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    As stated on the Whole Foods website, "Serve this salad by itself, on a bed of greens or roll it up in wraps for an easy and refreshing summer meal. Heirloom tomatoes come in a rainbow of colors. In the summer, green, striped, yellow, orange and purple tomatoes can be purchased at the market. If available, choose three different colors to make this a gorgeous summer harvest salad. The dill sour cream in this recipe also pairs well with fresh vegetables." This recipe is low calorie, low fat and gluten-free. NOTE: After making this fabulous salad, I recommend a light sprinkle of Old Bay Seasoning atop the salad right before serving. . .makes it pretty and tastes great too!

    Recipe #317010

    Recipe typical of Trinidad and Tobago, found on Islandfave.com. Posted for ZWT5. Super simple and sounds delicious.

    Recipe #372670

    This is a simple snack, common in Trinidad and Tobago (Caribbean). Posted for ZWT5.

    Recipe #372664

    Recipe from Oceans Potions: Royal Carribean Cocktail Recipe Book.

    Recipe #320268

    It doesn't get more simple that this. A tasty raw dessert, snack or you could even add water and turn it into baby food for a little one!

    Recipe #338865

    A Jamaican recipe made by Sunny Anderson on Cooking for Real. Some reviewers on another website recommend adding a twist of lime at the end and decreasing the amount of sugar from 2 cups down to 1 cup (but I will leave those choices up to you). Sunny also said that she has added vodka to this beautiful, bright green juice for a wonderful adult cocktail.

    Recipe #336616

    SO tasty and easy too; they turn out so pretty an pink. Recipe from Sugar Creek Gardens in Kirkwood, MO.

    Recipe #369377

    SO good. The beautiful color of blue for the sea, tropical in taste and sure to please. Made these up for my neice's Bachelorette party. Number of servings depends on the size of your cups; I used 2 oz cups, so mine made about 20. Sugar free versions of jello work just fine as well!

    Recipe #328718

    Recipe from Oceans Potions: Royal Carribean Cocktail Recipe Book.

    Recipe #322532

    A fruity frozen drink from Oceans Potions: Royal Carribean Cocktail Recipe Book. This was my favorite drink to have poolside on our last cruise.

    Recipe #322466

    A super popular adult ice cream drink from Planet Hollywood. These are absolutely FANTASTIC. Recipe found on www.cocktailatlas.com.

    Recipe #322203

    "Try this sunny Cucumber Mojito at Scottsdale’s legendary Camelback Inn, which has made the AAA Five-Diamond list for 30 consecutive years. The drink is available at Sprout’s, the spa restaurant." Found on www.cocktailatlas.com.

    Recipe #322197

    A Rachael Ray March 2007 recipe. The martini is a beautiful blue color and it states that the recipe was adapted from ArcLight Cinemas.

    Recipe #321923

    This is my take on a super easy semi-homemade recipe from Dierberg's Everybody Cooks June 2008 issue. Perfect for a summery luncheon, a bridal shower, a baby (girl) shower, or a get-together with the girls!

    Recipe #307378

    A wonderful dessert with a Carribean flare that can be served by itself or over vanilla ice cream. A great way to use up those ripe bananas too! SUPER simple for a dinner party. Original recipe from Betty Crocker, but I switched it up a bit.

    Recipe #288733


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