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    Graham cracker muffin base topped off with mini marshmallows and a chocolate kiss. From Favorite Brand Name Bake Sale cookbook.

    Recipe #411890

    This recipe is from Grilling for Life cookbook by Bobby Flay. Turkey burgers have become the alternative to hamburgers. Ground turkey is a great choice because of its low fat content, but that often means the burgers are dry and bland. Not these! The slightly spicy pickle relish and the cooling avocado mayonnaise infuse the burgers with flavor through and through.

    Recipe #417160

    This recipe comes from Grilling for Life cookbook by Bobby Flay. Skirt steak is a chewy cut that's full of beefy flavor. It's the perfect vehicle for the big flavors of this dressing. The smokiness comes from the chipotle chiles, which are smoked jalapenos.

    Recipe #417159

    This recipe is from Eat This Book by Tyler Florence. Tyler came up with this recipe while strolling through the Union Square Greenmarket in New York City and he came across some really cool summer beans -- yellow wax beans and haricots verts. He put together a simple vinaigrette of lemon juice, mustard, and creme fraiche.

    Recipe #417161

    From a cookbook titled "The Rustic Table" by Constance Snow. This recipe is Snow's riff on a Southern shortcake--she makes one giant shortcake, splits it and fills it with warm, buttery peaches. To serve, she cuts it in wedges and tops each piece with brandy-laced whipped cream.

    Recipe #417162

    The kiddos will devour these cheese-filled burgers with the condiments of their choice, while the adults can dress them with an added kick of jalapeno mayonnaise and guacamole. From Southern Living Busy Moms Weeknight Favorites.

    Recipe #417163

    Tender grilled tuna steaks topped with lemon-pepper butter. From the Deen Brother's Y'all Come Eat cookbook.

    Recipe #417214

    These biscuits are so named because they are the size of a cat's head. This biscuits with sausage gravy recipe is from the Deen Brother's Y'all Come Eat cookbook.

    Recipe #417206

    Using a spice rub is a great way to punch up the flavor when grilling ordinary meats. These chops have an island flair with a rub containing olive oil, brown sugar, chili paste, cumin and ginger. Let the kids rub or massage it into both sides of each chop. Be sure they wash their hands before and after applying the rub. Please note: Time does not include 10 minute marinating time.

    Recipe #417220

    The younger ones may prefer a no-frills brat with just ketchup or mustard. Add the slaw for those who want theirs dressed all the way.

    Recipe #417217

    These tangy and sweet little shrimp need to pickle for a few days. Served with a cold beer, they make a great snack while you heat up the grill. From the Deen Brother's Y'all Come Eat cookbook.

    Recipe #417215

    Toasted whole wheat bread pockets have a cinnamony crust and a surprise apple filling. Serve them warm or at room temperature.

    Recipe #417224

    If you like sweet, tangy and spicy, this recipe is for you. This recipe is from the Southern Living Busy Moms Weeknight Favorites cookbook. Time does not include marinating time.

    Recipe #417223

    Made with phyllo sheets as the crust and topped with onions, kalamata olives, fresh thyme and fontina cheese. Points Value: 3

    Recipe #408560

    A healthy recipe containing roasted skinless chicken drumsticks coated with lemon juice, garlic, sage, rosemary and thyme. I found this recipe in the Jan/Feb 2010 Weight Watchers magazine. Points Value: 5

    Recipe #408511

    You don't have to be a football fanatic (you just have to be a slow-cooker convert) to appreciate these hearty prep-it-and-forget-it suppers. From the Jan/Feb 2010 Weight Watchers magazine. Points Value: 7

    Recipe #408513

    Choose crowd-pleasing chocolate as the star of your desert and watch it disappear. From the Jan/Feb Weight Watchers magazine. Points Value: 2. Serve this luscious treat with dried apricots and sliced oranges. (Half an orange and 3 dried apricot halves will up the per-serving Points value by 1.)

    Recipe #408515

    Just like Julia...if you liked the movie, you'll love the recipes. Weight Watchers has updated the beloved chef's timeless classics, keeping the French flavor, but trimming the fat. The original: 7 Points values - WW remake: 2 Points values. So why not serve a few of your favorites when you host a Julia-inspired Oscar fete this year? Bon appetit!

    Recipe #408542

    Just like Julia...if you liked the movie, you'll love the recipes. Weight Watchers has updated the beloved chef's timeless classics, keeping the French flavor, but trimming the fat. The original: 17 Points values - WW remake: 8 Points values. So why not serve a few of your favorites when you host a Julia-inspired Oscar fete this year? Bon appetit!

    Recipe #408544

    Just like Julia...if you liked the movie, you'll love the recipes. Weight Watchers has updated the beloved chef's timeless classics, keeping the French flavor, but trimming the fat. The original: 19 Points values - WW remake: 4 Points values. So why not serve a few of your favorites when you host a Julia-inspired Oscar fete this year? Bon appetit! Tip: If you want to prepare this dessert but skip the alcohol, substitute 1 Tbsp lemon juice for the liqueur and omit boiling the sauce in step 4. When you swirl in the butter in step 5, add the grated zest of 1/2 lemon.

    Recipe #408546

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