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    I grew up eating at this fast-food restaurant and then it suddenly disappeared. Now they are back and their hamburgers and shakes are just as good as they ever were. Their chili cheese fries are delish! Of course, now I only eat at this restaurant on special occasions!!!

    Recipe #464220

    A recipe from Gourmet Magazine. The mustard-herb butter gives a lemony pop to the meatiness of the fish, while the French green lentils add a unique texture that regular brown lentils just don't have. Posted for ZWT-8 France.

    Recipe #482239

    We love biscotti with our morning coffee. Easy to bake and they store well in an air-tight container.

    Recipe #477020

    This is a Williams-Sonoma recipe which can be served as a salad or a light lunch. The dressing can be made up to 2 hours ahead.

    Recipe #464910

    Recipe is from my "Joy of Eating French Food" cookbook. Posted for ZWT-8-France.

    Recipe #482744

    A 4-ingredient dish that sounds delicious and very easy to make.

    Recipe #467922

    From Cooking Light Magazine. The recipe states to poke the chicken with a fork so it can really absorb the marinade and if your like leftovers -- double the recipe.

    Recipe #470480

    I prepared this wonderfully fragrant dish as a meal (vs. side dish) and served it with some Naan bread. My husband rated this dish a "9" on a scale of 1 to 10.

    Recipe #416982

    This is taken from the "All Ears" section of Food Network magazine. We love corn on the cob and this butter mixtures sounds wonderful.

    Recipe #466035

    Another recipe from Cooking Light. Sounds wonderful and is next on my list of grilling recipes.

    Recipe #468506

    Recipe courtesy of The East Coast Grill and the Back Eddy. The Restaurant owner serves this mayonnaise on a grilled coriander rubbed chicken sandwich.

    Recipe #476411

    This recipe uses sourdough bread along with the tomatoes and crumbled goat cheese or feta cheese. This dish can be baked and served immediately or assembled and refrigerated overnight before baking.

    Recipe #465060

    Recipe comes from Wolfgang Puck's Chinois Restaurant. My WP recipe book says it is a favorite among customers.

    Recipe #464616

    This dish sounds decadent, but might be a perfect dinner for two on some romantic evening--- or not! Or, maybe you are just in the mood for a rich, yummy pasta dish for absolutely no reason at all!

    Recipe #466456

    This recipe is from the LA Lite Cookbook. It sounds very similar to Tequila Lime Chicken, but without the tequila. This recipe will be my next grilled chicken dish to try.

    Recipe #463621

    Found this recipe on the web. Sounds like it would be a great potluck or party salad.

    Recipe #464110

    If you want to lighten up a weekday or holiday meal, this dish sounds like a winner! This recipe uses yukon gold potatoes and gruyere cheese along with a combination of low-fat and whole milk. Recipe from Food Network magazine.

    Recipe #466038

    Such a simple dish with only 3 ingredients excluding salt and pepper. Can't wait to try this dish.

    Recipe #467923

    Taken from my mom's treasury of recipes. You can substitute craisins instead of the raisins - they taste wonderful too!

    Recipe #393742

    This recipe is very similar to the Middle Eastern version, except for the addition of the parmesan cheese. I plan to make this dish very soon.

    Recipe #463829


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