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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 is so simple I almost hate to post it, but if it helps someone with an easy lunch or even an easy dinner, then it's well worth taking the time to post it. This recipe was born out of the need to have something different for lunch. If you are following Weight Watchers, one serving is 4 points for 1 1/2 cups.

    Recipe #351616

    Pretty much any type of bread will make good croutons. You can use stale pieces of baguette to the end slices of a sandwich loaf. Good croutons follow these basic rules= Make sure to cut the bread into uniform pieces, the cubes must be tossed with olive oil that has been laced with the determined spices, and the pieces must be baked in a 350*F. oven until golden. These are great served over soup and salads, even good as a munchy. Adapted from The America's Test Kitchen Family Cookbook.

    Recipe #369616

    Pamper yourself or impress your guests with a cup of your own steaming hot...and homemade cappuccino

    Recipe #366041

    Easy, tasty way to flavour porkchops. Have used this recipes for years. You can make another batch of the marinade, heat and thicken with cornstarch to serve over the chops.

    Recipe #334140

    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

    From the Early Girl Eatery in Asheville, N.C. courtesy of $40 a Day with Rachael Ray, this is fabulous!

    Recipe #114192

    This is the easiest, quickest spaghetti sauce you could ever want. Great for those nights when you just want something fast, but homemade. I never buy bottled spaghetti sauce anymore since I found this gem on Martha Stewart Living titled Spaghetti 101. It is definitely cheaper and tastier than any bottled sauce you could buy. Now, for me, this will never take the place of my Sunday Dinner Gravy, but it is great for what it is intended.

    Recipe #342052

    5 Reviews |  By duonyte

    This recipe came from Real Simple. It's one that you clearly can modify to use whatever you have handy in the pantry and fridge. Bringing a lunch from home is a great way to save money - even the employee cafeteria is getting pricey! You can use pretty much any short variety of pasta. I would add julienned sundried tomatoes to several of these, or some chopped red bell pepper, for color and flavor. I threw in a little Recipe #269360 with the Asian version. Please note: I seem to get only 4 servings from a pound of pasta, so you might want to check that.

    Recipe #361789

    This recipe is out of Taste of Home's Healthy Cooking Magazine. A lightened version of a warm comfort food!

    Recipe #349658

    a tasty, easy to make lasagna with enchilada sauce

    Recipe #323910

    8 Reviews |  By Shuzbud

    I came up with this while trying to find a really decadent coffee treat. The white chocolate and Baileys provide enough sweetness that you will not need any sugar! If you like your coffee strong, just add more instant coffee granules.

    Recipe #371346

    2 Reviews |  By I'mPat

    From Ready Steady Cook as done by Janelle Bloom. Time is worked out on the assumption that as the jam is cooking you will be making the scones. Janelle attributed this recipe to the Country Women's Association.

    Recipe #362435

    6 Reviews |  By Mikekey

    A non-alcohol and sugar-free variation on a classic coffee drink. Adapted from Torani website. Prep time does not include cooling time for coffee. I make extra morning coffee during the summer and keep it in the fridge for iced drinks. You can garnish this with whipped cream if desired, but that will change the sugars and calories.

    Recipe #321509

    2 Reviews |  By Shuzbud

    This is delicious and decadent! It never fails to impress...

    Recipe #364708

    These cookies start with a yellow cake mix. Very quick and easy. These come from a back issue of Southern Living Magazine.

    Recipe #246761

    1 Reviews |  By Ceezie

    This is a great breakfast or snack. "My mother handed down this recipe to me when I moved out of the house," recalls Hollye Chapman of Corvallis, Oregon. "It produces a very light scone that tastes great with orange marmalade, lemon curd or most kinds of jam. Use any flavor fruit yogurt if you don't have orange," she adds Recipe Source: TOH

    Recipe #355315

    2 Reviews |  By Debbwl

    This has the nice presentation when baked in a bunt cake pan and topped with enchilada sauce and cheese.

    Recipe #361090

    2 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This just might be the reason that summer was invented. Sip and sigh.

    Recipe #363456

    A flavoursome light soup that is served chilled. A delicious choice for summer dining. It’s ideal before a heavier main course or served for lunch with warm crusty bread rolls. This recipe has been in my Word files for some years. Unfortunately when I first saved it, I did not include any indication of its source. All I know is that it is clearly from an Australian website and that the original recipe was Catherine Saxelby’s. Thank you, Catherine. What I have posted here is my adaptation of Catherine Saxelby’s recipe. I have added several ingredients and changed several others. I’m sure that you will do the same when you make it. I have not, however, tried it as a warm soup, probably because I have only ever made it in summer. Please let me know what it’s like if you DO serve this warm.

    Recipe #121002

    5 Reviews |  By ellie_

    I enjoyed this simple 2 point breakfast - and it was a great way to use up some feta and spinach too! The original recipe used chopped tomatoes, which I didn't have. Recipe source: WeightWatchers.com

    Recipe #345359

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