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    1 Reviews |  By TeresaS

    Another recipe out of the weight watchers cookbook called "Fresh, Fabulous, Fast" it has 6 pts + per serving...

    Recipe #514750

    This is out of the "Fresh, Fabulous, Fast" weight watchers cookbook...it has 8 pts + Make sure and serve some veggie with this...like celery sticks or baby carrots...

    Recipe #514766

    2 Reviews |  By TeresaS

    This is out of the Weight Watchers "Fresh, Fabulous, Fast" cookbook...it has 2 pts plus per serving...enjoy!

    Recipe #514626

    1 Reviews |  By TeresaS

    This is from the cookbook called "Patio Daddy-O" 50's recipes with a 90's twist...it says we dare you to eat just one of these rounds...(sounds like another store bought chip)...anyway they say...they're hot and salty, crisp and crunchy, and absolutely irresistible...I made a test run on these chips and did change a few things in the recipe...the temperature and the cooking time...I posted a photo of my before change...they are the chips in the blue bowl...:)

    Recipe #514153

    1 Reviews |  By TeresaS

    This is out of a cookbook called "Patio Daddy-O" 50's recipes with a 90's twist...If you plan to serve this with rice, try cooking the grains in coconut milk instead of water...I can see using my George Foreman grill or any outside grill to cook the shrimp...cooking time does not include marinating time...hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #514156

    1 Reviews |  By TeresaS

    This is out of a cookbook called "Patio Daddy-O" 50's recipes with a 90's twist...it sure sounds weird, but the combination creates something like an Indonesian satay sandwich. Any sweet onion will work...I know some guy will give this a try...preparation time includes cleaning time...;)

    Recipe #514163

    1 Reviews |  By TeresaS

    This is out of a cookbook called "Patio Daddy-O" 50' recipes with a 90's twist...making a grilled cheese sandwich with a hot iron and aluminum foil may seem odd at first. But after you taste them, you'll agree that the weight and even heat of the iron produce the toastiest, crispiest cheese sandwiches on the planet...you can use the healthy sprouted breads and fancy cheeses...but to really get the awesome flavor you need to use the old-fashioned American cheese ( the ones wrapped in plastic) nested between slices of white bread...Open the foil occasionally while grilling to make sure the sandwich doesn't overcook; when finished, the bread should be thin, almost flat, and beautifully bronzed, oozing cheese. Cooking time does not include heating the iron...

    Recipe #514164

    2 Reviews |  By TeresaS

    This has a really nice crispy, flavorful crust...it originated from Gourmet Magazine...enjoy! Cooking time does not include marinating time...

    Recipe #513947

    1 Reviews |  By TeresaS

    This is another recipe I found hanging around on a piece of paper...it's from the National Honey Board...hope you enjoy...you can replace the prawns with shrimp...that's what I did...

    Recipe #513928

    1 Reviews |  By TeresaS

    This is out of the March 2014 Food and Wine magazine...I adjusted the serving amount...it said it served 6-8...I think with 20 pieces of chicken a 10 person serving is enough...plus the calories look better...=)

    Recipe #513433

    2 Reviews |  By TeresaS

    I've had this recipe written down for ever...it's out of an old low carb cookbook...hubby and I love it...this would be requested every time it was my turn to bring in "Friday Breakfast" at work...hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #513641

    1 Reviews |  By TeresaS

    I've had this recipe hanging around for a long time...It's from a restaurant called "Aunt Chilada's" and was sent in by Chef Jesse Gonzales...hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #513654

    1 Reviews |  By TeresaS

    Another recipe I found floating around on paper...been wanting to try it...recipe says to cook it on a kettle-style grill...(note) but I think you could cook it on a George Foreman Grill or even a cast iron grill...cooking time does not include marinating time...

    Recipe #513655

    1 Reviews |  By TeresaS

    This is out of and old Weight Watchers cookbook...under the new program there's 3 pts...this makes a great sweet-and-sour side dish...pairs well with roasted meat or poultry...try it at Thanksgiving.

    Recipe #513171

    This is out of my "C'mom Over!" Pillsbury cookbook...enjoy!

    Recipe #512221

    2 Reviews |  By TeresaS

    This is out of my "C'mon Over!" Pillsbury cookbook...enjoy! You can Assemble the kabobs in advance; cover and refrigerate them for up to three hours.

    Recipe #512195

    This is out of my "C'mon Over!" Pillsbury cookbook..enjoy

    Recipe #512203

    1 Reviews |  By TeresaS

    This is out of my Asian cookbook...you can substitute baby bok choy if desired.

    Recipe #507222

    1 Reviews |  By TeresaS

    This is out of my Asian cookbook...enjoy! Cooking time doesn't include marinating time...based on KateL's review I posted a photo of my 3 pounds of ribs in my lasagne pan...I also took the pan out of the oven to turn the ribs keeping the oven temperature steady...I did change the cooking time to include another 10 minutes...that's how long it took mine to get nice and caramelized...hope this helps...

    Recipe #507224

    2 Reviews |  By TeresaS

    This is out of my Asian cookbook...enjoy!

    Recipe #507227

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