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    This came from Williams-Sonoma. It was made by my daughter for Christmas dinner and enjoyed by everyone in attendance. YUM!

    Recipe #408558

    from Runner's World "This dish is low in fat because it uses olive oil instead of butter or cream."

    Recipe #400868

    A recipe from Bob's Red Mill Flaxseed sounded interesting because I have been looking for ways to include more Omega-3's in our diet. The whole wheat and flaxseed in this recipe intrigued me, so I made a couple of adaptations and tried it. It was nice!

    Recipe #225344

    You know the drill.... We all get to that point where everything in the refrigerator MUST GO! Tomorrow is market day, so today I grabbed everything in the vegetable bin... What a pleasant surprise this was!

    Recipe #215854

    Martha Stewart's EveryDay Cooking recipe.

    Recipe #214893

    We marinated Tiger prawns using this recipe. They were very tasty! You can use chicken pieces instead of the shrimp.

    Recipe #214891

    This looks wonderful! I cannot wait to try it.

    Recipe #214404

    I found this recipe in a magazine and thought I would give it a try. I made two changes - 1. one green pepper in place of a red (next time I will stick with red only) 2. Italian seasoning in place of thyme. Otherwise, I followed the recipe exactly. The smell of this cooking was so wonderful. My dh came down about 10 minutes after I put the pan in the oven and wondered WHAT smelled so good and "did I have anything he could munch on while he waited????" Ha Ha! Anyway, when it finally came out of the oven, we were not disappointed.

    Recipe #208490

    For a great gift, fill a small jar! Experiment with your own favorite spices! SOUTHWESTERN RUB: Replace some of the paprika with cumin, coriander, and chili powder. INDIAN RUB: Replace the oregano and thyme with turmeric, curry powder, ground ginger, and cardamom MEDITTERANEAN RUB: Replace some or all the oregano and/or thyme with dried tarragon, marjoram, rosemary, dill, or basil. Omit the cayenne pepper.

    Recipe #208233

    Thank you Dr. Mehmet C. Oz! This is my favorite salad recipe from his book, YOU on a DIET!

    Recipe #208229

    This wonderful "salad" was the side-dish of a turkey dinner from Everyday Food. It was the best part of the meal!

    Recipe #208227

    This recipe came from Everyday Foods. It was the side-dish for a turkey dinner. We LOVED these potatoes!

    Recipe #208221

    This favorite "pupu" (Hawaiian appetizer) is from the Hawaiian Electric Company's cookbook called A Taste To Remember. It is always a "hit" at potlucks and parties. Many folks use the bread for dipping, but I have seen just as many people fill a bowl and eat it with a spoon! It makes enough for an army (or NAVY!).

    Recipe #208192

    "Bet-cha can't eat just one!"

    Recipe #208191

    This recipe was prepared for me and shared by a wonderful neighbor after she fed my family and summer house guests (12 of us!) for an entire week while we played tourists. Even the fish-haters went back for second helpings!

    Recipe #203192

    Easy to prepare, sweet to eat! I use fresh limes, freshly chopped garlic, freshly grated ginger root, freshly ground pepper, and fresh-caught, wild Mahimahi! P.S. I don't eat fish!

    Recipe #200888

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