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    During my recent visit to Morocco, I enjoyed this Berber flatbread on several occasions and even watched my host make a loaf for me on one occasion. Her version had no butter in it and more water and I wish I'd been more careful about writing down her process. This recipe comes from the web and is attributed to "The Great Book of Couscous" by Copeland Marks. I am making this untried recipe public in hopes that someone with better knowledge of the cuisine can offer feedback.

    Recipe #232808

    My adaptation of a Weight Watchers recipe. The 30 minutes preparation time represents the time needed to press the tofu before cook, as the actual effort involved is minimal. Generous portions and big flavors for just 6 points.

    Recipe #364561

    Fruit salad is one of my go to favorites to take to summer events. Light fresh and easy, you can always please a crowd. The color contrast between the tropical fruits and the bright berries will be an eye-catcher with the addition of ginger, lime and mint giving it jazzy finish that everyone will remember. Feel free to do substitutions with like fruits, such as swapping the mango with papaya.

    Recipe #366992

    An adaptation of a recipe from "Dinnertime Easy: Slow Cooker Recipes." I love the combination of spicy, sweet and hot that emerges in this dish, though the flavor will vary based on the type of curry used. Part of why I love this one is that the taste is even better the next day, so it's a great option for those of us in smaller households and cook once and plan for leftovers. As presented this is 5 WW points per serving.

    Recipe #366959

    A recipe inspired by "Vegetarian Times," a good read whether you are vegetarian, vegan or omnivorous. I love comforting stews in the winter and this one grabbed me instantly. The golden, orange and reddish hues will remind you of a perfect Southwestern sunset. of This gets even better the next day, so cook ahead if you like.

    Recipe #273409

    The last of the 2007 holiday trays are done and I am already thinking about next year. (Our trays have favorites but always include a few new recipes.) Planned to make these but never had a chance. Posting this so I don't lose it in the next 49 weeks before holiday begins again. This recipe comes from "1000 Chocolate Recipes from Around the World" an encyclopedic volume which should be mandatory reading for us chocoholics.

    Recipe #273099

    Much to my surprise and delight, my family has decided to try and have something different for Christmas. When I asked my brother what to make instead of the traditional ham, he suggested brisket, a cut of meat I'd never cooked before. (I was thinking roast beef, but when you get the ball, you have to run with it.) After reading lots of recipes and boggled by the options, I decided to blend them into this recipe. Made in a Crock Pot, it doesn't get any easier and the results are melt-in-your-mouth tender.

    Recipe #345304

    My rendition of a Weight Watchers classic. This is yummy and you can happily serve this with vegetables and pita chips to family and guests who will never know it is both Core and points friendly. If your sun-dried tomatoes are very dry, soak them in boiling water for 5 minutes before chopping. A word of caution: this recipe does not do well over time as after two or three days the lemon becomes too pronounced and spoils the balance of flavors. My suggestion if you want to enjoy this over many days is to reduce the amount of juice and zest by half.

    Recipe #325071

    Nine days out of ten, I enjoy some fairly healthy breakfasts like oatmeal, yogurt with fruit or high fiber cereal with soymilk. But that tenth day comes and I want something a little more indulgent like a bagel with cream cheese. This spread is a compromise which lets me splurge without abandoning my low-fat lifestyle. Treat this as both a recipe and a concept. Use it as is, skip the fruit or substitute your favorite cream cheese flavor like sun-dried tomatoes or olives (taking into consideration, those will change the points values). (1 WW Point per serving on Flex or Core)

    Recipe #316110

    Though the holidays are far away, I’m already looking at my cookbooks and magazines and thinking about the recipes I wanted to try this past year and did not. Since I have several friends who are diabetic, I always make tins to accommodate their needs. This recipe from “Diabetic Living” should be on my 2007 trays. To prepare these you can use a cookie cutter designed for linzer cookies or two cookie cutters in the same shape with one about 1 ½ to 2 inches the other about a half inch smaller. You can make these with white sugar but that will increase the carbohydrate content. As presented: 62 calories, 10 g carbs.

    Recipe #204112

    This is mom's alternative to the traditional sweet potatoes usually served at Thanksgiving and Christmas. I love the pairing of the lemon and spuds, but would personally cut back the sugar a bit, perhaps 1/4 cup of one or the other. (But I don't like candied yams at all.)

    Recipe #344851

    No soymilk in the house and the cold weather had me hankering for a steaming hot cup of cocoa. Decided to improvise and loved the results. More an idea than a recipe, feel free to modify it to suit your personal tastes. As presented, this is 0 WW points for one serving and 1/2 point for two - so go ahead and make a second cup. :D

    Recipe #360778

    My adaptation of a Cooking Light recipe that captures the essence of a long cooking mole in under thirty minutes. The sauce is spicy rich and delicious. You might be tempted to make this hotter by adding extra chipotle but that will throw off the balance with the other spices in the dish.

    Recipe #355273

    The unmistakable pairing of pork and fruit takes a new spin in this recipe inspired by a recipe from Eating Well magazine. Here the roasted plums are contrasted with a savory combination of peppercorns, balsamic vinegar and rosemary that will transport you to the rolling hills of Italy in less than an hour. Using pork tenderloins helps make this both fast as well as healthy. Serve with mashed potatoes and green beans for rapture on a plate.

    Recipe #255096

    Arriving home late (again) I needed something that was quick, simple yet full of satisfying flavors. This recipe modified from another site did the trick. When I made this I added two medium zucchini, halved and sliced, and cooked them just after the chicken and before the sauce. Made this a complete meal.

    Recipe #344419

    The flavors of fennel, garlic, and rosemary married with chicken. The original recipe appeared in Food and Wine and later reprinted on another site. This is my own rendition designed to be both WW point friendly and core. This works really well with steamed carrots, polenta or mashed potatoes.

    Recipe #324644

    Served this for Thanksgiving this year and it was a hit. Warm soft fruit with a crispy crunchy topping. A perfect way to celebrate the best of fall's bounty in a comforting but enlightened dessert. The fruit should total about 3 pounds and you should feel free to use your favorite varieties of apples and pears. (Although the NI information presented here suggests 4 points, the recipe builder states 3 points.)

    Recipe #340609

    Having tried lots of different recipes through adventure, events and tag games, I now find myself with a pantry full of condiments and spices that I like but don't use very often. That has recently lead me to find new dishes which are simple, healthy and take advantage of these ingredients. This originated from a turkey recipe website and includes my modifications. Though I prefer it with turkey, it works well with chicken cutlets. Preparation includes 30 minutes to chill the poultry. This recipe is 4 pts per serving.

    Recipe #353441

    This recipe was inspired by the Gluten Free Food Junkie and includes lots of changes of my own to make it a special addition to my holiday table. I titled this winter vegetables because you can easily change this up and use acorn squash, sweet potatoes or carrots and have delicious results. The preparation time includes the peeling the baby red onions. Though they add a special touch for presentation, you can cut the time and effort in half by using two small red onions and cutting them in eighths.

    Recipe #340088

    An improvisation of a recipe from Vegetarian Times, modified to suit the contents of my pantry, my tastes and the WW Core program. I love that it captures the flavor profile of longer cooking dishes but can be prepared in less than 30 minutes. The optional garnishes are not Core and require WPA. (Flex=4 points)

    Recipe #339531

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