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    This is my version of the famous (and effective) 7-Day Soup Diet. The secret of this soup is low(er) carb veggies—like kale, watercress, turnips, pumpkin/squash, carrots, chayote, chards, chicory, okra, rutabaga (very low carb), brussels sprouts, chiles—use your imagination! Day 2: the potato seemed like a blessing from God. Day 4: mashed bananas with milk + honey/splenda. Day 5: the combination of steaks and tomatoes was divine. To salads or fresh veggies I added a little bit of extra-virgin olive oil and balsamic vinegar. (Servings reflect only the days you eat the soup.)

    Recipe #476655

    This is a delicious dish, simple and juicy. If you are looking for a dish with suttle, mild flavors, but still tasty, this is it. I particularly am not always in the mood for lots of spice...

    Recipe #367319

    OK, this recipe is from Brazil, but it's not what I would call "typical"--sorry... But it is delicious and easy to make. You can use any kind of rice you like, by the way. And as we say in Portuguese: "Bom apetite!"

    Recipe #367249

    You got me: I don't know where I got this recipe... But it is among our favorites. DELICIOUS!

    Recipe #366150

    This recipe was in an April/03 Lifestyle, a local paper. I think this is the best meatloaf I've ever tried. Follow all the steps and you will also have a taste of the best-meatloaf-ever!

    Recipe #367089

    I think this is from the Splenda web site, not sure. Wherever it came from, it is delicious!

    Recipe #367217

    This is SO, SO delicious! And the color! Beautiful and delicious! Very elegant served in a crystal compote. Doesn't need cake, ice cream, whipped cream!: it's delicious on itself! Select pears of uniform size, otherwise some will cook and others will be a bit raw inside. (Source: “Perfect Preserves,” Nora Carey, 1990 edition.)

    Recipe #375137

    A delicious recipe for those cold nights! It can also be made in a dutch oven on stove top; just simmer for 1 hour.

    Recipe #366837

    Given to me by her daughter-in-law, Tracy. This is absolutely delicious and so easy to make! It reminds me of the "cuca" (kuchen) my German-Brazilian grandmother, Olga, used to make when I was a kid.

    Recipe #375214

    Although I have not a drop of Irish blood, I love boiled fruitcake! This delicious recipe is from "In an Irish Country Kitchen," by Clare Connery. I reduced the cooking time, because I think the cake gets a bit too dry. Give it a try: I know you will love it!

    Recipe #376394

    In Brazil "Reis Magos" (Heyss Magos) are the Three Wise Men who visited the baby Jesus. I know I got this recipe from the Internet, but can't recall which web site. I don't think I ever tried it in the US. Hope you enjoyit.

    Recipe #375220

    Sts. Peter and John are two big parties we have in Brazil on July, especially in the country side. We commemorate by gathering by large bonfires, eating popcorn, cakes, sweet potatoes (quite different from Americans'), among other things, singing and dancing. One tradition is that girls of marrying age will learn who they will marry by following certain procedures the night before St. Peter's Feast (who is a matchmaker Saint in Brazil). Some frustrated girls go so far as to hang the saint's image upside-down inside a well, punishment for faling to find them a husband; he stays there until he performs his duty... Another tradition is to pack a small token and put it in the cake batter before baking; the girl who gets it is the next one to marry. Folclore apart, I love this cake and tried it in the US successfully.

    Recipe #368146

    "Prestigio" (pronounced "prescheejioo") is a Brazilian candy bar I used to eat when a child. This cake although it does not have the candy bar in it, mimics its color and a bit of the flavor. Hope you'll enjoy it!

    Recipe #368142

    I think this one is also from Quick Cooking, not sure. Anyway, it is as easy as it is delicious. I do add salt and pepper, by the way. If you like, add 1 cup sliced fresh mushrooms cooked in 2 tbsp of butter. You can also add 1 cup cut up cooked ham. Instead of the broccoli you can use frozen asparagus, cut up and make ASPARGUS AU GRATIN instead. Same for coliflower.

    Recipe #367211

    Good for parties or snacking. Can also work as a casserole--just add 3 well beaten eggs to recipe before baking.

    Recipe #366394

    I got this from a book years ago--can't remember which one, sorry. It is DELICIOUS. One of the suggestions is to serve smaller squashes with roast turkey.

    Recipe #367259

    This recipe is from I didn't make it yet, but sounds good.

    Recipe #404812

    This is delicious. It has a delicate flavor--not tasteless, just delicate!--and looks nice. I boil caramel longer, so apples acquire a stronger caramel taste. Servings are a guess. (Source: Preserving the Taste, Edon Waycott)

    Recipe #375300

    This is from Southern Living (Dec/2000) on-line; made a few adaptations. It was a bit hit last Christmas--very pretty to look at and simply DELICIOUS. I made it as an oblong gift box. It is extremely easy to make and looks like you worked for hours.

    Recipe #408100

    I printed this from the Internet and it says that: "This cake first appeared in Better Homes and Gardens magazine." It is delicious and the tart cherries soaked in brandy give it a delicious taste.

    Recipe #375212

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