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    2 Reviews |  By Jessy M

    From Taste of Home, this is a great one-dish meal. My 8 year old son ate it and didn't even realize he was eating spinach! Don't let some of the ingredients throw you off, they work amazingly well together.

    Recipe #436585

    This was in the local paper in a 4th of July menu by Bobby Flay. Very refreshing!

    Recipe #431128

    This is so fun.. We have been making this for years, but never were exact with our measurements. This is from Martha Stewart.

    Recipe #172951

    This is really good! Serve with fresh veggies such as sugar snap peas, radishes, string beans, carrots....

    Recipe #202182

    This is from Jerk From Jamaica. This is what they say.. Remember the formula for a perfect rum punch: 1 portion of sour, 2 portions of sweet, 3 portions of strong, 4 portions of weak. This looks beautiful served in a punch bowl with a pretty ice ring layered with orange slices and cherry halves.

    Recipe #229442

    Another recipe from my favorite magazine, Coastal Living.

    Recipe #427945

    From Cooking Light. Delicious!

    Recipe #284824

    I got this recipe from a cooking class about gourmet gifts from the kitchen at Sur la Table. It really is very nice. I have put these in baskets filled with other "gifts from the kitchen" for my neighbors at holiday time.

    Recipe #428154

    Delicious recipe from Coastal Living.

    Recipe #428151

    This is from Sunset Magazine. I belong to a CSA so this is perfect because it uses a lot of the produce I am getting right now. So fresh and delicious! Great on salads and steamed vegetables. Zaar is not taking "spring onions" as an ingredient. You can use green onions or spring onions.

    Recipe #427947

    This sounds reallly good. I got the recipe from Bon Appetit. Sounds refreshing.

    Recipe #178179

    This is from Cooking Light. I love it but if you do not like Sambuca (licorice flavor liqueur) then just omit it. Did not include the time it takes to freeze. Enjoy!!!

    Recipe #237898

    From Cooking Light. This is a fantastic summer recipe! I posted this as an appetizer but it is also great as a main dish served with a simple salad.

    Recipe #427946

    I found this in the new issue of, my favorite magazine, Coastal Living. It sounds perfect to post for ZWT 2006. I have not tried it but this is a recipe that is right up my alley! Can't wait to make this!

    Recipe #175171

    I am posting this for ZWT 3. Store the leftovers in the refrigerator in a tightly closed jar for up to 1 month. From Jerk from Jamaca

    Recipe #229423

    This recipe is from The San Jose Mercury News. "Adding a tablespoon of lavender buds to 1 cup of sugar yields a very light lavender aroma. For a more intense flavor, add another teaspoon of buds."

    Recipe #430804

    This recipe is from Coastal Living. The miso vinaigrette they use is recipe #285289. It is so delicious!

    Recipe #428252

    Great salad. I took a cooking class where we made chickpea fritters and they were so good that it made me research more recipes using chickpeas. I found this and it is so good! From Real Simple magazine.

    Recipe #427948

    This is a wonderful dish from Staub.

    Recipe #168623

    I got this recipe from a cooking class I took on "Gourmet Gifts From the Kitchen" at Sur La Table. These small tart pickled apples are excellent served with roast pork or turkey. Beautiful in a basket of homemade gifts. The apples will keep up to 1 year. Once opened, keep them refrigerated.

    Recipe #428156

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