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    I think I got this recipe from Cooking Light and have made it several times for customers of mine who are watching their weight. They loved it and always requested it again.

    Recipe #101955

    My mom came across this recipe and made it about 15-20 years ago. We've been making it ever since. It's a simple and good salad.

    Recipe #103953

    Recipe #100186

    You would never guess that only 4 ingredients go into this soup! You can serve it pureed or chunky or a little of both and it can be served warm or chilled! You also have the option of using low-fat cream cheese but I have never tried the fat-free version. I'ts delicious! Serve with a good crusty bread and you're ready to go.

    Recipe #98706

    This recipe derived from the need to use leftover grilled chicken when I was really in the mood for lasagna! The grill flavor really lent it a good flavor- so I suggest using leftover grilled or rotisserie chicken for this.

    Recipe #99203

    Yet another thrown together dish where I've tried to measure the ingredients out. It's really not so important the quantities- a little more or a little less of things depending on your taste. I love this dish, though- it's an alltime fav...

    Recipe #99301

    A few years ago, my Husband (then boyfriend) requested pecan pie for his birthday. I found this recipe in an old Southern Junior League cookbook my mom gave me. It sounded good because it looked like it would be less sweet and syrupy than the usual and I was right! We liked it so much I told my mom about it and last year when the pecans came in, my dad requested she make this pie over and over. It says it is the family recipe prepared by a US Navy chef who cooked for such dignitaries as Harry S Truman and he refused to share this recipe until his retirement, when he allowed it to be published in a Navy newspaper. I'll list the recipe just as printed, however, I like to add more pecans (like twice as much).

    Recipe #104349

    I bought a beautiful pomegranate at the store the other day and wanted to somehow incorporate it with the salmon I had to cook. My husband and I don't like salmon all that much but after last night I think we'll be eating it much more often! I think this glaze could work for many fish, even pork tenderloin and chicken breasts. I also think you could easily substitute cranberry juice for the pomegranate.

    Recipe #103655

    If you're one who likes to pick off artichoke leaves and dip them into a sauce, you must try this recipe!! I'ts really easy and fun to do alongside whatever piece of meat you're grilling on a lazy afternoon.

    Recipe #100416

    This is in between a soup and chili. I love it because it's relatively healthy (low-fat) and thinner than a lot of other chili recipes. Easy and delicious!!! You don't have to second-guess how the flavor will come out because it's always good.

    Recipe #101057

    I always get the coconut chicken soup when I go to a Thai restaurant. I love the combination of flavors! This is a dish that can be served over white or basmati rice or made thinner by adding additional chicken broth and turned into a soup. Add some paper thin sliced mushrooms and scallions at last minute if you're making the soup. This is also really good with shrimp. Do watch that red curry paste, though- it's spicy!!!

    Recipe #101775

    This is a recipe my aunt has been making for years. I'm not sure where the recipe came from, but it's a southern breakfast to a tee!! It also makes a good side dish for supper.

    Recipe #102977

    My brother turned me on to having the butcher cut the ribs for you in this fashion. Of course you don't have to do this, because the real secret's in the AWESOME mopping sauce!! Oh, it's really good!! Spicy.

    Recipe #103854

    I love soup, but never really liked tomato soup out of the can. This totally changed it for me. It's from the Barefoot Contessa.

    Recipe #101250

    this recipe comes from bon appetit. i took it to a dinner party to be served with pork and it was a hit. not as sweet as you might think, but really good and different potato dish. i skipped the parchment paper, because i didn't have any and it was no problem.

    Recipe #119424

    My mom found out about this recipe and relayed it to me. It didn't have measurements or specifications, but this is my interpretation and it's really different and good!!! I know the cooking method is bizarre, but trust me, it works. You can use a whole cut up chicken, just breasts, or leg quarters (the best!)

    Recipe #101351

    I found this out of Ladies Home Journal and thought it looked good so decided to try it. I'm glad I did, it was delicious and a big hit at Super Bowl party. I followed the recipe pretty much exactly except I added 3 cans of chicken broth instead of 1. I like my stews on the thin side.

    Recipe #115186

    My husband and I love beer-can chicken on the grill, but it was raining the other night so I decided to do it in the oven. I love it when chicken is just falling apart like this. It was so tender it really didn't even need the delicious gravy I made to go with it. It's hard to not utilize those good pan juices, anyway.

    Recipe #105725

    This is a recipe from my cousin who got it from a caterer she worked for some years back. If you're a tomato lover, you've got to try this for a side dish that goes with ANYTHING!!!

    Recipe #103258

    I made these for an appetizer last night for me and the guys watching football. They were easy and a big hit!!! I used a FryDaddy and they turned out perfect.

    Recipe #102693

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