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    I found this recipe while searching for an additional kugel to add to my Passover holiday menu. This was a HUGE success. You can pre-make the kugel and then right before you start your seder as your dinner is being kept warm in the oven place it inside to reheat. When your family reaches the festive meal portion of the evening spread the preserves on top and serve. This recipe was found at http://www.jewish-food.org/ and was attributed to Linda Shapiro (barron@coconet.com).

    Recipe #162224

    My emah (mother) was famous for her matzo balls. We enjoyed them year round and now my sister and I continue the tradition. We prefered them to be thick and dense. If you prefer light and fluffy matzo balls just boil them longer.

    Recipe #162241

    One of my best friends mother was kind enough to share her Passover brisket recipe. It is easy to make and always gets raves. Mrs. Goldman swears that you must use Goodman's Onion Soup Mix and that you have to cover the meat with the foil shinny side down.

    Recipe #162239

    I was looking for an interesting stuffing recipe and decided to give this one a try. Unfortunately I have never been able to find chestnuts at Passover time so I substitute walnuts. I was shocked at how much everyone loved this dish so I continue to make it every year. I found the recipe at www.jewish-food.org/. Credit is give to Sean McCormick (fooddude@agt.net). I have always made this in a separate pan so the vegetarians at the table can enjoy it.

    Recipe #162242

    My mom Peggy lost 67.5 pounds on Weight Watchers and kept it off for over 10 years and was also a WW Leader. She was always looking for new ways to prepare foods so they were enjoyable and healthy. This salad fits the bill and therefore is named in her honor. You can certainly use real sugar or mayonnaise (in the same quantities as listed) but why waste the calories when the light/no sugar version tastes this good? No one at your table will notice anything is missing and they will probably ask you to make it again and again . . . And why not? Not only does it taste great, it is low in calories, and a great way to eat your veggies.

    Recipe #175143

    This is a lovely cold pasta salad I found in Redbook magazine. I use the ditalini pasta which works perfectly and I like to chill it before serving. The fresh garlic give a wonderful zing.

    Recipe #174836

    A great choice for a post off Weight Loss Surgery (WLS) patient. Always check with your doctor first. Find more of Shelly's great recipes and other information on her blog at: http://theworldaccordingtoeggface.blogspot.com/ Notes from Shelly on this recipe from her blog: These are a perfect weight loss surgery friendly appetizer or on-the-go breakfast. They would be especially burger joint-ish served with a Green Salad with Thousand Island Dressing. It's also a very kid friendly meal. They heat up very well. I keep them in the fridge for up to three days. Reheat in the toaster oven or regular oven. They freeze well just defrost in the fridge then heat up. They won't be around that long though trust me.

    Recipe #324202

    A great choice for a post off Weight Loss Surgery (WLS) patient in the pureed stage. Always check with your doctor first. Find more of Shelly's great recipes and other information on her blog at: http://theworldaccordingtoeggface.blogspot.com/

    Recipe #324036

    A great choice for a post off Weight Loss Surgery (WLS) patient. Always check with your doctor first. Find more of Shelly's great recipes and other information on her blog at: http://theworldaccordingtoeggface.blogspot.com/

    Recipe #324203


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