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    Yum! From the Splenda website

    Recipe #487205

    I found this on a German recipes website. I looks very elegant, and easy!

    Recipe #486325

    Yum! I found this recipe on Recipes.com.

    Recipe #486808

    A dish that has been around forever! From Lancashire England, it can be made ahead and kept for several days. An excellent lunch paired with a crisp salad and crunchy bread.

    Recipe #483489

    A different approach for cheery season, marinate as you would olives! For Zaar World Tour 8

    Recipe #483563

    To give these savory pastries a snap, sprinkle chopped anchovies on top before baking!

    Recipe #485285

    A delicious soup from central Mexico. I found this in Betty Crocker's International Cookbook. For Zaar World Tour 8

    Recipe #482944

    A great,tart side dish for pork roast, duck or goose

    Recipe #475365

    This pie is absolutely fabulous. When I make it to sell at my market it flies off the table! My Mother found it an old community cookbook. I prefer to make it with full fat cheese and mayo, but I wanted to give the option for those who like low fat items.

    Recipe #477602

    Made with Kool-Aid. Another improvisation for my son. The secret is to beat the ingredients very well before adding the flour, and very little when the flour is added.

    Recipe #392679

    This is great to use as your salad dressing, or as a salad topping with additional dressing. You can also serve this as a side dish, especially when tomatoes are plentiful in the summer months! If you prepare this during a "dry tomato season", plum tomatoes are a good substitute. This recipe came from Southern Living. Please note: Cooking time is marinating time!

    Recipe #366061

    This is a classic Southern recipe for Easter or Christmas. The sweetness of the honey and molasses is cut by the bourbon and orange juice, making for a perfect glaze. Once the ham is cool and chilled, be sure to remove the fat from the drippings to save and serve with the leftovers...that is one of the best parts of the recipe!

    Recipe #367418

    This is a delicious and quick recipe using pre-cooked chicken. Great for a weeknight dinner. Use your own pre-cooked chicken, or buy a deli-roasted chicken...both yield about 3 cups of cooked chicken. Featured in Southern Living's 40 Years of Our Best Recipes cookbook as a "Quick & Easy" recipe. From some of the reviews, I think it isn't as quick and easy as they would like :).

    Recipe #366057

    This spicy fish chowder usually is concocted aboard fishing boats from the days catch in Portugal. Many times the ingredients vary according to what the day's catch was. This chowder is traditionally served over bread triangles. Posted for ZWT!

    Recipe #369677

    Posted for ZWT5, this recipe is from Emeril Lagasse's "There's a Chef in My World". Prep and Cooking time does not include the standing time for the meringues.

    Recipe #370107

    Yummy crusted fish with the best tasting sauce ever! From Beverly Gannon's General Store Cookbook. I've found the Sriracha in the asian section of my grocery store.

    Recipe #370589

    Gazpacho originated in Andalusia, the southern section of Spain. For the best flavor, you must be sure to use very ripe tomatoes, otherwise the taste falls flat. This recipe is from the Antigua Casa Sobrino de Botin in Madrid, and is in A Treasury of Great Recipes by Mary and Vincent Price. Prep time includes 1 hour of soaking, Cook time is chill time. Posted for ZWT.

    Recipe #370079

    Excellent meal for the summer, since there is no cooking involved and it is cool. Any thick, firm white fish can be used. The citrus juice cooks the fish. You can also add shrimp or scallops and substitute for part of the fish. This is adapted from "A Treasury of Great Recipes" by Mary and Vincent Price. Cooking time is the marinating time in the refrigerator. Letting it sit in the vegetable mixture overnight is not included. Posted for ZWT5.

    Recipe #370089

    Wonderful tasting salad with a fabulous dressing! Posted for ZWT5! From the Food Network Channel, Robin Miller.

    Recipe #370562

    Wonderful stuffed poblano chiles, with a meaty filling. Adapted from the Junior League of El Paso's Cookbook Seasoned with Sun. Posted for ZWT5!

    Recipe #370102

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