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    This is a great main dish salad; the unusual combination really works! It is healthy, satisfying, and lovely to look at. From the magazine, "Food & Wine".

    Recipe #347044

    An Every Day with Rachael Ray recipe that is so delish!

    Recipe #240544

    This recipe came from the lovely newsletter the Vegetarian Times send me weekly...I made it for my husband and put a little feta cheese in his...and I put some leftover cooked quinoa in both our bowls...I would encourage the addition of cooked quinoa or something similar just to soak up the extra dressing, as I feel this recipe goes a little overboard on dressing. Also, I found that I had to sprinkle a little salt over the final product. However, I am publishing the recipe just as it came to me so that you can do whatever tweaking you want on your own! Oh, yeah, and I used green lentils...Le Puy...they are my favorite because they don't fall apart when you cook them...and when I made the dressing, I didn't trouble myself with that garlic mashing...I just put all the ingredients in a food processor and zapped them.

    Recipe #358417

    This salad makes a great showy presentation and is terrific with any grilled meat or fish. I have used blue cheese and gorgonzola for a different taste. The beets can be roasted up to 2 days ahead of time. I got this recipe from Cooking Light

    Recipe #231999

    I found this recipe years ago in Canadian Living. It takes teriyaki to a different level.

    Recipe #247329

    This version combine asiago, Parmesan, and Romano with spinach and balsamic vinegar to make a savory and delicious stuffing.

    Recipe #234889

    Mmm good. 8 hour marinating time required, so plan ahead

    Recipe #308931

    Easy and delicious....from the family cookbook! Serving size is approximate.

    Recipe #92395

    Recipe #307328

    It mentioned gummy bears. They had me.

    Recipe #214637

    This recipe was featured in an email today from the www.lifescript.com website.

    Recipe #340380

    Recipe #299509

    A Rachael Ray recipe. The picture on her website is SO pretty. This would be awesome to serve on Christmas eve or at any winter cocktail party! Looks fancy! You might want to make the rosemary syrup the day before and then you can throw together the cocktails in no time flat.

    Recipe #343092

    Received this recipe with the purchase of my Infusion jar. It makes a very nice refreshing Martini.

    Recipe #269222

    Yet another recipe from the Mixologist son. The sheet he gave me describes this drink as " Pure Pucker, made with Sweet Texas Red Grapefruit (or regular for more tartness) and refreshingly ready for a Grapefruit Martini or other summer cooler.

    Recipe #230701

    Haven't made yet. Comes from msn Easter Recipes by Lily Pulitzer(designer from Florida).

    Recipe #164405

    From THE HERBFARM COOKBOOK by Jerry Traunfeld. Copyright ©2000 Buttery, slightly sweet pumpkin is the perfect mate for the briny flavor of oysters, scallops, or other crustaceans. This soup is made with shrimp, whose shells are turned into an aromatic stock that serves as the soup's liquid. Classic shellfish bisques are thickened with rice, but here pumpkin provides body for the soup. Sage's earthy flavor complements both pumpkin and shrimp and steers the focus of flavor from sweet to savory. This is a satisfying soup to prepare throughout the fall. If you serve it as a first course for Thanksgiving dinner, you might start a tradition in your family.

    Recipe #325957

    If you like Kahlua and cream you'll love this.

    Recipe #42381

    While growing up, my mom would make this tasteful Kahlua for Kahlua N' Cream or White Russian.

    Recipe #223115

    I substitute 2 yellow squash, occasionally, for 2 of the zucchini. Great side dish or pot luck dish.

    Recipe #133899

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