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    7 Reviews |  By Sage

    This is a wonderful Barley soup made in the Slow cooker, but using the microwave to have in ready in 3 hours. Feel free to add any other vegetables that are available. As you can see no need for oil or butter.

    Recipe #409186

    I made this recently and it was excellent! A package of frozen broccoli can be used instead of fresh. Thank you to Tweetybird40 on the Weight Watchers site.

    Recipe #267346

    Another delicious meal from Cooks Country. Warm and inviting, simple to make and tastes delicious at dinner or forlunch. Simple to make and ingredients are readily available. Times overlap- made in under 30 min

    Recipe #292559

    I can only say thank you to the great chefs of Zaar for inspiring me to make pizza again. I tried several sauces EXCELLENT and dough recipes EXCELLENT and then told myself to come up with another sauce recipe to zip up in a hurry. Well here she is.

    Recipe #284356

    Pork loin roast wrapped in crumb crust and seasoned in red wine. This is a combination recipe of flavors from other cooking I have done mixed with what was on hand. My family said " This is the best tasting pork roast we have ever tasted!" The coating was excellent and it was made with what I had on hand. They want to know when I can make again. "Good enough for Sunday company dinner. You can season to your liking.

    Recipe #153236

    A friend of my F-I-L gave this recipe to him and he says it not only is delicious, the house smells cozy and warm. Can't beat that description. Super easy and quick, serve with crusty bread and salad or famous grilled cheese sandwich and you have a hit for dinner or lunch.

    Recipe #193706

    This comes along with clean out your freezer week. I made this soup for my family this weekend and it went over bigtime. Young and old liked it and I made it vegetarian style. It can be made with meat (chicken or beef) but due to Lent it was veggie. (makes a huge amount) Freezes well. Recipe can be reduced proportionately.

    Recipe #162903

    We love pork chops. I get tired of the same old so I mix it up now again and then revise. Here is a new revision to an old recipe I have been playing with. Made it for a family dinner Birthday party for DF-I-L's 82nd B-Day. Everyone raved and asked for the recipe. I was very pleased at their enjoyment. I cut the recipe down to a normal family dinner recipe as I cooked it for 18 people. Enjoy:-)

    Recipe #259557

    This is a drink we made up over the summer. After trying several types and tastes the girls and I came up with this light and refreshing drink. Get the suntan lotion and the umbrella and of course a cooler.

    Recipe #270969

    YUMMMMY is what I say. I found this recipe in a cookbook, liked it but wanted something better. So I adapted this recipe after playing with it. Here is what I came up with.

    Recipe #274940

    This is not your average hamburger soup. I was planning to make chili (which I also did) and decided to make 4 lbs. of hamburger. I had a head of cabbage and some extra veggies left from last garden pick so here came the soup decision. I am tasting it now before I post because I wanted to make sure the flavors came together well. THEY DID! Dh loves these surprises.

    Recipe #273785

    This is in response to the Beverage Forum Tag. I am enthusiastically encouraged to submit recipes so here is another drink em up concoction. Be careful, it does make you fuzzy after 1 or 2.

    Recipe #271368

    I made this drink in honor of Chef V and her encouragement. This is a new drink made for Holiday Tag 2007.

    Recipe #271139

    Another winner from the BH&G Slow cooker book. This recipe is also to honor a new zaar friend Annacia for getting me involved in the Beverage Forum. Who knew I could drink for recipes. LOL

    Recipe #275074

    Holidays are the time to enjoy and have some fun. We came up with this at the last second just having some fun.

    Recipe #275551

    What can I say? The Beverage forum made me do it! This is a grown up milkshake. It will take you back to your childhood but remind you that you are an adult. That being said.... ENJOY!

    Recipe #275547

    Today we are awaiting an ice storm (again) so after grocery shopping I needed to make a quick dinner that was hearty and warm. (just in case we lose power like they are predicting) Delicious and filling according to my DH and DS.

    Recipe #290364

    Received this recipe at the Christmas WIne Trail. It is to die for! How many times can chocolate burst into your mouth in a bit of a bubble, savored by every taste bud and then give a bit of a silken smooth refresher as an afterthought. This reipe does it and then some. Enjoy adopted and shared from the Quincy Cellars Winery cook time is refrigeration time

    Recipe #289731

    Ok the name says it all. I asked my DD and soon to be S-I-L about this drink and those were the words I used when asked if I wanted one too.

    Recipe #284161

    DH and I bought a juicer, I received several recipes from Zaar and they were great! I wanted my fruit and pizzazz too, sooooooo added a bit of the bubbly and WOWZER! Bubbles and good for you too!

    Recipe #283772

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