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    Another one from 'Sex on the Beach and Other Wild Drinks'

    Recipe #284539

    My own concoction. I prefer to use self rising flour because it gives a lighter coating, but feel free to use plain/all purpose flour.

    Recipe #280551

    From a supplement of healthy recipes that came with Good Food Magazine. Counts as 1 point on WW per serving. Can be frozen in portions for a quick meal in minutes.

    Recipe #278093

    Found this newspaper clipping tucked away among some old papers I was searching through, but don't know what newspaper it came from. Sounds perfect for these cold nights!

    Recipe #265902

    From the Christmas Cookbook by Nanette Newman. Alsatian (Alsace) wine is a French dry white wine. I have included preparation for a homemade pastry tart, but feel free to use a pre-made one. Cooking time includes chilling time for pastry dough if making your own.

    Recipe #264213

    From a supplement that came with the Sunday paper. Nothing like a hot bowl of soup for these Autumn evenings.

    Recipe #259972

    Tasty chicken pieces with chopped tomatoes and veggies. Simple to make as ingredients should already be in your cupboard. I find it easier to mix the ingredients for the sauce in a Pyrex glass measuring cup.

    Recipe #256079

    A variation of Barefoot Contessa's recipe.

    Recipe #255605

    How much easier can you get than just two ingredients? Recipe calls for thyme, but feel free to use whatever herb(s) you like. Amounts can be changed accordingly.

    Recipe #255431

    From America's Best Recipes. This simple sauce can be served with fresh fruit. Cooking time is chilling time.

    Recipe #253526

    Best to make this early in the day or the night before as it needs to chill for several hours. Serve with crackers.

    Recipe #252757

    Leek and fennel in a creamy sauce covered with a crust of parmesan and breadcrumbs. The addition of fennel seeds intensifies the flavor.

    Recipe #252746

    Another one from The Philadelphia Orchestra Cook Book. This would probably work well with boneless chicken breasts also.

    Recipe #250052

    Another recipe that was sent to me by our friend Steve in Pennsylvania. Haven't tried this one yet but it looks good.

    Recipe #249822

    Haven't made this yet, but putting it here for safekeeping. It looks really tasty. From Good Food Magazine.

    Recipe #249611

    A hearty soup which is perfect for warming up on those upcoming cold nights. 1 cup canned coconut milk may be substituted for the desiccated coconut. Just skip steps 8 and 9 and add the coconut milk as directed in step 10.

    Recipe #249521

    Why spend your hard earned money on the packaged stuff in the deli section? Make your own instead! Cooking time is chilling time.

    Recipe #249522

    Another of hubby's experiments that we really enjoyed. He used a Jamie Oliver method of putting the mixture under the skin of the chicken. We used thighs but you could also use chicken breasts.

    Recipe #247766

    Hubby cooks on the weekends so he tries to come up with something different each time. The sour cream in this helps to keep the pork moist and tender. Measurements are a guess as he didn't keep track of how much he used.

    Recipe #247765

    When we cook roasts, there's usually a good bit of leftover. These go into the freezer to use later for stews. I usually have pork, chicken, beef or lamb, so it's always a mixture that goes into the stew. Use whatever you have available.

    Recipe #246686

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