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    From EatingWell: Summer 2004, EatingWell for a Healthy Heart Cookbook (2008), and The EatingWell Healthy in a Hurry Cookbook (2006). Salmon and lentils are a familiar combo in French bistro cooking; here they combine in a quick and easy salad. For the best presentation, flake the salmon with a fork, then stir gently into the salad to keep it in chunks, not tiny bits.

    Recipe #460035

    I got this recipe from a magazine probably 15 years ago. It's a great dish for breakfast, snack, and freezing for later. It's portable for DH - drop it in a baggie, and he heats it up when he gets to work. Even the kids like it. Plus you can add different meats (ground pork or turkey sausage, sweet italian sausage, or even crab), a variety of vegetables, and different spices and cheese mixtures. Try this one and then let me know your favorite combinations.

    Recipe #319092

    I usually don't post recipes I've never tried - here's the first one. It's from a pasta bag, presumably egg noodles! This sounded really good (except I would omit the mushrooms - can't stand them), so I thought I would post it. If you try it before I do, please write a review. UPDATE: I made this for dinner tonight and it was really good, though I 'swerved' for the original directions. I cooked the ground beef (crumbled) with the next six ingredients, and then followed the directions from step # 5 on. This one-pan meal came out really nice - I omitted the red wine, didn't have any, so I used extra broth. DH gave it a "4" for 1st effort - I think I will add 2x the worshestershire or a minced green pepper next time I make it. And I will definitely make it again -- definite comfort food material!

    Recipe #324282

    You can use cherry juice alone for this drink, but the apple cider gives the drink body and depth. Keep the spicing light and simple, so that the cherry flavor isn't overpowered. From the book, "Drinks to Warm a Body & Soul".

    Recipe #347312

    This process for preparing garlic yields two culinary treasures; a rich-tasting puree that can be enjoyed on it's own or used as a cooking ingredient as well as an infused oil. Serving size is indicated in the directions for both puree and infused oil. From the book "EatingWell in Season" and posted for ZWT5.

    Recipe #371891

    Serve these tender apples with a sweet-tart filling alongside roasted turkey or pork, a delicious pairing with the apples' hint of cardamom - though you could substitute cinnamon. They make a great stuffing alternative for those who don't eat wheat or gluten. They're also tasty for breakfast, snack or dessert -- perhaps with whipped cream. From Whole Foods "the Whole Deal" monthly newsletter.

    Recipe #398123

    We love how roasting brings out the sweet flavor of beets. Golden beets look especially pretty when tossed with the fresh herb and lemon seasoning mix, but any type of beets will work in this recipe. If you’re a lemon lover, be sure to add the squeeze of fresh lemon juice after the beets are roasted. Posted for my DH -- he loves his beets! From Dietary Exchanges: 1 1/2 Vegetable, 1 Fat (Diabetic Exchange = 1 Carbohydrate Serving)

    Recipe #422410

    From EatingWell: Summer 2004, The EatingWell Diabetes Cookbook (2005). The secret to this free-form tart is the layer of ground almonds under the berries: it thickens the juices, prevents a soggy crust and delivers an exquisite background flavor for the intense berries. Exchanges: 2 other carbohydrate, 1 fat (2 Carbohydrate Serving). NOTE: Prep time includes 1 hour refrigeration time.

    Recipe #457940

    From Runner's World. Try this tart made just for the runner. It's packed with protein and carbs making it the perfect post-run breakfast item. By Chef Joe Carei (Published 08/30/2006)

    Recipe #457937

    This gratin will convert those wary-of-green-vegetable eaters to greens lovers. A simple white sauce lightly coats Swiss chard leaves, and a topping of cheese and crisp breadcrumbs seals the deal. For a different presentation, bake in individual gratin dishes or ramekins rather than one large dish. Make up to a day ahead and keep in the fridge until ready to serve. From the Whole Foods website.

    Recipe #457944

    From "Mary Ann's Gilligan's Island Cookbook" by Dawn Wells (Mary Ann herself), Ken Beck and Jim Clark. I got this cookbook in a swap and it's got some very humorous quotes and recipe titles. This recipe for French toast is posted for ZWT8 - France. Did you know Mr. Howell once said, "If it weren't for the money, I'd rather be poor."

    Recipe #483034

    The arrival of the first sweet onions of the season is an event to be celebrated, and this dish does just that. The onions are slow-roasted in the oven -- which brings out even more sweetness -- and then combined with both orange zest and juice, plus some balsamic vinegar to balance the flavors. Jumbo shrimp are added here, but sweet scallops would be delicious as well. Serve with warmed flour tortillas so this luscious dish can be eaten taco-style. From the book "EatingWell in Season" and posted for ZWT5.

    Recipe #372042

    An uncooked sauce with a lovely blackberry flavor. Serve over vanilla frozen yogurt or with a slice of angel food cake. From Eating Well Magazine (Prep time = cook time)

    Recipe #341989

    The top sirloin or rib-eye steak is a great luxury in France and, like the leg of lamb, is often featured at wedding banquets and other festive occasions. From the cookbook "Savoring Provence" and posted for ZWT5.

    Recipe #373166

    Tomato soup is only as good as the tomatoes that are used to make it, so it is no wonder that this soup is synonymous with the summer months, when the reddest, juiciest, most flavorful specimens are in the market. Also best in this season are the pungent, leafy green herbs that the French call 'fines herbes': parsley, chervil, chives, basil, and tarragon. From the cookbook "Savoring Provence" and posted for ZWT5.

    Recipe #373332

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