near East, for instance
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This is Tom’s answer to the 4-hour barbecue when you’re in a hurry and want a tasty meal in 45 minutes without any fuss. You can add chicken wings to the mix if you’re a glutton and want more finger food
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