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Super super easy! This is for an iced tea maker but I will include instructions on how to do it traditionally as well! Chill time is not included in prep or cook time!

Recipe #432933

I was obsessed with this dish from Macaroni Grille when I was pregnant. This is the closest I could come to recreating it at home so it didn't cost so much! This is also great without the chicken. Make totally vegetarian by substituting veggie broth for the chicken broth! I have also used fat free half and half for the heavy cream with decent results but in order to make the dish as rich and creamy as they do, you need to use the heavy cream.

Recipe #459401

1 point per serving according to the recipe builder!

Recipe #417614

Although I refused to eat it until about a week ago (it was green and well it creeped me out) I have now seen the light. This stuff is amazing! I love it! The cilantro is just so awesome. So naturally I had to find a recipe and try it out! :) I found this recipe on the Dabble posted by someone named Annie and it is pretty darn close! :) Cook time is chill time.

Recipe #417835

Very quick and very good! Great as a side for something grilled or even as a lunch salad!

Recipe #418696

Very easy and quite yummy too!

Recipe #418697

I found these when I was looking for a recipe for Moe's Salsa Verde and they sounded so utterly perfect I had to post here so I could find them and try them out! Found on The Dabble. Prep time does not include time for the simple syrup to cool. It is honestly better to make the syrup the day before and let cool over night!

Recipe #417837

Found on the web. Looks great and I am posting here for safekeeping!

Recipe #418702

This is what I threw into a container for lunch one day at work. I was running late and truly, neccesity is the mother of invention. I was quite surprised at how much I really loved this salad! I love the basil and strawberry mixture!

Recipe #420081

From southern living April 2010. Posted for safekeeping. :)

Recipe #418726

From Southern Living. Great breakfast smoothie!

Recipe #418727

From Southern Living. For the virgin version see Lvs2Cook's Recipe #177579 Freeze time is included in the cooking time!

Recipe #418728

Posted for ZWT6 "Mention to the average American that you love Beans on Toast, and you are stared at in disbelief. I guess the thought of actually eating beans on a piece of toast is a little hard to swallow, both literally, and figuratively, and yet it is an extremely tasty and nutritious meal. So, just in case you are still wondering what we are talking about, here's the recipe, which would provide a meal for two. NOTE: While the toast is toasting, don't forget to make a large pot of tea. It is an absolute fact that you cannot eat Beans on Toast without lots of tea!"

Recipe #423427

From That's my Home. I love this bread and we have it often, I am now posting for ZWT6!

Recipe #423391

From Recipes for an Arabian Night by David Scott. Posted for ZWT6! Traditional Lebanese salad similar to Panzanella in the Italian culture!

Recipe #424826

A favorite during Norwegian Christmas, the person who receives the whole almond receives a special gift (often a marzipan pig). Found on the web posted for ZWT6

Recipe #424890

This sounds great. I always love new recipes for my ABM! This is posted for ZWT. Source: razzle dazzle recipes

Recipe #426062

My favorite way to make croutons for a greek salad or for a ceasar salad. They will keep in an airtight container for 3-4 days in your pantry. We love these! Also, good for brushing on pita bread before toasting to make pita chips! I found this in a food magazine and altered it to make it more to our taste, but I cannot remember which magazine!

Recipe #428086

One of my favorites! I have been eating this since I can remember! Please don't use canned peas -- the taste is all wrong with those!

Recipe #428882

So here is the story behind me and mushy peas. I love peas, but I don't like mushy peas (like the kind that come out of a can mushy, not like this recipe mushy), so when I read about mushy peas and fish and chips, my curiosity was piqued -- the description sounded good. So of course I went in search of a recipe. I have no looked back! This is so good! I eat it when we have real fish and chips and when we have grilled fish and sweet potato chips! It is also a great side for pork chops or potroast in place of the mashed potatoes! I found this on allrecipes.com sometime back in 2008. Very good!

Recipe #428884

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