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    I found Egyptian pasta at a health food store and didn't know what to do with it. I found a recipe for Egyptian rice and added sour cream and garlic and what do you know? Stroganoff! Tastes good. It would probably work with any type of rice or risotto.

    Recipe #195673

    This is my simple, healthy and tasty way to make asparagus! This is also good with balsamic vinegar in place of lemon juice. Yes, this is has very strong flavors but I love it! I recently made this with carrot ribbons made with my vegetable peeler and it was a great addition.

    Recipe #196518

    This is a nice, healthy, pleasantly spicy and warming stew like soup. This can also be done in a crock pot but will take all day. The cooking time does not reflect the overnight soaking of the beans. This recipe can also be made with spinach but I don't think it would be as good.

    Recipe #202024

    I'm trying to eat more lentils and made this recipe. If you don't mind the texture of the lentils it's pretty good and refreshing. It's also very healthy. It would probably be good with cucumber, tomato and onion added.

    Recipe #205638

    Very tasty. Easy to make, healthy and low-calorie!

    Recipe #196146

    This is a simple and refreshing non-alchoholic punch recipe. It's from "The Essential Christmas Cookbook".

    Recipe #196312

    This is from "The Frugal Gourmet Celebrates Christmas". I made the entire "Swedish Winter Feast" for a past Christmas and it was wonderful! I'll post the other recipes next. The whole meal is: Swedish Corned Pork Roast, Swedish Sauerkraut, Swedish Green Split Peas with Bacon, Mashed Rutabaga, Turnip, and Potato & Sweet and Hot Mustard, served with Rye Bread. I expected not to like anything and ended up LOVING everything!

    Recipe #197137

    This is from "The Frugal Gourmet Celebrates Christmas". I made the entire "Swedish Winter Feast" for a past Christmas and it was wonderful! I'll post the other recipes next. The whole meal is: Swedish Corned Pork Roast, Swedish Sauerkraut, Swedish Green Split Peas with Bacon, Mashed Rutabaga, Turnip, and Potato & Sweet and Hot Mustard, served with Rye Bread. I expected not to like anything and ended up LOVING everything!

    Recipe #197140

    From: "Complete Home Bartender's Guide" by Salvatore Calabrese. "Imagine the juices oozing from these berries. That's what this drink tastes like."

    Recipe #255838

    Got Caffeine? From "Mr. Boston All-New Official Bartender's and Party Guide". Great book!

    Recipe #265896

    This is adapted from a recipe I found in a pregnancy book. It is WONDERFUL! It's good hot, cold or room temperature. It's good plain or with butter. The original recipe doesn't use any sugar but I didn't think I'd like it without it.

    Recipe #379148

    Very zippy and flavorful. This is what I ended up with when I had a recipe in a Polish cookbook with choices of ingredients but no amounts. Turned out pretty good if I do say so myself. Use to garnish fish, pate or other cold meats. **A variation that I didn't try is to add 2 ground or finely chopped hard boiled eggs.**

    Recipe #202667

    From: "Complete Home Bartender's Guide" by Salvatore Calabrese. "A delectable orange and chocolate flavor comes to the fore as you stir this."

    Recipe #255330

    Created for RSC #12. This cake ended up being one of the best cakes I've ever had! It isn't quite a cake and isn't quite a cheesecake but a mixture of the two. When you bite into it you experience a velvety firm texture, lemony cheesecake flavor and fruit that pops in your mouth. If you enjoy fruity lemony desserts you'll love this! I used cherries in this but if you prefer blueberries they should be great in it also. When the contest is over I can imagine using any fruit. *I've tried since making a strawberry version and it was too wet. I've also tried regular cake mix and cream cheese and it was wet also so I guess subbing ingredients changes the texture.

    Recipe #317878

    I came across this recipe in the most serendipitous manner...on my way to work going 50 mph I saw some trash blowing across the road...it got stuck to my car and I could hear it fluttering all the way to work. When I got out of my car I found a piece of newspaper stuck to my front grill. I took it off and what was it? A torn out page from a week old newspaper that has 4 yummy sounding recipes! Wow. I feel obligated to post them now. When I try this one I'll probably increase the lemon juice and use the zest. I'll also use extra garlic and add fresh oregano and crumbled feta cheese when it's almost done.

    Recipe #207237

    This is from "The Everything Cocktail Parties and Drinks Book" by Cheryl Charming. "If you find yourself wondering about this martini, rest assured that as weird as it sounds, it does taste exactly like a Tootsie Roll. Taste the two together and compare---if you dare."

    Recipe #253725

    I made this up when I was making recipe#257051. It turned out pretty good! I decided to post it as its own recipe for those that want to make just it. It tastes more like caramel but when I read the definition of caramel it's white sugar that is browned and butterscotch is brown sugar cooked with butter. Anyhow...this could be made even more flavorful by adding orange zest, cinnamon or rum extract. Feel free to play with it. If you decide to use regular brown sugar double it because Splenda brown sugar is twice as sweet.

    Recipe #257192

    Created for RSC#12. If you like sweet, cold, creamy, cherries and chocolate this is for you!

    Recipe #317869

    From: "Complete Home Bartender's Guide" by Salvatore Calabrese. "A balanced version based on the classic Teeny Weeny Woo-Woo of the 1980's."

    Recipe #255324

    From "Mr. Boston All-New Official Bartender's and Party Guide". Great book!

    Recipe #265908

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