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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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    Though there are many good raisin bran muffins on the site, there are none quite like these. The addition of oatmeal helps keep these low-fat muffins moist and tender. The original recipe comes from one of my mom's many muffin cookbooks, wish I remembered which one. I've played with it a bit but this is close.

    Recipe #110911

    Based on a Weight Watchers recipe, I've tweaked this to suit my own tastes to create a little more flavor contrast between the polenta and chicken. Though the dish is light, family and guests will never know it. I usually serve this with some black beans and a crispy green salad,

    Recipe #110442

    Have been introducing new grains into my menu and put this one together using leftovers and items in the pantry. So good, I thought it was worth posting. Makes a great side dish to roasted chicken or turkey.

    Recipe #103110

    In my never ending quest to bring new flavors to the table I came upon this recipe in a decade old copy of Cooking Light. I have tried it with chicken but think it might work just as well with pork or even tofu. I've played with the balance of ingredients to suit my own tastes. The ginger gives a bit of heat to balance the sweetness of the molasses, but if you want more a dash of red pepper flakes would work.

    Recipe #216353

    As a low-fat chef I am always looking for desserts which are interesting and flavorful without lots of butter. :) Here tart apples are candied in a syrup scented with cinnamon and orange blossom water, two flavors typical of North African cuisine. I have not tried this one but it looks scrumptious. (T'fah is the Arabic word for apple.)

    Recipe #220644

    A wonderful salad that takes full advantage of summer's best bounty. Paired with grilled meats, this will work well at any BBQ or picnic. Finding this in November has be already longing for next year. In the meantime, I may try this with the frozen variety though I bet it won't be nearly as good. (Update: After WI Cheesehead's experiment with frozen vegetables I managed to track down some fresh corn and beans. Following the directions presented here, the result is sweet crisp vegetables that you simply can't get from the freezer.)

    Recipe #193459

    As someone who eats chicken breasts at least once or twice a week, I'm always looking for new recipes to inspire me. I recently found this one on the pages of Eating Well and was excited by the proposition of a dish that promised lots of flavor without a long marinating time. Serve this with some couscous and a Moroccan salad and enjoy. (WW 4pts/Core)

    Recipe #189474

    I adopted this recipe in September 2006 from the Recipezaar account and have not tried it yet. The original owner, Mean Chef, had a great selection of authentic Southwestern-Mexican fare and I'm sure this is every bit as good as though I have already tried.

    Recipe #53912

    I am always looking for new ways to brighten my daily bowl of oatmeal. This is my latest pairing of dried fruits to create a healthy and satisfying start to the day. Feel free to replace the dried milk with regular and to use less water as I tend to like my oatmeal on the soupy side.

    Recipe #164055

    Found this in an old scrapbook, saved for trying one of these days. I like the concept of an unusual filling in a conventional package. These wontons can be used in a comporting soup, fried as and appetizer or steamed for dim sum.

    Recipe #136489

    The 2005 World Tour is next headed to Scandinavia. Posting this for my vegetarian teammates. Don't want to see them go hungry this week. :-)

    Recipe #137504

    Love to entertain and recently was given Martha Stewart’s Hor D’Oeuvres Handbook. Most people eat first with their eyes and Martha's fantabulous dishes offer a visual feast. This original recipe was modeled on her approach to food both in look and flavor. You can simplify the making of these Greek inspired treats by simply quartering the pita bread or using the small ones. Either way, its a treat.

    Recipe #129882

    A recent trip to Cocso and I'm now the proud owner of a large stockpile of black beans. That has sent me combing my cookbooks for meal options using this healthful and versatile ingredients. Keeping what I find here for quick and easy access until I have a chance to try them. The original recipe for these delectable cakes included a tablespoon of chorizo, though I intend to make them vegetarian. These can also easily be made vegan with the use of a little soy yogurt. Serve these as a substantial appetizer or along with a lovely green salad as a light meal or lunch. With the chorizo, these are 3 points per serving. The recipe can easily be modified to be Core. The cakes also freeze well for reheating later.

    Recipe #152937

    I recently purchased a muffin and bread book at a used bookstore. Came upon this recipe and recalled the jar of maraschino cherries leftover from Easter and thought it was a tasty way of using up what I otherwise use strictly as garnish. It initially stuck me as odd to use maraschino cherries in an otherwise healthy recipe, but the results are so tender and tasty I think of this is redemption for the poor dyed and preserved fruit. What is presented here includes my changes to the original.

    Recipe #134040

    Another addition to my 2005 World Tour collection. Quick and easy, this looks like a great mid-week supper.

    Recipe #135256

    Yes, there are already lots of recipes posted for honey mustard chicken. But this one *is* different and more importantly, it is really good. I prefer this with chicken with bone as is is a bit more juicy, but you could switch to one pound of boneless chicken and reducing the cooking time.

    Recipe #225172

    When I first found this recipe on the Weight Watchers website, I was amused by the idea of a Moroccan dish featuring pork as most of the natives I know from this country are Muslim. Though I will never serve this dish to them, I love the flavors of the marinade and have made some changes that make this truly delicious.

    Recipe #134050

    Though I am not diabetic, the emphasis on lower sugar and higer fiber recipes suits my own tastes. This is an adaptation of a recipe from dlife.com (which obtained it from the American Cancer Research Institute) with changes that do not alter the exchanges. I am planning to try this for Christmas but want it here for safekeeping. Most likely, I will try this with the Splenda brown sugar blend which will actually reduce the carb count. (Dietary Exchanges: 1-1/2 Starch; 1 Fruit; 1 Fat)

    Recipe #197048

    With fresh herbs coming into season here, I'm on the hunt for recipes which make good use of my bounty.

    Recipe #239127

    Originally found this in a chicken cookbook, wish I could remember the name. Changed up the dressing a bit. This makes a lovely entree on a hot summer night.

    Recipe #115224

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