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    Another recipe I discovered on the website "World Hearth Circle of International Cooking." Sounds interesting.

    Recipe #232832

    I found this interesting-sounding recipe on allrecipes.com It was submitted by Pietogo. She stated "This oddly wonderful combination of ingredients make a surprisingly different and delicious soup that everyone will enjoy! Serve with a dollop of sour cream on top and some crusty bread for dipping. YUM!" I haven't made it yet, but intend to soon.

    Recipe #232910

    This is another favorite from my little book "Low Fat Mexican Recipes" I hope you enjoy it as much as my family does.

    Recipe #204637

    This is a deliciously addictive fruit salad I've been making for years at the holiday. There's never a drop left when the table is cleared. It's very easy to make. Cooking time is refrigeration time. The marshmallow and coconut ingredients can be adjusted to your personal taste.

    Recipe #205203

    I just purchased a new waffle iron and am on a search for awesome waffle recipes. This is one I found on Mr.Breakfast.com. I hope you enjoy it as much as my family did. Any left over waffles would freeze well (OAMC). NOTE: You can also try adding different fruits and spices instead of apple and cinnamon. I added a couple fistfuls of semi-sweet chocolate chips to the batter and the grandkids flipped over them.

    Recipe #393771

    Another favorite found on Mr.Breakfast.com Since I've acquired a new waffle iron, I'm in search of awesome new recipes to use with it. Hope you enjoy this one, my grandkids sure did.

    Recipe #393775

    A delicious and easy recipe. My family loves it.

    Recipe #254373

    I love this recipe for Arroz con Pollo as does my family. It is lower in fat than most you'll run across. I'll be looking forward to your feedback. Enjoy another of our favorites. NOTE: pitted and stuffed green olives can be used in place of the black olives.

    Recipe #205864

    Another favorite from my little "Low Fat Mexican Recipes" book. Enjoy!

    Recipe #204640

    I haven't tried this chicken dish yet, but it has changed my dinner menu for tomorrow. I found this recipe on Allrecipes.com where it has received 663 5-star reviews. Credit goes to Amanda Bibb who submitted it. As I was reading through some of the reviews, there were some notations that I felt should be shared here. One reviewer said that even after draining the artichokes, there was still some excess liquid in the pan, so it was recommended that the artichokes be squeezed prior to chopping to cut the liquid even more. This same reviewer made it at another time and this time used marinated artichokes and said it was fantastic. It was also suggested by a couple of people to use 1/2 mayonnaise and 1/2 sour cream instead of all mayonnaise, now that sounds really good to me too; adding garlic,salt and pepper to taste was also suggested.

    Recipe #303871

    My mom used to make these fantastic sandwiches when I was a kid and I've always loved them. I've made a few alterations to her basic recipe, and it's so good. This sandwich can be altered in many ways, including the additon of some salsa to spice it up. Please share your thoughts if you prepare this sandwich, I'd love to hear your thoughts and I'd like to hear about any variations you might make.

    Recipe #291790

    Another 5-star waffle recipe found on Mr.Breakfast.com I'm on a search for great waffle recipes to use with my new waffle iron. Trying to get them all into one place for easy access -- in my case, that would be Zaar, my home away from home, LOL! Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #393778

    I found this recipe in a little cookbook entitled "Green Thumbs in the Kitchen." It is almost exactly like the one already posted which is why I added the Roman Numeral II to the title. The only variation is the addition of grated cheese to the topping. For those of you who are cabbage lovers as I am, this is terrific, low calorie and diabetic-friendly.

    Recipe #336222

    As I was going through some of my old (very old) recipe boxes, I came across this ribs recipe that I haven't made in years, but will again soon. I recall these being nicely sweet with a definite Hawaiian influence.

    Recipe #231576

    This is a really useful relish to keep in the fridge.

    Recipe #230097

    I found this potato salad recipe on "The German Food Guide" website. I loved all the ingredients that go into making this dish. To be sure, this is not a low-fat, low calorie dish but it sure sounds good. Prep time includes marination time. I am posting this for ZWT 6 - Germany

    Recipe #425795

    Oh my goodness, these burritos turned out so good. I invented this recipe last night wanting to prepare breakfast burritos for my husband and grandson. It was getting late, so I wanted to fix something quick and easy but tasty. These filled the bill perfectly. I'd like to add here that I needed to prepare these without being spicy. If I'd been making them for me and my daughter, I would add some of several possibilites such as chopped green chilis, salsa, onion, garlic; any number of options you can think of. I'll write up this recipe as I prepared them, but add whatever you like - go wild! I believe these burritos would be perfect for OAMC.

    Recipe #327464

    I haven't tried this pozole recipe yet, but I love pozole. I've had it with pork, which is the usual meat ingredient and with chicken, but I've never had it made with beef. The list of ingredients is wonderful, just the things I enjoy with the exception of epazote, not because I don't like it, but because I can never find it at the store. I received this via e-mail this morning from the "Beef, It's What's for Dinner" website.

    Recipe #294391

    These are very good waffles. I found this recipe on Mr.Breakfast.com while in search of recipes to use with my new waffle iron. I hit the jackpot and am placing them here on Zaar so I have all my favorites in one place. I hope you enjoy.

    Recipe #393890

    I found this recipe years ago on the back of a box of Bisquick. It's very fast and easy to throw together; combine those two assets with tasty and you've got a winner in my book.

    Recipe #231580

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