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    This is a mayo based caesar dressing, made quickly in the blender. I usually double or triple the recipe, so I have dressing for the next day too! Adapted from a Food & Wine recipe from Frank Castronovo and Frank Falcinelli and served in a restaurant aptly named Frankies, I think it's in Brooklyn. It's the best I've made. The original recipe does not call for lemon and I I missed that flavor and i wanted a bit more garlic. This recipe is what I ended up with. Served it for my DH 50th birthday and make it often now.

    Recipe #515416

    This is my mom's recipe for banana bread. It's of course the best I've ever had. It's the bread I grew up with, and the only thing I could eat on the morning of my wedding!!

    Recipe #485980

    This has been my staple filling food for this diet. It tastes fabulous! The original recipe comes from my new favorite cookbook "The Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook". I can't recommend this cookbook enough for healthy recipes that can be use with some tweaks for most of my elimination diet. I'll continue to use this great book long after the diet is over. I've made a few changes to the recipe

    Recipe #412963

    Cooked amaranth, berries, maple syrup, cinnamon and a splash of rice milk so much better than oatmeal!! This has become a staple for me on this Elimination Diet. I cook up a big batch of amaranth. Then, throughout the week I can put this together in under 5 minutes. Great for a quick breakfast or yummy filing desert. I love the "pop" of the amaranth! I use the 3 berry frozen mix from Costco. Frozen fruit is a must for me as I am doing this diet in the middle of winter. Use whatever non-dairy, non-soy milk you choose. I like rice milk. Adjust the toppings to your liking. Time to cook does NOT include the cooking of the amaranth. AMARANTH: This grain cooks up soupy. Don't add salt to the amaranth while cooking.

    Recipe #412129

    This is corn free, gluten free baking powder. The recipe is 1 part baking soda, 2 parts cream of tartar and 2 parts arrowroot powder. Make any amount you need.

    Recipe #411869

    Yum! I posted this for just 1 serving. Just cook however much you want!! Elimination Diet Recipe Notes: The mushrooms are best tasting cooked and helped me meet a sort of meaty craving I was having.

    Recipe #411862

    This is the apple crisp from my childhood (there is no oatmeal in the topping). If I could only pick one dessert to make the rest of my life, this would probably be it. Mom always made this in her beautiful copper au gratin pan. I bought the same pan when I got married, just so I could make this dessert. Originally from the 1966 version of the "Woman's Day Encyclopedia of Cookery", Mom adapted it slightly over the years (with a little help from Cooks Illustrated I think). Cutting the apples into "cubes" (instead of slices) helps the apples keep the apples firm throughout. I have made this with pecans or walnuts. I have also made it without nuts. I like it best with pecans, but all versions are yummy!! I love it warm or cold. You can serve it with ice cream, but I usually only do that for dinner parties.

    Recipe #397238

    This is a wonderful, easy recipe. Dairy free, no cook, quick to make! Perfect for entertaining in the summer. I "adjusted" the original of this recipe which came from "Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone", a fabulous cookbook by Deborah Madison which won Julia Child and James Beard awards (I'm not vegetarian, it's just a great book!). I always keep Costco's 3 Berry Mix in my freezer. I use these frozen berries, but use fresh if you prefer. I like the texture the thawing berry's have in the soup as well as the unexpected chill they add to each bite. This is really an easy recipe to adapt, be creative, go wild! * Note: I bought a VitaMix and pureed the watermelon, but it completely liquified. You want a puree, not liquid, so "pulses" is important, maybe on lowest setting. You can almost make a puree just by mashing the pulp if you don't have a blender.

    Recipe #372559

    Got this easy recipe from Cuisine at Home June '03. Tastes fabulous and takes only 15 minutes! Very easy to halve or double to.

    Recipe #335975

    I saw this recipe on Everyday Italitan with Giada Di Laurentis and have been thinking about it ever since. I love homemade donuts, but I just never feel like waking up early to make them! This seems like the perfect solution.

    Recipe #335943

    I am so thrilled to find a great fried rice recipe that includes more than soy in the sauce. This is from a fabulous cookbook called Kylie Kwong, Simple Chinese Cooking. Easy and tasty, like most stir fry recipes the cooking time is minimal, it's all the chopping that takes the time. Left overs were fantastic. Enjoy!

    Recipe #301725

    I am NOT an oatmeal fan. I have been searching for over a year to find a way to include oatmeal into my diet. I just don't like oatmeal. I tried steel-cut oats and able to eat a bite or two, but in the end the texture just is a challenge for me. I found this recipe in Bon Appetite (Sept. 2007) and thought it worth a try. It was great! Cook the oatmeal, chill, cut into pieces and cook on a griddle. While it is a two step recipe, it is quick and easy and worth the little bit of planning required. The cakes are even better served with fruit or yogurt. I will never be a big oatmeal fan, but this is a recipe I can include in my meal plan and actually enjoy. Give it a try, your colon will thank you!

