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    Just posting this for nutritional info. Made it up.

    Recipe #390099

    Out of necessity, with nothing in the cupboards, I threw this together. It's actually quite tasty!

    Recipe #296833

    This looks delicious. Posting for safekeeping & nutritional stats (like I really need to know!!!) From Andrew Nutter. Cooking time includes chilling time.

    Recipe #276414

    This is an adaptation of a dish I found on marmiton.org. The original didn't specify a cooking temperature, so I just made one up. This roast turns out tender and moist, and the flavors are addictive. Good thing I had other side dishes, otherwise I probably would have eaten the whole roast!

    Recipe #276299

    I love hot food and this has caused me to become addicted to zucchini. Here in France, while rummaging around my cupboard, I found a bottle of spice marked "Piments de langue d'oiseau--Pili-Pili). I said hmm, looks like paprika, and threw a whole bunch on my zucchini. Turns out pili pili is sorta hot. But, boyyyyy, is it good! I have no idea what this would be in America or if you can even get it, so you could probably sub a mix of hot paprika and cayenne. But pili pili, which is from Africa and just means "pepper pepper" is the best. *NOTE* I do not measure when I cook. So this is just guesstimated for the 'Zaar computer. I go 1 zucchini per person (small zucchini, not the baseball bats!) and however hot you want it.

    Recipe #269312

    This is another one of my poor-student-don't-have-everything-I-need recipes. I wanted to make eggplant parm b/c here in Paris I've got eggplant (aubergines) and zucchini (courgettes) coming out of my ears! (This rec. doesn't contain zucchini, btw). Anyway, I bought all these (cheap!) eggplants and got home, realizing I had no cheese except for deliciously stinky, gooey, goaty St Marcellin. I figured that wouldn't really cut it. So I ended up with this vegan dish that made me feel healthy. That way I can eat it with rilettes, cheese, baguette, wine, etc. Ha! This recipe could easily be scaled up, I think.

    Recipe #262016

    Steak for one pan-fried, then bathed in a spicy sauce! I threw this together because I didn't really have much in the kitchen, being a poor student abroad. I don't even like meat, but this was quite tasty. I like to make it really spicy--you have to use good quality HOT paprika. This is great with mashed potatoes, a pile of veggies, and bread to sop up all that sauce.

    Recipe #261899

    I'm living in France right now, and my parents sent me a care package including taco seasoning mix! Tonight I was trying to figure out what to do with the 2 cucumbers someone sold me by mistake (I guess when you run out of courgettes you just sell cucumbers?!?!) because I'm not a big cucumber fan. I figured it couldn't hurt. Mmm. Tangy. Warning: do not try this if you don't like sour. I didn't add any sugar at all. Warning 2: I don't measure, I eyeball. I'll list ingredients, but it's up to you how much to add.

    Recipe #258318

    I've seen lots of recipes for beer-boiled brats here, but they have all this other stuff in them: butter, carrots, onions--probably 'cause people use nasty flavored beer ;) Anyway, this is how my family makes them, and the ingredients are VERY particular.

    Recipe #245236

    This is sort of a combination of muffin recipes from Zaar and my own favorite flavors.

    Recipe #242004

    So I tried Myththing's recipe for Oatbran, Current and Maple muffins but I didn't have a lot on hand because we're leaving for vacation. I used what I had, tried to make it a bit healthier, and added some spices. This is similar, but I'm mostly posting it to see the nutritional information. :)

    Recipe #237689

    I was checking out some recipes for lentil soup on Zaar but I just kept adding things to the pot. This is the result! I'm pretty sure it's vegtarian, anyway! The spices are VERY approximate, I just throw stuff in until it's to my liking.

    Recipe #237316

    This is basically the recipe from the back of the Toll House bag, but I tweaked it so that it would have less fat and fewer calories. The addition of applesauce is actually really nice-it blends well with the cinnamon-y, buttery taste of the scotchies. The only thing is that you'll have to increase the cooking time.

    Recipe #232362

    This is a great refreshing drink for hot and humid summer days. I'm more of an "eyeball" cook, so the measurements here are VERY approximate--fiddle around with it yourself and find what works for you.

    Recipe #230310

    I was looking at recipes here on Zaar and saw one for Peanut butter graham bars. I didn't feel like cooking something, but I ran to the kitchen anyway and slapped this together. It tastes very, very good though! Note, this is just for one person. Just multiply all of the ingredients by however many you want to make.

    Recipe #205322

    This recipe originally came from a Williams and Sonoma recipe CD, and I think it was called a "spaghetti fritatta." Anyway, I've messed with it so many times, it really doesn't look like the original any more. Feel free to throw in whatever veggies you like (spinach and roasted peppers sound good) but as I'm not the healthiest person around, I usually forgo them. Disclaimer: Please make sure that your eggs are fresh, as they are not completely cooked in this recipe. Do not blame me if you use old eggies and get salmonella. But never fear, I'm still here!

    Recipe #203308

    I always like fruit in my oatmeal, and raspberries are my absolute favorites. You can use either frozen or fresh (fresh is better, of course, but not usually practical!). Yum.

    Recipe #203241


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