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    I found this online. The spices are optional, I used the cinnamon only. Also, they don't keep well, so gobble them up quickly!

    Recipe #487115

    This recipe takes winter tomatoes and turns them into fruit with summery concentrated sweetness and intense tomato essence. Serve as a side dish with roast beef, lamb, steak, or fish. Or puree the tomatoes with olive oil and serve simply over pasta. From Cooking Light.

    Recipe #490169

    I think this makes a perfect holiday salad. I will be making it for Thanksgiving and will report back. Source: Food52. com / brigidc's. This is her description of the salad. Sweet, salty, tart, crunchy and spicy, this salad has perfect flavor and texture balance. The inspiration was pomegranate molasses, which I learned about when I worked on a Persian food class. I like how the molasses takes the acidic edge off the vinaigrette but it is still tangy and delicious. Be sure to try this no fuss, no muss recipe Recipe #446884 I made my own pomegranate molasses: Recipe #490458 It's easy and can be reduced to make a smaller amount. It can be stored up to 6 months.

    Recipe #490463

    A delicious alternative to the everyday chicken soup!

    Recipe #490518

    A great way to serve up fish, its so full of flavour and the Asian marinade is tasty and quite hot and baked in a loose foil package. Serve either with salads and fried up baby new potatoes cooked in garlic olive oil or over rice with the juices serving as a gravy. Totally delicious either way

    Recipe #476028

    So, you can understand when I saw Bloody Mary terrine on netdoctor’s Healthy Living/Recipes section http://www.netdoctor.co.uk Credit to mickeydownunder http://whatsonthelist.wordpress.com

    Recipe #493807

    A moist, delicious coffee cake with a lemony crunch on top! From KAF

    Recipe #492785

    Recipe appealed to me when first I did see, LOVE blueberries!!! How about thee? Won't be disappointed, different, TRUE! HOPE you will try it too!

    Recipe #107879

    Thought cabbage was a bit boring, TRUE! Even if people don't like cabbage, they'll like this too! LOVE combination, healthy too! HOPE you'll try ...let me know what you think, TRUE!

    Recipe #160595

    There are several recipes for this on this site, but none quite like this! I have a recipe posted for the puris if you don't want to search the stores, or, use crackers! Recipe #483169

    Recipe #483830

    Healthy and delicious, TRUE! Quite colourful dish too, Something different, THAT'S for me! HOPE some reviews of this do we all see!

    Recipe #109268

    From the Splenda website.

    Recipe #487575

    ALWAYS inspired by what I find on the Internet, TRUE! LOVE the EASE and simplicity too! HEALTHY, nutritious, simple as can be! This "inspired" (and slighly changed) DIABETIC FOR DUMMIES COOKBOOK RECIPE by ALAN RUBIN is a DEFINATE keeper for ME!!! NOTE: To make the strips easier to do, I cut the chicken breast square to start too! One inch strips, than between baking paper, lightly pounded away, HOPING this recipe WILL make your day! Used FRESH herbs as does make a difference too! :) Original recipe says to place under broiler for 8 minutes; when pounded thin, can fry in heated pan (no oil) for 30 seconds each side until light brown, saving HEAPS of time too! PREP time does NOT include marinading overnight :) NOTE: I used chicken breasts cut into 1 inch strips about 4 ounces each NOTE: I added some spinach at the end until it wilted for extra colour and serve of veggie too :) WHOO HOO!!

    Recipe #454992

    From Cooking Light. Do not make this unless you have sherry vinegar and Spanish smoked paprika. Do not use regular paprika or it's not the same. Serve on grilled bread. Serving size is 2/3 cup.

    Recipe #490170

    3 Reviews |  By katew

    From NEXT magazine, Set 2010

    Recipe #457256

    Haven't tried this yet, but sounds yummy!

    Recipe #495370

    From Giada De Laurentiis. Barley or orzo may be used in place of the Israeli couscous, which is a larger grain. If using orzo rinse quickly after cooking to remove residual starch.

    Recipe #428639

    This great soup can be on the table in less than 30 minutes.It's so easy, and I've made it so many times, that I memorized the recipe! Serve with lots of whole-wheat bread for dipping, mmm.

    Recipe #203093

    This recipe is from Fitness magazine.

    Recipe #365088

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