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    Got this from the Martha Stewart website. Putting it here for safekeeping.

    Recipe #275117

    These have a cake like texture, not a cookie textured bar. I love the combination of cherry and almond.

    Recipe #273089

    I love, love, love Starbucks Caramel Apple Cider, but it is full of calories. After extensive experimenting, I think this is nearly dead on but fewer calories.

    Recipe #268219

    This is terrific, creamy soup and a really easy, delicious way to get rid of some of that leftover turkey.

    Recipe #268109

    Again, low carb boredom brought this on. Strawberries have carbs, but are allowed in moderation on most low carb, high protein diets. You could substitute any frozen fruit if carbs aren't the concern, but sugar is.

    Recipe #171382

    I'm so incredibly sick of broiled meat and a salad. I came up with this to satisfy my craving for comfort food, flavor rich food, gooey food. It's delicious. There are no tomatoes in it because it adds carbs, and my husband is allergic to them.

    Recipe #168681

    I created this looking for a way to bread shrimp without the ridiculous number of carbs in flour and/or cornmeal. We love it.

    Recipe #167338

    I love to make a pitcher of this with lots of ice when it's hot. It's diet and it satisfies my need for something other than water or diet soda.

    Recipe #166861

    From the December 1990 issue of Bon Appetit magazine. Posted here for safekeeping.

    Recipe #143617

    I found some long lost recipes yesterday. I'm posting them here for safekeeping. From December 1999 Southern Living.

    Recipe #143604

    I'm doing the nutrisystem diet, and since cabbage is listed as a "salad vegetable" and the amount is unlimited, this has become my saving grace. It truly is delicious. I made this up in desperation and it's wonderful.

    Recipe #113248

    My co-worker stops at the Mi Tierra restaurant in Ridgeland, SC on her way to work every night and gets take out. They always include their homemade chips and guacamole dip. I hate guacamole, but this dip is the absolute best. They won't part with the recipe, so I worked on it a bit and I think this is it.

    Recipe #113247

    Paula Deen prepared her corned beef in a similar fashion - I'm not sure if this is her exact recipe, but the idea is the same. It saves such much time and effort and the taste is terrific.

    Recipe #85085

    This recipe came as a result of working nights several days in a row and really not wanting to drive to the grocery store when I awakened in the afternoon. The thawed chicken legs seemed so boring, so I mixed what I had together and my husband called me at work to say how good it was. I had a leftover microwaved piece the next morning and it was still good.

    Recipe #69652

    I was shopping in the commissary one day when an old lady struck up a conversation with me. She saw the ingredients in my cart and asked if I was making a Banana Pudding. I told her I was, so she proceeded to give me tips and recipes for her favorite desserts to serve her husband. This is one I did try and it was delicious. I tend to adore people at both ends of the life spectrum - infants and the very elderly.

    Recipe #68599

    This is a combination of several Newburg recipes. I just kept experimenting until I came up with one that satisfies my craving for Newburg but my "meat and potatoes" husband and children will eat. I think it's yummy.

    Recipe #68598

    From the May 1994 issue of Bon Appetite. These sound different and easy.

    Recipe #64338

    This is from the May 1994 issue of Bon Appetit. This recipe supposedly dates to the 15th or 16th century, when leftover dough was used to bake these little pizzas. They were put into the big bread ovens and by the time they were finished baking, the temperature was lowered enough to bake bread. They sound wonderful, haven't tried it yet. Prep time includes overnight chill for the dough.

    Recipe #64337

    I find most protein drinks taste terrible, are gritty, etc. This one is delicious - even my teenage son and husband who hates cottage cheese will drink it. Add a scoop of protein powder if you'd like. I'm editing this to say that the calorie count on Zaar is incorrect. If you use lowfat cottage cheese, the calorie count is actually 250 calories per serving. I have also discovered a wonderful new way to flavor this. I omit the vanilla and grate some fresh nutmeg in, then a little cinnamon and blend. Makes it taste somewhat "noggy".

    Recipe #54244

    Another recipe from Brother Boniface, a 95 year old Trappist Monk from Mepkin Abbey in Moncks Corner, SC. He still helps in the kitchen to this day, coming in his wheelchair to chop vegetables. I made this recipe in my breadmaker with 5 c. flour - made one large, delicious loaf.

    Recipe #53237

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