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    3 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This hearty soup combines the natural sweetness of caramelized onions with leek and mushrooms. The nutty flavor of wild rice adds something special. You can use brown rice if you prefer. This can be vegetarian by using veggie broth in place of the ask for meat broth. A food processor will make short work of the chopping.

    Recipe #480733

    Super-simple and sooooo good. Perfect for that sweet/salty craving. And only 3 ingredients! From glam.com. Try these at your next girls' night!

    Recipe #307807

    Taken from April 2011 Bon Appetit: "The carrots used in this recipe are true whole baby carrots, each usually about three to four inches long and about half an inch wide."

    Recipe #453912

    A recipe from Ricardo posted for ZWT8 India

    Recipe #485261

    Recipe #403029

    The simplest of treatments often brings out the best of flavours. Do these in the fry pan or on a BBQ. We like our lamb chops cooked though rather than pink... and we often use more olive oil than stated because then the fat around the edge of the chops caramalises and gets lovely and crispy. Cooking time is approximate because it really depends on how rare to well done you prefer your meat and how thick your chops are. *DO* pick these up and eat them with your fingers. Guests thought we were mad but after trying them, sticky fingers all around the table were diving into the serving dish for more! I have some small hand towels that I dampen slightly and wrap well in cling film before everyone arrives. Put them in the microwave for a minute or so, hand them out to guests to clean their hands on afterwards, but be careful, there will be a lot of steam as the first bit of cling film comes off, but it's a classy cleanup and guest will be impressed :) ZWT REGION: New Zealand.

    Recipe #202598

    Eggplant Parmesan, an Italian standby, is one of my favorite dishes. We developed this quick version so that I could have it more often. It’s super low in carbs and fat, and you won’t even miss the breading. - Dr. Mike Moreno

    Recipe #489337

    I found this online. The spices are optional, I used the cinnamon only. Also, they don't keep well, so gobble them up quickly!

    Recipe #487115

    From the fabulous cookbook La Dolce Vegan. Feel free to substitute your favorite fresh fruit in season: peaches, berries, etc.; even dried fruit, etc. Couscous is ideal for breakfast as it is not only nutritious but cooks very quickly. Living the Dolce Vegan!

    Recipe #169254

    From TOH magazine. These pretty little tartlets would make a great addition to a mini-dessert tray! Times are estimates and don't include chilling time.

    Recipe #373482

    Sounds good for an appetizer; recieved in an email *10/24/13- made with white rice. I reserved 1/3 of the sauce and in the last 15 minutes I drained all the sauce/juices from the pan and poured the reserved sauce over the wings and continued cooking; next time I will add some cornstarch and cook to reduce down and then add (per gailanng review) to get a nice glaze.*

    Recipe #410505

    This traditional southern dish is from Virginia Willis cookbook, Bon Appetit, Y'all. More of her recipes can be found at www.virginiawillis.com.

    Recipe #447807

    3 Reviews |  By katew

    Taken from a Carnation milk promotion.

    Recipe #408261

    Found thru Pinterest, this is similar to the Tastefully Simple beer bread recipes, with the addition of bacon and cheddar. Tasty, with a nice crust, this takes no time to mix together, and you have great, hot bread in less than 75 minutes. Credit for recipe goes to The Slow Roasted Italian blogspot.

    Recipe #477685

    This is my favorite way of making bacon, no mess, no cleanup! Comes out just like fried bacon crispy, fries in the oven in it's own bacon grease. The pepper is optional.

    Recipe #393035

    This is a recipe I got off the food network from Ellie Krieger's Healthy Recipes. I added an optional banana and substituted splenda for the sugar

    Recipe #171906

    Came from Ina Garten from the FoodNetwork. She makes it with a grapefruit and avocado salad. I choose to make it with a regular salad and thought it was wonderful! Hope you feel the same!

    Recipe #478552

    Recipe is from the Nothing But the Best cookbook. Sounds simple but delicious! Prep time does not include marinating time in refrigerator.

    Recipe #469715

    Wonderful way to roast potatoes.

    Recipe #214529

    I had these as an appetizer at the Blue Grotto restaurant in Daytona Beach. My DH and I loved them, so I have attempted to recreate the recipe.

    Recipe #434860

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