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Salsa with Fish
This sweet, tender halibut is perfect as is, or can be topped with a Roasted Tomato and Jalapeno Salsa. Try serving it alongside a lightly-dressed green salad. 
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Four quick and easy crudos.
Crudos are served in restaurants everywhere — why not at home, too? Appetizer or entrée, it's the perfect summer dish. All you need is fresh fish, olive oil, different accents and seasonings, and a sharp knife. If you read my recipes, you'll notice that I'm a heat-freak, a pepperhead — well, these recipes are no different. A few different minced peppers as accents — jalapeño, Fresno, serrano — these can make all the difference. In January, I scored some paiche (a giant Amazonian freshwater fish that has not been regularly available in the U.S., if at all) at New York's Chelsea Market. The texture has been described as somewhere between cod and Chilean sea bass. It worked as a crudo with a little olive oil, lemon, and salt — though the texture trended more toward Chilean sea bass. Even then, I had to add some heat though. It was an outrageous combination of not-easy-to-pair ingredients: paiche and bhut jolokia (second-hottest pepper in the world at the time). Hot? A little (wink). Tasty? Yes. Ridiculous? You bet. These recipes aren't as spicy. But they are simple and delicious. Use different citrus juices, salts, and kinds of salts as you taste and match accents to see what you like. Click here to see No-Cook Dishes for Hot Summer Nights.
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jam
Growing up, jam was a household staple. There were always one or two jars in the refrigerator to choose from. For breakfast we would slather it on toast, pancakes, waffles, and biscuits, sometimes with nut butter; we’d even slather it on roasted chicken at lunch or dinnertime! I love this recipe because after twenty short minutes you have delicious fresh jam without any of the added refined sugars and preservatives that store-bought jam has. This recipe is also unique in that it uses chia seeds. I love chia seeds in jam (and in smoothies) because they create a wonderful thickness.My favorite fruits for this jam are quartered or halved strawberries, whole blueberries, whole raspberries, or coarsely chopped figs. If you use fruit with lots of seeds, like raspberries or figs, cut the amount of chia seeds to 1 tablespoon. Because of the chia seeds, I don’t recommend canning this jam.Recipe courtesy of Lexi's Clean Kitchen, click here to purchase her cookbook, Lexi's Clean Kitchen: 150 Delicious Paleo-Friendly Recipes to Nourish Your Life.
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You've never had a quesadilla like this, and it's ready in a jiffy.
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Quick and Easy cheese Danish is a great recipe to have in your repetoire. It is fabulous as a breakfast or brunch item but also serves well as a dessert pastry which pairs well with both tea and coffee. These are simple to make for a Holiday morning and your family with really enjoy the addition of fresh berries, fruit compote or even jam!
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Parmesan Wafers
A thin wafer made just from finely grated parmesan cheese baked in the oven. It's wonderful as an elegant topper for your salads or entrees. As a bonus, they are gluten-free.-**Jubes**This recipe is courtesy of **Jubes** via Food.com.
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Summer Pasta Salad
Recipe Courtesy of BanzaThis summer pasta salad is perfectly balanced: Apple cider vinegar gives a touch of acid, while mayonnaise adds richness. The recipe is rounded out with fresh dill and a hint of Worcestershire sauce. Make this for a picnic for some happy guests.Click here for 50 Salads for Spring and Summer 
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Best Casserole Book
Alfredo sauce is credited to Chef Alfredo di Lello, who combined it with cooked fettuccine in the early 1900s. Since then, we’ve found many ways to use this sauce and even make changes in its preparation. In this simple-to-make version, cream cheese replaces the cream in the original sauce.Click here to see the Pasta and Chicken Alfredo recipe. Adapted from “The Best Casserole Cookbook Ever” by Beatrice Ojakangas.
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Incredibly easy to make, this low-sodium mushroom broth is a great base for soups, stocks, and sauces. 
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http://www.amazon.com/Are-Having-Any-Fun-Yet/dp/0062370006
From Are We Having Any Fun Yet? by Sammy Hagar. Copyright © 2015 by Sammy Hagar. Reprinted by permission of Dey Street Books, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers.
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Eggs
Though microwave cooking may not be chef-endorsed, it does help cut down on time like in this fast and simple casserole recipe. 
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Quick and Easy Chicken Salad
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This Chicken salad is Quick Easy and Delish...
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