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    This is my variation of a smoothie that I got from The Fat loss 4 Idiots diet. (I dumped the diet but kept the smoothie recipe.) Very nutritious, filling and low fat and my favorite way to start my day! I'm hooked on these and always make sure I have the ingredients in the house. Enjoy!

    Recipe #337955

    This is another recipe that my family has been making for ages. I grew up eating this before I ever had the kind with mayonnaise (which I also happen to love) I have approximated some of the amounts of the ingredients simply because the cooks need to find the right amount by tasting as they go along. Everyone who has tried my family's version has raved, being Italian or non. This also develops more flavor when it sits for a few hours or overnight. Just stir well before serving. One last thing... although I normally use red wine vinegar, I also use Balsamic, but balsamic can give the salad a brownish color that may not be as visibly pleasing, but still tastes wonderful!! Please note: This salad is intended to be slightly tart. Be careful when adding the vinegar. You may not want to use the full amount. Add gradually according to your taste.

    Recipe #222412

    I found this recipe on the Hershey website. I changed the original recipe to add extra almond extract because when I tasted the dough, 1 tsp didnt seem like enough. You can add more if you feel it needs even more of an almondy taste.

    Recipe #201258

    After many attempts to perfect my own recipe , I've come up with this and I have had many people tell me that these are the best mussels they have ever had. I hope you enjoy these as much as we do.

    Recipe #185802

    This is a wonderful and easy vegetable&pasta recipe that my family has been making for ages. We use only fresh broccoli and I have added bullion cubes to enhance the flavor. I hope you try this delicious and healthy dish.

    Recipe #185788

    Wonderfully simple comfort food. Enjoy!

    Recipe #165478

    Delicious. You must give this a try!

    Recipe #165471

    This is my own recipe, and I only use fresh zucchini. It's very healthy and delicious. Enjoy! The baking time is approximate.

    Recipe #159605

    This is a quick, healthy alternative to the usual tuna salad with mayonaise. Depending on your personal likes or dislikes of vinegar, I would suggest to add the vinegar gradually according to your taste. I prefer to make a sandwich with toast that has been lightly buttered with margarine.

    Recipe #159036


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