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    Pretty brazen of me, isn’t it? Naming this the BEST brine ever? Better than The Good Eats Turkey Brine, even? Well when you start with a Thomas Keller recipe and Tweak it a bit…. What? Who would DARE to “tweak” a Thomas Keller recipe? Oh, yeah, I’m a little crazy like that! I used this on a turkey, and it turned out to be the “BEST TURKEY EVER!!” according to my husband. I can only imagine the magic it would work on a chicken! The original recipe can be found in Thomas Keller’s cookbook Ad Hoc at Home, this is my (very slightly changed) recipe Cooking time = brining time

    Recipe #491000

    I love this recipe, I've eaten it for breakfasts and lunches... the texture and taste is very much like its' meat version... only this is way better for you. Good enough to serve to meat eaters, I promise!

    Recipe #437126

    I've been playing around with making 'meatballs' using some ingredients/techniques I've seen from other recipes. this is a nice substitute for regular meatballs, but don't drop them into a pot of sauce to cook... they'll fall apart after a while! I used Nutritional Yeast Flakes which you could totally make this recipe without. It has a kind of 'cheese' flavor which I like in meatballs :-)

    Recipe #436694

    A one pot meal I concocted in an effort to eat less meat. Quinoa is high in protein and has a great flavor. I love the firm texture of chick peas and the crunch of the just cooked swiss chard as well. I keep roasted vegetable stock in my freezer. I think there's some great recipes here for it. It's so easy and a great way to be frugal with your trimmings and peelings. 2-4 servings is a meal or a side dish (this could be either) I hope you enjoy

    Recipe #436643

    That’s right, three recipes in one! Not everyone likes ricotta stuffed shells, not everyone likes meat stuffed shells. So why not make both? This is EVERYTHING you need to make a tray of stuffed shells that will please everyone

    Recipe #429037

    A very healthy and delicious make ahead breakfast that everyone in your family will LOVE. It’s not too sweet, but you could adjust to your own taste if you want This reheats in the microwave for 15 seconds and it’s just like warm out of the oven. This would even be a nice summer dessert with a dollop of whipped cream or a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

    Recipe #429017

    Sometimes you ‘throw something’ together and it just turns out so well, you amaze yourself, and then you want to share with everyone… this is one of those times. Really nice, light in flavor but substantial enough to have as a dinner salad if you wish.

    Recipe #428601

    Take your favorite Stuffed Peppers recipe, take out fat, replace with spice and flavor. This is easy and delicious and it's good for 'ya!

    Recipe #427089

    What? Did I really mess with such a traditional recipe as baba ganouj? oh yeah I did! Turned out really tasty too! I

    Recipe #421535

    I'm publishing this recipe because I'm sure that there are other families who have members, who don't know how or have forgotten how to make ice when the ice tray is empty.

    Recipe #420398

    I was going to make scalloped potatoes, and had a last minute change, so I took the ingredients and used them in my mashed potatoes. Oh My, they turned out quite delicious and decadent. Not your ordinary Mashed Potatoes… totally worth the extra steps!

    Recipe #419090

    South Beach Diet has this "recipe" for a nice snack using greek yogurt. It's quite tasty and since the texture of the greek yogurt is so creamy, you really feel like you're having a luxurious treat...(cook time is really just the time in the refrigerator)

    Recipe #417295

    I stole the idea from Biggest Loser cook book, changed it a tad. this could be breakfast or a mid afternoon snack... it's really good.

    Recipe #413911

    nope, no sin to eat this oatmeal... just tastes like it.

    Recipe #413910

    This is a really tasty, easy dish that my mom always made for us as dinner during lent (meatless meals). I don't know if it was created out of necessity because it was 'cheap' to make or if it was passed down in the family, but I still love it and love making and eating it. (it's also a good way to 'sneak' cauliflower into your kids diet)

    Recipe #413438

    Moussaka is Delish, but it's SOO fattening. SBD not only cuts the carbs out of it, but also lowers the fat to make it a HEALTHY dish! (healthy and moussaka in the same sentence, how do you like that?)

    Recipe #408353

    What's so special about this? Well, for starters, it's absolutely delicious, pretty easy to make and quite impressive. Prepare the night before, wake up, and pop it into the oven. A Christmas Morning Tradition since 2002, from our family to the Zaar Family!

    Recipe #405793

    I have no idea where the name originated... it's a Family Tradition for my honey and his siblings, another "Rosie" recipe that I'm posting for safe keeping. They are GREAT to serve as appetizers for a party.

    Recipe #405792

    I've made several others chili verde recipes, all of which were good, but I changed so many things to suit our own taste (and time constraints) that I figured I'd post my version. Since I roast the poblanos on the grill, I started browning the pork there too, saves time and makes less of a mess than doing it in the pot. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #404712

    I combined a few recipes that I've found that I really liked, and came up with this one. It's very tasty, has lots of veggies and is low carb (what more could you ask for?) Using lean ground beef, and no rice makes this a "South Beach" friendly meal.

    Recipe #373131

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