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    This recipe reminds me of the dainty bites served at many Chinese bakeries, particulary around New Years. I have not tried this one but am keeping it here for safekeeping. Should you try this before I do, comments on the preparation as well as results are welcome.

    Recipe #135358

    Came across this one in my current quest to change up the menu a bit and have fallen for fennel. With a distinctive licorice flavor, fennel has many natural pairings including both pork and tomatoes. In this recipe, grilled or pan cooked chops are given a zippy finish with a Italian inspired sauce. For those of us who don't always have time to marinade and do a lot of prep work, this seems like lovely dish to serve to family or friends.

    Recipe #188700

    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

    Another tasty looking recipe that I found on a supermarket circular. The combination of figs and goat is such a pleasure, I'm looking forward to trying this. When I finally get around to making this, will probably look for some ways to reduce the oil in the dressing.

    Recipe #157738

    Adopted in September 2006, this quick bread looks simply delicious. The original chef's comment: The glaze made with fresh tangerine juice gives this bread moistness and flavor. The texture is cakelike and it keeps well, too!

    Recipe #51293

    I recently adopted this recipe having loved it when I prepared it myself. They are a bit of work, but the results are delicious and impressive. I do not plan to change the recipe but may add some hints from my own experiences. Orignal chef's comments: These are very simple fancy cookies to be served either alone or with a mousse, ice cream, fruit, custard or most anything. They can be formed into cups to hold your dessert. This is a simple and foolproof recipe which I make at work all of the time. Prep time does not include chilling the batter overnight. Recipe adapted from David Blom

    Recipe #66012

    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

    These cookies are very pretty and light, perfect for tea parties. They also look more complex than they are; you simply make two sets of dough (one plain, the other chocolate) and roll them into a cylinder, then slice them and bake.

    Recipe #69563

    Recipe by Gale Gand. I adopted this recipe in Septembe 2006 but it combines favorite flavor in one of my favorite treats.

    Recipe #115418

    This is an interesting variation on bread pudding I found on the internet. You can used store bought chunky applesauce instead of making your own.

    Recipe #136355

    Raining 6 days straight here in the northeast and suddenly I'm thinking about warm comforting soups as a way to warm from the inside out. After pulling out one of my soup cookbooks and came across this one and decided to post it for the Zaar World Tour. You can make this vegetarian by omitting the prosciutto. I have not tried this one so please feel free to share your comments and sugeestions.

    Recipe #141362

    A nice alternative to a traditional bread-based stuffing. This stuffing requires no baking and can be on your table in 30 minutes. The original recipe comes from a 1991 issue of Eating Well magazine and has been modified to suit my own personal preferences. For example, I prefer a full teaspoon of sage. You should feel free to do the same by adding or subtracting spices to suit you. (WW Core)

    Recipe #181301

    In the midst of a heat wave in the northeast USA and all I can think of is salads and grilling. Found this one while scouring a cookbook and decided to post it for others to enjoy. Though the directions are presented for an indoor grill, you can easily do this with the conventional variety. This is the recipe with my planned modifications. If you try it before I do, comments and suggestions would be helpful. Cooking time does not include 60 minutes of chilling.

    Recipe #180342

    All the peppery spiciness of the Russian/Eastern European cookie in a quick bread. This recipe appeard in Cooking Light and is being submitted (untried) for the Zaar World Tour.

    Recipe #140641

    Though I do love my morning bowl of oatmeal, there are days when I want to have something different. This promises all the benefits of a grain based breakfast with a twist in flavor. Found this untried recipe in an old stack of recipes clippings and posting it before I loose track of it again.

    Recipe #155535

    Had some leftover barley and a sweet craving and this was the result. The taste is akin to a cold rice pudding and just as creamy and satifying. More a concept than a recipe, I don't imagine this will be of interest except to others doing the WW Core program. Feel free to improvise to suit your own tastes. Sweetness can also be adjusted to make this a suitable breakfast.

    Recipe #180101

    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

    This recipe originally appeared in the cookbook, A Taste of Quebec, and attributed to Renard Jacques, chef at Auberge Benedict Arnold in St. Georges. Although I am presenting it with it's original ingredients, when I made this I replaced the heavy cream with nonfat plain yogurt thinned a bit with low fat milk. The yogurt adds a slight tangy flavor to the soup.

    Recipe #172728

    For some unknown reason I recently purchased tamarind nectar on sale. Of course, I then needed a recipe to prepare with it. Originally found on the Internet on the National Chicken Council website, this is my adaptation. While presented to be made with chicken quarters, it also works well with boneless skinless chicken breasts. While quite flavorful, this is not spicy so adjust the red pepper flakes to taste.

    Recipe #166998

    I found this recipe while searching for new dishes to introduce for the Zaar World Tour of 2005. With the holidays coming up, I've decided to post it though it is as of yet untried. Use the shredding attachment on the food processor to quickly shred the apples. You can also grind or chop them. Don't refrigerate more than two hours before serving or the haroset will be too watery.

    Recipe #161152

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