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    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Winter is the ultimate season for all tea lovers. Try this simple mix of herbs which not only delights the senses but comforts the body and mind.

    Recipe #512625

    This is a Paula Deen recipe and the day she made them on TV I did also. I think they are wonderful.

    Recipe #340268

    If you've never tried buffalo (bison) I can highly recommend it. It's delicious and healthier than beef.

    Recipe #508242

    2 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This morning, for some reason I was daydreaming of the colors, scents and appeal of the Medina souks that I would love to visit in Morocco. As I was starting my morning coffee I reached for the Ras El Hanout on impulse and put about a 1/2 tsp into my personal one cup maker along with the coffee. The result is a real delight. UPDATE (1/20/14) I just made this again and it occurred to me that Ras el Hanout mix can be made in almost infinite variety thus effecting the flavor of the coffee. This is the one that I use: Recipe #262189

    Recipe #507584

    This inside cooking method for bison tenderloin is a great alternative to 'outside' barbecue grilling. It's our first choice whenever the weather turns cold or stormy. The ideal bison tenderloin steak is 1 1/2 inches thick, and usually weighs somewhere between 4.5 and 7 ounces. If preferred, the steak can be tied so that the 'bavette' (the narrow chain filet) does not separate from the larger filet. Usually though, this will not be a problem if the steaks are handled carefully. Along with the steaks, some clarified butter and course sea salt, will be all that's needed. The bison tenderloin is a very mild tasting cut; you don't want to mask its delicate flavor with sauces or unnecessary garnishes. Prep time is passive standing time.

    Recipe #507279

    2 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Would you believe spa like, low fat, mashed potatoes? This classic comfort food goes well with just about anything: roasted turkey, skinless chicken or lean beef. Perfect for busy weekday dinners or on a holiday buffet. I got this from Becel. Add some salt to taste if you wish.

    Recipe #507247

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Using this method a turkey will cook in as little as 2 hrs or less! This is a basic recipe. You will get excellent results and you can dress it up with additions of a marinade soak or more seasonings to suit your liking. Roasting time will depend on the size of your turkey, clearly a 22 lb turkey will take longer than a 12 lb bird. Use of a thermometer is paramount here, do not rely on times.

    Recipe #507154

    This is by far the best tasting no added sugar frosting that I have even tried and, believe me, I've tried a few.

    Recipe #506373

    Quench your thirst and delight your taste buds with this citrusy blend of sweet and fizzy flavors. What makes this mouth-watering mojito exceptionally refreshing is the mere 20 calories per serving! Who wants another glass?

    Recipe #506060

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    The daily workers of Italy have long made food that sustains them through the hours . This delicious and hearty dish will fuel your morning's work well. That goes for a relaxed week end brunch too.

    Recipe #505409

    5 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This colorful dish mixes balsamic vinegar, honey, and mustard for a balance of sweet and savory. At just 141 calories per serving, it’s a healthy option to round out any meal.

    Recipe #497219

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This makes a very good soup that can be enjoyed for lunch or dinner. While it's diabetic friendly the whole family will enjoy it.

    Recipe #496561

    4 Reviews |  By Annacia

    A simple, very tasty salad from North Africa with a unique preparation. Chilling time not included.

    Recipe #489767

    Give the usual mashed potatoes a rest and serve this side dish instead. It's loaded with ricotta, cottage, and Gorgonzola cheeses. Found on Diabetic Living.

    Recipe #486318

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    A very tasty cold salad that's easy to make. It is meant to be served cold but I find that it is also good at room temperature.

    Recipe #486316

    2 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Everybody loves meatballs and these are a cinch to make. All you need is a jar of salsa for their almost-instant sauce. They are good served over garlic rice (just cook a minced garlic clove or 2 in with standard rice).

    Recipe #481629

    Using no-salt-added tomatoes and rinsing the beans and hominy helps cut sodium levels in this high fiber, smoky-tasting chili recipe. I originally found this in Diabetic Living.

    Recipe #481627

    2 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Nuts bring flavor, richness, and protein to this hearty side dish. Try it with roast pork or as a vegetarian main dish, served with sauteed greens and roasted sweet potatoes.

    Recipe #481569

    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

    This really is hearty enough to be a meal in a bowl. Loaded with crunchy vegetables, filling shrimp, and a zesty herb vinaigrette, it’s got enough flavor and bite to satisfy. To enjoy the salad as a dinner entree serve with crusty garlic bread.

    Recipe #480047

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