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    Delicious, fresh-tasting, and easy soup.

    Recipe #407732

    This sugar cookie recipe goes way back in my family, at least to my maternal great-grandmother. My mom always had a lot of cookie cutters, so we would make these for different occasions and decorate them with colored icing.

    Recipe #397402

    This recipe is adopted from a recipe for Flag Cake by the Barefoot Contessa. I made it for 4th of July 2009 and it was probably the best cake I've ever made. I don't usually like cream cheese frosting, but this one is divine, especially with the fresh berries on top. A few months later I found cupcakes topped with raspberries and blueberries at Star Provisions' bakery in Atlanta, and I could swear they used this same recipe, though Annie Quatrano might beg to differ. That's what gave me the idea to make cupcakes with the Flag Cake recipe. The cake batter includes sour cream, which makes the cake SO moist and delicious. I've tried substituting 1/2 cup of Splenda for half a cup of the sugar in the batter and they came our great, so you could experiment with substituting Splenda for even more of the sugar. Enjoy!

    Recipe #387901

    This is from Nigella Lawson.

    Recipe #370519

    Recipe #367305

    From Fitness Magazine. Delish!

    Recipe #367267

    I got a craving for baked cherries, so I found a recipe from Cooks.com and lightened it up. The cherries rise to the top, and the batter bakes becomes custard-like. This dessert can also be prepared using blueberries, plums, peaches, apples or other fruits that are in season. I used frozen pitted cherries, which cuts down on the prep time.

    Recipe #351512

    This dish is like the love child of raw sushi and cooked fare. The flavors are so reminiscent of sushi, but with the substance and feeling of a regular entree. Be careful of the quantity of wasabi used - this will clear out your sinuses big time!

    Recipe #346834

    This is a great holiday cookie with several variations! If you want to make Hazelnut-Nutella Sandwich Cookies, Coconut-Raspberry Thumbprints, or Cocoa Nib-Chocolate Chip Cookies, just leave out both gingers and follow the special directions at the bottom. These are from Food & Wine magazine. They call for baking soda instead of baking powder to create holiday cookies that are especially crispy. I have experimented with adding a little baking powder, but haven't perfected it yet. (Read: Very big cookies!)

    Recipe #346741

    Alon's Bakery in Atlanta has the most delicious cherry muffins with slivered almonds on top, and this is the closest recipe I've found to make at home. This comes from the BBC's Good Food website, but I adapted it to be lighter. You can also use frozen sweet cherries in place of fresh, which are usually pitted.

    Recipe #325791

    A healthy twist on Shrimp Scampi, from Holly Clegg's a Trim and Terrific Louisiana Kitchen.

    Recipe #270288

    From a Whole Foods booklet

    Recipe #206378

    These are delicious! When we made them, the sweet potatoes actually stayed crunchy, which was surprising but really nice. The flavor and the texture are both wonderful.

    Recipe #206267

    This is a variation of another healthy broccoli soup, recipe 27337, with a bit of a different spin.

    Recipe #190513

    From CookingFor2 - my husband loves this one.

    Recipe #190311

    These come from the SuperFoods Rx book, so they're very healthful. The original recipe called for whole wheat pastry flour, but I substituted all purpose flour to make it a little more convenient.

    Recipe #189721


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