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    As seen in Food Network Magazine. The glaze is absolutely amazing - nice and citrusy with the tea shining through, and the lemon in the potato salad ties the whole dish together.

    Recipe #418315

    I needed a recipe that would use a bunch of veggies harvested from my garden, so I came up with this refreshing orzo salad that is both colorful and crunchy. A very refreshing vegetarian salad for those hot summer days.

    Recipe #382305

    The recipe is from America’s Test Kitchen, with some minor modifications made by me (highlighted in italics). Goat cheese should be fairly easy to find in any decent supermarket. I found the best value for it at a warehouse club, where they were charging less for a pound of it than a normal grocery store charged for half the amount. Make sure to wash leeks thoroughly, as they can be gritty.

    Recipe #185121

    This Cooking Light recipe is a wonderful use for the pencil-thin late spring asparagus you find in farmer's markets in May and June. It tastes very fresh and all the ingredients come together beautifully. It has 10 WW points per serving as shown.

    Recipe #168269

    Found in Fine Cooking: Delicious Chicken 2006 magazine. Slightly modified to use rotisserie chicken from the supermarket. The magazine also suggests that you should experiment with the recipe, adding toppings you like, or using shredded beef instead of chicken. I usually serve this with soutwestern rice and fried plantains.

    Recipe #155321

    Recipe is from the American Tilapia Association

    Recipe #155320

    A simple mish mash of different things make a pretty darn good and hearty chili. Hot, but not too hot.

    Recipe #155306

    This is one of my favorite things to have for breakfast - and a bargain at only 4 Weight Watchers points!

    Recipe #153086

    Lite being a relative thing, that is--this is a lower-fat version of Giada De Laurentiis' Lasagna Rolls recipe as seen on the Food Network Show "Everyday Italian".

    Recipe #152858

    There was a little restaurant in Lewis Center, OH called Nacho Mama's that had the best chicken tortilla soup I ever tasted. When it went out of business, I had to find out how to reproduce it - once I did, I slowly improved on the recipe until I made it my own.

    Recipe #152643

    This is the meatloaf recipe from Cap City Fine Diner, a Cameron Mitchell Restaurant in Columbus, OH. This recipe was originally posted in the Columbus Dispatch. The recipe for the barbecue sauce that goes with this can be found in Recipe #140992.

    Recipe #151960

    from Cooking Smart Nov/Dec 2005

    Recipe #261134

    From Cooking Smart Nov/Dec 2005

    Recipe #260950

    this is my favorite salad at Wild Oats Market

    Recipe #256161

    This was a recipe that I found in Eating Light magazine. I modified the recipe to use turkey instead of chicken, poblano peppers instead of red chili peppers and to omit the mint that was in the original recipe. This is an ideal recipe to make in a toaster oven. I serve these on light hamburger buns with tomato and onion.

    Recipe #253645

    Recipe is from Cooking Light November 2002

    Recipe #165162

    This recipe is slightly modified from a Cooking Light recipe in order to have a more intense basil flavor from the original.

    Recipe #154102

    This recipe is slightly modified from "The Complete Cooking Light" Cookbook. This is great served with pita wedges or raw veggies. I like to garnish it with a spritz of olive oil and paprika.

    Recipe #154097

    This is a lighter verison of 5 cup salad, an ambrosia like dish. This gets better the longer it sits, I recommend that you refrigerate it overnight before serving.

    Recipe #153987


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