Sarah Tenaglia

Make the sauce from scratch and serve with store-bought tortellini for an easy, fresh dinner.
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Indian-Spiced Salmon & Rice
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A little garam masala (an Indian spice blend) gives salmon a kick.
Buffalo Chicken Sandwiches
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The same great combo as buffalo wings (hot sauce, blue cheese, chicken, and celery), but even easier to eat!
Caribbean Jerk Chicken
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This spicy-sweet dish is a crowd-pleaser (and it's pretty, too)!
Put the dressing in a little container, toss the rest of the stuff in a resealable container—and make your co-workers jealous come lunch time.
Cilantro Rice
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If you have a batch of this rice in your freezer, dinner's already halfway done.
Your future self will thank you for making a big batch of this delicious chicken.
Mexican Pimento Cheese Dip
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You'd better make a double batch, because this easy pimento cheese dip will disappear FAST.
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Rosemary Ham & Cheese Twists
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It's everything you love about a ham and cheese sandwich, but better!
These mini phyllo-shell snacks are almost too cute to eat.
The most important meal of the day gets all dressed up for dinner.
Check out these delish recipes.
With two types of peppers each, these recipes pack just enough mild spice to help you wake up weeknight dinners without breaking a sweat.
Here’s a bright idea to kick the late-winter blues right off your plate: Add zest to your cooking with citrus, in season and everywhere right now.
Supper in one step for under $3! Put the ingredients in a single pot (or skillet or baking dish) and in 30 minutes, dinner’s done!
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