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    A dish of Syrian origin, Middle Eastern cooking. Served over rice. Cooking time includes marinating.

    Recipe #233666

    Serve these crunchy avocado slices as an appetizer with salsa, or with fish and tartar sauce. Half are coated with whole-wheat flour and the other hald with cornmeal.

    Recipe #206688

    Great for the kids! Hamburger meat makes the crust that is then filled with yummy pizza toppings. Quick to put together. Taken from "The Complete Family Cook Book".

    Recipe #212419

    This soup is best when it's eaten the same day it's cooked. I believe it's taken from Cooking Light, but not positive.

    Recipe #241315

    Taken from the "Wonderful Ways to Prepare Chicken" cookbook.

    Recipe #212455

    Nice, tasty chowder from BH&G, on the lighter side.

    Recipe #202239

    Taken from the Food Network. Posted for ZWT3.

    Recipe #235456

    Posted for ZWT3, taken from the net. In Sweden, these spicy hamburgers are frequently served with a fried egg set atop each, in which case they are made larger and thicker

    Recipe #235549

    Nice light tuna sandwiches, served in pita halves. Great for a lighter lunch. Taken from the "Great Tasting Money Saving Meals" cookbook.

    Recipe #214780

    Fun-filled meal, especially for kids. But I have to admit, I like the visual on my plate too! You can adapt the filling to suit your needs, by adding any longer, eye-appealing veggie you desire. If you took out the chicken, would be nice to present at a casual dinner party. Enjoy! Note: you can use any dressing on the bottom, sometimes blue cheese isn't very kid friendly, so maybe try some ranch or your favorite homemade dressing!

    Recipe #202871

    Beef chunks, tomatoes, mushrooms, carrots and onion bake slowly together, demanding next to no attention from the cook. When done, just spoon over pasta and enjoy! Taken from the Sunset "More Low Fat Recipes" cookbook. Haven't tried it yet, but am looking forward to doing so.

    Recipe #202854

    Taken from Food Network (Emeril). Adult drink. This Emeril show was a tribute to Kentucky.

    Recipe #233696

    Mushroom appetizers stuffed with shrimp mixture and served warm.

    Recipe #211981

    Old fashioned English desserts of pureed and whole fruit combined with whipped cream. A simple, comforting dessert. Taken from BH&G.

    Recipe #216365

    This appetizer is wonderful when vine-ripened tomatoes are in season. You can also spoon the mixture over grilled chicken or fish for a nice change.

    Recipe #202176

    Taken from the Light & Tasty magazine. Posted for safe keeping until I give it a try.

    Recipe #206643

    Avocado halves filled with crabmeat mixture and served warm. Sounds delish, but haven't tried it yet.

    Recipe #211984

    Despite its Oriental-sounding name, this is an Italian dish. Taken from the "Quick and Healthy Low Fat Cooking" cookbook.

    Recipe #210787

    Turkey Tamale Pie is prepared in a skillet on top of the stove. It will be soft and spoonable is served right away; but if made ahead, it will set and then it can be cut into wedges. Ground beef can be substituted for the turkey. Taken from the Family Circle Cookbook.

    Recipe #206677

    An unexpected zing in this appetizer. Easy to prepare and beautiful to serve. Taken from the "From Storebought to Homemade" cookbook. Note: cooking time is refrigeration time.

    Recipe #214878

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