Salmon Loaf

A frugal way to eat fish, salmon loaf comes together much like meatloaf. These easy recipes combine canned salmon with breadcrumbs and seasonings to make easy weeknight seafood suppers.

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Atkins - Phase 2

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Herbed Salmon Loaf with Creamed Peas

Diabetic Living

This slimmed-down salmon-and-barley loaf that's topped with low-fat creamed peas is a tasty and healthy addition to a diabetic meal plan.

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Seafood can be fancy, like grilled lobster tails, or casual, like popcorn shrimp, but we like it best when it's a little bit of both. That's why we're big fans of seafood salads. They showcase all the delicate flavors of seafood, but they're also easy to prepare, easy to enjoy and easy to transport. Think parties, potlucks, and summer picnics. To help you explore this deliciously multi-faceted world of seafood salads, we're giving you some of our very favorite recipes. From a traditional dilled seafood salad to a salad packed with scallops, mussels and asparagus, each of theseread more

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Will the New Ranch Dressing Be the New Ketchup?

Everything goes better with ranch dressing. We pour it on salads, on fries, on pizza, on wings, on ice cream. OK, maybe that's taking the love of ranch just a jot too far, but, to be honest, if Ben & Jerry's comes out with a ranch-flavored fro-yo, we'd totally try it.

Patio Party! The Lazy Hostess's Guide to Easy Summer Entertaining

In summer, the urge to entertain can hit you out of the blue. You've primped your patio, the sun umbrella is unfurled, the gas grill is all tanked up, and the deck chairs are just begging for company. You spontaneously pick up the phone to call your besties, with visions of sipping gin and tonics, and listening to oh, say, "Endless Summer" dancing in your head. But, wait -- that also means you'll have to feed everybody, which means that instead of kicking back with a cocktail watching the sun set, you're going to be standing over the stoveread more

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