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    Found this one in the DMN and I am posting for safe-keeping. This sounds like it would be great for the less tender steaks to cook on the grill or inside in a skillet.

    Recipe #368157

    This comes from Southern Living. Served at Bald Eagle Ranch in Bandera, Texas. I am still cleaning out my stash and wanted to save. It sounds wonderful.

    Recipe #345777

    I found this one in Prevention - Original recipe from Mollie Katzen.

    Recipe #331363

    This was in my clipping stash which I am trying to clean out. Salmon is not traditional Thai but with the typical Thai seasonings, it should fit right in. The sauce is optional but sounds delicious. I am always looking for fish recipes as we try to incorporate 2 to 3 servings a week.

    Recipe #308148

    Found this one in the Dallas Morning News and wanted to save. It is low in fat and calories so it fits in with the AHA suggestion of at least two fish meals a week. We try to do 3 so I am always looking for new recipes to incorporate.

    Recipe #298499

    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

    Another one from Diabetes Forecast. Serving size 1 cup; Carbohydrate Exchanges 2; Very Lean Meat Exchanges 2; Fat Exchanges 0.5

    Recipe #234378

    I found this one on the internet. It is very close to the Pork Medallions I order in my favorite Greek Restaurant.

    Recipe #205365

    This has been a favorite since the 1960's. I have no memory of where I originally found this recipe but it is quite good and very easy to prepare.

    Recipe #202859

    I found this on the internet and it is easy, quick and delicious. Cooking times will depend on the thickness of the fish but I am using the time it took to cook a 3 inch thick piece of cod. I imagine this recipe would work with other light white fish also.

    Recipe #199275

    I haven't prepared this yet but wanted to be sure to save. Sounds delicious!

    Recipe #198038

    Appropriate for Phase I. In later phases, you can add cooked soba noodles. Substitute chopped scallions if you don't like cilantro.

    Recipe #195711

    Adapted from The Greatest Loser.

    Recipe #195548

    Aunt Fanny's restaurant was located in Smyrna, Georgia. This was one of the famous side dishes they served with their good old-fashion cooking. The restaurant is now closed but their squash casserole lives on. Time does not include cooking squash and onion to use in casserole

    Recipe #195147

    This was served at a barbeque for the governor of North Carolina many years ago by my first husband's family. Before he died in 1995 it was one of our favorite meals. I have remarried and I think it is time to add this back to the rotation. It's really good.

    Recipe #190123

    This one I clipped from the Dallas Morning News a number of years ago. It won a ribbon at the state fair.

    Recipe #188413

    We like this recipe because the pork is not battered and deep fried. Uses a light coating of cornstarch and lightly stir-fried in a little oil.

    Recipe #188408

    Adapted from the American Heart Association Cookbook edition of 1978. One of my favorite pork chop recipes.

    Recipe #181070

    Would be equally as good with turnip or mustard greens or even kale. *I do the cooking of the smoked turkey leg a day ahead, refrigerate and then skin the congealed fat off the top of the broth. This is our favorite method of cooking greens.

    Recipe #177323

    Found in my stash. Source is Dallas Morning News. Great summer drink. I have added Ginger Lemonade in the directons. Also there are suggestions for various fruit and herb ades to add to basic recipe along with some other add-ins and combinations. You are only limited by imagination and taste!

    Recipe #175376

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