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    A refreshing vegetarian fruit curry, medium hot, to be served over rice. "Barely ripe" bananas means newly ripe, or not so ripe that they're losing their firmness. I did not include salt, which many people will miss; if you want, you can add salt in an amount to suit your taste.

    Recipe #237541

    A neat, cute appetizer. I'm guessing at the amount of lemon juice and butter called for; just use however much you need. If you find the bacon shrivels up too much on the skewer, try rinsing it with water and patting it dry with a paper towel before cooking. Since I actually make a bunch at once but am just giving you the directions for making one, I didn't know how to figure the preparation time. You'll figure it out.

    Recipe #237497

    May be served as a cold main dish or as an appetizer. If served as an appetizer, number of servings changes to 6. Preparation time does not include time to cook meats.

    Recipe #237493

    Supper on a budget. I use turkey franks and a spaghetti sauce containing either mushrooms or peppers. Substitute another herb for part of the parsley if you prefer. Cooking time includes time to cook spaghetti initially; subtract if you're using lefterover pasta.

    Recipe #237486

    A no-fuss sweet and spicy treat. If you like, top it with a dollop of sweetened whipped cream. Number of servings depends on how you slice it. UPDATE: Oops, left out the ginger; it's now been added.

    Recipe #237479

    Oh, so good! Makes a nice birthday or special-occasion cake. I used to sift the flour, baking powder and salt together, but nowadays most commercial flour is pre-sifted so I don't bother. If you don't want grated citrus zest in your frosting (though I love it!), after allowing the orange juice in the frosting to infuse some of the flavor from the zest for 10 minutes, you can pour it through a strainer and discard the zest.

    Recipe #237466

    Alternatively, you can use wood skewers that have been soaked in water for 30 minutes. Kabobs come off the skewers more easily if you coat the skewers with nonstick spray. Good with buttered baked potatoes or rice.

    Recipe #237336

    Sesame oil can be substituted for part or all of the peanut oil. Preparation time does not include marinating time.

    Recipe #237337

    I also like this with mixed Mexican shredded cheeses (1/4 lb=4 oz=1 cup).

    Recipe #237331

    For a low-salt, low-fat diet, coat pan with nonstick spray rather than using butter and use low-sodium bouillon powder, skim evaporated milk and skim milk. Please don't substitute canned for frozen peas; they taste awful in this. Cooking time also includes final 10 minutes off flame.

    Recipe #237279

    A deliciously spicy lower-fat chili. If you like, add 1 cup of chopped celery with the onions and omit the celery seeds from the seasonings (I don't much care for the texture of cooked celery, so I don't do this). For hotter chili (ouch!), don't seed the jalapenos.

    Recipe #237270

    Somewhat lean beef, such as ground round, is okay, but if you use too lean beef I've found meatballs may come apart. Frozen green beans can be substituted for fresh, but use regular-cut not French-cut (I think it tastes better with fresh, however). Cloves are optional because quite a number of people don't like cloves.

    Recipe #237267

    One of my mother's favorites for when she was rushed and wanted a vegetable side dish that was quick, simple and tasty. She didn't measure the soy sauce, just sprinkled it with the plastic "sprinkling top" (I don't know what else to call it) on the bottle, so I'm just guessing at the amount. These days, I use light (lower-sodium) soy sauce. If you like, jazz it up with the herb of your choice, but I like it just as is. (Occasionally I sprinkle with my favorite herb thyme.)

    Recipe #234866

    When I need something really fast and easy to serve company, I always get high marks with these. Little do they know how simple the trick is--or at least they wouldn't know if I didn't usually open my big mouth and tell them! Of course, you could also make these with fresh beans and they would be even better, but go with frozen if you're in a hurry.

    Recipe #234849

    Keep up your energy on the trail with these yummy treats. Don't use instant oatmeal. Number of bars depends on what size you cut them.

    Recipe #228569

    Put your leftover cornbread to good use! From a neighbor when I lived down South. UPDATE (4/11/08): Change from original posting: I've always had to cook this about an hour, but I thought that was just me, so I when I originally posted this I left the cooking time at 3/4 hour, which was how I received it. However, since all the reviewers have noted that they, too, have to cook it longer, I have now changed the cooking time to 1 hour.

    Recipe #228568

    Tasty light dessert. This could also be made in a spring-form pan. The cracker crumbs add some crunch, rather than being a full-blown crust. Cooking time is actually chilling time.

    Recipe #226983

    Great weeknight supper for when you're in a hurry. Use the pasta of your choice.

    Recipe #226982

    Adapted from a recipe from the award-winning restaurant at Fearrington House Country Inn in Fearrington Village, NC, (just south of Chapel Hill). I use my own posted recipe for the pie crust; you can use your own preferred crust recipe. This dessert does not have a double pie crust, but it does use an equivalent amount of dough so the Recipezaar program insists that I enter it that way; I make a whole recipe and freeze the other half for another use. Substitute your own favorite crust if you prefer. Good served with vanilla ice cream. How many servings the recipe yields depends on the size of the portions you cut--30 is the yield if you cut into 2 x 2 1/2-inch rectangles. Preparation time does not include the time to make the crust. (P.S. The water on the cookie sheet is supposed to keep the crust from shrinking.)

    Recipe #226894

    Very quick, easy supper. I snap the linquine in half before cooking. Using tuna packed in water cuts down on calories, or if using oil-packed, place in sieve and rinse before using. Cooking time includes time to cook pasta.

    Recipe #226882

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