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    I found this on the Skinny Kitchen website and tried it with 2% milk and regular yogurt that I froze for an hour, and it was great. I don't follow the WW diet, so I can't speak for the accuracy of the WW information. But I've included all the WW info for those who want to know the point values, etc. One 16-ounce serving is WW (old plan) 4 points or WW (new plan) Points Plus 5. If you’re looking to cut the calories and points, share it with someone, which one 8-ounce serving is still very satisfying and is WW (old plan) 2 points or WW (new plan) Points Plus 3.

    Recipe #513999

    This is from the online version of "The Ultimate Starbucks Coffee Recipe Book".

    Recipe #509714

    Super easy, super yummy dessert. I found the recipe in the March 2013 edition of Sunset magazine, and I had to try it. This dessert recipe comes from chef Silvana Salcido Esparza of the popular Barrio Café in Phoenix and the Barrio Queen in Scottsdale, Arizona. Cajeta can be found in most Latino markets; it's a rich caramel sauce that's sometimes--depending on manufacturer or favorite home recipe--flavored with cinnamon, raisins, ground nuts, or other such touches. It's considered a specialty of the city of Celaya in the state of Guanajuato, but it's commonly found throughout most regions of Mexico.

    Recipe #509150

    This is based on a recipe from the Allrecipes website submitted by AndreaLF63, which I made a few minor changes to suit our taste preferences such as adding a can of white corn and using canned diced tomatoes instead of fresh chopped tomatoes. But I look forward to making this again and trying some of the other changes that some of the reviewers suggested, like maybe adding some minced garlic or perhaps a diced jalapeno pepper or chopped bell pepper.

    Recipe #507746

    A recipe I found on the myrecipes.com website that's great for the cooler fall months. It's a lightened up version of similar recipes that reduces calories from over 430 to about 275 per serving by using low-fat and low-sodium ingredients and replacing butter with olive oil for sautéing the vegetables. The original recipe states the recipe yields 12 servings. But as the main portion of our meal (served with bread), it was closer to about 9 or 10 servings. Some of the reviews stated they sprinkled bacon bits on top of each serving, but we enjoyed it just as it's written.

    Recipe #507587

    From the sassysweetonline website. This is great for serving as a tailgating appetizer. There's a similar recipe posted to this site, but it isn't seasoned with any herbs like this version.

    Recipe #507132

    In Switzerland, this simple but classic Swiss dish is called Asperges à la Gruyère. The recipe comes from Betty Crocker's International Cookbook. For frozen asparagus, use 2 (10-oz) packages and rinse under cool water to separate, then drain well.

    Recipe #506139

    This is a refreshing and sweet berry variation of Brazil's national cocktail, the Caipirinha, which includes the traditional lime juice but uses fresh raspberries in place of the lime. It's a great change to the classic lime cocktail that's worth trying when raspberries are in season. The recipe is fairly basic and can be found on a variety of websites, but I found this version on the About.com site.

    Recipe #506024

    This is a recipe from the Better Homes and Gardens. It's a quick dinner (ready in less than half an hour) that's great for summertime barbecues. It's a speedy version of the classic dish that doesn't require hours of marinating time, and it's still just as delicious.

    Recipe #505956

    This is a recipe for a cheese spread that is common throughout the South, which many versions for this recipe can be found. They're all good on grilled cheese sandwiches, as a cracker spread, or served with fried green tomatoes. I found this recipe on the Allrecipes website (posted by QueenReyney), and I added the most repeated changes that reviewers stated made the spread even better.

    Recipe #505955

    This is from Cooking Light, Jan/Feb 2010. I like this recipe because it's pan grilled, and that's a good year-round option for those of us in the Pacific Northwest in which our typical weather patterns tend to limit our outdoor grilling season.

    Recipe #505895

    This is from the Taste of Home website, and we really enjoyed it.

    Recipe #505841

    I found this recipe on www.laaloosh.com website, and I thought it sounded delicious and worth a try. Here, the cauliflower is oven roasted instead of being cooked in a saucepan or steamer.

    Recipe #505242

    This is from Betty Crocker's International Cookbook. The fruit is tossed with a mild dressing, and it's intended as a side dish that will offset some of the more fiery main dishes for which Thai cuisine is so well known.

    Recipe #505135

    From the Better Homes and Gardens cookbook titled Dinnertime Express. They point out that this recipe lets you explore the wide spectrum of Thai tastes as it includes lots of traditional Thai ingredients with the addition of basil that adds a peppery clovelike flavor.

    Recipe #505133

    This is from the online booklet, "The Ultimate Starbucks Coffee Recipe Book".

    Recipe #505083

    This is a recipe from the Salty's Restaurant website, which is one our favorite restaurants. Salty's specializes in local Pacific Northwest fish and seafood and other fresh local ingredients (like tons of delicious berry recipes are usually featured on their special summer menu!) But I really love this bisque and order it whenever we dine at that restaurant. So I was glad to find it on their website so we can have it at home now.

    Recipe #505082

    This is a recipe I found on the tastebook.com website that features fresh berries and hazelnuts which are so abundant throughout the Pacific Northwest. I have a small blackberry patch in our pasture, but since they're not in season, I used frozen berries and thought it worked well. And I used black current jam instead of the crème de cassis (since my kids shy away from anything with liquors in it). But I'm looking forward to making this again soon, using cassis and fresh berries, as called for in the recipe.

    Recipe #505081

    I've seen this recipe on several websites, but this one is from the health.com website. The ingredients are largely from fresh Pacific NW produce from the Pike Place Market. Most people associate Pike Place Market with its brief spot in the limelight in the Tom Hanks/Meg Ryan movie "Sleepless in Seattle" that was filmed in Seattle, or for the entertaining "fish tossers" at the fresh fish stand. But it's so much more than that. Pike Place Market is truly a must-see for anyone visiting Seattle with stand after stand of fresh fish caught in the Pacific Northwest waters, locally grown fresh produce, and a plethora of intriguing and quaint boutiques selling local artisan's crafts and wares. Be sure to visit the Pike Place Market whenever you make a stop in Seattle. NOTE: The recipe calls for pre-bagged herb salad mix. If you cannot find it at a your local market, just use any combination of lettuces and herbs.

    Recipe #505080

    This wonderful Pacific Northwest recipe is from the Real Simple website. It features grilled salmon topped with gingered vinaigrette, grilled onions and grilled peaches.

    Recipe #505060

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