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    Point Value 5. They claim "Made low-fat without skimping on flavor." I haven't tried yet but wanted to save. If you try, let me know what you think. Would adding capers increase the points?

    Recipe #261950

    Found this one in "Eat Great Lose Weight" I haven't made yet but I think a mandoline would make fast work for the slicing of the veggies. Times will be a guess on my part, not using a mandoline. Diet Exchanges: 3 vegetable, 2 bread, 1 fat.

    Recipe #260592

    From "Eat Great Lose Weight" Time can be saved by buying already peeled and deveined fresh shrimp or easy-peel fresh shrimp

    Recipe #260561

    4 Points for about 1 cup serving. This was in the WW Magazine and I wanted to save.

    Recipe #260116

    I found this one in a 2002 issue of Fine Cooking. I am posting here so I don't lose. Sounds easy and delicious.

    Recipe #257507

    This is a close friend's recipe duplicating Fishmongers Shrimp Tortilla Soup. It is wonderful! Hot and Spicy! Prep time does not include peeling and deveining shrimp.

    Recipe #250368

    I have been making this soup for years. It originally came from the New McDougall Cookbook - wonderful low-fat, vegetarian cookbook. I don't know if it is still in publication. I didn't see another one that looked quite like this recipe in the many lentil soup recipes.

    Recipe #247847

    This one comes from Eating Well Magazine. Don't let the anchovies put you off. They add a nutty, salty flavor and along with the garlic and crushed red pepper, this dish is delicious.

    Recipe #245506

    This came from Everyday Food. I love salsas so wanted to be sure and save. You can always make it Two-Tomato Salsa if you can't find the yellow or zebra tomatoes. Will store in frig, covered up to 1 day. Serve with steak, hamburgers or chicken.

    Recipe #242003

    A Everyday Food Recipe that sounds delicious particularly when peaches are in season. Serve with grilled pork, chicken or fish.

    Recipe #241746

    Recipe is from Everyday Food magazine. I love Green Goddess Dressing and wanted to save this lightened version. Serve with grilled fish or shrimp or over a salad.

    Recipe #241745

    Another one from Everyday Food Magazine. I wanted to save. Serve with grilled chicken or pork.

    Recipe #241743

    Spicy and yummy. Serve this sauce over your grilled chicken. Recipe comes from Health Magazine.

    Recipe #239615

    Here is another healthy snack from Health Magazine. Serving size is 1 bar for 182 calories. Times do not include time to make popcorn or cooling time.

    Recipe #239143

    This is a Ricky Bayless recipe found in the June 2007 issue of Health Magazine. Serving size is about 3 tablespoons for 112 calories.

    Recipe #239136

    This is served at the Beaumont Inn in Harrodsburg, Kentucky. I found in Southern Living. I am not much of a baker but I thought those of you who are might want to give this a try. It sounds wonderful.

    Recipe #237980

    I found this in the 1988 Southern Living Annual Recipes. This is served at the famous Nutt House in Grandbury, Texas. I have made this for years and taken to potluck dinners. Always loved and requested. I usually leave the pimentos out and add chopped red bell peppers. Be sure to make in advance to allow time for all the flavors to develop. I don't usually bother with adding the additional 2 Tablespoons to the dressing and doesn't seem to make any difference. I also usually reduce the amount of sugar but again still a great, easy salad. It looks really pretty in a clear glass bowl. The next time I make this I will try to take a picture and add it.

    Recipe #237976

    We love these when cherries are in season. Originally came from Allrecipes. Warning - they are messy and will stain your cothing so cover up! Enjoy!

    Recipe #237975

    This sounds easy, delicious and healthy. Found it in my stash and wanted to be sure and save.

    Recipe #237749

    Source is National Cattlemen's Beef Association which was printed in the Dallas Morning News. Saving out of my stash so I don't lose but haven't tried yet.

    Recipe #237512

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