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    A wonderful collection of recipes who received a first review in Newest Zaar Tag, a game in the Safari Supper Club: Cooking Tag Games. Hosted by Sharon123, the game is lots of fun for taggers new and old.
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    This was a favorite of my children when they were growing up- I started out using a basic Swiss Steak recipe, but due to their tastes, it morphed into "Pizza Steak". Now my Grandchildren love it, too!

    Recipe #228491

    This is a good sauce for pasta! Recipe is from Woman's Day. Plan ahead: Use half the sauce for 1 lb pasta, then refrigerate the rest up to 1 week, or freeze.

    Recipe #300960

    1 Reviews |  By ellie_

    This soup is wonderful -- don't skip the basil pistou -- never had one before but it makes the soup heavenly and different from any other bean soup I've ever had. For the second day lunch - I just had the soup added the pistou to the tupperware container - heated it up in the microwave at work -- the smell was wonderful and the taste -- yum! I changed the original recipe from The Healthy Slow Cooker to adjust to what I had on hand. My version is listed here -- the original version was very similar but used larger amounts of ingredients - and I used what I had on hand.

    Recipe #312406

    Most kids love 2-minute noodles and corn fritters so in this recipe, adapted from a recipe on the Simply Great Recipes website, the two have been combined to make yummy kid-friendly pancakes. If you want to sneak in some different vegetables, you could probably get away with this the second or third time you make these! For an adult version, perhaps add bacon, garlic, and serve with sour cream and lemon wedges.

    Recipe #320442

    1 Reviews |  By Ducky

    This was in our local paper at Passover time. I like to taste different charoset and this definitely has a twist. Times are guesstimates.

    Recipe #312675

    This recipe started from a card from a grocery store, then turned into something indulgent. You can change the cheeses to whatever you want, but after many trials, these cheeses work the best. You can beef up this mac and cheese by adding extra ingredients before baking: -- Add in two cups cooked broccoli cuts and 2 cups cooked diced chicken breast. -- Add in 2 cups cooked crumbled bacon and 1 cup chopped scallions. -- Add in 2 cups diced cooked ham. -- Add 2 cups chopped tomatoes and 1 cup chopped fresh basil.

    Recipe #326638

    Get your fruits for the day with this orange, apricot, pineapple and banana breakfast smoothie. You will feel like the sun burst inside of you, it is perfect for those mornings when you have to rush around, its refreshing, tastes good and is energizing. Whoever says breakfast on the run, doesn't taste good, never tried this.

    Recipe #376691

    Ah Mexico! Such wonderful flavors come from there. Here is a quesadilla with goat's cheese, cottage cheese and mozzarella cheese, enhanced with spinach, tomato and cilantro, and of course, some jalapeno pepper!

    Recipe #354729

    Adapted from a Campbell's recipe to make it a little more waist friendly!

    Recipe #355195

    Recipe #309827

    This aussie has made a wonderful sandwich will make anyone love veggies!

    Recipe #371110

    This recipe is actually similar to twice baked potatoes, except the second part is cooked in the microwave. We always refer to them as "diet" potatoes as a joke, since they are really loaded potatoes.

    Recipe #366307

    1 Reviews |  By iewe

    Found this online -- looks like a simple chicken dish, though it does take a little while to cook.

    Recipe #289941

    A decadent after dinner or dessert cocktail, yum!

    Recipe #309161

    2 Reviews |  By lazyme

    I ran across this drink online and am saving it here so that I can try it later.

    Recipe #315924

    I adore moules, mussels, and this is the classic French recipe for them. Moules Marinières is also commonly known as Sailor's mussels or Mariner's mussels. The dish consists of delicately steamed fresh mussels in a white wine, garlic, parsley, butter, onion and cream sauce. Moules Marinières can be served as an appetising starter or even a light main meal. It is delicious served with fresh crusty bread or with frites (chips/fries). There is nothing more mouth-watering than a huge bowl of artistically presented mussels, yet the fun part is eating them. The best way is to use an empty mussel shell as the "spoon" in which to pick the remaining mussels from their shells and then eat them. It's a brilliant excuse to use your fingers to eat rather than the usual knife and for - very tactile! A traditional French recipe will use butter, however the butter may be substituted for a few tablespoons of olive oil for a healthier option - I sometimes use a mix of butter and olive oil I hope you find the step-by-step photos helpful, this recipe was used in the September 2008 Cooking School for the TOTM - hopefully, the photos will debunk the myth that mussels are hard to prepare and cook, NOT so! Bon Appétit!

    Recipe #326393

    A tasty side dish from Rachael Ray.

    Recipe #361979

    Based on a recipe from The New Basics Cookbook, authors of The Silver Palate Cookbook. The intro says, "One of those American classics, first created in the Puritan era in Boston. No cooking was allowed on the Sabbath, so they served beans Saturday night for dinner, for Sunday breakfast with codfish cakes and Boston Brown Bread, and again for Sunday lunch." Note: the 4 hour cooking time includes a one hour simmer and a 2 1/2 hour baking during which time occasional stirring is required; it does not include the overnight bean soaking time.

    Recipe #326290

    I made a version of this as peanut brittle, but had to try it with cashews. Outstanding! So crispy and decadent...P.S. This recipe is made in an 1100-watt microwave. P.S. If you live in an area that has high humidity, this recipe may not work for you; try to make on a day with low humidity.

    Recipe #347726

    5 Reviews |  By I'mPat

    From Diabetes Australia The Ultimate Diabetes Cookbook in response to a request for sweet treats with nuts. Times are estimated and have not included standing time of 3 to 4 days. The name Almond Bread is a bit of a misnomer so have changed the title 30/4/2008.

    Recipe #278332

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