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A delicious, easy to make pesto sauce. The addition of salt isn't necessary as the Parmesan adds enough salty taste.

Recipe #123882

My search for the perfect pimento cheese is over. This is it. Foodmusings.com is my favorite food blog and this is her recipe.

Recipe #167917

This is one of my favorite recipes, adapted from Southern Living 2001 Recipes. The original recipe calls for mayonnaise, but I like to mix with Miracle Whip because I like the tangy taste.

Recipe #97469

25 Reviews |  By ShaGun

These are very healthy. When I make them I usually eat a large square for breakfast, and then eat a few squares every few hours as snacks. They actually taste like dessert, but they're healthy enough to eat for a meal. This is a revised recipe that I got from the back of Seven in the Morning cereal.

Recipe #137724

A mix that will make a great gift or a pantry favorite. Ever read the additives on a box of this stuff?????

Recipe #54136

Never buy rice mixes again! This is ready anytime you need a tasty side dish. Very good!

Recipe #26251

Once you do the prep, divide into 3 airtight containers, for here it is only 20 mins to the table whenever you need it. I have three-seasoned rice mix recipes see which one you like best. Look for the other two Chicken Flavored and Onion Flavored Rice Mix.

Recipe #14843

This is an incredibly good clone of the real thing. A friend emailed this recipe to me.

Recipe #24952

When I lived in Kansas City, Mo I worked in a Barbecue restaurant and this rub looked about like what we used there. That rub was out of this world. Update 4/21/05: Denise! asked what restaurant it was I worked at. I believe it was called Mr. G's and it was in Independence.

Recipe #30949

From the American Heart Association

Recipe #168323

From the American Heart Association.

Recipe #221651

From the American Heart Association. Cook time includes chilling time.

Recipe #221650

A quick spurt of herb oil does wonders for tuna, shrimp or scallops, polenta, risotto and cooked or uncooked salads. You can keep this oil in a plastic spray bottle! Clayton Babas, Executive Chef, at the Guam Reef Hotel makes this for the guests.

Recipe #75364

Great on salads and in any food that needs basil. Dont heat it, all the flavour evaporates!

Recipe #12951

Very similar to the dressing served in Japanese restaurants over iceberg lettuce. Also good on a tossed salad or as a marinade for chicken or seafood. Most any silken tofu will work in this recipe from an older issue of Cooking Light. 2 T. = 1 serving

Recipe #54463

7 Reviews |  By Mercy

This can be stored, covered in the refrigerator for up to 4 weeks.

Recipe #119828

7 Reviews |  By Rita~

Credit gos to http://www.womens-menopause-health.com/perimenopause_symptoms.htm

Recipe #71646

This is adapted from the book "Healthy Heart One Dish Meals". The vinaigrette works well with chicken broth or vegetable broth. I have used a variety of vinegars, such as balsamic and red wine, to make this dressing and usually sprinkle on an herb blend like Mrs. Dash. I also use olive oil.

Recipe #166933

A tangy dressing that you only need to use a tiny bit of because it's richly flavored. It's fat free and wonderful! If you must, then you can drizzle a little olive oil into your salad after tossing it with this dressing but, honestly, it doesn't need it to make a delicious salad! Also a yummy dressing for sauteed tofu and vegetables. Enjoy!

Recipe #23367

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