This seven-layer dip replaces sour cream with nonfat Greek yogurt, which is healthier and equally creamy. I've also topped it off with some feta cheese and Greek Kalamata olives, which I find more flavorful than conventional olives. Delicious and healthy. Enjoy with pita or pita chips!
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Coq au Vin
“This is a classic French dish, usually made with a cockerel. If you can find one, let it cook for 20–30 minutes longer than specified below, because the meat is slightly tougher than ordinary chicken. I like to use a whole bird that I joint myself, but drumsticks and thighs can be used if preferred.” — Kevin Dundon, Back to Basics: Your Essential Step-by-Step Cookbook   Click here for more of our best chicken dishes.
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Whether you use canned or fresh artichokes (which are in season), this is an easy crowd-pleaser for the fall because it tastes best served warm. You can pair this dip with either a freshly toasted baguette or crudités. Some artichoke dip recipes call for a much heavier combination of sour cream, mayonnaise, and cheese, but we’ve made a lighter version that focuses on the fresh artichoke flavor.
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Hot-Spiced Pork and Rice
If you’re looking for a way to spice up pork, try this delicious casserole from the Better Homes and Gardens Cookbook. With soy sauce, molasses, chili paste, and five-spice powder, this dish is loaded with flavor. Click here for more of our best rice casseroles.
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Baked Strawberry-Rhubarb French Toast
What a classical combination: strawberries and rhubarb. With its tart, cranberry-like flavor, rhubarb pairs well with strawberry in jams, jellies, and pies. Here, strawberry-rhubarb jam is incorporated into an easy-to-make (and bake) breakfast casserole. See all French toast recipes. Click here to see the Mother's Day Brunch in Bed story.
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Candied Yams
This recipe is a rich and delicious addition to your holiday meals.
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A simple mixture of nuts, raisins, and spices makes a delicious topping for Honeycrisp apples. Click here to see 5 No-Cook Recipes (Slideshow)
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Coca Cola Chicken Wings
The all American soda meets the all American finger food for the ultimate in finger licking goodness.
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There are very many versions of chocolate chile chicken, but I chose to include this one as it’s fantastically quick and easy to make. I can’t promise it’s authentic, but it does have the wow factor, and the Venezuelan chocolate adds a deep rich glossy finish and flavor.
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Apples and pork is an obvious combination, but this recipe combines the two in an entirely new way, by braising a tender loin of pork in cider and fresh apples. It's then shredded and topped with a ginger-based salsa in a mini corn tortilla. 
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Super Nacho Higante
These nachos are quick and dirty and the subject of a long-running nacho-eating contest at Worship Surf Bar, located in Atlantic City, N.J. The contestant must eat the entire nacho platter during any live televised NFL game in Surf Bar from the end of second quarter until the beginning of third quarter. The contestant may not have any help eating the platter. If the contestant finishes the entire platter, they win free tickets to the House of Blues show of their choice and the nachos are free. If the contestant fails to complete the nachos within the stated time period, they must pay the $30 for the nachos. Click here to see The Ultimate Guide to Nachos.
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Chicken Quinoa Casserole
One of my mom’s go-to dishes when I was little was Paula Deen’s chicken divan — and I don’t blame her. It’s easy, quick, and absolutely delicious. (Check out the recipe here.) But when I thought of making it the other day and took a good hard look at the ingredients, I was shocked by how many high-fat foods were part of it: condensed cream of mushroom soup; a whole cup (each) of mayonnaise, sour cream, and Cheddar cheese; and 2 tablespoons of butter. I decided the recipe needed a makeover. Since I’m not sure my new and improved recipe even qualifies anymore as "chicken divan," I just call it chicken, broccoli, and quinoa casserole. The cream of mushroom soup was replaced with Campbell’s 98% Fat Free Cream of Mushroom; I reduced the mayo to 1/3 of a cup and used low-fat instead; the regular Cheddar was switched with reduced-fat cheese — and yes, I did increase the amount by ¼ cup; and I completely eliminated the sour cream, plus a few other ingredients. I added quinoa to make it a little heartier and to make up for the reduction in ingredients. (To learn more about why you should be cooking with quinoa and to see more quinoa recipes, click here.) Feel free to use fresh broccoli instead of frozen. I use this recipe when I want something inexpensive and quick, so I stuck with frozen. Want it to be even easier? Buy a rotisserie chicken, strip all of the meat off of it, and chop it into small pieces — it should come out to about 4 cups of chicken. This will add a little fat since the skin was on it when it was cooked, but considering the recipe is fairly low-fat already, I don’t think it makes a huge difference. — Melissa Valliant, HellaWella
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