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    12 Reviews |  By Skooch

    Found this recipe in a magazine and it looked wonderful so I decided to try it and it's absolutely great.

    Recipe #242863

    Recipe #219591

    I found the basis for this recipe years ago and have revised it over the years. Try this tasty rice with fish or chicken. I prefer to use a good quality long grain rice, especially Jasmine, but any rice will do.

    Recipe #250959

    7 Reviews |  By PanNan

    A Greek side dish that goes very well with roasted chicken or other plain meats. Based on a recipe in Sofi's Aegean Kitchen by Sofi Lazarides Konstantinides.

    Recipe #170346

    7 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This recipe is adapted from Fine Cooking magazine. It has a golden crust from the sear, a juicy center, and is topped with a dab of rich flavorful butter. This is very nice served on top of a bed of rice accompanied by sugar snap peas or asparagus. Salmon dishes are common in the US Northwest.

    Recipe #221528

    7 Reviews |  By adagger

    This oatmeal is hearty, sweet, and healthy because it receives its sweetness from apple cider instead of added sugar. I love putting cranberries or fresh fruit in it and sometimes a bit of maple syrup.

    Recipe #196128

    A lovely low fat lemon tea cake with poppy seeds. My family loves this one so much that the gobble it down soo fast! Like in one day - especially my brother.

    Recipe #233670

    This makes the most delicious dressing.

    Recipe #247679

    5 Reviews |  By Danine

    A yummy and low-calorie treat. Me and my family eat this at least twice a week as a dessert.

    Recipe #197729

    This recipe was attached to a sample I received at a food show. Recipe developed by the Beef and Veal Culinary Center of the National Cattlemen's Beef Association.

    Recipe #237859

    Breakfast for one. This is a cross between an omelette and a pancake--using one egg. More protein than just a plain pancake.

    Recipe #191592

    This is my little brother's recipe for salsa. We request it for all the family get togethers. When I asked him for the recipe he said, "NO WAY, it's a secret!!!" But when I told him it would be on the internet with a photo, he gave it to me. Thank you Little Bro!

    Recipe #240421

    Picked this recipe up in a health magazine. It's a high protein snack to get you through the day.

    Recipe #218174

    This is the recipe my husband and I came up with to suit our taste. Many recipes use ketchup and they were to sweet.

    Recipe #242494

    4 Reviews |  By KOOL Z

    My mom went looking for a chocolate smoothie for me and couldn't find one that was just chocolate. So we came up with this recipe on our own. Plus this is a great way for kids to get in their calcium!!

    Recipe #237623

    4 Reviews |  By PanNan

    These pies are baked rather than fried, and can be filled with any favorite filling - fruit preserves, pie filling, fruit butters, etc. My son's favorite filling is Smucker's strawberry preserves. For easier preparation, I mix the ingredients in the food processor, and those instructions are given below, but you could easily mix them by hand as well. Note - the time listed does not include the chilling time.

    Recipe #161777

    4 Reviews |  By Lixa_R

    This recipe was an experiment that turned into a family tradition. My family begs for it every time we get together. I believe the tarragon is the magic ingredient. Don't use fresh tortellini; it breaks apart in the soup. I'm estimating the amount of dried tortellini, as I usually use frozen. My husband says this is even better the second day!

    Recipe #83946

    4 Reviews |  By mimi C

    My mom made this recipe when I was growing up and it's still one of my favorites! Rumor is, it's originally a Weight Watcher's recipe. It's really easy and very good! I haven't found a Chicken Diane recipe like this one yet. Try it and PLEASE tell me what you think! :)

    Recipe #220719

    really quick, really easy. GREAT source of fiber and spicy to boot!

    Recipe #219180

    Finally, a recipe that's not buttermilk!

    Recipe #191890

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