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    Real Food Fundamentals

    Getting as close to real, whole food as possible. Not all of the recipes are 100% natural ingredients so use your judgment if you see something that doesn't jive with the overall philosophy.
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    If you like red snapper, then use it here - I think it's fabulous. The spice rub can be used on anything - it's the best I've ever tasted! I make 3 fillets for 2 people because it's so good!

    Recipe #268418

    A really great guy I used to work with would make this and bring in to share. We all loved it so much and would beg for more! Sounds strange with the grapes, but it's so good! Allow time for salad to chill.

    Recipe #53508

    Recipe courtesy of Barefoot Contessa This looked so good! For serving: Country bread or Sour Dough, toasted or grilled and rubbed with garlic clove 1/2 cup chopped fresh parsley, optional

    Recipe #83616

    Great healthy and wholesome pizzas to make for dinner or snack. Eat warm or cold. Play around with the recipe for own personal taste or to limit prep time. You can use your favorite pasta or pizza sauce instead of making your own and/or add or take away ingredients like veggies and meats to fit your mood for the day.

    Recipe #420126

    This is a fun version of fried eggs and toast. When the kids saw these, they couldn't get enough! They are great for breakfast, lunch or dinner, and are really easy to make...not to mention, incredibly healthy!! We hope you enjoy them as much as we do!

    Recipe #426566

    A very hearty breakfast that will fill up a houseful of boys who've spent the entire night playing video games :)

    Recipe #317452

    The Bacon Cookbook by James Villas

    Recipe #387359

    A healthy take on scrambled eggs. Add Tony's salt free cajun seasoning or top with salsa to wake up your tastebuds.

    Recipe #334913

    5 Reviews |  By Kerena

    Found this in Paula's Cooking with Paula magazine and wanted to save it until I was able to try it.

    Recipe #237985

    I am always looking for breakfast dishes to serve my family when they come in for the holidays and this one is made with things I have in my house all the time and serves 8 in less than an hour!

    Recipe #203227

    1 Reviews |  By Lorac

    Comfort food at it's best. An inexpensive main dish for any time of day. Adapted from Gourmet Magazine.

    Recipe #25974

    1 Reviews |  By DuChick

    I haven't tried this yet, but wanted to save it. Taken from the Relish food magazine and created by Greg Johnson, a Seattle-based chef, he "came up with this recipe as a way to get eggs into a nice package". I'm thinking some crumbled bacon would be a tasty addtion!

    Recipe #377061

    Not your boring everyday egg omelet by any means! The trick to this (or any omelet) is try to avoid overcooking, as the omelet tends to get dry, you will love this for brunch or even for week night dinner with a small side salad and a crusty roll, it's easy and so delicious! Prep time includes chopping veggies, and cooking time is only estimated.

    Recipe #122355

    6 Reviews |  By Mercy

    This almost tastes like French toast with syrup! It can be served for breakfast, snack or dessert.

    Recipe #120193

    2 Reviews |  By Katzen

    Inspired by recipe #378013, which I really loved, but wanted to make as sourdough. I loved the result, so I'm posting it here hoping someone else loves it as much as me! I used 2 cups of 7 grain multigrain bread flour that I found at the St. Lawrence Market in Toronto, and 2 1/2 cups of Robin Hood Best for Bread Multigrain flour (which is really white, whole wheat, cracked wheat, and ground flax.) I used 1847 Oregon Trail Sourdough which I had just gotten two days prior, but any sourdough would do! The flour can be a combination of multigrain and whole wheat or white flour, to your taste preference. If you're so inspired, top this loaf with 7 grain cereal, oats, bran. Spray the loaf with Pam or water and then sprinkle with the topping before baking.

    Recipe #384106

    For those of us doing the low carb thing, sometimes we just get the craving for pizza. Since low carb baking mixes are filled with junk and soy, those are out of the question. This recipe fits the bill though. I follow the Primal Blueprint where fat, protein, veggies and fruit are good and grains and starches are out! This was featured on marksdailyapple.com and submitted by "Son of Grok." Put whatever toppings you want on this pizza!

    Recipe #344829

    171 Reviews |  By Sidd

    I got this delicious recipe from www.atkinsdietbulletboard.com the orginal chef is Bikergoddess. We all thank her for creating this great recipe. It's not exactly like pizza, but it's pretty close. I like it alot. I've made it twice now, and will be making it over and over again.

    Recipe #84516

    I got this recipe from a Gourmet Cooking Class that I took years ago. Sometimes I add chunks of cooked chicken and cooked broccoli pieces to my sauce. I usually will triple the recipe when I make it. Serving size is approximate.

    Recipe #276274

    1 Reviews |  By *Marli*

    My mum used to make this when I was younger. It is great to take to work as lunch. Prep time is a guess.

    Recipe #53935

    1 Reviews |  By Oolala

    From Chef Barry Benezra, owner of Chef Bezzie of Miami, FL. I tore this out a newspaper.

    Recipe #267240

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