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    What We REALLY Feed Our Families - 2006

    This is a compilation of all the recipes that people have posted as having made for their family. The thread changes week to week but it is usually very easy to find in the Kid-Friendly Forum. Stop by and see what we are cooking up! http://www.recipezaar.com/bb/viewforum.zsp?f=34
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    This is from my Eat Well Stay Well cookbook. I haven’t tried it yet, but I’m typing it up for ZWT. This is a white wine version of the French county stew and is much lower in fat than the original. This could probably be adapted to be a crock pot recipe.

    Recipe #228306

    A wonderfully grown-up macaroni and cheese. Great served with a salad and bread or steamed peas or broccoli.

    Recipe #199855

    12 Reviews |  By Saturn

    This is our all-purpose recipe for breadcrumbs. We have used these to coat chicken and pork chops. We also use them in any savory recipe that calls for breadcrumbs. My fiance and I work this recipe together. I gather the spices and he operates the hand processor.

    Recipe #199409

    From "French Women Don't Get Fat" by Mireille Guiliano. The original recipe suggest any of these cheeses - gruyere, swiss, jarlsberg, comte, parmesan or pecorino. Also, the original recipe did not call for baking, just broiling. I found that the liquid didn't set enough with just broiling so I've added the short bake. Everyone in my family likes this, even the kids.

    Recipe #197274

    Though I am not diabetic, the emphasis on lower sugar and higer fiber recipes suits my own tastes. This is an adaptation of a recipe from dlife.com (which obtained it from the American Cancer Research Institute) with changes that do not alter the exchanges. I am planning to try this for Christmas but want it here for safekeeping. Most likely, I will try this with the Splenda brown sugar blend which will actually reduce the carb count. (Dietary Exchanges: 1-1/2 Starch; 1 Fruit; 1 Fat)

    Recipe #197048

    From the New York Times, Nov 8, 2006. Adapted from Jim Lahey, Sullivan Street Bakery. Time: About 1½ hours plus 14 to 20 hours’ rising

    Recipe #194745

    2 Reviews |  By Mikekey

    A sweet pie, but could be used as a side dish to turkey or chicken. If not worried about sugar intake, sub equal amount of granulated sugar for Splenda.

    Recipe #192658

    From Vegetarian Gourmet way back in the 90s. Holiday issue. Recommended with Black Bean Stuffed Peppers.

    Recipe #192628

    I am one of those people who likes hominy, particularly in Southwestern soups and stews. Came across this side dish in a new Weight Watchers cookbook and decided that it would soon be making an appearance on my dinner table.

    Recipe #192001

    This is a simple dinner to prepare when you have leftover chicken, it's fast to put together and fast to dissappear. Even your picky eaters will go back for seconds.

    Recipe #189686

    This isn't so much a recipe as a method of cooking cornbread in a hurry - especially in small batches. I first encountered these cornbread cakes in Tennessee at a food counter and saw these pancakes. So...I asked what pancakes were doing alongside chicken and gravy. Laughter followed and I was quickly told "well, that's cornbread." Oh really? I've been making them ever since and this recipe has a few of my own ingredients.

    Recipe #187479

    This is so good! I looked for a good recipe for maple glaze for chicken or fish or *whatever* that had the ingredients that I had on hand, but I just couldn't find the right one, so I created this extremely simple recipe myself and it was a success. I guess sometimes, to find the right answers, you have to look within!

    Recipe #187367

    3 Reviews |  By ladypit

    I had a cheeseburger salad at a restaurant. Really tasty, but I didn't want to know what it was doing to my arteries! So I re-did it for myself at home. This is super easy and fast. Good for a quick lunch. I love lots of ketchup, but if you don't, reduce that amount. I use a 1 point veggie burger, and 2% cheese to make this a 2 point lunch on Weight Watchers. If you're doing CORE, it would work with fat free cheese and a core veggie burger. I like this because it's fast and easy and satisfying. You could, of course, add lots of other veggies to your salad.

    Recipe #186703

    Kobe is a Japanese restaurant from my hometown. I got this recipe from a cookbook called Hometown Cooking with Bank of Granite and credit is given to Robin Powell. I normally double the rice (it's that good!) and 1/2 the "shrimp sauce" as it goes a long way. I am listing it here exactly as it is printed. PS- Shrimp Sauce is Kobe's name for it there is no shrimp anywhere near it. I serve it with Recipe #186388.

    Recipe #186399

    I say this is Japanese-style because it is similar to the sesame chicken served at a Japanese restaurant in my hometown. Of course they set it on fire and all of that stuff, so it isn't quite as good, but it is close enough for home. My family loves this. I serve it with Recipe #186399.

    Recipe #186388

    This is a great yellow rice dish. It is really good with calypso chicken dish that I just posted.

    Recipe #185312

    This is really yummy chicken...a little spice and a little sweet. UPDATE...I had this made somewhere else and it was good. I made it per the directions tonight and it was pretty spicy. If you don't like spicy cut back on the jerk seasoning.

    Recipe #185311

    23 Reviews |  By byZula

    This is a copycat recipe.

    Recipe #183686

    Freeze this in individual servings for a delicious lunch box treat.

    Recipe #181330

    Freeze this in individual servings for a delicious lunch box treat.

    Recipe #181324

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