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    This is a slightly-altered recipe from Whole Foods. The recipe calls for you to use a small dish (which I did, creating a casserole kind of affair), but the next time I make it, I want to try using a bigger dish so that there are nine little pizzas. I will report back when I do!

    Recipe #403645

    This recipe is soooo easy, and no one will know it started with readymade cookie dough.

    Recipe #401049

    This recipe is VERY autumnal, and also a little bit quirky. I was a little bit worried about the flavor profile (squash? curry? apples?), but it all comes together beautifully. I made changes from the original Better Homes and Gardens recipe, which you might want to consider doing as well. I used two 16-ounce packages of already diced butternut squash--much easier! I also added more chicken broth (probably close to a whole 32-ounce carton), more cider, and added garlic and red pepper flakes.

    Recipe #401045

    This Asian-style recipe is from a Taste of Home ccokbook. Haven't made it yet, but hope to soon.

    Recipe #387729

    This is so yummy, and such a versatile recipe, too! Use whatever dressing/veggies/seasonings you happen to have on hand. Serve it as a side dish... it's particularly wonderful with grilled chicken.

    Recipe #374655

    This is unbelievably delicious, and so easy! It is a simplified version of a WeightWatchers recipe. If you get a deal on the pork roast (we got ours from Costco) it works out to 50 cents a serving!

    Recipe #344492

    This is my favorite beef stroganoff--no canned soup! I always use leftover steak in this recipe, and add paprika and garlic powder. Enjoy!

    Recipe #258105

    I found this in a Better Homes and Gardens cookbook, and it looks great! I disagree with the serving size though--4 servings sounds a bit off. I will report back when I've made it. Also, I reworded it a little bit.

    Recipe #250084

    I found this in a Better Homes and Gardens cookbook, and, man, does it look good! I bet the serving size--4 people!--is a little overoptimistic, though. And I would definitely add some spices.

    Recipe #250082

    This is slightly altered from a Better Homes and Gardens cookbook, and it looks fantastic! The cookbook said you can use tuna in the place of the salmon if you prefer. Either way, yum!

    Recipe #250076

    I got these from a Better Homes and Gardens cookbook, and they look fantastic! I can hardly wait to make them.

    Recipe #250074

    This is super simple--everything is cooked in a foil packet, meaning there are literally no pans to clean! Woo hoo! I got the recipe from the Reynolds website, but I did change it slightly.

    Recipe #243816

    This is a lovely, quick recipe from a Good Housekeeping cookbook, with slight alterations to cook time/temp etc. It's extremely versatile; for instance, I had to use dried tarragon in place of fresh, and an onion in place of the shallot. It still came out great. Serve over noodles (but be aware that there is only enough sauce for two) and add garlic to your heart's content!

    Recipe #233301

    I found this on another website. It looks great!

    Recipe #233298

    This is a simple and good recipe from bettycrocker.com. NOTE: This recipe is even better if you double the cheese and bread crumbs. Or, if you would like to cut the calories down, toss the potatoes with some seasonings (we like garlic salt and pepper), the breadcrumbs and a drizzle of olive oil, and omit the butter and cheese.

    Recipe #228793

    This is so, so simple and so, so good. NOTE: the instructions may look long, but I promise the prep should take no longer than five minutes. Then you just slap the packets on the grill and, bam, you're done! UPDATE: this recipe is great over linguine. Just be sure to add lemon juice, more garlic and olive oil, and plenty of Parmesan to the pasta!

    Recipe #221074

    This is a simple way to make a moist chicken breast, perfectly for a sandwich or just by itself. Baking time is approximate, depending on the thickness of the chicken. I have cooked this recipe for anywhere between 25 and 45 minutes.

    Recipe #207971

    This is from allrecipes.com, where at the moment I read it, it had 24 glowing reviews. I can hardly wait to make it. Vegetarians and meat eaters alike loved it; so did those allergic to wheat. Lots of the chefs played around with the recipe, adding mushrooms, or red peppers, leaving out the pine nuts, or changing the cheese. I hope you enjoy it as much as they did!

    Recipe #207900

    This is the first Weight Watchers recipe I've used, and, boy, am I glad I did! The stew is SO tasty and easy. Even better, the recipe can be modified according to what you have on hand. For instance, I used spinach instead of broccoli rabe and a small white onion since in the place of the red, and instead of the Italian sausage, I used kielbasa. I also added lots of red pepper flakes and some cayenne, too. So have fun with this recipe! I can hardly wait to hear what you think of it.

    Recipe #206589

    I found this on Real Simple's website, and it looks wonderful! Says realsimple.com, "The perfect cheese fondue is unctuously rich, nutty yet sweet, and as fun to eat as s'mores. Traditional recipes call for two or three kinds of cheese, such as Gruyère and Emmentaler, slowly and carefully melted together and thickened with cornstarch. This 21st-century recipe starts with shredded Swiss cheese and ready-to-eat Alfredo pasta sauce, eliminating the need to grate additional cheeses and whisk in cornstarch. And if you serve sliced fruit in addition to the cubes of bread, your fondue will not only be more up-to-date; it will be healthier too."

    Recipe #205215

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