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    I found this recipe on EatingWell web site - what I needed were exact measurements, since I usually cook without any recipes. Let me qualify it, when I cook for myself and/or my friends. Anything that we do for the home is a totally different story. Low in calories, low in fat, easy and very healthy! Will make it even more palatable - have with a piece of fresh tropical fruit! Yum! ;)

    Recipe #363105

    Every Day with Rachael Ray, December-January 2009 edition.I love spinach and therefore if there are 101 recipes that have it - then 101 recipes I'd try! This is easy and it tastes so good!;)

    Recipe #362451

    If you are after something a bit lighter than potato packed fishcakes, try these simple oriental-style burgers. This an easy to prepare and quick to cook, recipe! It is heart-healthy which is a new category on our A La Carte Menu for Our Cafe Ponce, here at the home. ;) GoodFood Magazine, October 2008 edition.

    Recipe #362409

    Recipe courtesy of Bobby Flay - Show: Boy Meets Grill - Episode: Brazillian Grilling. We love this recipe, although we aren't able to eat it as much as we like! Our friends from Key West claim the pickings are slim!!!

    Recipe #362408

    3 Reviews |  By Manami

    On St Patrick's Day or on any other day, tuck the makings of traditional beef-and-potato stew into flaky pastries you can bake straight from the freezer. These are like empanadas and can be stuffed with all vegetables, or maybe berries of some kind, or sausages and/or other meats. Everyday Food or Martha Stewart web site.;)

    Recipe #360457

    Cooking Light Magazine, January/February 2009. Choose breads labeled 100% whole wheat or whole grain to make sure you're getting their benefits. Nuts add healthful unsaturated fats and filling protein to this tasty vegetarian sandwich. ;) As per request.

    Recipe #360191

    1 Reviews |  By Manami

    Bartender Anna Vanderzee suggests making the mix for this recipe one day in advance to allow the spices and horseradish to marry with the tomato juice ;). I happen to like it nice and spicy and cold!!! Chilling time, at least two hours,Cocktails 2007, Food & Wine Magazine.However, it tastes great after just 2 hours but when it is left a little longer it is fantastic. :)

    Recipe #360189

    Mirto means myrtle in English. The myrtle bush has small pointy leaves,and dark berries similar to wild huckleberries.I don't know exactly what's in mirto, I think that the term is used interchangably for foods flavored with the leaves or the berries. From Healthy Italian Hors d’Oeuvres published in the October 2008 edition of F&W Magazine. They say that Amaro means bitter in Italian & the quintessential after dinner cordial ;) so a punch made with it can't be bad. Saw this recipe and am putting it here for safekeeping. Watch out it can be lethal!!!

    Recipe #360187

    We used extra firm tofu in this dish which is totally vegetarian. A nice change from the usual. Recipe loosely based on a Tyler Florence recipe. Very tasty! Great for a mid-week recipe.;)

    Recipe #360185

    Gyoza skins are the Japanese equivalent of wonton wrappers; you'll likely find both in the refrigerated section of the supermarket. If you can't find gyoza skins, substitute round wonton wrappers. They are baked instead of fried! :) Recipe by Julie Grimes Bottcher, Cooking Light Magazine, November, 2006 edition.

    Recipe #360181

    2 Reviews |  By Manami

    The creamy texture of these mashed potatoes is achieved without using cream or milk. The secret is to use the cooking liquid to moisten the puree, adding just a small amount of butter or olive oil to provide a luxurious finish. Top them with this rich gravy that can be made with fresh shiitakes as well as portobellos. Leave the mushroom pieces in for a chunky-style sauce or strain them out for a velvety consistency. EatingWell Magazine, Fall 2003 Edition

    Recipe #360179

    1 Reviews |  By Manami

    Risotto must be served immediately so you can best savor its rich creaminess. There's just enough for two healthful "romantic" portions.;) Then complete the meal with a green salad, "just-baked" bread and white wine. Found this in Cooking Light Magazine, October 2008 edition.

    Recipe #360177

    3 Reviews |  By Manami

    Fragrant North African spices mingle with cauliflower, vegetables and lemon to create this exotic and easy vegetarian meal. We served this dish and the residents' were delighted - I held back on the spices but not entirely! However, the couscous wasn't as well received; we had to opt for orzo but the residents' would have preferred r i c e! I can't fight "cultural appetites" any longer. :)

    Recipe #359602

    1 Reviews |  By Manami

    These knife-and-fork club sandwiches rearrange all the elements of a classic hearty breakfast - runny fried over-easy eggs, whole wheat toast or English Muffin and crisp strips of bacon.;) WOW!!! Recipe by Marcia Kiesel, F&W Magazine, December 2008 edition. From: Top Weekend Breakfasts. As a matter of fact we are having these tonight along with some other breakfast items -- just a few of us! Can't wait! I really like these! This is my answer to fast foods!

    Recipe #359594

    1 Reviews |  By Manami

    This simple dish has a quiche-like filling and baguette slices for a crust. A quick but festive dish, that leaves plenty of time to open gifts or visit with family members. Bon Appetit magazine, December 2008, Family Style by Maria Helm Sinskey. This was part of a Christmas Breakfast but it can be for Thanksgiving weekend, as well! :) I have included cooling time, as well.I divided up the kinds of sausage but it is up to you, how you want to eat it!

    Recipe #359591

    I found this on the Cabot web site.Or vary the flavor with Cabot Habanero Cheddar, Tomato Basil Cheddar or Smoky Bacon Cheddar.We have yet to try it but my friend made it and her family enjoyed it very much.Updated: 02/16/2009 - made this with Cabot's Smoky Bacon Cheddar and it was very filling and it was a full meal (at least for me) with a nice salad & just made muffins! ;)

    Recipe #359585

    "Whisking the eggs vigorously (even with an immersion blender) yields fluffy, whispery results" says Kim Sunee. This recipe is adapted with permission from her book, Trail of Crumbs; Hunger, Love and the Search for Home.;) These eggs deserve a delicious sparkling wine, but the right bottle matters. A highly crisp, golden Champagne won't work as well here as a fuller-bodied, rich rosé sparkler that will complement both the crabmeat and the protein of the eggs, and look beautifully festive as well. Rosé Champagnes are very pricey; opt instead for a top-notch California rosé sparkler such as Gloria Ferrer Brut Rosé 2005 from Sonoma, California.

    Recipe #359582

    2 Reviews |  By Manami

    Banana cake + caramel icing = heaven on a plate. Overripe bananas are a must in this recipe. Country Living Newsletter November 27, 2008 edition. When you make the icing, be sure to have a candy thermometer on hand, it will help you get this icing right every time. Cool the cake pans on a wire rack for 15 minutes.

    Recipe #359581

    The classic Cuban Daiquiri—a mixture of rum, lime, and sugar—and the Technicolor, fruit-bomb frozen version sold along Bourbon Street couldn't be more different. In his sophisticated Double R Daiquiri served at PX in Alexandria, Virginia, owner/bartender Todd Thrasher builds on the classic by combining the two r's—rhubarb and rosemary—to create a Daiquiri that blends style with substance.Bon Appetit Magazine, April 2009 - my good friend Laira served this at a brunch she had and she got rave reviews ;)

    Recipe #359579

    Delicious and tasty! Online, I can't believe this one is not posted! Considering I don't drink, rum "was" always my favorite drink in Cuba and Haiti as well as the States.The cherry was always my favorite thing.:)

    Recipe #357399

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