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    I eat this for breakfast and I feel like I'm eating a dessert!! It's so healthy and delish. I like to have this with a side of toast or english muffin!!

    Recipe #207593

    I just saw this recipe on her show, and had to try it out! It is delicious, refreshing, and brightens up any salad. Simple ingredients that you always have on hand. No need to buy premade bottled dressing when you can make it for cheap at home, and tastes much better!!!

    Recipe #176821

    I used to eat these in Japan when I was a child. It would come in either strawberry or mandarin orange. My mom would get these for picnics, or as a special treat. Great as a lunch, or a dessert, I suppose!! I don't know why we don't eat these here in the States, but we should start!!

    Recipe #236462

    This is my own recipe. It is, as the name states, especially tasty,if I do say so myself!! The secret ingredient is Sriracha chili sauce. The chili sauce doesn't make the sandwich spicy at all, just adds flavor! When I make it for people, they say, "MMMMM!! What did you put in here!!??"

    Recipe #191389

    This is how I used to eat my sandwiches when I was young. It is a perfect combinations of sweet, creamy, salty and crunchy!! I made my husband one more recently, and at first he was apalled by the idea. Then he tried it and loved it!! He askes for it for lunch all the time now.

    Recipe #191388

    Saw this on Rachel Rey 30 min meals! She said that you can make the dressing with any jam you have. Haven't tried it yet but I plan to soon!!

    Recipe #190698

    This is a sandwich from a catering company I used to work at. Simple and so good!!

    Recipe #207678

    Recipe courtesy Giada De Laurentiis. OH MAN is this just simple goodness! I didn't expect for this to be as delicious as it is! Splurge a bit on a nice chunk of parm for this recipe. A small piece won't set you back very much at all. DO NOT use the green can!!! I actually substituted cucumber for the zucchini. So easy and tasty!

    Recipe #348379

    Recipe #189679

    I had originally made a zaar recipe, but then realized I had made a HUGE mistake and it turned out FANTASTIC. The toffee has the best soft crunch. I made it again correctly and it was not as good, so with the mistake I think I can call it my own now??

    Recipe #403372

    Recipe #391478

    Recipe courtesy Giada De Laurentiis

    Recipe #241311

    From Alton Brown on Food Network. Sounds easy and good!

    Recipe #189680

    Giada De Laurentiis Recipe. Looks super tasty!!

    Recipe #193434

    I like these dumplings for chicken soup better than a big biscuit-ey dumpling. I think they are more soup friendly.

    Recipe #335387

    From Real Simple Magazine, August 2006

    Recipe #194418

    By Michael Chiarello. He says to use it to season any meat or fish, and to use sparingly as the mix is potent.

    Recipe #370266

    From the NY Times. Eating this was the first time I'd had kale, and it was simply delicious!! The only change I had made from the original recipe is that I added lemon zest and it turned out even better! For the bread crumbs, coarsely crushed homemade croutons would work also. Instead of bread crumbs, you can use a nice thin slice of toasted country bread. Zaar wouldn't let me enter the word crusty/chewy country bread into the ingredient list. If you have a microplane, that works good for grating the garlic instead of finely chopping it.

    Recipe #311483

    This is a GREAT preperation of salmon. The combination of flavors compliments the fish so well! I found this recipe in a fancy cooking magazine at the catering company I worked at. The best part is that it's so easy & quick!!

    Recipe #191699

    Ina Garten recipe

    Recipe #189677

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