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    With two kinds of pork, how can this be anything but awesome. I was never a Navy Bean Soup person... I had a bad recipe! My hubby loves Navy Bean Soup, so I came up with my own recipe... he LOVED it and told me I HAD to write it down so I could make it again. This uses the quick-soak method for the beans, which I believe gives the best consistency to the final product. I hope you enjoy as much as we do, I converted myself to a Navy Bean Soup Eater!

    Recipe #352270

    Ok, so how can something that's low carb AND low fat be so tasty? Trust me, this recipe is a keeper. I took the idea of using chopped cauliflower from Blane Jelus, (Blane's low carb kitchen) and applied it to my own stuffed cabbage recipe.

    Recipe #352142

    The recipe was given to us by a co-worker of our son. I could just sit and eat the sauce it's so good! It makes a very thick sauce, but you can thin it to your liking. it's not as hot as you think it is (considering the base is jalapeno)

    Recipe #349392

    I adapted a few other recipes, which called for marinating a roast overnight in mojo... and this turned out fantastic (If I do say so myself) We used this to make tacos with corn tortillas, along with home made salsa verde, queso fresco, lettuce and pico de gallo. (a Mexican style dish, but the flavors go very well together) I am also posting my recipe for an authentic salsa verde, given to my step-son by one of his co-workers.

    Recipe #349384

    Delicious! Flavors similar to Jumbalaya, this is a really nice side dish, or even a main meal for two.

    Recipe #347970

    This is a quick and flavorful adaptation of the general recipe in the South Beach Supercharged book. It's warm and homey and quite filling, plus it's delicious!

    Recipe #343785

    I found this recipe on a blog on line lifeloveandfood24, (pretty much sums me up too!) I love all of the different vegetables in this, and also the fact that this can be served to both a vegetarian and meat eating crowd (trust me, meat eaters, you'll LOVE This soup) it's hearty flavorful and delicious.

    Recipe #342729

    A holiday tradition from "Rosie" I'm posting here for safe keeping. (a must have for my husband's family get together for the holiday,

    Recipe #342123

    Our local Safeway is called Genuardi's and they've been advertising this recipe all over the place. I think it's worth giving a try. This can be done with a Turkey as large as 24lbs.

    Recipe #337236

    Ok, so here it goes! I’m going to attempt to post this recipe, even though it calls for so many premixed ingredients, that I don’t know if it’ll actually POST here at zaar. This is by far, the best BBQ Pulled Pork you can make without any thing more fancy than a crock pot. If you allow to cook in the crock pot undisturbed for the entire time, you will get something close to the ‘bark’ that is created when you use a smoker/barbecue.

    Recipe #335234

    These are so tasty and very easy to make. And you can eat them as early as phase II on the SBD, but they'd be a nice addition to anyone's breakfast table. Oh, and this recipe doubles very well to freeze.

    Recipe #334589

    I've finally gotten a chance to make this so I want to revise my description and add some information. Delish! this is a relatively easy recipe that can be eaten for pretty much any meal of the day. It would make a lovely addition to a brunch buffet as well as a nice light supper with a salad. I've made this recipe using half egg beaters and half real eggs, and I've also substituted 1/3 C grated parmesan or locatelli instead of cheddar... either way it turns out terriffic

    Recipe #334584

    While in Vegas, this was an item on the buffet at the Paris. I ran into the executive Chef and gave him my compliments, because it was SOO yummy! He gave me an idea of how they made it... mine turned out very close to what we had in Vegas. (prep/cooking time does not include pre-mixing the yogurt sauce)

    Recipe #333956

    I was starting to make RR’s Chicken Cacciatore “stoup” but realized I had no mushrooms or spinach… I was then thinking of Jambalaya, but realized that I had already used the andouille sausage that I thought was in the freezer…. I like “arroz con gandules” but wanted something to eat for dinner not just have as a side dish…so I put this together and it came out terrific… what a way to stretch a pound of chicken to feed a crowd! (p.s. feel free to substitute the zucchini or just use one green or one red bell pepper. I only used what I had on hand)

    Recipe #319213

    Something different inspired by my favorite drink, Captain Morgan and Coke with a lime!

    Recipe #315059

    Another variation of the Italian Easter pie, which is a regional Italian dessert, traditionally served on Easter. This one yields a more dense pie which is not too sweet.

    Recipe #293844

    ***PLEASE NOTE I HAVE CORRECTED THE NUMBER OF PIES WHICH THIS RECIPE MAKES, FROM 2 TO 4... THANK YOU TO THE REVIEWERS FOR BRININGT HIS TO MY ATTENTION****Compilation of other recipes I've tried in the never ending quest to duplicate another one of my grandmother's recipes. Many make this with lemon zest/juice or candied citron. We always served this on Easter, it's not too sweet, and not too heavy either> Just right after a big Easter Dinner.

    Recipe #290755

    This recipe gives a 'wink and a nod' toward my favorite dinner Thanksgiving with turkey, stuffing, gravy and yes, even the green bean casserole. Add your own green beans,cranberry sauce and some mashed potatoes and you've got all the flavors of Thanksgiving on your plate in very little time.

    Recipe #286259

    From the Lemonladies in California, this is HEAVEN! (cooking time is the amoutn of time the lemon zest sits in the alcohol)

    Recipe #284290

    So, you like garlic? You'll LOVE this recipe!

    Recipe #283188

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