If you love blue cheese salad dressing but always feel guilty enjoying it, this recipe that uses Greek yogurt as a base is an easy and healthier version of it. The slight sweetness in flavor that Greek yogurt adds some extra flavor that makes this salad dressing unique to its counterparts.    Click here to see more recipes that use Greek yogurt.
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Iceberg BLT Wedge With Blue Cheese Croutons
Think of this as an inside-out BLT with the added bonus of creamy blue cheese. Recipe courtesy of The Beekman 1802 Heirloom Vegetable Cookbook.
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Krusteaz penguins
Looking for a fun, wintery spin on your everyday sugar cookie? Top off this simple recipe with an adorable chocolate candy penguin to delight your kids and friends this holiday season.This recipe is courtesy of Krusteaz.
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Saturday Afternoon Salad
Whoever said salad wasn't man food hasn't tried this salad. The secret? Fritos corn chips, fried ground beef, and Italian dressing. Of course, since it's a salad, there's plenty of good-for-you stuff in there, too. It's a perfect meal to kick back and relax with on say, a Saturday afternoon. Click here to see 7 Things You Didn't Know You Could Make with Potato Chips.
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Club Sandwich
Born from an elusive past, the club sandwich (like all great things in history) was supposedly created accidentally by a ravenous man in the late 1800s. Sure, the first sandwich may have been a crude amalgamation of bread and cold meats. But today, the club sandwich has evolved into several diners’ signature, staple dish. This multi-layered, flavor-packed luncheon special is easy to make and even easier to customize. This recipe is from a member of our Culinary Content Network, Judith Hannemann, and is given a kick of spice from a pesto mayonnaise.Click here to see 10 Classic Summer Sandwich RecipesClick here for 30 Sandwich Recipes Better Than Mom Used to Makeclick here for The Best Sandwich in Every State Gallery
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"After all of the heavy eating on Thanksgiving Day, it is normal to feel full for the remaining week. But, with a bounty of leftovers, it is the perfect opportunity to feed your friends and keep the Thanksgiving entertainment going. I like to make my friends delicious Turkey BLTs with Sriracha Mayo. It is a great way to use my leftover turkey. The sandwiches aren't too heavy, so there are no flashbacks of too much stuffing and pumpkin pie."
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Steak Salad
Marinate the skirt steak for several hours or overnight before grilling. Serve with your favorite dressing or a squeeze of fresh lime juice and a drizzle of olive oil.Click here to see 6 Great Grilling Recipes
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Combine spicy Mexican flavors and quacamole in a twist on a classic club sandwich.  Click here to see 10 Great Bacon and Avocado Recipes
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This recipe takes a ballpark favorite — the hot dog —and a California favorite — Southwestern flavors — to create a unique, signature dish for Angels fans to enjoy.
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The Ultimate Cobb Salad
The definitive "chopped salad," the Cobb was invented in Hollywood, at the Brown Derby restaurant, and quickly became an iconic American dish. At the Derby, it was always presented with its colorful mix of ingredients arranged neatly arranged, then tossed at the table.
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Little Alley's Wedge Salad
Fancy a steakhouse-style dinner for two at home? Start with this wedge salad, made truly special with a homemade blue cheese dressing. Or, if you're pressed for time, you can start with store-bought blue cheese dressing and stir in the same herbs and spices.
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Who said nachos have to be hot, anyway? This "no-bake" recipe captures all of their essence without preheating the oven. Plus, it makes it easy on mom to put together a quick side dish for dinner.  Click here to see 10 Back-to-School Recipes to Make Your Kids Happy
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