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    body { background: url("http://i10.photobucket.com/albums/a132/tgifford/stripes.jpg"); background-repeat: repeat; } My recipes with four reviews. Too many for 1-2-3 Hit Wonders and not enough for Zaar Stars (five or more reviews). Have a look and make one of these treats a star. :D
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    Dress up those canned baked beans with a few simple ingredients you probably have on hand already. Quick and easy. From "The Vegetarian Gourmet's Easy Low-Fat Favorites".

    Recipe #65285

    My personal rendition of a WW recipe that I love because it packs all the flavors of NOLA while managing to be both fast and light. The level of heat here varies so much based on your brand of Cajun spice and sausage - so taste and adjust accordingly. For those who *do* count points, try finding the lowfat chicken andouille sausage. Half the points of the regular so you can add more to the dish. (Points confirmed on WW Recipe Builder.)

    Recipe #292597

    A simple dessert or breakfast that brings together two Mediterranean classics. Though the recipe calls for either white or turbinado sugar, the later yields a better carmelization on the figs. Have not tried brown sugar but it may also work quite well.

    Recipe #135340

    When my nephew was just three, I made potatoes Dauphinoise for Mother’s Day. He spent the evening nibbling on "dolphin potatoes." That memory came back to me as this was in the oven and has been named for him. The preparation of this Italian-French inspired dish goes quickly and leaves you with a lovely company worthy dish, but don’t let that stop you from making it for the family. The best part is no one will know that the sinfully rich sauce is light and low-fat.

    Recipe #116362

    The addition of crushed lemon-drops adds a light crunch that makes this cookie distinct from most lemon cookies. The result is like a crackle cookie withe chewy bits of tart lemon chips. My family has a long standing tradition of baking cookies for a growing list of family and friends. Baking begins the day after Thanksgiving (while most folks are shopping) and continues right up to Christmas Eve. This recipe comes from a cookbook given to me by my my dear friend Rita L. If properly stored , the cookies keep for two weeks making it well suited for cookie trays. Preparation time uncludes 30 minutes to freeze dough. Please note that because of the candy in the dough, these are very hot and sticky on first removing from the oven. Please take caution.

    Recipe #191725

    Even as a child coffee was one of my favorite flavors in a dessert. Came across this recipe in one of the magazines you pick up at the supermarket. Posting here for safe keeping. According to the publication, these are 240 cal/0g fib/2g fat or 5 points. Cooking time stated is really chilling time.

    Recipe #160363

    This is a modification of a recipe from a nifty cookbook my boss gave me for my birthday. (I guess everyone I know has figured out, when in doubt a good cookbook makes the perfect gift.) The original recipe was conceived by Jeffrey Murphy of GB Ratto & Co. My modifications make this dish a little lighter while preserving the terrific flavors of the original. Because this salad is vegan, it travels very well and would make a nice addition at a picnic or potluck.

    Recipe #151706

    A crunchy flavor packed tuna salad that would work great for lunch or a light supper. The original recipe first appeared in Jolie Warner's "take a can of tuna" and as presented includes my modifications. What distinguishes this recipe is the addition of fresh basil which adds a sweet grassy flavor in contrast to the heat of the curry. Serve sandwiches with a crispy salad and enjoy. You could also turn this into an entree salad and serve pita wedges on the side. As presented, this is intended to be eaten shortly after preparation. If you are planning to chill it a few hours, I would suggest scaling back the curry powder as the flavor grows stronger and overshadows the other flavors in the salad.

    Recipe #216561

    With fall quickly approaching, I'm looking to expand my collection of comforting soups. Though I have not tried this one yet, it looks like it has great possibilities.

    Recipe #138565

    A Weight Watchers recipe for an elegant but easy side dish. Posting it here to save for my Easter menu but thought other chefs might be interested as well. (Core or 2 points)

    Recipe #213918

    At 4:00 p.m. my friend and co-host announces that the guest list for our New Years party has jumped by 10 or 15 people. Not wanting to make another trip to the store, I begin a little pantry expedition to see if I could up with another appetizer to fill in. Found some crescent rolls but didn't want to do a Mexican or Southwestern flavored pinwheel so I came up with this instead.

    Recipe #149989

    Another entry in my collection of oatmeal combinations. This one is a little bit odd but the results are surprsingly good. I have presented it here to match my own desired consistency, but you should adjust to your own tastes.

    Recipe #203794

    Thinking ahead to Cinco de Mayo and stumbled on this recipe. Thought others might want to join me for the occasion so I am posting this untried.

    Recipe #223966

    Love couscous? Then this one may be for you. A fluffy bed of semolina topped with a rich wintery stew of squash ahd tomatoes. What's not to like? Described as a side dish, this would be a great meatless meal. Recently snagged this one from the Internet and posting here for safekeeping.

    Recipe #162260

    A simple snack that children and adults will enjoy. Indeed depending on their age, kids can either be helpers or make this on their own. Based on a recipe found in Everyday Food. This includes my modification to adapt it to our tastes.

    Recipe #180680

    Biscotti are a wonderful treat. Not a sweet as a more traditional cookie, they work well as a midafternoon snack along with a cup of tea or coffee or as a light ending to a great supper. In addition, these double baked cookies are easy to prepare and store rather well. In this recipe the delightful flavors of chocolate and cherry are paired together. Found this on the Internet and storing it (with my inteneded tweaking) for safe keeping.

    Recipe #151459

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