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    I have a little booklet that is 29 Delicious recipes "Slim down with soup". I took this basic soup and just touched it up a bit.

    Recipe #295928

    A great tasting recipe from "Woman's Day Book Of Salads." from 1963. I wasn't sure what Angostura bitters was so I substituted it with White Wine.

    Recipe #295450

    5 A Day Kids Cookbook came up with this recipe. And it's so fun for the kids to do and super tasty and healthy too!

    Recipe #295351

    This a fun recipe for anytime. However I found it in a Pillsbury "Halloween" recipe book. I made it for my kids and DH last night and they had so much fun with it! Super fun and super fast.

    Recipe #293318

    This is coming from a Woman's Day magazine. Let me just say this is an explosion of flavors. My DH said it was "Screamin'" which is his highest praise. I didn't care for the chickpeas or the feta, but if you like those things it's spectacular! Oh yeah and super duper quick!

    Recipe #292090

    From another Woman's Day Magazine. My DH loved this. The flavors were good and I spiced it up a bit with some habanero chile.

    Recipe #292069

    From a January/February 2007 issue of Pillsbury's "Casseroles & Slow Cooker".

    Recipe #289346

    From the September 2004 edition of Betty Crocker Magazine. "Simple Slow Cooker Meals".

    Recipe #289343

    Recipe comes from Rachael Ray's "Just In Time" Cookbook...she says...."Two basics come together and become one classic sammie. Why didn't I think of this sooner?" Extra Tidbit from Rachel... "You'll need about 1/2 a small onion to get 3 to 4 tablespoons grated, but start with a whole onion to spare your fingertips; save the rest for another use. To save time and cleanup, grate directly into the bowl."

    Recipe #289115

    Got this from a Taste Of Home Magazine from 2003. Super delicious, and good for you!

    Recipe #288939

    This recipe is from "Cheap-Skate In The Kitchen". I literally threw it together and served it with some french bread, and my DH nearly had a heart attack, saying how good it was. It was contributed to the cookbook by Nancy Guth.

    Recipe #288938

    Recipe comes from the Betty Crocker Simple Healthy Meals. For a less spicy dish, use plain diced tomatoes instead of the diced tomatoes with jalapeno peppers.

    Recipe #278013

    If you're a lemon lover then this is a recipe for you. Out of the Martha Steward Original classics cookbook.

    Recipe #277989

    This is a delicious salad dressing I got out of the new "The Martha Stewart Living Cookbook" The Original Classics. Very quick, and super tasty.

    Recipe #277977

    This is so yummy! I thought I was gonna burst eatin' it all up. It's just a little spin on the same old Mac that I came up with and it's a winner in my boys' book! Try it and tell me what ya think!

    Recipe #271328

    This is another recipe card from Grandma's Kitchen. Super quick and easy to make. Yummy too!

    Recipe #271239

    I got this off the internet, when I just did a basic search for Rib eye steaks. It is amazing. The flavors just meld so well with each other, and it's a steak that needs absolutely NO steak sauce. Very quick and super good.

    Recipe #269265

    From a Kraft Food and Family Magazine.

    Recipe #266447

    This recipe is from French Women Don't Get Fat by Mireille Guiliano. Here is an excerpt from the book... "Although you can find tomatoes year-round in France, too, they just aren't the same as they are in season, which runs June through September. In summer, my family used to eat tomatoes at least twice a week, but typically three or four times, in different raw preparations for full flavor. In this recipe, a bit of cheese makes for a heartier dish, which means the meal or fish portion later in the meal can be smaller or eliminated. We almost always had some fresh goat cheese from a local farm, but you can add mozzarella as in Italy or Feta as they do in Greece." (We ate this as the main course, with some garlic bread).

    Recipe #266422

    This is another recipe from Grandma's Kitchen Recipe Cards. Nice spin on the dressing I think. Super good.

    Recipe #266420

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