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    3 Reviews |  By lazyme

    A nice make ahead side dish that goes with any German entree. From Gourmet magazine, November 1991.

    Recipe #200526

    A recipe from Coup de Pouce. Posted for ZWT - NA*ME It can be use with recipe#428711

    Recipe #428713

    Spinach sauteed with asian flavors

    Recipe #287499

    Sliced cucumbers tossed with rice-wine vinegar make for a refreshing and simple summer salad. From EatingWell: The EatingWell Healthy in a Hurry Cookbook (2006)

    Recipe #422439

    I found this recipe on the Safeway website. It was listed as an appetizer recipe, but I think it could easily be served as a side dish, too.

    Recipe #425261

    9 Reviews |  By lazyme

    From epicurious.com. Posted for ZWT6.

    Recipe #422889

    From The Pennywise Cookbook published by the Milk Marketing Board of England and Wales in 1973. This is a very refreshing, airy dessert and so simple to make.

    Recipe #423926

    A sublime dessert which I serve after a nice Asian dinner. Simply add some vanilla ice cream to a dessert dish, top with a few canned lychees, and drizzle with a bit of Frangelico or Amaretto. To make it kid friendly, drizzle with some of the lychee juice instead. YUMMO!

    Recipe #425086

    Preparation time does not include the four+ hours soak time for the cedar cooking plank (available online or at many kitchen stores). This is a combination of a recipe from Food Network and the other Bobby Flay. Great served with our without the vinaigrette.

    Recipe #322424

    Gourmet March 2009 Posting this for ZWT 6 Greece.

    Recipe #428331

    Goes well with Recipe#428746.

    Recipe #428747

    A cinnamon toast recipe --Tasty-- created especially for the UK leg of the Zaar World Tour 2010. --Tasty-- is not of legal age to join the Tour, but she has asked me to send along to all participants a message of goodwill and best wishes. Psst-this is also yummy in French toast! (Those French!)

    Recipe #423369

    2 Reviews |  By Scoutie

    These can easily become the star attraction to your next grilled meal! For the grilling itself, build a moderate, medium-heat fire. The veggies come out tender and full of smoky flavor and can be served warm or at room temp. If grill marks do not appear after 5 minutes, adjust either the heat level or the position on the grill. I have made these with chunks of red onion with equally good results. These have great flavor! Interesting factoid: Once the mushroom reaches 4 to 6" in diameter, it is called a Portobello rather than a Portabella. Adapted from Cook's Illustrated magazine, May, 2009. Hope you enjoy.

    Recipe #367120

    I am playing around and trying to find some new lower fat recipes to put into my rotation to keep me from getting bored. This turned out to be lush tasting and something that I could happily eat both for breakfast or for a fairly diet friendly dessert. I use fat free Greek yogurt in this because I enjoy the thick creamy texture with such little fat. Also, I am lactose intolerant but have found that I don't get any reactions when I eat Greek yogurt. I have used both Splenda and sugar in the blueberry stage of this recipe and both worked well

    Recipe #345155

    1 Reviews |  By katew

    A Donna Hay recipe.

    Recipe #385666

    From Naturipefarms.com. I have no objections if you want to substitute other berries in this beverage.

    Recipe #429065

    1 Reviews |  By Az B

    from www.greatbritishkitchen.co.uk

    Recipe #424301

    Posting for ZWT6 Great Britain Region. From www.recipegoldmine.com

    Recipe #427990

    From The Lavender Cookbook by Sharon Shipley. Try different varieties and colors of beets. I left the beets unpeeled but scrubbed them well.

    Recipe #416370

    This recipe (which I've slightly tweaked) comes from SMOOTHIES & JUICES, a 2006 cookbook (published in the UK) that my current cookbook swap partner sent me!

    Recipe #388501

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