Pulled Barbecue Chicken Sandwich
I made homemade barbecue sauce and I made a lot of it, so I needed to cook some things to eat with it. Plain old chicken is boring so I made this. You'll like it, I promise. Click here to see Cooking with Maple Syrup — 8 Recipes.
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The trick to tough, leafy greens like collards is that there's no trick at all. Imparting flavor and breaking down their tough structure is as easy as bacon, onions, and chicken stock, and Justin Simoneaux of San Francisco's Boxing Room shows us how in this recipe. It's perfect for any weeknight meal or special occasions and holidays like Thanksgiving. 
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Easy Roasted Spring Breakfast Skillet
First, sauté your favorite spring vegetables you picked up at your local farmers market, and then top with your eggs, fresh herbs, and finish in the oven for a delicious, fragrant springtime start to your day.
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Spice up your chicken with this easy sauce filled with bold citrus flavors. This is a great recipe to use leftover chicken. 
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Xavier Soup
This classic Italian soup is a twist on a dumpling soup from the Cooking with the Saints cookbook. This adaptation simplifies the traditional chicken consommé usually prepared for this soup by replacing it with store-bought chicken stock. Next, you hand roll your own Parmigiano-Reggiano dumplings, and finally, top the soup with fresh herbs.
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Just to clarify, this isn't a curry recipe, it's a recipe for curried rice. Much simpler than putting together a complex — and quite delicious, might I add — curry sauce, this rice recipe comes together in 20 minutes and is a great side for grilled chicken, fish, or steak. Click here to see 12 Fresh and New Rice Recipes
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Basic Chicken Stock
Chicken stock is a fantastic and flavorful substitute for water when preparing quinoa, rice or couscous or for adding richness and depth to sauces. The next time you make chicken for dinner, instead of giving the bones to the dog, throw them in a pot and make this simple and easy recipe. You can also substitute duck or rabbit bones for chicken bones. (Rabbit makes a particularly flavorful stock.)
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Carrot, Pumpkin & Ginger Soup
I love to make a big batch of soup on the weekend and eat it throughout the week. This soup comes alive with the lovely rich pumpkin, the sweetness of the carrot and a kick of ginger. Enjoy with some crostini.
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Quinoa Crusted Tilapia
Tilapia and quinoa pack a dual punch: they're healthy and quick to cook. This recipe gives texture to the mild and flaky tilapia by broiling a layer of quinoa on top of the fish, creating a dish that is simple to make but has a great presentation. Click here for Dinner Recipes in 30 Minutes or Less.
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Potato Soup
Potatoes are one of my favorite foods, so I was very determined to create the perfect potato soup. As you'll see in the recipe, I used basic ingredients in an incredibly detailed and specific process to create one of the best potato dishes I've ever had. If you're looking for a well-rounded meal, shredded chicken is the perfect addition to this soup.  Click here to see Potato Recipes That Aren't Boring.
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Did you know that the broccoli stalk is the most flavorful part of the vegetable? Most broccoli recipes you see only call for florets, leading to the stalk getting dumped in the trash. This recipe makes good use of that flavor-heavy component.
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Kale and White Bean Soup
I have a newfound love for kale. These days, I'm baking it into chips, adding it to pasta dishes, and even eating it in salads. But this was my first attempt at a kale soup — and it's delicious! The broth is simple and comforting, the kale is packed with nutrients, and the white beans add a richness and heartiness to the soup. Serve it with a piece of toasted bread and you have a perfect winter meal. Click here to see The Best Kale Recipes You've Ever Tried. 
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