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    I love the spice combinations of classic Moroccan cuisine. When I found this dish in one of my favorite chicken cookbooks I had to try it, as presented this is the recipe with my modifications. The flavors are just amazing and the orange juice and spices complement the fennel and red onion just so. (7 points)

    Recipe #184880

    While chicken breasts are a staple for me, I enjoy the deeper flavors imparted by thighs. This is a recipe I modified from Eating Well magazine that pairs that richness with a slightly sweet flavorful marinade and sauce. These are fabulous when marinated overnight, but you can go a short as two hours. The thighs can be cooked on an indoor or outdoor grill or broiled.

    Recipe #332880

    I recently tried PaulaG’s Pumpkin Fruit and Nut Muffins (#116356) and loved the wonderful moistness given to these by the apricots and raisins. So much so, I went looking through my cookbooks for recipes that might capture that same delightful quality. The original comes from “The 250 Best Muffin Recipes” but I’ve already started tweaking it a bit here. This has been updated since Roosie's review.

    Recipe #132532

    This was a graduate school favorite that I recently dug out of a very old box of recipe clips. I have no idea where the recipe originated but have fond memories of sitting with my housemates in the kitchen eating hot slabs of this cake right out of the oven.

    Recipe #135102

    Recently received this recipe from Weight Watchers and had to give them a try. These tiny crisp cookies are perfect for satisfying a sweet tooth. These are reminiscent of Roosie's wonderful Oataroons Recipe #97116, but with a buttery chewiness. 2 WW points per serving.

    Recipe #158810

    Looking for a new way to celebrate the holiday? For reasons both practical and sentimental, our family loves to make spritz cookies. These are quite different from butter or cream cheese cookies and will round out the trays nicely

    Recipe #264937

    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

    Is there a Zaar World Tour III in our future? Just in case, I'm posting this one as every region needs a good chocolate recipe. Quite different from most puddings as farina, not cornstarch is used as a thickening agent.

    Recipe #195440

    This recipe was inspired by Vicki in AZ's soup and came about as a result of a goof. Added a tad too much chipotle while preparing that dish and had find a way to tame the heat. The results were so good I decided to post it.

    Recipe #111587

    At the end of each holiday season I have a canister of cookie ingredients leftover. From that comes a collection of candies used to accent my trays. This year's bark was sensational and well worth posting. The combination of ginger and dark chocolate bursts in your mouth with every delectable bite. While the flavors here are complex and more sophisticated than my usual bark, but just wonderful year round.

    Recipe #272876

    This is a recently adopted recipe that I have not yet tried but plan to do so soon. Looks like a lovely addition to grilled chicken, fish and maybe even pork.

    Recipe #69093

    A huge sale on boneless pork loin launched me on a search for new recipes that using this ingredient to full advantage. This is an adaptation of a recipe from Eating Well magazine. This simple dish is easy to prepare and captures the flavors of fall. If you are cooking for 1 or 2, I would suggest making a full batch of the apples and sauce with just two chops as it is quite yummy.

    Recipe #210435

    An adaptation of a recipe that first appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle. I've fiddled both with the marinade and the wonderful syrupy sauce. The combination of rosemary, citrus and pork is classic and brought to new levels with the use of Meyer lemons. You could try this with more common varieties of lemon but you will miss the sweet and orange-y flavor of this particular fruit. Do remember to tie the roast before cooking as the tightness helps to retain the moisture and tenderness of the pork. As a side, I would suggest roasting some Yukon potatoes along with the pork. (See picture.) Since they absorb some of the sauce make some extra.

    Recipe #212725

    My brother and I have a game each holiday where he tries to figure out which dishes prepared for our Thanksgiving table are lowfat and which are "real food." Let's see if he gets this one right. LOL. Using apple butter in this combination brings what looks like a flavorful side to the table in three simple ingredients and the dish can be prepared the day before and easily reheated. Directions are long, but it is really easy.

    Recipe #265685

    A light refreshing salad that works equally well as a starter or dessert. This is easy peasy to make and has a wonderful combination of flavors. If you like your fruit salads extra saucy, just increase the sugar and water to 1/3 cup. If you can't find blood oranges, use additional common oranges instead.

    Recipe #216582

    I found this recipe on the Internet and still looking to verify it's authenticity. I suspect the name comes from the brilliant red and green from the tomato sauce and vegetables. For now what I can say is delicious and easy to prepare. Most of the cooking time is a passive simmer so you can easily start this dish and go attend to other things around the house. (For WW, this is Core.)

    Recipe #252740

    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

    I do love my crock pot as it continually provides me with tasty and effortless meals. This began as a recipe found on about.com, but the changes are rather substantial so I feel comfortable calling it my own. There are as many ways to prepare curry as there are chefs who enjoy the spice blend which makes me a little apprehensive about posting this recipe. Your results will vary according to the curry powder and chutney selected so please adjust to your own tastes.

    Recipe #321430

    Some time ago there was a request for a sour cream fudge, a thing I'd never heard of at the time. More recently, stumbled on this and decided to post it for those seeking such a treat. Have not tried it so I can't speak for the results. Cooking time is my estimate based on other recipes, go with what shows on your candy thermometer for best results.

    Recipe #193374

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