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    This recipe is by Sara Foster, My Recipes. She recommends caramelized walnuts as well. YUM! This could be a great breakfast, snack or desert.

    Recipe #425703

    We love this chicken. The marinade whips up in a minute in the food processor or blender. Preparation time does not include time to marinate.

    Recipe #484420

    For ZWT 6 - Greece. This is a very old recipe from Sunset.

    Recipe #425688

    Recipe #504819

    Very light pancakes. The BIG difference between our style of measuring and the British method is that they use a scale to measure ingredients. Since this is a British recipe, please use a scale to measure the flour and sugar or it will not turn out right. Milk can be measured in a measuring cup. From telegraph.co.uk site.

    Recipe #429494

    For the beet lovers, like me. Preparation time does not include time needed to cook the beets. You can use two 14 oz cans of sliced beets if you prefer. From grouprecipes.com

    Recipe #427604

    For ZWT 6. This recipe comes from the World Hearth Circle of International Cooking. I can't wait to try this. It sounds delicious.

    Recipe #426251

    A creamy, delicious dish that you can throw together quickly. I have served this to several people who had never tried cauliflower and they loved it!

    Recipe #291949

    Easy and good. Kids love these.

    Recipe #504846

    Tasty, simple French cooking from the master. This is from his More Fast Food My Way. If you aren't familiar with his books, look for them. I love Fast Food My Way and Sweet Simplicity.

    Recipe #483664

    For ZWT 6. This is an easy and very tasty dish that is great for a brunch. This recipe is adapted from a recipe on Salmonrecipes.net.

    Recipe #426249

    I haven't tried this yet, but it sure sounds good. I will try it soon.

    Recipe #484957

    Delicious with a cup of tea or coffee. From grouprecipes.com

    Recipe #427586

    A quick and easy way to prepare green beans with an Indian flavor.

    Recipe #485233

    Easy and delicious carrot side dish with an Indian flavor.

    Recipe #485234

    This is a flavorful beef stew that's easy to make. I have made it in a crock pot, on the stove and in the oven, depending on my time and the weather. I don't like a lot of meat in my stew, and I think this is enough, though my husband likes it with 3 lbs meat. I like to serve it as is in a bowl, or you can serve it on a plate with brown rice.

    Recipe #407419

    Another great cake to have with a cup of coffee or tea. Lingonberries are easy to find in Los Angeles, they sell them at IKEA and at most supermarkets. If you can't find them, you can use raspberry preserves. From grouprecipes.com

    Recipe #427588

    ZWT 6. I adapted this recipe from a hot dish in The Little Noodle Cookbook by Patrica Stapley. I like it better cold. The original recipe called for water-packed chunk tuna, but I like to use tuna in olive oil. If you use olive oil packed tuna, you don't drain the can and you can omit 1 tbsp of olive oil from the recipe.

    Recipe #425249

    This is super fast when using a store-bought rotisserie chicken. I buy one from our local market that uses only sea salt and pepper on it. I try to find a very light one, so that it won't be dry. The amount of mayonnaise needed varies, according to the size of the chicken. I like to serve it on a soft whole wheat bread or on soft egg bread, with the crusts removed and the sandwich cut into triangles. The herbs must be fresh, not dried. If you don't like cilantro, use fresh dill.

    Recipe #305762

    This is an easy and delicious casserole that can be served with just about anything. It's great for potlucks. I sometimes throw in a 4 oz can or diced green chilies or add 1/2 cup of pepper jack cheese for a little zip. Or you can add one-half of a 10 oz pkg of frozen chopped spinach, very well drained. If you use spinach, add 1/4 tsp nutmeg to cheese mixture. Added later: I tried Linda's suggestion and put the cottage cheese, sour cream, onion and garlic through the food processor first and I think it is a definite improvement on my recipe. I used tri-colored farfalle (bow ties) and added 1 c sauteed mushrooms. Best yet!

    Recipe #296312

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