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    Not Chicken Kiev, or Chicken Cordon Bleu, but Chicken roulades with a Hawaiian twist (including sauce!) From a Hawaiian educational website.

    Recipe #457609

    2 Reviews |  By Linky1

    A flavorful main-dish salad. In some places, cervelas sausage is called cervelat. The Swiss butcher at my local German deli tells me that what is called Knackwurst is actually Swiss Cervelat. Although the original recipe says not to cook or grill the sausage but rather use it "raw", I would make sure the sausage is pre-cooked or smoked and not actually raw. (Raw pork, eeww) Also, you can use only emmenthaler (swiss) cheese and gruyere if tilsiter is unavailable, just adjust amounts. I don't know why the food.com memory banks call it "knackwurst of frankfurter" but do NOT use hot dogs!!

    Recipe #457335

    2 Reviews |  By Linky1

    A creamy concoction that can't decide if it's from Italy or the Islands.

    Recipe #457081

    1 Reviews |  By Linky1

    This Cafe Venitzio cocktail is Italian through and through. Amaretto and Galliano team up to bring you a little taste of Italy to warm your hands as well as your hear. You can add any kind of coffee, but it should be not surprise that a lovely Italian roast is recommended. Enjoy!

    Recipe #457046

    3 Reviews |  By Linky1

    Saint Moritz is more than just a great little resort town in Switzerland, it's also a great shooter recipe! Another lovely layered drink, just two little ingredients will leave you in creamy raspberry bliss in no time. If you want to go all out, consider garnishing with whipped cream. Enjoy!

    Recipe #457044

    A hearty one-pot meal for a cold winter's evening. The original called for "meat from pork's neck" but you can easily use another cut of pork. Also, just called for spices, I interpreted that to be pepper, rosemary, and thyme. Experiment!

    Recipe #457043

    9 Reviews |  By Linky1

    This is a recipe from Rachel Ray - it sounds so yummy and I didn't want to lose it! I am in an area where many varieties of chili peppers are not available, so I will be limited to jalapeno peppers.

    Recipe #456694

    13 Reviews |  By Linky1

    This was part of a recipe for tilapia tacos. I've tweaked it a bit and now make it as a side dish, not just as part of the taco. The last time I made it, I doubled everything and added small, thin strips of red bell pepper and about a handful of snow pea-pods, cut into thirds.

    Recipe #431456

    2 Reviews |  By Linky1

    A refreshing dessert using light ingredients. It isn't as "creamy" as ice cream using heavy cream, but the flavor is good and it is only 3 WW points as written and only 2 WW points if using 1 cup half and half and 1 cup low-fat milk.

    Recipe #430133

    5 Reviews |  By Linky1

    A recipe from a Weight Watchers meeting that I was afraid I'd lose. It is said to taste very authentic. Serve with jasmine rice (2 points/half cup)

    Recipe #426651

    4 Reviews |  By Linky1

    This is a corruption of another salad that has 4 varieties of beans in it. When I don't want to make enough for a crowd, I use this version. It's pretty healthy and is full of good carbs (especially if you skip the corn).

    Recipe #414098

    2 Reviews |  By Linky1

    An easy to fix chili using left over turkey and handy ingredients. I tweaked a weight watcher's recipe for this. If you want the results more soupy, add more water. Can use masa harina to thicken if desired.

    Recipe #389728

    1 Reviews |  By Linky1

    I had left over Easter ham and a bag of black eyed peas. Combined recipe on bag with Betty Crocker and tweaked a bit. I am a big fan of garlic and resisted the temptation to add it. I was very happy with the outcome.

    Recipe #367722

    This yummy chili can be made with real meat or soy/tofu substitutes. I made it for "treat day" at my DH's school. It was Lent and there were a bunch of people who wanted chili, but needed to eat meatless. Everyone likes this but I always have extra chili powder and hot sauce available for those who like it a little hotter.

    Recipe #363996

    3 Reviews |  By Linky1

    This was adapted from a recipe in Men's Health Magazine for pork stir fry. All we had was chicken, so went with it.

    Recipe #360962

    7 Reviews |  By Linky1

    This is a combination of several recipes using ingredients that I usually have on hand. I used the kind of ham that comes in 3 ounce packages with about 8 very thin slices. (Buddig is the brand if that helps.) For cheese I used one wedge of low fat Laughing Cow swiss cheese per breast. DH loved it so I thought I'd share!

    Recipe #353636

    2 Reviews |  By Linky1

    When I was little, my German mom would serve this delicious one-pot dish. She called it Eier Schuh which translates to: Eggs Shoe. Makes no sense, right? Well, when she was a little girl in Ostfriesland, Germany, her brother had a penpal in England who described Irish Stew to him. This is how my Grandmother interpreted the ingredients. My mom misunderstood the pronunciation and "Irish Stew" sounds kind of like "Eier Schuh" . It doesn't seem like any Irish Stew I've ever seen, but it is easy, cheap and yummy! Amounts of ingredients are approximate - suit yourself!

    Recipe #345000

    5 Reviews |  By Linky1

    These were a big favorite growing up in Chicago. When I moved "up north" to Wisconsin I discovered that kolache were made here with a raised dough. These are more of a sugar cookie or shortbread base.

    Recipe #344964

    2 Reviews |  By Linky1

    I have a spinach with strawberry salad that I wanted to make, but only had a kiwi, so I came up with this. Plus, I needed it in a hurry, so used the prepared dressing. DH volunteered that he loved the fruit in the salad, so...

    Recipe #327976

    5 Reviews |  By Linky1

    This was the featured recipe on Rachael Ray today. I've been experimenting with cast iron cooking, so this adapted perfectly. (Rachael didn't use cast iron.) Plus, I had most of the ingredients already! Hubby called this "a keeper"!

    Recipe #316832

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