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    nice and fruity, great to cool you off after a good workout! make sure you use a blender for this one.

    Recipe #247873

    Great for a Morning meal or a snack any time of the day! Full of the right carbs, fats, and protein.

    Recipe #247849

    Why spend all that extra money on Myoplex, MetRx, or any other pre-packaged powder? All of them contain inferior carb (maltadextren) and protein sources anyway. This one is fast, versitile, and much better for you.

    Recipe #247838

    Why pay the extra money for those so called energy/protein bars you find at the store? most contain sugar alcohols and other stuff that is not very good for you. These are quick, easy, and much more healthy!

    Recipe #247830

    Easy and good for you! Never buy those stale crumbly bars again! Try different nuts and fruits to change it up a bit.

    Recipe #247336

    I am making this for our family holiday celebration pot luck this year. I cut the sausages into 1" bite size pieces and the peppers and onions into 2"x 1/2" slices to make it easy to eat with a fork! you can use any of your favorite sausages and/or peppers you choose!

    Recipe #200402

    Posted in the June 28th Chicago Tribune Food section - great tasting chicken! This recipe combines the best advice of the experts: brining for moist, juicy chicken; marinating in buttermilk for tenderness; seasoned flour for a crisp crust; and a little bacon grease mixed into the frying fat to add savory flavor. The brining and marinating mean you'll have to think ahead--start this recipe at lunchtime the day you'll set it on the table. Remember that the side you start frying a piece on will always look better than the other side.

    Recipe #177674

    Just like the state fair or renaissance festival! Make these for now, or heat them up later. you can use a gas, electric, or charcoal Smoker, or a conventional grill if you use indirect heat. You can actually use this same recipe for a 12-15 lb whole turkey or chicken as well, just keep it in the smoker for a full 12 hrs.

    Recipe #167053

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