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    PAC Fall 2009

    This is a collection of the wonderful recipes that I made for PAC October 2009.

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    Please try this recipe and provide reviews! Adapted from America's Test Kitchen's "Best Light Recipe" Cookbook. I bring this bread into work all the time. No one can tell the difference between it and its full fat/full calorie mates. The best part is: it works with just about everything you have in your pantry or fridge. Well, assuming everyone keeps plain yogurt around! Enjoy!

    Recipe #360165

    Another great recipe from Rachel Ray! I make these with Garlic Ribeye Steaks and my husband cannot get enough! And these are so easy. Enjoy!

    Recipe #349787

    Another option to the way we make the American classic. Who would have thought that the well known TV dinner entree could be so easy to make and the flavor could be so great. Hope you enjoy this one.

    Recipe #359070

    This is from TOH. It gets its spark from cayenne pepper and crushed red pepper flakes. You can use containers or decorated holiday bags with a small bow to give as gifts. Prep time does not include cooking time.

    Recipe #367440

    This is a must have for breakfast. I made this one sunday morning and my husband loved it so much he asks for it every sunday. If you make the rolls with a lot of the mixture only one package of cresent rolls is needed. If you make the rolls with a smaller amount there may be enough for 2 packages of cresents. You can also use biscuit rolls if you like.

    Recipe #287208

    Yummmm... delicious. P.S. Leave out the feta cheese for a MUCH lower calorie meal! These are also pretty big servings for 4...

    Recipe #306090

    This is a combination of great tastes that go a long way. Everyone that I have had try them, go nut for them. Perfect for a picnic or what ever you like. Also, they are amazing reheated for lunch the next day!

    Recipe #366294

    I developed this recipe after a longing for sour dough waffles. It is the compilation of several recipes and experiments. They are what a waffle should be, crispy on the outside and moist and tender on the inside. I attribute the crispness to the rice milk. You can substitute any other milk.

    Recipe #380432

    If you love mustard, then this a must......My Kids have given this a THUMBS UP

    Recipe #341987

    Pretty Much A Exact Copy Of The Famous Egg McMuffin! Enjoy!

    Recipe #384552

    Can't remember where I got this one but I love it more everytime I fix what could be considered a salad or fresh vegetable side.

    Recipe #370258

    Great for bbq's and picnics. To take and go-prepare the dressing and place it in a screw-top jar. Assemble just prior to serving.

    Recipe #380251

    My favorite Minestrone. I found it in The New Basics Cookbook by Rosso & Lukins. Serve it topped with a good grated Pecorino Romano.

    Recipe #326160

    I made this up because I was the only adult home and I had one chicken breast and a very fresh tomato from my garden. I don't usually measure ingredients when I'm making something up, so this is an approximation of what it would take to make the meal for two. I'm pretty sure its tastiness was enhanced by the garden-picked, juicy tomato.

    Recipe #385635

    Recipe 22063 was the foundation of this one - slightly altered from the original. It makes a VERY juicy chicken. And very spicy, too, although you can tame it according to your taste.

    Recipe #385597

    Easy to make - the ingredients have been culled from a number of different recipes to create a new dish. The completed dish makes a complete meal.

    Recipe #364492

    Bon Appetit, May 2004

    Recipe #366898

    I love it when my husband makes these for us! He found the recipe in Sunset magazine. Note: The recipe is for individual servings. Increase according to however many you plan to serve. Enjoy!

    Recipe #337434

    Use quality fresh ingredients for this salad

    Recipe #304187

    These are the best brussels sprouts I have ever had. I remember as a child disliking them, and have only tried them again recently. I really enjoy the baby brussel sprouts cooked this way- they are much sweeter than the larger brussels. You can steam the brussel sprouts if preferred

    Recipe #230787


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