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    Some of my Zaar favourites!
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    Outstanding burger with an excellent Relish!!! Found this gem in “Muscle & Fitness” Magazine (Aug ‘05). Hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #130650

    2 Reviews |  By An_Net

    The great thing about corn fritters is that they are perfect anytime of the day. Have them at breakfast with a little wilted spinach, some bacon and roast tomatoes. Serve them at lunch with a salad of arugula, feta and salmon. Use them for dinner as the base to any seafood or chicken dish. When entertaining serve mini-fritters as a canape topped with a little smoked chicken and mango salsa. The options are endless and I trust that once you give this recipe a try, you will soon be adding to the list of endless possibilities. This recipe makes about 12 fritters so depending on what you are using them for adjust it accordingly.

    Recipe #249553

    48 Reviews |  By Marie

    From www.TopSecretRecipes.com Why buy expensive dressings? This is SO good!

    Recipe #54739

    This is simply lean beef and kidney beans in a delicious cinnamon and cumin-scented stew, with lots of parsley and chives and a splash of lemon juice. The unusual color is from turmeric, and it's best served with rice.

    Recipe #94941

    I needed some pineapple preserves to make Ang1102's Recipe #168803. No problem I thought, I'll just pick some up at my corner store. No luck, They didn't have any so I thought no problem, I'll just get a recipe off of zaar. No luck!, I went on a search and was attracted to this recipe because it only uses 2 ingredients and looked easy. Boy did I get lucky with this one! From Food Down Under. EDIT: Thanks to Diana, I was able to change the title to award winning! Check her review for making these preserves even better!

    Recipe #226245

    2 Reviews |  By Kater

    This recipe comes from the Seattle P-I. I'm posting here so that I don't lose it! It sounds delicious!

    Recipe #227974

    Carpaccio refers to a dish that has been very thinly sliced for presentation. This could we served as an entree for a elegant dinner. This comes from a book called ‘The Australian Heritage Cookbook’ by R & R Publications Marketing Pty Ltd

    Recipe #218716

    8 Reviews |  By Dib's

    This is a really good recipe-feel free to add another 1/2 tbsp ginger if you like.

    Recipe #9931

    One of two Runner-Up recipes for 1993 in the San Francisco Chronicle, from Jacqueline Higuera McMahan.

    Recipe #189395

    This is one of the original recipes for Taco salad, according to my Aunt. This is the one she always makes for our Family Reunions.

    Recipe #209642

    8 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is for salmon lovers. I made as a dip but it can be served as a salad, or a wrap or in your favorite bread. Addion of chopped olives in this is also yummy! And if you don't enjoy eat it because it's good for you! ;) Salmon is low in calories and saturated fat, and high in protein, and a healthy fat, the omega-3 essential fatty acids.Which are essential for human health but because they cannot be made by the body, they must be obtained from foods. Wild-caught salmon, are higher in omega-3 fatty acids than warm water fish. Besides an excellent source of omega-3s, salmon are an excellent source of selenium, a very good source of protein, niacin and vitamin B12, and a good source of phosphorous, magnesium and vitamin B6.

    Recipe #205973

    From a Women's Weekly Dinner Party Cookbook. A nice change from plain rice! If you have any leftovers, add some cooked peas, canned tuna & some cream for an easy tuna rice dish, yum!

    Recipe #216575

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