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    I must have found three or four versions of this recipe before I decided that it originated in Maida Heatter's fabulous book of cookie recipes. These are very flat and fragile, and they are my mother's all-time favorite cookie. I only make 'em at Christmas time, because they're too dangerous to keep in the house!

    Recipe #225864

    I got this from Bobbie Hinman's "The Meatless Gourmet: Favorite Recipes from Around the World." This was a hit on Thanksgiving a few years back, when my stepdaughter announced (the day before the holiday) that she had decided to be vegan. We all enjoyed this as much as the traditional dishes!

    Recipe #225808

    This is a fairly good approximation of a Thai sauce; all of the ingredients are available at your standard Kroeger/Ralph's/Shaw's kind of supermarket.

    Recipe #225806

    This is a great cold weather dish. It's also nice that it's very low fat, with virtually no saturated fat.

    Recipe #225804

    I think these originally came from Maida Heatter's fabulous cookie book. I usually make them at Christmas, but they're good any time.

    Recipe #225803

    I put several recipes together to come up with this. (Why is it so difficult to find recipes for nonfat frozen yogurt?) It isn't terribly sweet (which is what I wanted), and the texture seems to stay quite good. I used frozen wild blueberries. A 1-cup serving is 3 WW points. Note that the nutritional information on Recipezaar may not be right; the database may use full-fat values for evaporated milk. My figures show that 1 cup is 150 calories, 0 grams of fat, 2 grams of fiber.

    Recipe #225610

    I adapted this from a recipe I got off of the Cuisinart web site; this is a little more tart, with a little less sugar than originally called for.

    Recipe #224839

    I actually bought an ice cream maker to make mango sorbet ... but you don't need one. This is as basic and as easy a mango sorbet recipe as you'll find.

    Recipe #224706

    A small condiment that goes well with pork or beef ... would also make a great topping for pizza, or would be good on sandwiches.

    Recipe #224489

    I adapted this from the May 2007 issue of Cooking Light. It was a lot of work, but worth it. There's a lot of flavor without a lot of cheese and fat.

    Recipe #223997

    I adapted this from a Cooking Light recipe.

    Recipe #216454

    I adapted this from a Cooking Light recipe.

    Recipe #216139

    From Barbara Kafka's "Microwave Gourmet Healthstyle Cookbook" -- a cookbook that should be in every library!

    Recipe #214402

    From Barbara Kafka's "Microwave Gourmet Healthstyle Cookbook" -- a cookbook that should be in every library!

    Recipe #214399

    Best meatloaf EVER! We had this for dinner at a friend's the other night, and couldn't believe how good it was.

    Recipe #213826

    The fennel makes all the difference!

    Recipe #210034

    Taken and adapted from Jeanne Lemlin's "Quick Vegetarian Pleasures" -- a superb cookbook that should be in every kitchen! This salad is so much more yummy than you might think from the list of in gredients ....

    Recipe #210032

    When I was given this recipe, I was sworn to secrecy -- never divulge this recipe! But here it is, anyway. No one will EVER guess the ingredients of these. They're remarkably good.

    Recipe #209217

    Given to me by a society matron who used this as her "presentation salad" at luncheons. I recommend cutting back on the oil a bit.

    Recipe #209216

    Our version of comfort food! If you prefer stronger flavors, add more garlic or try a stronger-tasting cheese.

    Recipe #209215

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