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    One of the most important cities in Chinese history, Xi'an is one of the Four Great Ancient Capitals of China. From Absolut Vodka.

    Recipe #251229

    Mmmm...serve with crusty rolls to soak up the juices! This quick version of Puerto Rican Stew from Eating Well Magazine uses tilapia or any white flaky fish. The traditional dish uses bacalao, or salted dried codfish.

    Recipe #251196

    From La Venezia Cafe in Winter Park, Florida, where it's served on a bed of greens and garnished with toasted coconut.

    Recipe #251195

    This Puerto Rican one-dish chicken and rice stew is rich in flavor. From Eating Well Magazine.

    Recipe #251176

    Mashing broccoli with cheese and potatoes might just be the ticket to getting your kids to eat their veggies. From Eating Well Magazine.

    Recipe #251173

    This recipe from Deh-Ta Hsiung serves 4-6 as an appetizer or two for a main dish.

    Recipe #251171

    Xni-Pec is Mayan for dog's nose, so be prepared for a wet nose after tasting this fiery concoction! From Chile Pepper Magazine.

    Recipe #251169

    These are really fun to make! Everyone will love these too...not just Bugs Bunny...the starch of the carrots changes composition and with the butter and salt they're almost like a potato chips...well, not really but nothing like plain old carrots.

    Recipe #251168

    Xoriátiki Saláta means "Greek Village Salad" and makes a great side salad - or add some crusty bread and make it a light meal all by itself. From Simply Delicious Greek Cooking.

    Recipe #251167

    Xi-fan means "watery rice" and it's often eaten for breakfast in Northern China, usually made with rice but can be millet, barley, or some other grain. It is often accompanied by peanuts, pickled vegetables, thousand year old eggs, or shredded pork. This easy modern version is one of the only breakfasts I can eat before working out for two hours that keeps me going! You can use any spices you like.

    Recipe #251166

    Can these cookies help you see better at night? Carrots contain Beta-carotene, which is converted to vitamin A in the liver, and Vitamin A helps to maintain healthy vision. Unbeknownst to "old wives" around the world, though, the carrots do not contain enough Beta-carotene to make any significant difference. They are healthy though, so these cookies are a yummy way to eat your veggies! From Karin Woodbury of Ocala, Florida.

    Recipe #251162

    I love Mu Shu Pork, one of my favorites, and this is different than others here and my cooking teacher's recipe because it does not include cabbage. The bean sprouts add a nice crunch! With fresh sprouts in lieu of canned, it's recommended to snap off the root part, for a prettier effect and it can contain bacteria. Dried mushrooms and dried wood ears (also called auricularia)are incredibly good, and available in cellophane packages in Asian markets. You can find recipes for the mandarin pancakes on Zaar, buy them frozen in Asian markets, or substitute thin flour tortillas.

    Recipe #249844

    Green and oozing with...less fat! Keep this recipe classified information and your guests may not be able to identify the mystery alien ingredient which keeps this healthy! From Shape Magazine.

    Recipe #245172

    This is a lightened-up version that is heavy on berries with just a touch of pastry...nicely complemented with vanilla frozen yogurt!

    Recipe #245157

    A lightened up version of the traditional Thanksgiving casserole - and a great side dish for anytime! From Janet & Greta Podleski.

    Recipe #243810

    From Oxygen Magazine.

    Recipe #243808

    This lightened-up version of your favorite still tastes creamy and rich. The sun-dried tomatoes provide Vitamins A and C, fiber and lycopene. From Bridget Kelly.

    Recipe #243807

    A healthier rendition of the popular Indian dish, that doesn't use gobs of butter and tons of heavy cream. Adapted from Eat, Shrink & Be Merry!

    Recipe #243805

    From registered dietitian Zonya Foco.

    Recipe #243802

    If you like chicken cooked in wine, then you'll love it cooked in Amaretto! Adapted from a recipe by Chef Willie of Tioli's restaurant in San Diego.

    Recipe #243669

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