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    This is a recipe I received from a friend's mom and I tweaked it just a little. A very simple recipe for parties, goes great on croissants. I made mine with plain white bread cut into Christmas tree shapes. The spices can be altered to suit your own tastes.

    Recipe #272786

    1 Reviews |  By J-Ha

    Adapted from a dark chocolate cherry oatmeal cookie recipe from Gourmet Magazine, FEb. 1998

    Recipe #276176

    This is a great appetizer or compliment to a meal. We find it so much better than the jars we purchase which cost anywhere from $5 to $8 for an eight ounce jar. You will be amazed!

    Recipe #15982

    Really super yummy easy to make and easy to clean up potatoes, so good with anything or all by themselves!

    Recipe #264806

    This is a simple salad that goes well with Asian food or on a hot summer day. I got the basic recipe from Real Simple Magazine. You can also use 4 Kirby cucumbers or make the salad without the tomatoes

    Recipe #287029

    1 Reviews |  By Aimee88

    I don't know why this recipe is African. It came to me from a friend in Pennsylvania, who has no African roots that I know of. It can be a complete, vegetarian meal served with rice, or a more protein-rich meal with the addition of a chicken breast. Preparation time does not include cooking rice.

    Recipe #288169

    A chocolate and coconut brownie like slice!

    Recipe #260987

    Light, not too sweet, not too mustardy. Just right for a nice, fresh spinach salad or a chef's salad. Good for ham glaze, barbecued ribs and chicken, leg of lamb, pork roast, etc. Can be used with shredded cabbage for coleslaw.

    Recipe #259319

    I am hypoglycemic and breakfast is especially important for me. This oatmeal recipe is a slight twist on a common GI recipe that introduces more fiber to your morning and is so easy to make. As a side note; cinnamon has been shown to reduce blood sugar levels and aids in digestion, what an excellent spice to add to breakfast!

    Recipe #249387

    2 Reviews |  By Danine

    This recipe is different from typical chicken curry recipes-it doesn't use any yogurt or tomatoes-simply spices, adopted from a Pakistan fried...delicious.

    Recipe #197687

    1 Reviews |  By Nay78

    I got this from the food network website. This is the closest to the bbq shrimp I had in New Orleans this summer! I LOVE the how the rosemary stands out!

    Recipe #261447

    A simple yet elegant dish to serve. It's also quick and easy! This is my "classic" recipe with loin pork chops simmered in apple cider and an apple. [May be sweet depending on the type of apple used]

    Recipe #285670

    Found this recipe while researching healthy meals.

    Recipe #291664

    Oranges and brown sugar make this sweet salmon dish absolutely wonderful !!! I'm a little rough on the quantities, as I tend to add as necessary, but you can do the same. Fortunately, it's about the easiest recipe you'll ever meet.

    Recipe #257337

    I started really liking these when I came to Turkey and thought I would try to make them in the states. They make a great snack and are a wonderful and healthy alternative to chips.These are also loaded with vitamins inluding iron and fiber.

    Recipe #228747

    1 Reviews |  By bambie

    2 points

    Recipe #179264

    Easy to make, gives Spam a good name! Wonderful brown sugar-based sauce. A can of mandarin oranges can be substituted for the pineapple slices. This can be cooked in microwave for about 10-12 minutes at 70% power, instead of baking in oven.

    Recipe #287908

    A simple, quick and tasty pasta inspired by my meals in Tuscany.

    Recipe #296290

    This dish is my "Copy Cat" version from a local restaurant, Corvo's, in Saranac Lake, NY. I like it better than the Florentine recipes with cream sauces.

    Recipe #150952

    I got this recipe from my Light Cooking cookbook; they're really easy to make and taste great!

    Recipe #283961

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