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Your Menu for the week of June 12, 2017

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    Turkey Burgers with Spicy Slaw

    With a slathering of barbecue sauce and a topping of slaw, these juicy burgers may remind you more of pulled pork than turkey. That’s a good thing.

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    Thai-Style Stir-Fried Chicken and Basil

    Craving your favorite Thai dish, but want to stay in tonight? No problem. This stir-fry is simple to make, quick, and delicious, so it won't disappoint. If you like, finish the dish with a mix of fresh cilantro and mint instead of basil.  Video:  Watch the Homegrown/Homemade team demonstrate how to make this recipe. 

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    Striped Bass en Papillote

    Roasting fish in packets (en papillote) allows it to steam in its own juices, intensifying its flavor. Substitute black bass or halibut if striped bass is unavailable.

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    Grilled Steak and Watercress Sandwiches

    Peppery watercress is a perfect counterpoint to the bold flavors of the dressing on this super-size and satisfying sandwich.

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    Crab and Corn Cakes with Lime Sour Cream

    Classic crab cakes get a subtle Tex-Mex treatment with the addition of corn and a refreshing lettuce and cilantro salad on the side.

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