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    This uses up zucchini in a very tasty way. Was not expecting much but boy did this turn out nicely. Cooking time includes saute time. These could easily be made with chicken.

    Recipe #435790

    This is an amazingly refreshing salad. I would never have tried this recipe on my own. My brother in law made it and it is delicious. I used fresh corn, tomatoes and basil, but I would sub any of them for frozen or canned except the basil keep it fresh. Granted subbing for frozen or canned will not get a mmmmmmmmm from those that try it, but still tastey. Cook time is marinating time.

    Recipe #435786

    One of my recipe reruns. Cook time is sitting time. I stated that the servings would be 24, that is two large pizzas cut into 12 pieces each.

    Recipe #394137

    I have used this rub on pork and lamb with excellent results.

    Recipe #364888

    I've been working on my hands and fingernails. I purchased a cuticle oil that said in the ingredient list mineral oil, carafan and frangrance when that ran out I purchased one that said vitamin E oil. Thinking that there are alot of different oils available easily now, ceratainly it should be easy to make your own. I went on a search and these are the ones found. I have not tried them yet, when the current bottle I have of store purchased runs out I will. When that happens I will come back and edit this description to include it. I found the discussion for these at this web site, http://www.newdirectionsaromatics.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=3269&sid=04badd1c337d527bcba6e24be5a70958 where they also mention that adding a drop vitamin E anti-oxidant will extend the life. RecipeZaar will not recognize fragrance as an ingredient, so Apricot Oil could have fragrance added if you like.

    Recipe #357046

    A fried rice recipe that uses Jasmine Rice, with fresh shrimp added.

    Recipe #305346

    Found in a newspaper magazine. This looks yummy! I have not tried it, but will when the weather turns back to soup weather.

    Recipe #298548

    Found on the back of my new love Jasamine Rice. This rice smells so amazing while it is cooking, then the taste is just as good. I have not tried this recipe as shrimp is not something that I have on hand all the time. I'm going to have to make a special effort to buy some, just to fix this. I'm thinking that a good Chow Mein or Almond Chicken would go good, but it might do just as well on its own.

    Recipe #298537

    This is a baking tip. I may have read this somewhere and stuck it way in the back of my mind. To have it jump back out a few days ago. So I'm putting here so I remember to do this again, just incase I stick it back in the back part of my brain again. If this was your idea I appologize for dublicating and let me know so I can eliminate this post and add yours to my long lost recipe cookbook :) I have tried this and it works! pretty well I might add.

    Recipe #265351

    Found in the Cooking Pleasures magazine. I am always on the look out for vegetarian foods since my daughter started eating no meat. These actually look good. I am posting here for her. I have not tried this recipe. But I am planning this as a meal when she comes home for a visit.

    Recipe #260694

    Chicken that is baked in a cream sauce. This is actually the work of two. I was putting together a recipe adding this and that, hubby came home and said "hey toss in some blue cheese". This is the outcome. It was rather tasty. I'm posting so I can remember what I did and see what the nutrition stats are. Also, I am a lover of blue cheese, don't think I ever met one I didn't like. If you don't like blue cheese you could sub Parmesan or any dry cheese that would not be stringy. Same with the spices if thyme doesn't tickle your taste buds pick one that does, just taste and go with what works for you. I even imagine this could be done in a crock pot, just adjust the time. Enjoy!

    Recipe #259719

    Muffins that use zucchini and are flavored with dill and parmesean. Lovely!

    Recipe #246738

    This is a quick tip I found in my many cut out recipes stashed in a box. Posting here to remember and save. Enjoy Shirl.

    Recipe #234078

    From America's Test Kitchen. Very good meatloaf wrapped in bacon and covered with a slightly sweet ketchup sauce.

    Recipe #229150

    Found on a flier inside Tobasco's new flavor Chipotle Tabasco. Have not tried yet but have on my to make when the tomatoes and onions are ripe.

    Recipe #226630

    This was a shake that was made when I worked in San Luis Obispo, CA. It was a sandwich shop called Ben Franklins and I couldn't have worked with/for nicer people. We were very well known for sub sandos and the people would line up just to get them. This shake is simple and yummy.

    Recipe #214415

    Found this in a magazine years ago, it is my all time favorite on any meat that I grill outside. The Sour/Sweet flavor blends very nicely.

    Recipe #186509

    According to Helen Lee in her book "The Tao of Beauty," you can eat your way to great hair. Her Black Sesame Seed Soup can be eaten as a snack or even for dessert and supposedly provides skin and hair benefits. Helen Lee says the ingredients should be purchased fresh from your nearest Chinese grocer.

    Recipe #170751

    Taken from Backwoods Home magazine. Cranberry-Orange Relish with a hint of mint.

    Recipe #169693

    Taken from the Backwoods Home magazine.

    Recipe #169677

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