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Apres-Ski Monkfish Chili jen Edit Delete haven't tried it yet, but looks good to me
Aroostook Potato and Broccoli Soup jen Edit Delete
Baja Fish Tacos jen Edit Delete yummy
Baked Penne with Broccoli and Three Cheeses jen Edit Delete Easy, good, and stuff (other than ricotta and basil) that's usually in the fridge/cabinet.
Baked White Polenta with Two Cheeses jen Edit Delete Top with Black Bean and Espresso Chili---sour cream can be substituted for the mascarpone, but the polenta won't be as rich.
Beef Flavored Seitan jen Edit Delete Really good seitan for stews
Black Bean and Espresso Chili jen Edit Delete Serve this over the Baked White Polenta with Two Cheeses, and season with any--or all--of the suggested toppings (chocolate adds Mole flavor)
Boeuf Bourguignon Administrator Edit Delete This is the version from the first episode of "The French Chef". It is different than the one in the book "Mastering the Art of French Cooking" published two years earlier. It isn't really simplified for TV so I'm assuming she considered it an improvement over the book version. Only the book version has been copied onto the recipe websites that I looked at.
Braised Eye Round Steak (President Ford's) Administrator Edit Delete I generally start with 1lb of Eye Round steak (3 steaks). You can double/triple that without changing the amount of sauce. Original recipe was for 3lbs of eye round steak.
Catfish au Lait Juliana Smith Edit Delete Jules' Note: Serve with a sweet veggie such as peas (balances the salt nicely)
Ceylonese Chicken Administrator Edit Delete
Cheese Enchiladas jen Edit Delete Top with Green Enchilada Sauce.
Chicken Marsala (can be adapted for vegetarian) jen Edit Delete I made this with Lite Life fake chicken filets and everyone loved it. Adaptation is included below.
Coconut Curried Tofu with Green Jasmine Rice jen Edit Delete
Corn and Scallop chowder jen Edit Delete
Crab-and-Corn Chowder with Bacon and Chanterelle Mushrooms jen Edit Delete This can be made just won't be as palate friendly!
Crabmeat Chimichangas with Papaya Salsa jen Edit Delete Mmmmmuy bueno!
Crabmeat Quesadillas with Mango Salsa jen Edit Delete Really yummy. If you like this one, check out the crabmeat chimmies with papaya salsa!
Curried Fish & Cabbage Juliana Smith Edit Delete 3 points. Cut salt in cabbage back to 1/4 teaspoon. Red pepper is nice contrast
Curried Shrimp jen Edit Delete Serve with basmati rice and pile on the condiments.
Curried Vegetable Soup jen Edit Delete
Eggplant and Potato Hash jen Edit Delete Dull color, so serve a bright salad or something on the side.
Eggs Sardou jen Edit Delete "New Orleans invented the Brunch. Try this rich and classic egg dish with a Bloody Mary or Mimosa and forget about the rest of the day."
Fast No-Hamburger Helper jen Edit Delete Good, quick, comfort food
Fricassee De Poulet a L'Ancienne Administrator Edit Delete This is modified from the original in Mastering the Art of French Cooking
Garlic Roasted Cod with Mashed Potato Crust jen Edit Delete Can be made with haddock, grouper, orange roughy, red snapper or turbot
Ginger and Sesame Sea Bass Administrator Edit Delete
Greek Beefless Stew jen Edit Delete This stew is so good we've gotten in arguments over who gets the leftovers.
Greek Beefless Stew (Jim's version) Administrator Edit Delete It is vegan but fools a lot of meat eaters. Everybody likes it.
Green Enchilada Sauce jen Edit Delete This is SO delicious on top of Cheese Enchiladas
Haddock In Cream Sauce (Iceland) (au Gratin) Administrator Edit Delete
Halibut Steamed with Oranges, Tomatoes and Olives jen Edit Delete Serve with steamed rice tossed with lots of chopped fresh cilantro
Indonesian-Style Grilled Eggplant with Spicy Peanut Sauce jen Edit Delete
Irish Beef Stew Administrator Edit Delete Same recipe with Beef, Beer, and Worcestershire
Irish Seitan Stew jen Edit Delete Nice hearty stew. Doesn't last long in our house.
Italian Fish Chowder Administrator Edit Delete The restaurant that inspired this recipe served grated Parmesan cheese at the table, but Jack always passed on it because he likes the clean taste of the fish and tomato. You may however put some freshly grated Parmesan on your chowder if you prefer. Also this chowder is traditionally made without potatoes. If you omit the potatoes, cook the chowder for about ten minutes instead of twenty, then add two full pounds of fish instead of the pound and a quarter.
Lasagna Administrator Edit Delete
Lobster Risotto with Fresh Tomato and Basil jen Edit Delete
Lobster Stock jen Edit Delete this goes with the Lobster Risotto recipe, but is equally useful for chowders and other recipes
Macaroni and Cheese Administrator Edit Delete
Massaman Curry Administrator Edit Delete
Pad Thai Jim jen Edit Delete Easy stir fry. Very forgiving in terms of quantities.
Pasta Shells with Black-Eyed Peas and Artichokes jen Edit Delete Haven't tried this one yet. Will comment later.
Penne with Eggplant, White Beans and Tomato Sauce jen Edit Delete Good stuff
Penne with Roasted Asparagus and Balsamic Butter jen Edit Delete can also be made with broccoli - follow directions for roasting asparagus and add another 5 minutes
Pork Tenderloin Roast with Balsamic Glaze Administrator Edit Delete
Potato Lasagna jen Edit Delete
Roast Beef Bottom Round Administrator Edit Delete
Roasted Lobster with Basil-Mint Pesto jen Edit Delete Maine lobster is best of course...
Seafood Bisque to die for jen Edit Delete Serve with warm bread for dipping! 5 Water Street made a great cheddar cheese bread.
Shepherd's Pie Vegetarian Administrator Edit Delete
Shrimp Veracruz with Brown Rice, Corn, and Olives jen Edit Delete serve with Black Bean and Espresso Chili and Baked White Polenta with Two Cheeses
Sloppy Joes (veggie style) jen Edit Delete Great if you like tofu...even if you don't, you might like it here.
Spicy Chicken and Eggplant Administrator Edit Delete Cooking method is different from original recipe
Stifado Administrator Edit Delete
Sukiyaki Administrator Edit Delete This is based on a few recipes including one that’s kind of a hot pot style.
Sushi Rice Administrator Edit Delete Basic sushi rice ingredients. Have or double for more or less.
Tantanmen Spice Pork Ramen Administrator Edit Delete
Tofu Ginger Teriyaki Stir Fry Administrator Edit Delete
Tuna Casserole Divine jen Edit Delete Makes converts outta tuna casserole haters
Wild Rice with Crab & Shrimp Juliana Smith Edit Delete
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