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Adventures in food for curious cooks.

Recipes

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Asian Chicken Lettuce Wraps

Lynley Jones

Shredded chicken and veggies drizzled with a coconut-peanut sauce, spiked with Sriracha and wrapped in a lettuce leaf.

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YeYe Noodles

Lynley Jones

"YeYe" means "grandfather" in Mandarin Chinese. This recipe was created by a grandfather and is now one of his grandchildren's favorite dishes. Visit Why Did the Chicken Cross the Globe? for more about this recipe.

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Leftover Turkey Pot Pie

Lynley Jones

This recipe was created to use your leftover Thanksgiving turkey. I wrote it to work 2 ways - with leftover gravy (if you have that too) or without it (if you only have the turkey). 

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Budin Azteca (Mexican Tortilla Casserole)

Lynley Jones

Vegetables layered with corn tortillas, roasted chiles, pureed tomatoes, Mexican crema and a little shredded chicken. Serve with beans or refried beans.

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Tostadas with Avocados and Pico de Gallo

Lynley Jones

Crispy tortilla topped with creamy beans, cool avocados and crunchy, spicy Pico de Gallo make a casual dinner, lunch or snack everyone will love.

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Tostadas with Roasted Tomatillo Salsa

Lynley Jones

Crispy fried tostadas with hot, creamy beans and crunchy cold toppings. Like a gourmet party-salad on an edible plate - easy and delicious casual dinner, lunch or snack.

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Roasted Chiles or Peppers

Lynley Jones

Roasting peppers not only cooks the pepper, but also gives it a nice smoky flavor and allows you to remove the skin. This authentic method is perfect for any dish calling for roasted peppers or chiles.

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Three Sisters Soup

Lynley Jones

Corn, beans and squash come together with spinach, garlic and onions to make a complete meal-in-a-pot. Corn, beans and squash are considered by many native people to be female spirits and are often called "the Three Sisters." The three crops are traditionally planted together to help each other flourish.

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Creamy Kale Pasta Bowl

Lynley Jones

Pasta with ricotta cheese, sauteed Tuscan kale, cherry tomatoes and lots of love. Quick, satisfying weeknight dinner or side.

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