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    5 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Yummy! This recipe was adapted from one published in Relish magazine, which comes as an insert in our local newspaper. Their suggestion of adding sautéed or grilled red onion slices for variety sounds good, too.

    Recipe #224587

    6 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    We just love salmon and really enjoyed this recipe for it, which was adapted from Quick & Easy Vietnamese. You can sub another meaty fish, if you wish, such as tuna or halibut.

    Recipe #224586

    3 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Adapted from Quick & Easy Vietnamese, by Nancie McDermott, it's super fast and flavorful!

    Recipe #223721

    5 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Hearty and delicious. Adapted from Rachael Ray, the recipe takes a few shortcuts (like purchased rotisserie chicken and canned beans) to ensure it's easy and quick. :) I picked up a loaf of Italian bread and made Recipe #113699 to go with it, which made for a simple, but comforting and tasty meal on a chilly night.

    Recipe #221459

    I found it interesting that this recipe included tahini, so I had to try it. Great cookies--crispy texture and wonderful flavor. While I don't know that I would classify them as particularly "healthy", they are an improvement over most other versions--they do include a good amount of healthful oats, half the flour is whole-grain, and using tanini in place of part of the butter lowers the saturated fat a bit. :) Adapted from Eating Well.

    Recipe #213174

    3 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Wonderful bread--moist, delicious, and full of pears. I baked it on a cold snowy day, and the lovely aroma wafting through our home was warm and comforting. I was searching online for pear recipes and found this one on another site. It gets even better the day after it's made.

    Recipe #212851

    1 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    After picking up a loaf of King's Hawaiian bread on a whim, I went searching for a sandwich recipe to use it in for Super Bowl eats. I found this one on the King's Hawaiian site and decided to try it since it is simple, and I had everything already on hand except for the dressing. I used Miller's Recipe #16234, and the bacon flavor added a nice touch. I enjoy sandwiches of this type that serve several people, and I like that this one includes spinach. I think a clove or two of minced garlic would be a nice addition to the spinach mixture, but it does seem like I may just have a problem cooking without involving garlic. :)

    Recipe #210105

    2 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    A wonderful dish--simple, delicious comfort food. I seared the lamb chops in a hot skillet coated with a little olive oil before adding them to the potatoes in the oven (reducing roasting time accordingly) and scattered chopped flat-leaf parsley along with the olives, tomatoes and feta to add some color. Recipe adapted from Bon Appétit.

    Recipe #208864

    7 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Roasting brings the best out of many vegetables, and Brussels sprouts are no exception. The browned butter and hazelnuts are wonderful with the roasted sprouts in this recipe, adapted from Eating Well (October/November 2006).

    Recipe #193514

    8 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    I love Brussels sprouts and think they have an undeserved bad reputation with so many because they are often overcooked. (Cooking Brussels sprouts releases sulfur compounds; when overcooked, they develop an unpleasant sulfurous flavor and smell.) In this recipe, adapted from Eating Well (October/November 2006), a small amount of bacon goes a long way to impart its wonderful, smoky flavor to the sprouts.

    Recipe #193511

    14 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Buffalo sauce, a mixture of melted butter and hot sauce, is a big claim to food fame for Buffalo, New York. It is normally served on fried chicken wings (Buffalo wings), but this burger is a great variation of the theme. The recipe is adapted from one published in my local newspaper and credited to David Joachim, author of The Tailgater's Cookbook. It was included in a feature on tailgating, and the idea was to get these ready to grill at home, then grill them at your tailgating affair. The original recipe called for either ground buffalo or ground beef. Since ground buffalo is not available where I live, I used ground beef. I forgot to notice how long prep took, so the time given is a guess. I served these on PaulaG's Recipe #139827--they are excellent and I highly recommend them.

    Recipe #192534

    1 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    I love pork tenderloin, and this recipe, adapted from Eating Well magazine (Aug/Sept 2006 issue), is a terrific way to prepare it. Cutting the meat into medallions not only makes it super-quick to grill (please don't overcook pork tenderloin!), it also allows the marinade to add more of its flavor and makes an attractive presentation. I marinated this around 7 hours, rather than the 2 called for in the recipe. The magazine suggested serving with snow peas and brown rice. Cooking/passive work time includes 2 hours to marinate.

    Recipe #192169

    4 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    We loved this flavorful summer recipe from the latest issue of Cooking Light. It can be prepared up to two days in advance--the tomatoes will take on more flavor the longer they marinate. I used grape tomatoes, rather than cherry, and substituted white wine vinegar for the white balsamic. If you prefer a milder heat, you will want to seed the pepper.

    Recipe #171734

    7 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    This is a fantastic, heart-healthy alternative to mayonnaise-based slaws and makes a fresh, colorful side. Recipe adapted from "Delicious Living", a publication distributed by our local health food store.

    Recipe #163383

    7 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Figs, rich in antioxidants, are combined with fiber-filled oats, whole-grain flour, and honey to make a snack that is healthier than a standard cookie or energy bar. I think they are quite delicious! The recipe is adapted from one published in "Delicious Living", a magazine provided complimentary by our local health food store; it was included in a feature on reducing sugar cravings and making healthier substitutions. Be sure to use whole-wheat pastry flour--you won't get the same results with regular whole-wheat flour.

    Recipe #163170

    5 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Great munchies for a party, or just to keep around to snack on or sprinkle over a salad. Don't think of pumpkin seeds just as a Halloween treat--they taste delicious and have many health benefits as well. Adjust the cayenne to suit your own taste and heat tolerance (I used the full amount and next time will probably add more). Adapted from Bon Appetit.

    Recipe #162174

    28 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    These are delicious little nibbles. I love their simplicity--they are quick to put together and can easily be made on the spur of the moment for an impromptu gathering, but can also be prepared up to a day ahead. The recipe is adapted from one published in "In Style" magazine. Prep time includes 15 minutes refrigeration time.

    Recipe #161852

    25 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    I was a bit skeptical of this 3-ingredient recipe, but curious enough to try it. This was certainly a case where curiosity paid off--these are wonderful little cookies! The recipe was published in Food & Wine's 6th edition of "Best of the Best-The best recipes from the 25 best cookbooks of the year". It was taken from Rozanne Gold's "Desserts 1-2-3". (Be sure to use the self-rising cake flour called for, not self-rising all-purpose flour.)

    Recipe #152865

    15 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    This open-faced sandwich is fantastic! The recipe is adapted from one in a book given to me several years ago by my mother-in-law called "Season's Greetings", by Marlene Sorosky. Marinating time is not included in prep time.

    Recipe #151944

    9 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Although I can't say cauliflower is one of my favorite vegetables, I do love it prepared this way. Recipe is adapted from "A Taste of The Hill from St Louis".

    Recipe #151833

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