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    I have recently made a concerted effort to introduce more grains into my diet. Both healthful and delicious, this makes a lovely side dish for pork or chicken.

    Recipe #163161

    A lovely bar cookie for us Fig Newton lovers. I have not tried this yet and will modify once I've done so. Posted for the Zaar World Tour of Canada.

    Recipe #138112

    The unusual combination of pineapple and asparagus makes this German chicken salad distintive and appealing. Though it is untried, I plan to make it soon and add my own tweaks. Note the brief preparation time does not include cooking the chicken or asparagus. Submitted for 'Zaar World Tour.

    Recipe #138597

    Found this one on a weight loss bulletin board. Saving it here as a guilt-free dessert this summer. At just 3 points per serving, it packs lots of flavor without a lot of calories. Guessing on the baking time here. Use the time stated on your cake mix. My thought is this would be wonderful served with a scoop of fresh strawberries macerated with a little tequilla.

    Recipe #167759

    I recently developed a craving for peanut butter cookies, a challenge for someone watching their points. Found this on the Weight Watchers website and have modified it to boost the nutty flavor without changing the points.

    Recipe #164654

    This recipe originally appeared in the New York Times this past March. I love winter squash and paired with curry, chili and tomatoes, this seemed like it would be a hit in my kitchen. Though I have not tried it yet, I’m posting it here for sharing with my favorite foodies. I think this will make a terrific side with paired with Tandoori chicken.

    Recipe #161788

    I was looking to make sugar cookies for an event and disappointed to not find a relatively healthy version here. So now I'm adding one. This one began as a Cooking Light recipe and includes my adjustments. Not your typical sugar cookie, the wheat germ gives these a pale brown color and a nuttiness that contrasts nicely with the lemon glaze. The dough needs to chill at least four hours and does best if chilled overnight, so you need to plan ahead with this one.

    Recipe #158040

    This adaptation has long been one of my favorite recipes and i was quite surprised to realize I had not posted it until now. I like to serve this over brown rice, but white rice works just as well. The original comes from "Chicken Light," a cooking bible for those of us who live on the lighter side. The small amount of peanut butter in the sauce gives this dish the luxuriousness of a traditional peanut stew without all the calories. I have tried to freeze this once and did not have good results; just means one needs to eat it all up.

    Recipe #157869

    These are my quick fix bran muffins. A little bit different from the wealth of bran muffins aready posted. These a light sweetness from the molasses and syrup that is nicely accented by the fruit. You can use any dried fruit you like in any 1/2 cup combination. My favorite is equal parts currants, apricots and plums (not prunes). Cranberries and apricots work well, or dates and raisins, or... You get the idea.

    Recipe #152598

    Recently adopted this abandoned recipe and began making some small modifications. Despite being nearly fat free, this recipe yields a moist and fudgy brownie that is sure to cure your chocolate cravings.

    Recipe #95960

    This Asian inspired salad makes for a lovely luncheon or supper. The contents of the salad can easily be adjusted to whatever you like or have on hand. If you prefer a vegetarian meal, omit the chicken or use tofu instead. Won't be chicken salad but will still be delicious.

    Recipe #136874

    Incredibly easy but lovely enough for company. The assortment of condiments allows guest to tailor the entry to taste.

    Recipe #128604

    With the liberal use of root vegetables, this Australian soup shows its British origins. In preparing the soup, feel free to make substitutions in the vegetables, for example using sweet potatoes instead of white one. Just remember to keep the approximate volume the same. January 2007: I have finally made this soup and added both indgredients and directions to improve the final dish. Changes made since the first two reviews are noted.

    Recipe #142398

    This salad stands well as its own summertime vegetarian entree or as a side to a simply grilled meat. Chicken and lamb work particularly with these Mediterranean flavors. If watercress is not available, you can use another peppery green such as arugula. Red lentils are best in this recipe as they cook faster and offer a nice visual contrast to the greens.

    Recipe #135915

    Found these on a Canadian cooking site. I love the combination of fruit and oats and wanted to keep this in a safe place for use later.

    Recipe #138325

    From the website of June Meyer who chronicles the home recipes of her mother on her website. Rivilchas are similar to the German spatzle and commonly used to strech out Hunagrian soups and stews. From her description, these are a bit noodle and a bit mini-dumpling. I have not tried this recipe but am posting it for the Zaar World Tour.

    Recipe #140570

    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 purchased some barley malt for a dish and was delighted with its wonderful flavor. A great sweetner with a lovely smokey taste. Then went in search of other recipes using the malt and found this one on chanadet.com. I've tweaked it a bit for my owm taste.

    Recipe #123325

    This slaw was originally inspired by one prepared by Bobby Flay on Food TV. I've tinkered with it a bit and added a bit more fusion between Asian and Southwestern flavors. This side salad is ideal for picnics and barbecues as it contains no mayonnaise.

    Recipe #131640

    Maybe this is why French women stay so thin? With a dessert like this you can enjoy a lovely chocolate dessert without guilt. Found this recently on the Internet and saving it here for your use as well as my own. Have not tried it yet and look forward to your feedback. (3 pts)

    Recipe #135938

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