Mussels Marinara
This garlicky, addictive dish is best served with crusty bread or a bowl of pasta. I personally prefer placing pieces of bread at the bottom of my bowl and spooning the sauce and mussels on top. That way, the bread soaks in the flavorful tomato sauce, softening the hard crust to make that perfect balance of crunchy and squishy (in a good way). To make this dish extra garlicky, I roasted garlic while making my sauce and spread it on the toasted bread right before serving. 
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Mussels steamed in white wine recipe
A simple presentation with delicious results. This serves two as a main course or up to six as an appetizer.
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4.8
If you want to save some time on this recipe, opt for a pre-cut pineapple at the grocery store so you don't have to spend time chopping up your own. This recipe is by JeanMarie Brownson and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune
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4.5
Turkey Cuban Slider Sandwiches
This recipe is perfect if you have any leftover turkey. Top the sliders with Swiss cheese and pickles and serve for dinner or as an appetizer. Recipe courtesy of Ready Set Eat 
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4.5
Garlic Bread
Cook your garlic bread for your summer party on the grill: It's even tastier than when baked in the oven.This recipe is courtesy of Epicurious.
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Nothing tastes better than crusty bread sopped in a soup or sauce.
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4
Want to have a lucky new year? Start it off with pork and sauerkraut. Put this all in your slow cooker before you go to bed and let it cook on low overnight. You'll wake up to the perfect lunch.
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3.75
A great sandwich has a fine balance between salty and sweet. In this sandwich, by pickling the figs you're adding a bit of both sensations. The whole package is rounded out by a meat no one can argue with — proscuitto — and ricotta cheese for a subtle addition of texture and flavor. Picked figs can be kept for any rainy day, but they make an excellent addition to a sandwich like this. See all prosciutto recipes. Click here to see 8 Fantastic Fig Recipes.
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3.5
Canned Tuna Sandwich
OK, maybe I actually used fancy oil-packed tuna for this recipe, but canned tuna works just as well. If you decide to buy tuna stored in water, then you'll probably want to add a tablespoon or two of oil to the recipe below.  This open-faced sandwich is light, crunchy, and gets a mild hint of spice from the chile flakes. Feel free to top it with another piece of bread if you wish, but then make sure that both slices are thin so it doesn't overpower the main ingredients inside.  Click here for 8 Sweet and Savory Sandwiches. 
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3.25
Avocado toast already feels like a pretty fancy dish, but adding lobster makes this decadent brunch dish even more Insta-worthy.Recipe courtesy of Get Maine Lobster.
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Vegetable Bean
Admittedly, it’s not the prettiest vegetable dish. But, I swear to you, it tastes and smells a lot better than it looks. I guess the dried red kidney bean was sort of an unfortunate choice (color-wise), so feel free to substitute another kind of dried bean for this soup if purplish-brown doesn’t do it for you. Click here to see Slow Cooker Challenge. 
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2.125