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    These deviled eggs are perfect, absolutely delicious! I discovered this recipe on a low-carb recipe web site (from Chef Lisa L.), and found that they are well worth the time and effort it takes to make them!

    Recipe #91808

    My mother is a fabulous cook and I just love her Broccoli Salad. Always one of the first things to go at family dinners and potlucks! You can also substitue 1 cup cauliflower for 1 cup broccoli for a nice Broccoli and Cauliflower salad. Prep/cooking time does not include chill time or cooking the bacon.

    Recipe #85157

    Another delicious recipe from my wonderful mother, who has always been a supurb cook! I remember her making this when I was a child and I look foward to serving this at future dinner parties. A lovely beef stroganoff is always sure to impress!

    Recipe #95071

    This is yet another baked chicken and rice recipe! However, I wanted to share my wonderful mother's recipe for it, because this particular recipe makes the rice turn out so nice and fluffy. When I have used other recipes for this dish, I have found that the rice often comes out overcooked. I think the secret to this recipe is that milk is used, along with the soup, keeping the rice nice and moist. I also love the onion soup mix added to this dish - it really jazzes up the flavor! This recipe is a wonderful dish to serve to company (I usually serve it with a nice, flavorful salad of some sort) because it is so easy to just throw it in the oven an hour or so before serving it to guests - so that the chef can enjoy the festivities, as well!

    Recipe #214676

    This is a combination appetizer that I serve based on a few different appetizers that I have seen offered in resturants. Your guests must love garlic, of course, but it is a rich, elegant appetizer that is sure to impress. I even occasionally make it for myself for dinner!

    Recipe #85163

    This recipe is very simple, and great to make for a crowd (it can also be easily be adjusted for a smaller group, as well). As written, it serves 8. My fabulous stepmother made this for a group of 14, while we were on vacation, and I thought that it was a great idea. You can also adjust the type of potatoes to your guests' preference. Enjoy!

    Recipe #128677

    My husband and I love blue cheese dressing and I modeled this salad on a Blue Cheese and Tomato Salad that we were once served in a resturant. We love it! You can also use bottled Chunky Blue Cheese Salad Dressing, but this homemade dressing is better!

    Recipe #85169

    These ribs always get raves! They are tender and moist, and the homemade BBQ sauce is scrumptious! These are very similar to the ribs that are served at Applebee's. I actually found this recipe in a magazine and have been hooked on these bodacious ribs ever since!

    Recipe #98341

    This is the easiest, most simple way that I make garlic green beans. There are recipes that I sometimes use that are a bit more fancy, but, for garlic green beans that are a breeze to make, I like these!

    Recipe #128618

    Something different for breakfast - quick, easy, and delicious! I often make this with spicy mustard, pepper jack cheese, green chilies, and sliced onion, but I like spicy! Use your creativity and build the breakfast sandwich of your dreams (the possibilities are endless)! :-)

    Recipe #151638

    I threw this together tonight to liven up our veggie side dish, and it turned out great! The measurements are approximate, since I just kind of threw it together without measuring, so feel free to experiment. I like it nice and cheesy, but please also feel free to adjust the cheese factor to your preference. This offers a nice twist on plain-ol broccoli for dinner! :-)

    Recipe #113796

    I feel silly even posting this as a recipe because it is so simple. However, when I discovered this low-fat, healthy, sweet-satisfying treat, I just had to share it! It's also a great snack for kids and is a wonderful breakfast or dessert. Feel free to add more or less cinnamon and Splenda to your taste. Simple - yet delicious!

    Recipe #110981

    This makes a wonderful, very flavorful french onion soup. It is based on a recipe in one of Suzanne Somers' cookbooks, and then slightly modifed by me. It is quite low carb as is, but for an even more low-carb, low-fat version, you may use a slice of portebello mushroom, instead of the bread (just place a large mushroom slice where you would the bread, and place the cheese on top of the mushroom)and use shredded Parmesan cheese (which is a cheese that is lower in fat). A lovely soup, well-worth the trouble of making it!

    Recipe #91793

    Mmmmm! These Frangos will melt in your mouth! They are so easy to make and also make great gifts. After cutting the Frangos into small pieces, I individually wrap each piece in pretty cellophane paper, and then place all pieces in either a cool coffee mug, a pretty box, or a lovely bag. I then take a colorful recipe card and write out the recipe to include with the gift because people always ask me for it once they have tasted these! Please note that the prep time does not include chill time.

    Recipe #85538

    I love sauteed spinach with garlic, and one day I got creative and threw in some shredded cheddar cheese (Tilamook is the best). Yum! Yum! What a delightful treat my surprise turned out to be! :-) This may even appeal to non-spinach lovers because of the wonderful cheesy taste it brings. Please note that, when you first start to saute the spinach leaves, it will appear to be too much spinach, but once it begins to wilt, it becomes a much smaller quanity. Best of all, this dish literally takes about 5 minutes to throw together!

    Recipe #103556

    This recipe is so easy and delicious! Original recipe from Kimberly Pierotti, from Milmay, NJ, as published in the Gooseberry Patch "Ready, Set, Eat!" cookbook. For added ease, use frozen, boil-in-bag ravioli and creamed spinach!

    Recipe #318845

    I love garlic, and I love chicken cooked in the crock pot (so tender it falls right off of the bones), so this is a perfect combo of the two. I have some cooking in the crock pot right now, and I am longing for it to be done! :-) I never measure the spices, so these are estimates - please feel free to experiment. It is cooked with loads of garlic, so loving garlic is a plus!

    Recipe #179050

    This chicken is so tender that it falls right off of the bones! Herbes de Provence is a wonderful spice to use on poultry, fish, and veggies (even potatoes). This chicken can also be roasted in the oven, but I prefer it cooked in the crock pot -it is more tender and flavorful when it is slow-cooked. Feel free to throw some additional veggies into the crock pot for a complete meal! Another recipe from a Suzanne Somers' cookbook (and then modified by me to cook in a crock pot).

    Recipe #91798

    I love this curry chicken salad! I make up a batch on Sunday and take it to work for lunch on both Monday and Tuesday. The curry dressing is just right, with a perfect bite to it! A unique way to dress up chicken salad!

    Recipe #85536

    Veggie Soup is usually not thought of as decadent, but this one is so rich, flavorful, and delectable that the name is perfect! This is a wonderful, healthy, filling, low-cal, and savory veggie soup, one that is perfect for the South Beach Diet (or any other low carb diet). I like to make up a big batch on the weekend, and then freeze some for both one weeknight dinner and a lunch or two during the week. I have a pot simmering right now, and I can't wait to dig into it. This recipe was found on a South Beach Recipe Site, and then slighly modifed by me, in an effort to perfect it to our preferance. Feel free to experiment with the spices (or even the veggies) -this just happens to be the way we like it!

    Recipe #103104

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