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    A recipe that has been handed down from my grandmother and is always a request at home and work functions. If you don't have fresh garlic, you could use garlic powder. Is also tasty with diced onion. You might start out being conservative with the salt. Between the Worchestershire sauce and the salt from chips, it can get salty pretty quick, but it is always delicious!

    Recipe #399453

    This makes such a nice side dish. I even like it cold as a salad the next day! 06/28/08 - UPDATE!! As I have already said, I like this for a salad too. Today I added some chopped egg whites, chopped black olives, some scallions (green and white). I then tossed with one tbls each of EVOO and red wine vinegar. Realllllly good! 07/24/08 - ANOTHER UPDATE! Wow, instead of using the fresh garlic, use roasted! I had several bulbs roasting while I was making dinner. They smelled SOOO good and that is when I figured it could only make this dish better. Just leave out the minced garlic and when the dish is finished, stir in about five squeezed out chopped cloves and then serve. YUM! 07/29/08 - STILL ANOTHER UPDATE! I have really gotten on the quinoa bandwagon. Put together two more recipes, so if you like quinoa as much as me, take a look. I'm not bragging, just sharing a good thing....recipe#316192 and recipe#316159.

    Recipe #121064

    This Southeast Asian recipe is posted just as I begin Zaar's World Tour 4! Preparation time does not include time (over 5 minutes) is chicken is left in marinade longer.

    Recipe #305801

    An easy, quick and delicious recipe from Busy Cooks.

    Recipe #418894

    "Fresh garden vegetables make this a special dish that's quick, easy, and downright delicious. It costs about 88 cents per person." Made this a couple of days ago. I was really afraid one box of fettuccine wasn't going to be enough, but it turns out perfectly. I used my mandoline thing to julienne the zucchini. Everybody in my meat-loving family enjoyed this hearty, healthy vegetarian dish. Very filling. I also used a big (like 30 oz?) can of diced tomatoes, drained instead of fussing with fresh ones. I also used the Parmesan cheese out of the container, but it would be awesome with fresh! As always, you can adjust the garlic, cheese, and red pepper flakes to your tastes. You could also use green peppers instead of red if you like. Enjoy!

    Recipe #396851

    From "Food & Wine". I haven't yet tried this, but I needed to know the calorie count, so I am posting it here first. It looks good, and maybe it's not as "bad" as it looks. Please post a review if you make this so I'll know if it's worth the calories. One thing I would change is to replace the non-stick skillet with cast iron or maybe stainless steel.

    Recipe #494378

    This recipe was found in Parade magazine (with the local newspaper) this past weekend. Preparation time does not include the 2 hours needed for the pie to chill.

    Recipe #396595

    These little guys are great to add to appetizer platters for parties and would also be great to pack in a picnic basket. The sticky sweetness of the balsamic onions works well with earthiness of the mushrooms and blue cheese. They are good cold. So, you don't have to worry about cooking them and keeping them warm during your event.

    Recipe #403198

    3 Reviews |  By Junebug

    This recipe was a winner in the Pillsbury Bake Off in 1998. I have cut the amount of mayonnaise in half. You can also add whatever toppings you might like.

    Recipe #33321

    These are so good. They are very quick and easy to make, with ingredients found in most homes. A real treat, excellent for company, family & friends...enjoy! *Please note cooking time is chilling time.

    Recipe #204290

    It was originally a "random stir-fry" because I simply used what I had in my refrigerator. I also experimented with Worcestershire sauce this time. It's not a traditional ingredient that we would use for stir-fry. I did love the outcome. The combination of onions, bell peppers, turkey sausage and shrimps makes this dish look colorful and go very well with rice. Plus, it is healthy!

    Recipe #497269

    So easy to make- and tasty- pleasing to the eye (Good calorie counter food.)

    Recipe #494633

    I got very bored with standing around for 15 or 20 minutes every morning, stirring oatmeal. Wasted time! I kept thinking, "I could be on 'Zaar instead!" Then I came up with this idea, and now I am.

    Recipe #86820

    These waffles are light and delicious. The beer replaces yeast and the honey gives them a nice crunch. My family loves them.

    Recipe #370964

    This is the easiest tasty bread you will ever make. It is amazing with chili or a dipping sauce such as a creamy garlic or spinach dip.

    Recipe #259441

    1 Reviews |  By Zurie

    This Japanese-type snack or starter does need a deft hand at the deep fryer, and it's best to drop the mixture into hot oil with a spoon. Something really different! Serve with sweet chilli sauce. Prep time does not include cleaning the shrimps, and tiny shrimps are usually sold ready-cleaned. Number of servings will depend on whether you serve it for a family, or as part of a seafood buffet. The recipe makes about 18 - 22 snacks.

    Recipe #232560

    From food blog Al Dente. (http://www.aldenteblog.com/flauers_martini.html) I added a package of organic chicken hot dogs as well.

    Recipe #433697

    8 Reviews |  By Tish

    This recipe proves that you can eat your favorite Italian food without worrying about the fat! It can be made vegetarian by omitting the ground beef, doubling the amount of soy sauce and balsamic vinegar and using vegetable stock instead of chicken stock.

    Recipe #38379

    16 Reviews |  By KelBel

    With this recipe you don’t need to boil the pasta separately. Just mix everything in a bowl and then bake. Now that’s comfort food.

    Recipe #194045

    These are amazing. My husband couldn't believe I made them the first time we ate these. These are truly restaurant quality and so easy too! This recipe was given to me by an online friend.

    Recipe #63831

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