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Here are the top ten articles for the Quick Cooking Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Chicken with Basil & Sun-Dried Tomatoes Recipe
Throw a few ingredients in the slow cooker and let cook until dinnertime. Very little hands-on time is necessary, and it's delish!
2. Wholemeal Soda Bread Recipe
This not-so-sweet soda bread has a nutty texture due to the Irish oatmeal and whole wheat flour. It is a great accompaniment to all of your favorite Irish main dishes. This is perfect to serve on St. Patrick's Day.
3. Dilled Salmon Hash with Poached Eggs Recipe
Are you looking for a quick and easy brunch dish for Easter or spring? This yummy hash actually uses leftovers - cooked potatoes and salmon - and can be made in less than 30 minutes.
4. Slow Cooker Garlic Cheese Grits Recipe
Think you don't have time to make creamy, flavorful grits? Although they need to cook in the slow cooker for several hours, hands-on time for these yummy grits is only 5-10 minutes. You have time!
5. 6-Week Bran Muffins Recipe
This is an old recipe that is perfect for busy people who like muffins for breakfast. The batter can be made once, then stored in the fridge for six weeks, so all it takes is to scoop batter into the pan and bake while getting ready for the day.
6. Baking for Breakfast Book Review
Need some new and wonderful baked goods for a holiday brunch? This beautiful cookbook has plenty of scrumptious baked goods that are company-worth, as well as great for weekends and family get-togethers.
7. Oven Fried Catfish & Southern Slaw Recipe
Although perfect anytime, this quick meal is perfect to serve on the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday, or anytime traditional "soul food" is called for. The entire dinner can be made in 30 minutes or less.
8. Make Ahead Bread Book Review
No time to spend in the kitchen, but want freshly baked bread for the upcoming holidays? Make Ahead Bread shows you how to spend less time in the kitchen by breaking up the steps and still ending up with fabulous baked goods.
9. Igor's Entrails Recipe
Entrails (also known as guts), are quite disgusting. So why not serve them as part of your annual Halloween BOO-ffet? Actually a take-off on the popular Phat Thai, this dish complete with long stringy things and other bits is delicious.
10. Dilled Salmon with Creamy Leeks & Potatoes Recipe
Looking for a nice dish to serve on St. Patrick's Day? This one is easy, luscious, and authentic Irish. It takes advantage of fresh salmon, which is an Irish mainstay, as well as leeks and potatoes.
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