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    From the magazine's August 2007 edition: "In this adaptation of old-fashioned Shaker pie, thin slices of whole lemon are soaked with sugar overnight to soften and sweeten the peel. When mixed with eggs, they create a soft custard base with chewy lemon pieces and a pleasantly bitter edge." Prep/cook time = 1-1/2 hours plus overnight soaking and at least 3-1/2 hours of cooling time. Nutrition facts: 458 cal, 125 fat cal, 8.7g protein, 14g fat, 5.5g sat fat, 79g carb, 2.4g fiber, 387mg sodium, 146mg chol.

    Recipe #244441

    From the magazine's August 2007 edition, this shell goes with our posted "Sunset's Triple Coconut Cream Mini Pies...Unbaked, formed pastry shells keep, frozen, a few weeks." Prep/cook time = 1 hour plus at least 1-1/2 hours of chilling time.

    Recipe #244390

    From the magazine's August 2007 edition: "At Tom Douglas's three Seattle restaurants--Dahlia Lounge, Etta's Seafood, and Palace Kitchen--the triple coconut cream pie is a perennial bestseller. We love the miniature version (and have made them even smaller here, since they're so rich)." Prep and cook time = about 1-1/2 hours plus at least 3 hours of chilling time. Nutrition facts per pie: 746 cal, 495 cal from fat, 8.1g protein, 55g fat (36g sat fat), 57g carb (2.7g fiber), 186mg sodium, 187mg chol.

    Recipe #244386

    From the magazine's August 2007 edition: "It's simple: Use shortening for a flaky texture and butter for a delicious flavor...Makes 1 double crust for a 9-inch pie or 2 single-crust 9-inch pies." Nutrition facts: 168 cal (99 fat cal), 2.1g protein, 11g fat (4.5g sat fat), 15g carb, (0.5g fiber), 270mg sodium, 14mg chol.

    Recipe #244369

    From the magazine's August 2007 edition: "A crisp streusel topping studded with walnuts and pecans perfectly accents tender, sweet peaches." Prep/cook time = 2 hrs + at least 2-1/2 hrs cooling time. Nutrition facts: 491 cals, 243 cals from fat, 5.5g protein, 27g fat (12g sat fat), 59g carb (3.4g fiber), 354mg sodium, 45mg chol.

    Recipe #244368

    This super simple recipe takes so little time to make and packs so much punch in flavor and satisfaction. It is perfect for my dietary needs because it is full of protein and flavor. Great as a meal or for parties! This travels well for lunch boxes, picnics, camping, etc. as long as you can keep it cool.

    Recipe #238872

    This recipe is adapted from the November 2005 issue, which recommends using the freeze-wrap-freeze method: "Before wrapping individually, freeze burritos on a baking sheet so they don't come apart in the process; then put back in freezer."

    Recipe #223972

    This recipe is great any time but is adapted from Everyday Food, Thanksgiving With All The Trimmings, November 2005: "These tender muffins, studded with cranberries and nuts and scented with orange, are 100% whole-grain; and they taste great! This traditional Thanksgiving flavor combination in muffin form makes a delicious, healthy start to your day of feasting."

    Recipe #223963

    I make this often for my family, and there are NEVER any leftovers. It's a great way to use up over-ripe bananas and sneak a fruit and a good protein source past the kids!

    Recipe #223279

    David came up with this recipe yesterday for our oldest son's return from Band Camp. Our son said the camp food was something akin to packing materials and was nothing but sheer torture! In honor of our son the family burger fiend and since David was making pita pizzas anyway, he decided to combine the two into this recipe. Needless to say, our son absolutely devoured the cheeseburger pita and asked for more the next day. We hope you all enjoy it as much as he did! (But do try to eat it a little more slowly, okay? ;D)

    Recipe #248971

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