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    This is based on Recipe #206594, a weight watchers recipe posted by kittencal.

    Recipe #510085

    This is Recipe #331899, modified with some egg and herbs.

    Recipe #510084

    This is based on Recipe #77739; however, I didn't use the topping. It really didn't need it.

    Recipe #510042

    This is based on Recipe #395939, but with some changes.

    Recipe #510040

    This is based on Recipe #340422 340422. However, I didn't have a banana or Cool Whip, so it came out differently. I made it for Thanksgiving 2013 while DH is on a Zero Fat diet. I should have left out the coconut. Cooking time is minimum chilling time.

    Recipe #510039

    This is from

    Recipe #509868

    Recipe #507096

    From Bon Appetit. You can also use grilled beef (instead of the seafood) or use squid (uncooked, cleaned, with tentacles reserved and bodies cut into 1/2-inch thick rings) instead of the scallops.

    Recipe #503864

    Recipe #503859

    By Mark Bittman. For the curry powder, it should be a mild, fragrant one versus one that's hot; for example, recipe #503859. Serve with jasmine rice and nam pla.

    Recipe #503857

    Mark Bittman Cooking time is a guesstimate.

    Recipe #503814

    From Foods of the World, Time Life.

    Recipe #503802

    From Foods of the World, Time Life.

    Recipe #503801

    From the Time Life Foods of the World series. When I make this, I'm going to use pickled herring from the kosher section of our supermarket. I think it will work. Cooking time includes 2 hrs to chill, altho the dish can be served after 1 hr of chilling.

    Recipe #503800

    This is from Cookin' Cousins, who are affiliated with Honeyville Farms. If you don't have powdered peanut butter, I'd start with 1/4 cup of regular peanut butter and keep adding slowly until you have a mixture you can work with; i.e., roll into balls. Prep times doesn't include the time to cook and cool the quinoa. Cooking time is the time these need to sit in the fridge before serving.

    Recipe #502465

    This is from They noted that Bahamians usually soak this in lime juice the day before, as well, for a fuller flavor.

    Recipe #501343

    This is the old-school version of this from

    Recipe #501315

    Antarctica Sledging Biscuits are dense, crunchy and high fat and salt biscuits made specifically to keep people alive in Antarctica. When cooking sledging biscuits you simply need to avoid overcooking them. They should be pale yellow in colour rather than brown as most biscuits. From These are/were often topped with pemmican. The above site says that one of the reasons Scott's team died was that they didn't have fruit in their pemmican, resulting in scurvy and an inability to digest energy. Whole wheat: 120 grams in one cup of whole wheat flour, so 150 grams = 1.25 cups Butter: 14.2 grams per tablespoon, so scant 2 T. for 30 grams Water: 50 ml = 3.35 tablespoons (US), so about 3 T. + 1 tsp. Or find your own conversion tools.

    Recipe #501266

    This is from Better Homes and Garden 30-Minute Dinners. Instead of the pouch of wild rice and regular rice, you can use 1.5 to 2 cups of cooked rice. I used brown boil-in-the-bag rice, and it came out great. This would be good topped with sour cream and/or avocados as well as the listed cherry tomatoes. Without the optional toppings, however, this is a pleasantly mild, soothing dish.

    Recipe #499219

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