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    In case you can't tell, I like almonds. You might not need all 5 cups of confectioner's sugar. Just follow your instincts. You want it spreadable, but not too thick.

    Recipe #32109

    Great basic vinaigrette!

    Recipe #37522

    This looks fantastic. An epicurious.com find--I have been looking for good healthy (and CREATIVE) lunch bag stuff when classes start up again....this will keep for up to one week in the fridge if covered well.

    Recipe #37969

    Another fresh salad, perfect for summer.

    Recipe #32511

    I haven't tried this, but am planning to ask for an ice-cream freezer next year and thought this looked like an easy first recipe. I didn't include a cooking time, sinc eI don't know how long it takes to make ice cream, but it certainly doesn't take long to assemble!

    Recipe #50870

    Another healthy dip from weightwatchers.com!

    Recipe #41072

    Excellent side to any tex-mex meal. Mouth-cleansing and spicy, but not toooooo spicy.

    Recipe #210657

    Plan to make this for Thanksgiving dinner. May be made a day ahead. From Fine Cooking.

    Recipe #187633

    Have a bottle of creme de menthe to use up. And since I just made chocolate ice cream this morning, this looks like a good possibility for drinks tonight....would also make a nice st patrick's day cocktail!

    Recipe #94495

    Recipe #36983

    This tasty and unusual appetizer can double as a sandwich if you'd like---I used mine as bruschetta. Found at about.com. (I also think you could broil this for a few minutes for a hot sandwich).

    Recipe #37775

    This is an adopted recipe. Here's what the OP had to say about it: "This is my recipe and is an excellent solution to managing your consumption of fat, triglycerides, sugar, etc., because it's all-natural without the need for any additives of any kind. Kids love eating and making this recipe, too! And it is the healthiest alternative to sugared treats. Best of all, you can eat as much as you like without any guilt -- if you do guilt with your eating program (such a waste -- see my profile)."

    Recipe #71057

    Recipe #51265

    This recipe is one I recently adopted. I have not yet tried it, but it sounds as though this recipe is great! Here's what the original poster had to say about this recipe: "I came across a request for an eggyolk sauce recipe on the forum. I did a little research on the net and since I found so many requests, I decided I need to try this. So this is my version of the widely searched sauce. I don't know whether it is anything like the real stuff, so I appreciate if people would tell me so in a review. In any case I believe this is a nice recipe for a little different homemade mayonnaise, that tastes good with Seafood. On tasting it, I believe that variations with wasabi, ginger or garlic would be very nice as well."

    Recipe #102309

    This is a great lower-fat stand-in for most ceasar salad dressings.

    Recipe #29109

    This is an adopted recipe. I'd also probably up the anchovy quotient, but I'm a freak that way. Don't use dried basil or parsley! It would be better just to leave it out. I also took out the addition of salt, since olives and anchovies have quite a lot of that.

    Recipe #7984

    This is a really yummy recipe. I love asian noodle recipes and this one is easy and wonderful. I have tried it with sauteed shrimp as a main dish but you could likely also use other seafood or chicken or tofu!

    Recipe #34632

    This is great-I really like miso and this dressing is really good with spinach (I just ate it on its own but it would make a great salad accompaniment to an Asian-influenced meal).

    Recipe #34523

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