    Recipe #295445

    Love this bread!!! I have been trying to eat 5 times a day (healthy food) and this bread fits perfectly into my plan. It is easy, quick to make, very moist and really tastes good! It is great on its own but would also be a wonderful accompaniment to soup. The recipe calls for mild or clover honey, but I used a stronger flavored honey with great results. From EatingWell magazine Jan 2007.

    Recipe #293913

    I buy boneless skinless chicken thighs from Costco in bulk. I like to cook them in my pressure cooker and then freeze them. Whenever I need a quick meal, I just pull out a cooked thigh and add to pasta, make a sandwich etc. etc. Recipe is for 4 chicken thighs, but the timing should be fine for 10 - 12 thighs, just check after original 10 minutes and cook more if needed. (Timing for bone IN chicken is much different).

    Recipe #289549

    This awesome salad is a "No Cook", "Simple" and (if you have a food processor) "20 Minutes or Less" recipe. It's a shredded salad that is easily adapted to smaller or larger servings and would be great for a potluck or bbq. The dressing is lemony and tangy. Use whatever apples appeal to you, but I don't recommend Granny Smith. A bit tart is okay, but the dressing is tangy and a sweeter apple helps balance that. I used Pink Ladies. The salad did fine overnight in the refrigerator, I was happy to find that the apples did not discolor and stayed crunchy overnight.

    Recipe #243367

    I am so excited about this soup! It is a chicken broth soup flavored and "textured" by a bright salsa puree and has mozzarella melting in the bottom of the bowl! It is extremely simple to make. If the directions seem long, it's only because I've given lots of notes. Very little chopping and very little cooking to this recipe. I think the melting mozzarella makes this broth soup special! What I like most about serving this low-cal soup is that it can be easily adjusted to meet the taste of your guests . There are garnishes that add the finishing touches to the soup and make this recipe fun for entertaining. You can add any of the garnishes to the soup immediately before serving if you prefer, but I would NOT add the sour cream. Even if you temper the sour cream, it makes the soup cloudy. I simply put a small dish of sour cream on the table for each guest. I dip the tip of my spoon in the sour cream and then take soup on to the spoon. I'm one of those "perfect bite" kind of people, that's why I love serving the soup with the garnishes!! Enjoy!!

    Recipe #243352

    This came from Eating Well magazine. We have Italian Plum trees and I'm always looking for new recipes to use up all our plums! Use 1 pound of any kind of plums you like. I love that there are only 4 ingredients! The tag line on the recipe says "...spread on crackers with cream cheese or as a dipping sauce for grilled chicken."

    Recipe #241142

    I've had lots of guacamole and this is truly the best. Of all the things I've cooked for guests, this recipe is is one of the best received! It's the bacon that makes the difference! The recipe is from The New Best Recipe cookbook. If you make guacomole ahead of time...*Guacamole can be covered with plastic wrap, pressed directly onto the surface of the mixture, and refrigerated up to 1 day. Remove the guacamole to room temperature, removing the plasctic wrap at the last moment, before serving.

    Recipe #240242

    Bread from ATK Family Cookbook

    Recipe #230084

    This is a fabulous recipe that I adapted from a great cookbook "Pressure Cooking for Everyone". It was originally Pork Chops with Cherry-Black Currant Sauce. I substituted some sweetened dried cranberries for the dried cherries and some lingonberry jam for the black currant preserves. I also substituted some champagne-pomegranate vinegar for the white wine vinegar, so feel encouraged to substitute different vinegars! I used boneless chops I get at Costco that are a little more than an inch thick. I made some minor adjustments to the instructions and made the recipe my own. There ends up being the perfect amount of sauce for 2 and you can stretch it to four chops, but no more than that without doubling the sauce. I think from now on I will just double the sauce it's so good. I think there is some room for different substitutions with this recipe, so feel free to get creative! One important note...there is almost no liquid in the pot when you bring the PC to high pressure, which seems very odd. But the cooking time is zero, so the meat does not have time to scorch. It seems weird, but it works fine! IT IS CRITICAL that you take the temp of the pork chops. Because of the varying thickness of chops and of PC's, you must ensure your chops are cooked to 145 degrees for food safety reasons. If they are under done, just stick them back in the PC, bring to high pressure again and either quick release or natural release depending on how much more they needed to cook.

    Recipe #200486

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