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    1 Reviews |  By yooper

    The title says it all...a perfect meal to enjoy during the hot summer months. I love the ease of preperation, and the fact that this can be served warm, or chilled. I actually made this yesterday, and did chill it for several hours. I had the rest of it for lunch today, and although I did use an extra teaspoon of olive oil and an additional squeeze of lemon, it was still mighty tasty! From the current issue of "Taste of Home" and originally submitted by Fran MacMillan from West Melbourne, Florida.

    Recipe #433500

    I did actually try this yesterday afternoon. I had found it in "USA Weekend" just yesterday, courtesy of their food columnist, Pam Anderson. I was making a cake for last nights dinner, and since I was using a canned frosting...I thought I would give it a whirl. It really does make canned frosting taste like homemade!

    Recipe #424545

    If you love peach pie, you must try this! I made it for a friend, and we almost consumed the whole pie between the two us! This is in the latest edition of Taste of Home magazine. Sherrell Dikes of Arkansas won the $2,500 grand prize at the magazine's sponsored "Great American Pie Show." It's very easy, especialy if you cheated like I did and use a ready-made pie crust!

    Recipe #383977

    This is another one of my original recipes that I created just today for lunch! I was in a hurry, and wanted to use up a leftover cooked chicken breast. What to do? I diced it up, added a can of white beans, some spices and Swiss cheese, and five minutes later, lunch was served! This was so good, the melted Swiss cheese provided a lush, creamy tanginess to the dish. The possibilities are endless-you can sub left over ham or corned beef, or do a Mexican spin and add cumin and chili powder. onion and green chilies with shredded Mexican cheese.

    Recipe #376982

    This is my own creation. I was determined to come up with a healthier version of a taco inspired, cheesy pasta casserole. I started with whole wheat pasta, ground turkey, lots of chopped veggies, and I subbed lower fat cheese. This is very good, if I do say so myself!

    Recipe #376072

    I saw this made on a recent "Good Morning America" and was so intrigued I went out and bought the cookbook where it came from "Taste of Home's Comfort Food Diet Cookbook". I whipped this up the other night, and it sure hit the spot on a cold winter evening. It is the ultimate comfort food, rich and creamy and hearty, you'd never guess it was lower in fat! WW=7 points. Submitted by Morgan Byers of Berkely, Michigan.

    Recipe #350505

    1 Reviews |  By yooper

    I got this gem from a new magazine "Healthy Cooking" from the folks at "Taste of Home". The recipe is from Heather Byers of Pittsburgh, PA. I'm looking for healthier recipes and this recipe does not taste "low fat". It is fresh tasting and crunchy and so satisfying! An added plus...one serving (3/4 cup) is only 1 point on WW!!

    Recipe #296808

    1 Reviews |  By yooper

    I mentioned to a friend at work that I was looking for something other than a barbeque sauce for pork ribs. The next day she brought me a recipe for "Swedish Spareribs" that her mother had gotten off of the internet-not Zaar. The secret ingredient is allspice. These are so simple to prepare and you probably have all the ingredients in your pantry. These are so flavorful and tender, they take spareribs to a whole new level!

    Recipe #250227

    2 Reviews |  By yooper

    I'm on Weight Watchers and I used to follow a low carb plan. I missed the big omelets that I used to make when I was low carbing it. I use the egg white substitue that comes in a carton (Better than Eggs or Egg Beaters) and the Birds Eye Pepper Stir Fry Frozen Mix because I'm usually pressed for time. This is so good with the mixed veggies and spinach, the tanginess of the feta, and the oregano. All for only 8 points! This makes a big omelet, so if you split it it's only 4 points! Enjoy!

    Recipe #220136

    1 Reviews |  By yooper

    This recipe makes a wonderful rich and creamy cheesecake with a cinnamon flavor that can't be beat! This is from a small cookbook Hershey put out a few years back "Hershey's Holiday Celebrations."

    Recipe #184042

    8 Reviews |  By yooper

    This is from the cookbook "Red White & Blue Ribbon 2004", a collection of winning recipes from recipe contests and food festivals. Molly Pardo of Jupiter, FL took 2nd place at Gold Kist Farms 15th Annual Winning Taste Recipe Contest. The chicken needs to marinate at least 4 hours, so plan accordingly.

    Recipe #176094

    6 Reviews |  By yooper

    If you can't get enough garlic, then I urge you to try this easy recipe. Cook time does include the time it takes to roast the garlic. I guarantee you will be safe from vampires after consuming this dish!

    Recipe #91799

    2 Reviews |  By yooper

    A savory custard that makes a substantial side dish loaded with vegetables!

    Recipe #91800

    2 Reviews |  By yooper

    I found this winner in the current issue of "Midwest Living." It intrigued me so much that I immediately went shopping for the ingredients. I was not dissapointed, the combination of the honey and vinegar with the added heat of the red pepper flakes was wonderful!

    Recipe #88690

    4 Reviews |  By yooper

    This is a nice departure from scalloped or mashed spuds!

    Recipe #88684

    2 Reviews |  By yooper

    My market had a sale on boneless, country style pork ribs so I stocked up. Not wanting to baste with a tradiditional tomato barbeque sauce, I became bold and made this up as I went along. The end result was very tasty indeed. You could use boneless chicken breasts or boneless pork chops in place of the ribs.

    Recipe #87758

    16 Reviews |  By yooper

    I have a good friend that loves Key Lime Pie. I saw this in the current issue of "Bon Appetit" and immediately baked one up for her. She was not dissapointed. She said this version was one of the best she's ever tasted! I agree.

    Recipe #86436

    5 Reviews |  By yooper

    "Bearnaise" is a French sauce that's traditionally made with a tricky technique. This easy version is fool-proof, and is a snap to prepare. Serve with meat or fish, or drizzle over asparagus or broccoli.

    Recipe #83928

    3 Reviews |  By yooper

    This is the perfect stew to make on a cold winter's day! Your house will smell amazing when this simmers on your stove!

    Recipe #83929

    A very easy version of lamb stew. From "Mr. Food."

    Recipe #83925

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