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Christina's Italian Wedding Soup

Christina's Italian Wedding Soup

Christina's Italian Wedding Soup

I'm big on soups with tiny meatballs and pasta. I double the meatballs, poach them in the broth, remove half and freeze them for another time. Christina Hitchcock, Madison Township, Pennsylvania

Turkey Sausage-Stuffed Acorn Squash

Turkey Sausage-Stuffed Acorn Squash

Turkey Sausage-Stuffed Acorn Squash

Finding healthy recipes the family will eat is a challenge. This elegant squash is one we love, and it works with pork, turkey and chicken sausage. Melissa Birdsong, Waleska, Georgia

Spinach-Pesto White Pizza

Spinach-Pesto White Pizza

Spinach-Pesto White Pizza

When my kids were really small, they were reluctant to eat their veggies and I had to get creative. I figured that because pesto is already green, it would be the perfect place for some spinach. The pizza was a big hit. —Janet Burbach, North Platte, Nebraska
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Roasted Chicken & Red Potatoes

Roasted Chicken & Red Potatoes

Roasted Chicken & Red Potatoes

Pop this homey dinner in the oven for about an hour and enjoy! It's got plenty of flavor—the meat juices help cook the veggies just perfectly. —Sherri Melotik, Oak Creek Wisconsin

Bruschetta Chicken Wrap

Bruschetta Chicken Wrap

Bruschetta Chicken Wrap

As an Italian-American, I love, love, love garlic, tomatoes and basil, all of which are musts for good bruschetta. This recipe was created in celebration of the first tomatoes to come out of our home garden this year. —Gina Rine, Canfield, Ohio

Stir-Fry Rice Bowl

Stir-Fry Rice Bowl

Stir-Fry Rice Bowl

My meatless version of Korean bibimbap is tasty, pretty, and easy to tweak for different spice levels. Koreans usually eat this rice dish with some beef, but I only topped it with an egg. —Devon Delaney, Westport, Connecticut

Turkey & Apricot Wraps

Turkey & Apricot Wraps

Turkey & Apricot Wraps

For these everyday wraps, I combined the traditional Southern appetizer of jam and cream cheese on crackers and the turkey, apple and brie sandwiches we ate at my bridal luncheon. I like to sneak fresh spinach into all sorts of recipes because it has such a mild flavor. —Kim Beavers, North August, South Carolina

Yellow Squash & Watermelon Salad

Yellow Squash & Watermelon Salad

Yellow Squash & Watermelon Salad

I always like to bring this healthy option to parties and potlucks, and people seem to really appreciate that. No oil is necessary for this salad: the lemon juice combines with the feta to lightly coat the bright, fresh ingredients. —Camille Parker, Chicago, Illinois

Mediterranean Chicken Pasta

Mediterranean Chicken Pasta

Mediterranean Chicken Pasta

For special days, I make this cheesy pasta bake loaded with chicken and all sorts of veggies. Want a vegetarian version? Use vegetable stock and garbanzo beans. —Liz Bellville, Jacksonville, North Carolina

Angel Hair with Chicken & Cherries

Angel Hair with Chicken & Cherries

Angel Hair with Chicken & Cherries

Nutmeg and cherries are the new "it" pair. It’s the secret something that really makes the dish. My vegetarian friend likes it just as well without chicken. —Mary Ann Sander, Centralia, Missouri

Chicken & Spinach Lasagnas

Chicken & Spinach Lasagnas

Chicken & Spinach Lasagnas

Homemade noodles and the ease of rotisserie chicken make this yummy lasagna with spinach and fontina a real crowd pleaser. — Kathryn Conrad, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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