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    body { background: url("http://i10.photobucket.com/albums/a132/tgifford/Untitled-2.jpg"); background-repeat: repeat; } My recipes (reviewed and unreviewed) that have not been photographed. Though this book was created for the Game Room's Photo Tag Game, all chefs are welcome to have a peek.
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    Found this idea in a flyer produced by the Beef Council for restaurant and catering chefs. (Thus the large volume of rub generated.) Have not tried this one yet but it should work well on either steaks or roasts. I'm also guessing a couple tablespoons mixed into ground beef would make a fantastic burger.

    Recipe #205118

    This is a recently adopted recipe that I have not yet tried but plan to do so soon. Looks like a lovely addition to grilled chicken, fish and maybe even pork.

    Recipe #69093

    I found this recipe while searching for new dishes to introduce for the Zaar World Tour of 2005. With the holidays coming up, I've decided to post it though it is as of yet untried. Use the shredding attachment on the food processor to quickly shred the apples. You can also grind or chop them. Don't refrigerate more than two hours before serving or the haroset will be too watery.

    Recipe #161152

    Looking for lower point lunch options, I came on this one in a favorite Weight Watchers cookbook. The dressing alone is divine and could be used in any salad that combines either chicken or turkey with fruit. Either pineapple or pears would work well here and would make a good substitution for the grapes. The salad does not sit well so combine the dressing and components just before serving.

    Recipe #274470

    Time might short by my desire to enjoy flavorful meals remains. This came about after looking at lots of recipes that sort of fit the bill, but not quite. It's a flash in the pan hit that is fast easy and light. (5 WW points)

    Recipe #355274

    I was looking for ideas on how to use up some fresh dill when I came upon a recipe at myeatingwell.com. The cooked spinach not only adds some great flavor, it helps keep the extra lean beef moist and tender. Presented here are my modifications to their dish.

    Recipe #382095

    I recently adopted this recipe having loved it when I prepared it myself. They are a bit of work, but the results are delicious and impressive. I do not plan to change the recipe but may add some hints from my own experiences. Orignal chef's comments: These are very simple fancy cookies to be served either alone or with a mousse, ice cream, fruit, custard or most anything. They can be formed into cups to hold your dessert. This is a simple and foolproof recipe which I make at work all of the time. Prep time does not include chilling the batter overnight. Recipe adapted from David Blom

    Recipe #66012

    Fruit salad is one of my go to favorites to take to summer events. Light fresh and easy, you can always please a crowd. The color contrast between the tropical fruits and the bright berries will be an eye-catcher with the addition of ginger, lime and mint giving it jazzy finish that everyone will remember. Feel free to do substitutions with like fruits, such as swapping the mango with papaya.

    Recipe #366992

    This was distributed at my WW meeting this evening and I came to the site fully expecting that it had been posted and I could save it to one of my cookbooks. Lo and behold, I am the first and while I have not tried this I don't want to lose is as I am apt to do with the card.

    Recipe #329876

    Inspired by a recipe in Eating Well magazine, this quick dish is rather sumptuous in flavor. The original recipe suggested serving this with roasted fennel but I thought it worked better with roasted asparagus. Betting this would also work well with thinly sliced or pounded chicken breasts.

    Recipe #270749

    The holidays are approaching quickly and so the search for gifts in jar commences. This looked divine and I was rather surprised not to find it here. Though I have not tried it yet, I have reduced the amount of butter based on Karen's experience. Thanks Karen!

    Recipe #265550

    Always on the hunt for simple but satisfying meals that don't burden me with a chiller full of leftovers. This recipe is an adaptation of a recipe published by Taste of Home's Cooking for 2 magazine and would work well with black beans. 6 points on the WW Momentum Plan as per the Recipe Builder.

    Recipe #383928

    Came across this one in my current quest to change up the menu a bit and have fallen for fennel. With a distinctive licorice flavor, fennel has many natural pairings including both pork and tomatoes. In this recipe, grilled or pan cooked chops are given a zippy finish with a Italian inspired sauce. For those of us who don't always have time to marinade and do a lot of prep work, this seems like lovely dish to serve to family or friends.

    Recipe #188700

    This salad stands well as its own summertime vegetarian entree or as a side to a simply grilled meat. Chicken and lamb work particularly with these Mediterranean flavors. If watercress is not available, you can use another peppery green such as arugula. Red lentils are best in this recipe as they cook faster and offer a nice visual contrast to the greens.

    Recipe #135915

    Arriving home late (again) I needed something that was quick, simple yet full of satisfying flavors. This recipe modified from another site did the trick. When I made this I added two medium zucchini, halved and sliced, and cooked them just after the chicken and before the sauce. Made this a complete meal.

    Recipe #344419

    Recently purchased some barley malt for a dish and was delighted with its wonderful flavor. A great sweetner with a lovely smokey taste. Then went in search of other recipes using the malt and found this one on chanadet.com. I've tweaked it a bit for my owm taste.

    Recipe #123325

    Most folks are familiar with chicken paprikash, here's a light vegetarian way to enjoy the that delicious combination of paprika in a creamy sauce. Orginal recipe from Cooking Light and post here (untried) for the Zaar World Tour.

    Recipe #140639

    Molten chocolate cakes are just wonderful with their crispy exteriors and gooey centers. Unfortunately, that effect is usually achieved using lots of butter. Found this recipe in Cooking Light magazine and was thrilled that I could have my cake and eat it too. The original recipe called for pistachio nuts. While those offer a great color contrast, I prefer the flavor of almonds. Note that cooking time does not include 2 hour chilling time.

    Recipe #132449

    Delightful fare that will have you reaching for a hunk of crusty bread. The original recipe is from the British magazine Good Food and modified here to my personal tastes. I love the way the ingredients layer creating a dish with depth and yet simple to prepare and easy enough for a busy evening, Made as presented, this is 8 points per serving as per the WW Recipe Builder with generous portions. You may also serve three smaller servings for 5 points each.

    Recipe #376647

    In the midst of a heat wave in the northeast USA and all I can think of is salads and grilling. Found this one while scouring a cookbook and decided to post it for others to enjoy. Though the directions are presented for an indoor grill, you can easily do this with the conventional variety. This is the recipe with my planned modifications. If you try it before I do, comments and suggestions would be helpful. Cooking time does not include 60 minutes of chilling.

    Recipe #180342

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