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    I found this on the web one day and can't remember the site. It was pre-Zaar days since this is the only site now for food!!!

    Recipe #387250

    This dish, from Olives & Oranges by Sara Jenkins and Mindy Fox is a great way to use cherry tomatoes. "As the tomatoes lightly brown in olive oil in a hot skillet, their skins burst and their juices caramelize, giving this quick sauce a depth that one usually encounters only in slower-cooked versions," the authors write.

    Recipe #373738

    Pretty much any type of bread will make good croutons. You can use stale pieces of baguette to the end slices of a sandwich loaf. Good croutons follow these basic rules= Make sure to cut the bread into uniform pieces, the cubes must be tossed with olive oil that has been laced with the determined spices, and the pieces must be baked in a 350*F. oven until golden. These are great served over soup and salads, even good as a munchy. Adapted from The America's Test Kitchen Family Cookbook.

    Recipe #369616

    6 Reviews |  By Sara 76

    This is one of Jamie Oliver's recipes. It is delicious! My whole family loves this, even my 8 year old..and he doesn't usually eat soup at all!! I totally recommend adding the bacon as a garnish, it really finishes it off!

    Recipe #369323

    A recipe from Rachael Ray.

    Recipe #368153

    4 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    I adapted this recipe from Chef #34146's Recipe #24796 (with permission) making it lower in fat, carbs, and calories. Her recipe is so divine and I found myself making it so much that I just had to do something so we could enjoy it without the guilt. Dee has expressed appreciation for us posting this, and said she also makes it this way sometimes. :)

    Recipe #366019

    This is a quick and easy to make dinner or lunch recipe perfect for all those week day when you dont have the energy left to cook something big, but want to eat healthy still. This can be made vegan easily by subbing soy or oat cream for the cream.

    Recipe #360544

    I like to make this on a cold day to go with stew, you can keep them warm in the oven and they don't spoil, It is from Delia's book and we love them. You can use what ever stock you like beef, chicken, or veg.

    Recipe #360368

    Okay, I can be honest! My favorite part of French Onion Soup is the cheesy bread on top. So when I saw this recipe on a local news show I had to make it! So good! Update: If you prefer, use 2-3 cups of your own French Onion Soup adapted from KSFY.com

    Recipe #333777

    These potatoes are not quite as crispy like fries but they're better for you because they're baked. The serving size says 4, but I eat all of them at one sitting! Adapted from Ina Garten's book,"Back to Basics"(Barefoot Contessa). Ina likes to cut them into fairly large wedges, but I like them smaller(like french fries) because I love the crispiness and get more of it with smaller wedges! Sweet potatoes are available year-round, but their prime season is really autumn and winter. Choose potatoes that are smooth and unblemished, and use them fairly soon because they don't keep as well as other potatoes.

    Recipe #333618

    2 Reviews |  By Sam #3

    Taken from an Ontario Chicken Lovers cookbook

    Recipe #329196

    17 Reviews |  By Debbwl

    OK so you want a shake but your on a diet, what do you do? I came up with this refreshingly different drink as an answer to that question.

    Recipe #324254

    Fresh cottage cheese salad. Utilize the veggies from your garden. I'm not sure when I started making this salad. My grandma came up with it years ago, and I've made some simple changes to make it my own. **I've never had this salad on a bun, but my fellow Zaarites have taken gorgeous pictures in that form. I think I'll try it on a toasted onion bagel!

    Recipe #324208

    A tasty corn chowder that is ready in 15 minutes!

    Recipe #317349

    7 Reviews |  By Noo

    A good wholesome and hearty dish that is so easy to throw together. Serve with some creamy mashed potatoes or try it with my recipe #292165 for a real winter warmer of a meal.

    Recipe #313344

    Adapted from a recipe I found in a recent issue of the Australian magazine ‘New Idea’. This recipe is strong on lemon flavouring so if strong citrus flavourings are not your scene, you may like to add ½ teaspoon nutmeg to the yoghurt topping instead of the lemon zest. I haven’t yet had the chance to make this recipe, but I didn’t want to risk misplacing it (little chance of that: I’ve adapted it to my liking already!), so I’m posting it here for safe-keeping. I’m absolutely intrigued – and excited - by the idea of a yoghurt topping: a healthier creamy topping! WOW! I’m always keen to double quantities of recipes like this one so as to freeze some dinners both for those inevitably busier evenings and for great take-to-work lunches. Freezing details have been included here. The canned tomatoes I use (Italian) have very little juice. If your canned tomatoes have a lot of juice, you may like to drain them. You can always add a bit of what’s been drained off, though I’m always keen to make some space for a bit of wine!

    Recipe #313007

    5 Reviews |  By Noo

    You will not believe how simple this is to make or how much people love it! I have used this many, many times on buffets, drinks gatherings, or just as nibbles when the footie boys invade my house-and there are NEVER any leftovers!! The quantities are not exact-so adjust the amount of chutney as you see fit. The cooking time can also vary-sometimes I cook these long and slow, other times I whack the heat up a bit to speed it along-depends how long you can wait for them!

    Recipe #300752

    The other grandkids and I always ask our grandmother to make her biscuits and gravy for us! So I knew I had to get her recipe. This is a simple sausage gravy that you can use over your favorite biscuits, whether store-bought or homemade! I have used skim milk before, and it worked fine... just be patient since it takes longer to thicken.

    Recipe #286339

    This is one of my mom's quick & easy desserts, & she was partial to strawberry gelatin & strawberry ice cream, but obviously other flavors can also be used. I'm sure that the recipe came out of some 'JELL-O' booklet way back when! Preparation time does not include time to chill.

    Recipe #284449

    Besides Dennis, and my family on the farm, my other great love is the nifty tomato. It is in my top 2 food choices ever. Upon grabbing the little hiding tomato in the garden, and popping into your mouth on a hot summer day is; about the most terrific taste and feeling one can have. I typically feel like "Julie Andrews" in "The Sound of Music" when she twirls about singing about the "Hills are alive....." I just can't help it. I eat so many tomatoes in fact, (all seasons) that I honestly get those double darn sores in your mouth from the acid. That aside, I haven't met a tomato I have like. This is why this recipe, to me, is quite simply one of the best uses of a tomato that has ever been discovered. Quite honestly, I love ground beef tartare. Sometimes due to dietary smartness, I can't always go around and order Beef Tartare. Jacques Pepin, (great, great Chef) came up with the wonderful addition to the tartare world. I especially love the use of tomato water sauce. Read on, and see if you wouldn't like it too.

    Recipe #270493

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