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    This recipe is very lean and good for you. You can also use fresh garlic instead of garlic powder.

    Recipe #234675

    This is a great summer recipe. Not heavy and fattening either.

    Recipe #232329

    This is really good if you are trying to lose fat and maintain muscle. For whole recipe: Calories: 820 / Fat: 30g - 33% / Carbs: 22g - 9% / Protein: 112g - 57%

    Recipe #226151

    If you are trying to eat good but you are totally craving sweets, this will do the trick without the guilt.

    Recipe #225741

    Delicious as a meal or an appetizer. Great potluck food. The only cooking time for this would be to cook the bacon if you are using raw bacon to start with.

    Recipe #162062

    This recipe is from Oxygen magazine. Simple Seafood Alfredo without all of the fat.

    Recipe #153117

    Recipe #153116

    I got this recipe from Oxygen magazine.

    Recipe #153010

    I got this recipe from Oxygen Magazine. It is very easy to make and very good for you.

    Recipe #153007

    This recipe comes from our home town news web site. Delicious! You have gotta try this one.

    Recipe #153006

    This is a wonderful potluck recipe and easy to throw together.

    Recipe #113503

    This recipe is delicious. I have not barbecued these but I have baked these in the oven. The flavors in this recipe are just wonderful and this is also a nice healthy and low fat recipe. The recipe is exported from Mastercook. This is a recipe that you definitely want to be sure and not overcook so the chicken stays moist and juicy. Preparation does not include marinating times.

    Recipe #109719

    This recipe is in our city paper but is actually out of Bon Appetit September 1999 issue. Looks like a great summer recipe for those of you who enjoy liqueur. I hope that you enjoy this recipe.

    Recipe #94294

    I have not tried this recipe because I do not care for wine but it looks so nice and refreshing for those of you who do enjoy wine. This looks like such a nice summer recipe that I just had to post it for you all. Chill time is not included in the prep. time. You will have to be sure to definitely makes this one ahead of time.

    Recipe #94186

    This comes from a restaurant that was very popular in Tulsa. It has been decades and it is said that people still request this recipe. I got this recipe out of the Tulsa paper.

    Recipe #94185

    Another Brown-Dunkin recipe out of the Tulsa paper.

    Recipe #94102

    This is another great recipe from the Brown-Dunkin Cookbook. This is out of the Tulsa paper.

    Recipe #94101

    This is out of a cookbook from a little tea room that is now closed down. It was very popular back in the 50's and 60's here in Tulsa. It was called Brown-Dunkin which became Dillard's Department store years ago. In the 50's it was the place for fashionable lunching ladies. There is one catch to this recipe though. It has 4 different cooking times which are: 375 degrees for 40 minutes, 450 degrees for 10 minutes, 350 degrees for 45 minutes or 400 degrees at 50 minutes. UHMMMM! I think that I would go for the 350 for 45 minutes. I have not made this yet but am just going for the one that best suits the recipe.

    Recipe #93921

    This is another delicious recipe from Pennington's which is a wonderful restaurant in Tulsa that closed down a long time ago. You could also add nuts to this recipe if you like chopped nuts in your carrot cake.

    Recipe #93831

    This is from a restaurant in Tulsa that closed down a long time ago. I got this recipe out of the Tulsa newspaper. My boyfriend asked me to post this. He used to eat this pie when he was little and said that it was the best! I have not made it myself yet but plan on doing so next weekend. The recipe does not look like the easiest to make but he assures me that it is well worth it! The picture is outstanding. I would love to post it but do not know how. Sorry.

    Recipe #93390

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