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    E-mailed to me from diabeticgormet.com

    Recipe #301372

    From the Williamsburg Farmer's Market website

    Recipe #301369

    From Diabetic Gormet

    Recipe #297780

    From a Betty Crocker Cookbook. It's like dessert for breakfast!

    Recipe #296989

    From Diabetic Gourmet.com I love swiss cheese and spinach. It sounds like a good combination. Haven't tried yet.

    Recipe #289324

    A different way to cook spaghetti. The homemade BBQ sauce is delicious, but I suppose in a pinch you could use any pre-made sauce. From Down Home with the Neelys on Food Network (what would we do without that channel)!

    Recipe #288864

    A yummy sounding dessert, which I have not tried yet. Will wait for warmer weather. I got it from a military commissary calendar

    Recipe #282778

    I have taken this pie to many parties and functions. Unless asked, I don't let anyone know it's sugar free and they love it anyway. I got this from a cookbook of diabetic recipes which I lent to a co-worker and she never gave it back before she moved. I found the recipe again on the Equal website. (Whoops, forgot to put the word BAKED after the pie crust. It would be a little gross if the crust was raw. lol)!

    Recipe #282193

    A good old-fashioned English dessert that showcases summer berries. From July 2007 Gourmet Magazine. Cook time includes chilling

    Recipe #277141

    A good winter recipe. From my local newspaper, "The Daily Press" (Hampton Roads, Virginia)

    Recipe #272952

    From America's Test Kitchen e-mail. Their description said: This ruby-crowned cake is a visual stunner, with a delicate balance of sweet-tart cranberry topping and tender butter cake. But as with all upside-down cakes, the inverted preparation of this cake (the berries are baked on the bottom of the cake, then turned over to allow the berries to appear on top) can easily spell disaster. They needed a cake that was sturdy enough to support the fruit, and a topping that wouldn’t soak the cake or harden and stick the bottom of the pan. (Cook allows time for chilling topping and cooling cake)

    Recipe #272885

    From Betty Crocker email. Serve this yummy apple upside-down cake warm from the oven.

    Recipe #255541

    From Cook's Illustrated. If using a tart apple, add up to 1 tablespoon brown sugar. The dressing is nice on spicy greens like arugula and watercress, with garnishes such as shaved Parmesan, toasted nuts, and thin slices of apple or fennel. Use about 2 tablespoons of this dressing per quart of greens, serving two

    Recipe #251813

    From a Paula Deen E-Mail; it's on my list to try.

    Recipe #251439

    Kansas City barbecue sauce is very sticky, sweet, and smoky—far more so than most tomato-based sauces. An extra-thick sauce. If you like a thinner, smoother texture, the sauce can be strained after it has finished cooking. From America's Test Kitchens

    Recipe #250202

    I have not tried this yet. It sounds like an interesting recipe to take to a potluck. It's from Diabetic Gormet Magazine's daily e-mail and they got it from "1,001 Delicious Recipes" for People with Diabetes. Please note, it is recommended that this chill overnight, which is included in cook time.

    Recipe #248883

    From Food Network Kitchens

    Recipe #248566

    Bay Scallops draped across a mound of black beans, corn, mangoes and red onion. From the Daily Press Newpspaper in Newport News, VA

    Recipe #248083

    Sauerkraut and Ribs are a favorite of mine. This is from Recipe Goldmine

    Recipe #243092

    For coffee and chocolate lovers. Has a coffee flavored topping and chocolate icing that makes them extra yummy. From Better Homes and Gardens

    Recipe #243082

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