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Recipes for curries vary almost more than any other dish, which is great because you can hardly go wrong. Curries make delicious use of last night’s roast pork, chicken, beef, or seafood, and they are a wonderful way to serve just vegetables as a main course. Use two cups of cooked meat, as in our family staple here, eggplant and chicken curry; it’s Brendan’s favorite. Or make a curry of cauliflower florets and sugar snap peas as a meatless variation. Either way, make it as spicy as you wish, tasting as you go, adding small amounts of curry powder and chile paste until the heat is just right for you. Curry powder is a combination of spices whose potency varies with the manufacturer; some have more cumin and coriander, others more ginger and chili powder. Since this isn’t a book about the nuances of South Asian cooking, I’ll not insist you make your own, but I do hope you’ll sample a few curry powders to find your favorite. As for rice, use what you have, but I love basmati and jasmine rice. You can even use brown rice.
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‘Big Bang Theory’ Sheldon’s Spicy “Bazinga” Chicken
Perfect for your Emmy party, Sheldon’s Spicy “Bazinga” Chicken will kick up the heat. Szechuan peppercorns are a staple in Asian cooking; they add some heat and leave your mouth feeling slightly numb and tingly. Szechuan chiles are red chiles that are normally used to add flavor to a dish, but are not often eaten. Click Here to See More Chicken Recipes
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Maple Candy Pork Chops
My friend Rory coined the name when she was serving these to her 3-year-old. Her rule: Whenever a dish is remotely sweet — and thanks to a maple syrup marinade, this one is — use the word “candy” in the name. Instant hit. — Jenny Rosenstrach, Dinner: The Playbook Click Here to See More Pork Chop Recipes  
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Chef Qui's recipe this month shows us that chocolate does not have to just be eaten for dessert. This Green Curry Mole Chicken dish shows how chocolate can be used in a unique and delicious way. 
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Easy to make and good for you, these soy nut clusters will win you over as soon as you pop one in your mouth. 
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Pad See Ew
Pad see ew, which directly translates to "stir-fried (with) soy sauce," is standard lunch fare among Thais and is very popular in restaurants outside of Thailand. My recipe incorporates flat rice noodles pan-fried with chicken, gai lan, and a special mixture of Siamese seasonings creating the ultimate comfort food perfect for any level of home cook.
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Create an even healthier version of sushi with this recipe using parsnip-rice. 
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Shiitake Mushroom Stir-Fry
This stir-fry recipe is simple and delicious. It's perfect for a quiet night at home, and lunch the next day! See all recipes for mushrooms. Click here to see Bountiful Basil Recipes.
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Gator Tail Picadillo
It's the meat that tastes like chicken (of course) and smells like fish, but you won't smell a thing because I cook ground gator meat in a mixture of herbs and spices, like cinnamon, cumin, and oregano. This is a great dish to try if you're in the mood to take a walk on the wild side. Click here to see Best Alligator Recipes.
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Because my kids are always asking for protein bars, I wanted to come up with a simpler, homemade, less processed version. I was so excited to come up with a delicious, easy-to-make, "mini-meal-replacement" bar. This one requires no baking, so it is a speedy staple for peanut-friendly houses or schools. These are great as an after-school or after-sports snack. 
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Gluten-Free Cacao Cornbread
Raw cacao... in a cornbread recipe? Sure. Why not? I mean a girl’s gotta love her cornbread, right? And what’s cornbread without a little added natural sweetness from agave and raw cacao. It’s a perfect dessert, a decadent breakfast, toasted with nut butter, or a lovely lunch enjoyed toasted as croutons atop a salad. Or just simply eaten alone. It’s that good. Yes, it’s just that good. The raw cacao takes the cake in this gluten-free treat... no pun intended.
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Filled with lean meat and vegetables, this recipe for Greek-Style Burritos will have you on track and eating right! 
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