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    For a very large group. From an old local church cookbook. I haven't tried this yet, but I'm sure I will some day.

    Recipe #239286

    Adapted from Heidi Swanson, cookbook author. I haven't tried this yet, but it looks awfully good. Serve atop pasta, on baguettes, or over pizza or potatoes. Makes enough for 8 ounces dried pasta or 12 ounces fresh.

    Recipe #224509

    Adapted from Recipe# 156338. Went to the pantry and saw that I was out of whole wheat flour. Then I felt creative and wanted to add other things... This was the result. I still was planning to play with the receipt a bit more and add whole wheat flour or something, but the family liked these so much and ate them so fast, I changed my mind. Instead of rice flour I would think another flour would work fine, such as all-purpose, whole wheat, whole wheat pastry or other. I made these small and got 18 muffins, but I like them small. Then I can have two. ;)

    Recipe #223529

    I got this recipe from my mom many years ago, who got it from a friend, who got it...? Have shared it with many and is always enthusiastically received. Often requested by family for birthdays and other celebrations. Shredding the beef is a bit of work, but this makes lots so there are leftovers and they keep well. Doesn't last long. I always use the ketchup option, but my mom always uses the tomato sauce option. Enjoy!

    Recipe #235525

    From the AllRecipes site. I guess this was traditionally an English dish made with leftovers from Xmas dinner. Not sure this resembles the traditional dish much, but my family all like it. Pretty quick to make. I usually don't have leftover baked potatoes, so I mae the potatoes in the afternoon and let them cool. Then I halve them lengthwise, and the slice them about 1/4 inch thick, or maybe less. I've also occasionally tossed in other leftover vegetables, such as peas or carrots. I suppose you could serve with catsup or salsa or something, but we like it just as-is. I usually serve a side of cantaloupe with it.

    Recipe #231561

    From a CSA newsletter. Posted on the forums. I haven't made this yet. Because the bulgur isn't cooked, it needs to sit overnight in the dressing to soften, so begin preparations a day ahead. I'm guessing on the number of servings and perparation times.

    Recipe #239790

    This is something I made when I was in the mood for enchiladas but didn't want to go to all the trouble, had some leftover chicken to use up, and also wanted a somewhat low-cal but filling dinner. It gets a big thumbs up from my whole family, and the leftovers are usually gone very quickly.

    Recipe #222857

    From Martina Navratilova's book "Shape Yourself". I have not tried this yet. Makes a single serving, but is easily multiplied to as many servings as you like. Time to make is a guess, since I haven't made it yet, but includes 30 minute marinating time.

    Recipe #237662

    A very yummy, quick and easy and NOT low-cal recipe I got from the forums. Different from cornbread. This is soft and served out of the pan with a spoon. Too soft to cut into squares and eat out of hand. Eat with a fork.

    Recipe #231661

    Sweet and tart fruits with marshmallows and whipped cream. Good side for poultry, pork or ham. I made this for a big family Thanksgiving dinner and it went over well. As discussed in the forums at I wanted a salad similar to several mentioned in that thread, but none was exactly what I wanted, so I took a bit from each and made my own adaptation. "Cooking" time is really "chilling" time.

    Recipe #267603

    From Eating Well magazine, one of my favorite salads. The flavors blend so well and compliment and the textures are marvelous. If you have the white cheddar with a red pear, the colors are nice. When I get a green pear I just use yellow cheddar.

    Recipe #231749

    I'm going through an old church cookbook I got many years ago, and found this. I'd made it back when I was a new wife and hadn't many "tried and true" recipes or many cooking skills. It's been years since I made it, but to my recollection it was easy and tasty.

    Recipe #239288

    From Martina Navratilova's book "Shape Yourself". I have not tried this yet, but they look really good. Time to make is a guess, since I haven't made it yet.

    Recipe #237636

    There are already a lot of fish taco recipes on Zaar. But this one is a little different than the others. I found this recipe on the Internet somewhere. We really like it. I serve it with Recipe #232299, instead of the cabbage and sauce that are suggested.

    Recipe #232309

    I never bother with a mold for this, but I'm sure it would be pretty (I just use a glass-cut salad bowl). Jell-O salad with fresh fruits, including fresh cranberries. I have served it at the holidays for large family gatherings. Recipe from an old local church cookbook. "Cooking" time includes time to chill Jell-O.

    Recipe #239284

    Basically a very creamy mango smoothie type of beverage. From Food Network and Bobby Flay's "Boy Meets Grill" show. This was a Cuban food episode with a couple of different types of burgers and some grilled potatoes. The whole family liked these, even my son who doesn't care for mangoes. Even he said that this is a "Make again".

    Recipe #228971

    Found on forums. A low-cal dessert for dieters, that the rest of the family will still enjoy. Chilling time for custard not included in time estimate. This makes a thin pudding, not a traditional thick custard. But it is yummy. "Brulee" must be in the title because of the optional caramelized sugar topping?

    Recipe #237686

    From the American Heart Association's "Meals in Minutes" cookbook. Very filling, yummy, and low-cal to boot. One of my favorites.

    Recipe #235935

    Here's a recipe I used to make a lot for big family gatherings at Thanksgiving or Christmas. Could be served any time you want a cool, refreshing salad with the flavors of raspberries and cranberries and the creaminess of sour cream. From a church fund raiser cookbook, around 1984. Passive cooking time is a guesstimate for the chilling time required. (It's been a long time since I made this...)

    Recipe #238033

    Amazing pie, from the cover of Bon Apetite Magazine, April 2007. From their R.S.V.P. column. This recipe comes from Jamie's Restaurant in Pensacola, FL. I served it at Memorial Day family get-together, and everyone said it was amazing. I agree. A bit time consuming to put together, but SO worth it! Time to make is an estimate (I didn't really keep track.) Freezing times are included in the "passive cooking time".

    Recipe #230880

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