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    A refreshing summer dish that I stole off of the Davita web site. The basil adds a touch of that extra something a fruit salad needs. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #516858

    I love tuna salad..all different ways. This is my own version of this popular salad. Sometimes I eat it on lettuce leaves like a fajita, other times I have it on rye bread with swiss cheese and lettuce. Bagels make a nice sandwich for tuna salad too. Hope you enjoy.

    Recipe #499291

    I just threw this together today and it was really good! You can add other vegetables as well as the onion and bell pepper. Next time I am going to add some sauteed mushrooms. Great with a side salad. Hope you enjoy.

    Recipe #497120

    A refreshing and healthy appetizer! I prefer this to the heavier artichoke and spinach dip..although I do still like that as well. Hope you all enjoy as I do!

    Recipe #487417

    This is a great summer dish all on it's own or, served with a tossed salad and garlic bread. Light, easy and delicious. Lovely colors too. I like a yellow pepper but, any kind will do. Even a little hot pepper chopped is nice in this dish. I use whole wheat pasta but, I have also used semolina. Both are yummy for this recipe. I like to soak the scallion in cold water first as, it is a bit strong for me but, others can leave as is. I also remove some of the seeds of the tomatoes after halving them. To cook the corn in the microwave. Leave in husk and cook on high for 5 minutes for two ears.

    Recipe #476536

    This potato salad has a bit of a kick to it from the dry mustard. Easy, light and delicious. I serve this with Roasted Green beans for an all vegan menu. Cut the potatoes to your liking or, if small enough leave whole. I soak the scallions in cold water as they are a bit strong for me.

    Recipe #476518

    My dad conjured up this dish years ago and I forgot about it till now. I hope you all like it too! I serve this with rice pilaf or, couscous and green beans almondine. Note: One doesn't have to use all the butter or, breadcrumb mix. I like the amount shown but, less will do also.

    Recipe #467604

    I took this recipe out of my slow cooker recipe book. I like artichokes stuffed as well, but these plain artichokes were just simple and delicious. I served this with a tomato, mozzarella, green olive, basil, crouton, green leaf lettuce salad. Sprinkled a tiny bit of olive oil over the salad and enjoyed this with the artichoke. This makes a lovely lunch. One can dip the tender leaves in melted butter if desired. Hope you enjoy it too!

    Recipe #425836

    I took this out of the Fix It and Forget it Cookbook. Although, I did make a few changes. I liked this stew because of the peppers in it. I felt this was a little different than the traditional beef stew. You may want to add a little more salt and pepper while the stew is cooking to suit your own tastes. I served this over buttered parsley noodles. I hope you enjoy this as much as we did.

    Recipe #400894

    I got this recipe from Taste of Home magazine. It is very moist, fluffy and is chock full of pecans. We enjoyed it best straight out of the oven at breakfast time with of course, a steaming cup of coffee. :0) You will find this cake tastes of homemade comfort and yet it only takes a few minutes to prepare. The recipe said the cake freezes well too.

    Recipe #372510

    This recipe was originally from the Atkins site. It is slightly sweet with a little flame to it. I like it spooned over or, served with brown rice. White rice does nicely too. Sauteed tomatoes, onion and zucchini look attractive on the plate as well as the addition of asparagus. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #351995

    I took this recipe from lots of different recipes to finally end up with the one that my husband, Brian liked the best! Ergo the name...Brian's Sweet Potato Casserole. This is great with Ham or Turkey. Will serve 4 generously or 6 if you plan a few different side dishes. I microwave the Large to Medium sweet potato's on high for approximately 8 minutes each. (poke holes in them with a fork and cover with paper towels prior to putting them in the microwave). Then I run the potato's under cold water. Wait till they are a bit cooler and then peel and chop into chunks. Be careful not to burn you fingers!!

    Recipe #345719

    I got this recipe from the Texas Beef Council. This recipe is quite delicious for its simplicity. I have made this brisket between 4-5 pounds also. But, did not change the ingredients. Just the cooking time. We also enjoy making sandwiches from the leftover Brisket. A roll, slaw and pickle on the sandwich is wonderful.

    Recipe #330655


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