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    body { background: url("http://i10.photobucket.com/albums/a132/tgifford/stripes.jpg"); background-repeat: repeat; } My recipes with four reviews. Too many for 1-2-3 Hit Wonders and not enough for Zaar Stars (five or more reviews). Have a look and make one of these treats a star. :D
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    found this one on About.com in a collection of recipes using yogurt. These come out quite tender and moist and have a wonderful flavor from the generous use of thyme. I have contemplated, but not yet tried, adding a small amount of garlic powder.

    Recipe #159655

    This is an adaptation of a Hershey's recipe I developed for the 2006 'Zaar cookie swap. These are small cookies but they have a wonderful soft cakey texture and a rich chocolate flavor. I made them with a 1 tablespoon cookie scoop and got 26 cookies. Stick with measuring out a teaspoon or so of dough and you should get the full three dozn. They do get dry after a few days, much more so than a typical cake cookie. My advice, share them and enjoy.

    Recipe #201141

    A fun twist on a popular side dish. This is my rendition of a recipe that first appeared in Vegetarian Times magazine. Though typically served hot, leftovers make a great lunch salad served at room temperature.

    Recipe #170183

    The appeared in Womans Day Magazine and the photo set my heart aflutter. Need to do a little decluttering so I wanted to type it up and decided to take a chance and post it untried. Great ingredients combined with easy preparation and a short cooking time. What's not to love? Even better it is WW Core and just 5 points on Flex.

    Recipe #326516

    This Spanish condiment can be used as an ingredient in your favorite dishes, as a drizzle on salads and grilled vegetables or simply for dipping bread. I make this in mini batches with good results. This recipe comes from Madhur Jaffrey from a friend in Andalusia.

    Recipe #232386

    Another recipe from the kitchen of Momma Simo. This is my best guess from watching her make it. I have since tried this at home with measuring and this is pretty darn close. There is one optional ingredient which while not terribly authentic works really well in this dish.

    Recipe #240509

    Another way to use up that milk once it turns. The result is a pillowy soft cake-like cookie with a delicate molasses and spice flavor. If milk never turns at your house, the you can make your own by placing a tablespoon of vinegar in a measuring cup and filling to level with milk. Let that sit for 10 minutes and you have soured milk.

    Recipe #259151

    A quick trip to the Mediterranean is offered in the flavors of this simple and succulent stew. The original recipe comes from one of my favorite cookbooks and presented here includes my adjustments. Accompanied by steamed green beans, this is a comforting fall meal.

    Recipe #251049

    I was rather surprised to see no other cake recipe like this one posted already. Found it in a holiday baking magazine and plan to make it for Thanksgiving this year. Rather than waiting to make it public, I've decided to share now in case others want to join me in trying this one out.

    Recipe #196715

    I found this recipe on a Weight Watchers related website and knew I had to try it. The only non Core ingredient are 4 tablespoons of currants which spread over the entire dish are just 2 points or 1/2 point per serving. For Flex this is 7 points per serving.

    Recipe #220089

    Found these while playing on the Internet and decided to give them a try soon. For the dulce de leche, you can either make your own (many good recipes on this site) or find it in a local market that has a good selection of Latin American products.

    Recipe #241578

    I love layered bar cookies and this one appealed to me because the use beaten egg whites instead of the more common condensed milk looked quite interesting. The resulting cookie is a soft thin blondie-like bar with with a gooey layer of chocolate topped with a crispy shell.

    Recipe #193659

    A lovely baked pancake that can be quickly put together without fuss. While this recipe calls for berries, pitted fruits -- peaches, plums, nectarines -- can be used with or instead of berries. If you enjoy tangy flavors, try substituting plain yogurt or buttermilk for half the milk.

    Recipe #136184

    I recently found this recipe on my computer and sadly did not keep the source of this delectable treat. Decided to add them to my trays this year. The cookies are quite large so you can always roll them out a bit more to increase your yield.

    Recipe #199568

    After a trip to the farmers' market this fall I was looking for a simple way to enjoy some of the season's best vegetables. This combination fit the bill. The sugar in the rice wine vinegar really helps with the carmelization of the dish and adds a pleasing tang to this side dish.

    Recipe #105048

    The original recipe comes out of one of my vegetarian cookbooks. I've played with the dressing over the years and scaled it up to work more easily with canned beans. Less than 5 minutes to put it together, this is a sure fire addition to summer barbeques and potlucks.

    Recipe #134157

    My love of eggs - for breakfast, lunch or dinner - is no secret. So when I came across this one I knew it was a likely winner. Have not tried it yet but posting it with the original ingredients. I will most likely reduce the calorie count in my own rendition.

    Recipe #232060

    Why the Anndog? Very simple. This recipe, my first foray into cocktails, was inspired by cookiedog's Recipe #210983 and annacia's Recipe #212416. You can prepare this shaken with ice and poured in a martini glass or in a highball over rocks. So this one is for my two 'Zaar members and fellow game tag players.

    Recipe #217183

    This recipes come from one of my most often used cookbooks -- a collection of chicken recipes. Boneless chicken breasts and thighs are a staple in my kitchen and this one is long on flavor while still keeping health in mind.

    Recipe #141464

    Found this on the internet while looking for recipes from Holland. Using cider as the liquid in this stew makes it quite different from many of the chicken and sweet potato stews found here on Recipezaar. While not an authentic addition, I like to add a bit of ginger to this as a peppery contrast to the sweetness of the cider and sweet potatoes.

    Recipe #135922

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