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    A nice recipe found on cooks dot com for ZWT6.

    Recipe #425230

    An interesting, mildly "adult" tea with the dash of Rum. Found on Tasty Germn Recipes dot com.

    Recipe #425216

    An adult bevy I found on Tasty German Recipes dot com. Slightly different that the other two I found here on Zaar. It is a favorite wedding drink - and is suggested that you use very ripe berries for the best flavor!! **Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #425213

    A tasty lemon dessert served with raspberries. Found on Tasty German Recipes dot com. cooktime is chill time. **For those unable to locate gelatin sheets (or leaves), this is one conversion I found that may help to use powdered gelatin. "6 sheets of gelatine is the equivalent of 3 teaspoons of powdered gelatine (a 10g sachet). This is enough to soft-set 480ml/16fl.oz. of liquid." That leads me to think this recipe would use 1.5 tsp of powdered gelatin? I haven't tried it yet..but may look for the sheets to try it. :) I know Amazon has them, but do think I can find them more locally. I just LOVE anything lemon..and champagne to boot? YAY!

    Recipe #425196

    German Jaeger Schnitzel is traditionally made from pork, accompanied by a creamy mushroom Jaeger sauce. If liked you can make it out of turkey or chicken if you do not like pork. This recipe is perfct served over spaetzel, but is great with potatoes and veggies if you prefer.

    Recipe #425176

    German /Hungarian meat roulade consisting of bacon, onions, mustard and pickles wrapped in thinly sliced beef and then cooked. Reminds me a little of mini morkon, a dish my Dad makes often. Found on Cookipedia.

    Recipe #425165

    A delicious martini from Dessert Noir in Beaverton, Oregon. Unfortunately, they are no longer there, but we will hope they re-open a new location soon! Features Oregon's INDIO brand Marionberry vodka. YUM!

    Recipe #414637

    Another delicious recipe from Dessert Noir formerly in Beaverton, Oregon. This terrific establlishment offered many cocktails featuring premium Oregon spirits. *Note Crater Lake brand Hazelnut Espresso Vodka. Chocolate covered espresso beans are anice garnish as well.

    Recipe #414629

    This is a salad dressing I came up with while following Dr. Simeons HCG Protocol. It is "legal" meaning it complies with all aspects of VLCD for those following the protocol. Anyone on this plan knows the VLCD phase is restrictive and can get boring - so spices are our friends! Great on spinach, lettuce, cucumbers, tomatoes, onions - you name it. Add your protein and away you go! You can really vary your flavor depending on the combination of spices you use - this is a basic grouping...I add/adjust depending on the flavors I crave when. I love this with grilled shrimp to make my salad...on cucumbers .... with grilled chicken. Even with lettuce and a grilled burger (4% Laura's lean beef in a lettuce wrap) and a side salad.

    Recipe #409725

    A quick, flavorful recipe I came up with that fits into the Dr. Simeons Hcg Protocol during VLCD phase. Add spices to taste. **Trimming the Asparagus: Just hold each end and snapping it -- it will naturally break off the tough part. You keep the flower end for cooking (and should have nice longer spears). If you like, the "tough" ends can be kept to be used in vegetable stock or for other used later. Saw this on Cook Yourself thin!

    Recipe #409278

    I love sweet and sour red cabbage and was missing the flavor while on my current diet plan. This is a quick recipe I came up with while following Dr.Simeons HCG Protocol. This is completely "legal" on VLCD (Very Low Calorie Diet) for those following protocol. Adjust spices according to your taste preferences. **Note - I use Sweetleaf Stevia powder in the shaker - Stevia is much sweeter than sugar so sprinkle lightly and adjust to taste as with other spices. Goes great with a burger (4% Laura's is terrific) on the foreman grill.

    Recipe #409276

    This recipe is from Claire Robinson on the Food Network and looked absolutely TO DIE FOR! It's really similar to one we have made in the past at our family gatherings. I am trying this for Thanksgiving this year! I might add a little white pepper, bacon or some red pepper flakes...but I have to try the original version first!

    Recipe #400055

    A great way to enjoy your chocolate and work on dropping a dress size! Recipe deom the show Cook Yourself Thin....looks delicious! I plan to try these out and possibly make them for my holiday baskets! **Cook time does not include 15 minute wait/cool time between cookings.

    Recipe #392517

    A healthy and delicious recipe I found online from the New York Times. YUMMY! A short series on shell bens - their uses and benefits. Sept 21, 2009

    Recipe #392508

    Calories per serving, 2 stacks per person: 596 Nice recipe from Cook Yourself Thin!

    Recipe #391792

    A great makeover quiche with loads of flavor but not the calories! Cook Yourself Thin tv. :) You can add any veggies you like - experiment - the key is the crust "replacement" and the lower fat - less oils/butters and creams.

    Recipe #391788

    An elegant and flavorful cholocate treat - all the flavor, none of the guilt! From Cook Yourself Thin tv. Calories per serving, roulade: 190 Calories per serving, raspberry sauce: 26 Times do not include cooling times.

    Recipe #391781

    I found these individual mini-meatloaves with roasted veggies on Cook Yourself Thin. I love turkey anyway, but this just looks to die for!! I can't wait to make it! Calories per serving, meatloaves: 227 Calories per serving, roasted root veggies: 121 **Cooking time is slightly shorter for the veggies - see below. Meal should be done at the same time just not enter oven at the exact same time.

    Recipe #391778

    A guilt-free version of Mommy fuel...LOL. Cook Yourself Thin recipe. 110 calories per Cook Yourself Thin recipe

    Recipe #391777

    Another completely decadent chocoholic's dream - without all the guilt! From Cook Yourself Thin tv. *YUMMY* 222 calories per serving *Cooling times not included

    Recipe #391772

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