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    From I'm looking for a way to use up some pie cherries from the farmer's market, and I think I may have found a winner here. Let me know what you think! Note: cooking time includes chilling time.

    Recipe #376734

    From Healthy Cooking. I may add more tuna. PLEASE NOTE: As written, these are fairly bland. I am leaving the recipe that way for the benefit of folks feeding picky little ones. In the future, though, I will add some dill and Dijon mustard, or perhaps oregano and LOTS more garlic!

    Recipe #447372

    I got this from Vegweb years ago and want to document it so I don't lose it again!

    Recipe #440330

    Adapted from the Ingles grocery circular 6/28. This is a veggie-filled omelet drizzled with a balsamic vinegar reduction...who could ask for anything more? I didn't make this exactly as written--mine turned into a good ol' American omelet with no slits and trifolds LOL. It was a great light dinner served with a salad and Recipe #221623. The reduction sounds fancy but it is quick, easy, and quite worth the effort. The flavor was so delicious! This is such a great use for the chard that is so abundant around here at this time of year. I added extra cheese for DH's, so you might want to eyeball that ingredient. Note: the original recipe calls for all egg substitute, but I prefer to mix in at least a few real eggs.

    Recipe #379467

    I made this tonight to accompany recipe #63446. and wow was it yummy! It is from the January 2011 issue of Cooking Light. and I am posting with a few minor tweaks. I only had one can of coconut milk tonight, and as I looked at the two recipes I realized I needed double that. A little internet sleuthing brought me to a way of making coconut milk at home (without buying a whole coconut!) so I thought I would post it here in case others ever need that emergency substitution. PLEASE NOTE: Cook time here does not include marinating time of 2 hours.

    Recipe #449896

    I got this from, and it is absolutely delicious! We don't eat pork, so it is nice to find a recipe for barbecue that we can enjoy. It is also quite easy to throw together in the crock pot. I took a little time to throw this together and toss some cole slaw together, and by the time the chicken was ready the slaw was marinated and delicious! NB: The original recipe calls for ground chipotle instead of cajoun seasoning. I'm sure it is yummy either way! Also, the sauce will seem thin until you get the chicken shredded and mixed back in. Enjoy!

    Recipe #418493

    This is a recipe I copied out of the current (May 2010) issue of Real Simple magazine. I'm altering it a bit here to reflect my family's preferences. The original recipe calls for 16 oz noodles, 24 oz salmon, and 1 clove garlic. When I serve this I will likely mix the glaze into the noodles instead of dividing it amongst plates.

    Recipe #424007

    OK, so I made these for the benefit of my toddler but DH and I were equally as pleased with them :). Right now DS won't touch zucchini or carrots, so these were the result of some mama sneak-age. I am posting them as I made them, but next time I am likely to decrease the sugar just a touch. I used a variety of flours as I like to mix it up, but I'm sure just ww or white would be fine, too. Enjoy!

    Recipe #383825

    This is the result of a mad craving for green chile when I didn't have the time to make enchiladas or casserole. I must say this definitely sates the inner chile demon, or at least keeps it at bay for another day...

    Recipe #320916

    This is a recipe I found when DH kept hounding me for a mushroom soup one winter! It is a great way to get some greens and whole grains in, even in the winter if you use frozen greens. I'm sure any could sub for the collards, and you could vary the taste (ie make it zippier with mustard greens, etc.). I hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #315099

    Low fat pound cake?! Yes!! This recipe comes from The Best Kept Secrets of Healthy Cooking. I took it to a party last night, and it was absolutely devoured. It is great for those who crave the texture/flavor of pound cake but NOT the pounds!

    Recipe #239672

    This is from The Fitness Kitchen by Shelly Sinton. It caught my eye as a quite unique vegetarian sandwich filling, so though she lists the spread as part of a larger sandwich recipe (with olives, chives, feta, tomato, and lettuce on lavash) I am singling out the spread recipe for my own uses.

    Recipe #384378

    From Healthy Cooking, but with my changes. The original recipe called for 1/2 lb turkey Italian Sausage and 1/2 lb ground beef with no mushrooms, which I'm sure would be fine. I added the fennel to sort of capture that sausage feel. If you use home-canned tomatoes you may want to drain just a bit; mine came out a little bit watery.

    Recipe #349843

    From Let', posted for ZWT 6. Prep time does not include boiling eggs.

    Recipe #425593

    Just got this in an email from and I don't want to lose it! Will update as soon as I make it...

    Recipe #349779

    These are similar to Recipe #161166 but I believe I have change it up enough to warrant a new post. These are a delicious change of pace from plain ol' chocolate chip cookies, and I love to make them as a treat for Christmas gift tins! Good luck staying out of the dough--it tastes even better than the finished product! ETA: I am editing the recipe following Katzen's review--this year I think I have gotten it right :).

    Recipe #343138

    I threw this together tonight to use up some stuff from the fridge, and the result was REALLY tasty and fairly healthy! It also makes a smaller amount than most baked pasta recipes, which I appreciate since it is just DH and I. The measurements for spices are approximate, and you can definitely play with the veggies and throw in whatever moves ya!

    Recipe #269159

    This is from Stonyfield Farms; who'da thunk of yogurt in alfredo sauce? I am posting here for safekeeping. I can already tell it's gonna need some garlic...

    Recipe #361830

    These are oat-based, which makes the different from other strawberry scones on Zaar. The original recipe is from Prevention; I have made some tweaks to suit our preferences. See the directions below for ingredients/instructions for an optional strawberry glaze.

    Recipe #399460

    This is from the July/August 2009 Vegetarian Times, a reader recipe shared by Deb Barley of Elizabethtown, PA. Posting here for safekeeping!

    Recipe #380848

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