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    Adapted from one of Emeril's recipes, where he did an episode with "crazy tacos". We like to make this and serve it in the fish tacos. I don't use Emeril's fish taco recipe, though. Instead I serve with Recipe #232309. I've change the propotions a bit and added some extras like cilantro and carrots. I really like the onions. Update 6/6/07: I made this tonight and measured everything as I made it, so I've updated the amounts (usually I don't measure, but just eyeball it).

    Recipe #232299

    Here is a yummy alternative to oatmeal in the morning. Very healthy whole grains, too. "Super foods" some people call them. Takes a little while to make it, but very yummy. Add your own spices, sweeteners and dried fruit, to your taste. This recipe can be easily halved if you use a small saucepan. Supposedly you can cook in a small crockpot overnight, but I've personally only ever tried this on the stovetop.

    Recipe #223591

    I found this at the MyFoodDiary.com forums, but originally it comes from SELF magazine. The original salad used radishes, but I substitute green onions instead. Healthy fats in this salad, but I've also reduced the amount of oil in the dressing. Sometimes I eat the leftovers in a tortilla as a sort of veggie or salad wrap.

    Recipe #232311

    Got this idea off of the MyFoodDiary.com forums. High in protein and fiber. A nourishing, filling breakfast for one that is quick. I'd like to try it some time with regular oats instead of instant ones (maybe quick cooking) and see how that comes out.

    Recipe #223534

    A very yummy, quick and easy and NOT low-cal recipe I got from the MyFoodDiary.com 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

    This is a fabulous quinoa pilaf that pairs well with grilled or broiled meats, or could even be a main vegetarian course. I like to have leftovers for breakfast with a fried egg on top. From the Eating Well magazine. Super healthy and yummy. If you use vegetable broth instead of chicken broth it is a vegan recipe.

    Recipe #228500

    Last fall I bought some fingerling potatoes at the local Farmers Market. Then I had to find a way to cook them. Searched on the web and blended a few ideas and came up with this. Also works well if you take regular baking potatoes and dice them up into about 1 1/2 in pieces and substitute for the fingerlings.

    Recipe #223531

    Adapted from Cooking Light. A healthy and different way to eat sweet potatoes, and one of my favorites. Goes well as a side with grilled meats or sandwiches. I like this because it is quick, easy, tasty, and excepting the cilantro I almost always have all the ingredients on hand. On top of all that, it's healthy and low-calorie. What's not to like?

    Recipe #228488

    Posted in the MyFoodDiary.com forums, from a newspaper article some time back. Excellent salad, and very healthy. Tasty. Healthy. You can't go wrong. Even my kids like this one.

    Recipe #232061

    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

    From Sunset's Fish book. Here's a really quick and easy sauce to prepare. These are ingredients that you probably have on hand. 30-minute chill time is included as passive "cooking" time.

    Recipe #239662

    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

    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

    Typically people think of this as a Greek food, but I learned to make it from a friend when I was an exchange student in Germany. My friend, Hossein, was from Tehran, Iran (Persia) and he liked to have tzatziki with every meal (it is a condiment served on the side). As far as I can tell, most of the countries on the eastern side of the Mediterranean Sea, and other middle eastern countries like to eat something similar to this with many of their meals. Tzatziki is a yogurt salad typically made with cucumbers, onions and garlic. At least, these are what I consider to be the essential ingredients. I have had some in restaurants that omitted the cucumbers. Eh. Not so good, in my opinion. One of the dinners I usually serve with tzatziki in my home, is grilled salmon with rice, tzatziki and diced tomatoes on the side. I don't really follow a recipe for this, but here is my approximate amount of ingredients. For yogurt, you can use full, low or non-fat but I don't like the texture of non-fat. I prefer Greek style, it's smooth, thick and creamy not like gelatin.

    Recipe #224317

    Here is a nice technique for grilling fries that is pretty low calorie and also tasty. The whole family liked these, and next time we want "French Fries" I will probably make these. They are easier and healthier and yummier. From Bobby Flay and "Boy Meets Grill" on Food Network. I don't have "ancho chili powder", so I just used regular chili powder.

    Recipe #233540

    Adapted from the back of a can of S&W brand tomatoes. My family loves this one, and it's so quick and easy to make. One of my faves, too. The original recipe is kicking spicy, and I had to tone it down for my spice-wimps. They STILL say it is too spicy how I make it. Watch out for those chipotle chilis in adobo sauce. They are extremely hot. I use low sodium tomatoes and low sodium beans whenever possible.

    Recipe #223491

    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

    This is a type of sandwich that originated in New Orleans. This particular recipe was given on the Every Day Italian show on Food Network. I served it at a New Year's Eve gathering and everyone went nuts over it. Very yummy. I don't even like olives, but for this recipe they are indispensable. You will love them. Feel free to use all green or all kalamata olives, or black olives, as you prefer. This recipe is great because you can make it ahead, wrap it tightly in plastic wrap, and let it chill in the fridge for up to 24 hours before serving. A nice round sour dough loaf unsliced works well for this. You are essentially making a big bread bowl and filling it with sandwich fixings.

    Recipe #235341

    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

    Easy to make and goes well with fish or chicken. Adapted from Cooking Light. I recently served this with Recipe #182766 soft taco style with romaine and avocado.

    Recipe #224408

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