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    I'm really proud of this one. My hubby loves them with cheese and my Smoky & Spicy BBQ sauce in sandwiches. I just can't believe I came up with this recipe. The day I came up with it I didn't have egg, so I would say the egg is optional. The way you can have your crumbs stick a little better to the patties is by using a little bit of mustard. The end product won't look golden brown (especially without any oil and with the panko) but they will taste delicious and they will be healthy.

    Recipe #515825

    This slaw is a great alternative to creamy cole slaw if you're not a fan or if, like my hubby, you don't like mayo. You may add more sugar to taste as I know the American palate tends to be a bit more given to sweet than mine. I've seen people double the sugar, more than that may overpower the other flavors. I hope you enjoy. It's great with pulled pork.

    Recipe #515741

    I never knew how to make this until I made it recently with my mother and I was surprised how easy it was. The brown rice and potatoes are my addition in an attempt at making this a whole meal instead of a "before dinner" soup. Try using brown rice because regular rice will get mushy in your pot if you have left overs (also adjust for cooking time if you're using regular rice). Also play a little with the water depending how soupy you like it. I use very little because my husband leaves all the broth behind so to me it's such a waste. Also, some people may be put off by the shrimp in shells but all the flavor is in the shells, don't remove them. Make your dinner guest work for their meal, ha-ha-ha-ha! Enjoy.

    Recipe #482070

    DH & I are on a strict juice diet but I was seeing too much pulp and thus money going down the drain so I decided to blend my fruits and veggies (the soft ones at least) and came up with this delicious smoothie. Keep in mind that this was for a detox so we did not add sugar, honey, or anything else that was not a fruit or water. In other words, it could turn out to be a bit bland for some.

    Recipe #481771

    1 Reviews |  By Gabby B

    I came up with this recipe when I was trying to experiment with season veggies, what was on sale, and eating healthy. I never expected people to love this salad so much. I keep getting questions about the recipe so I decided to post it. Many believe there's some sort of dressing for this salad but the flavor comes from the fresh sweet corn and the creaminess of the avocado. If you don't have these two handy it might not taste as good to you as it did to the people I've made it for.

    Recipe #481769

    1 Reviews |  By Gabby B

    This recipe has been called both tuna salad but it really has little that resembles the typical tuna salad. My friends have also called it tuna ceviche and it would be a little more accurate at describing what this is. Is really healthy and it goes well with crackers or on tostadas. I make very little because I'm the only one who eats it so feel free to double or triple the recipe for bigger parties.

    Recipe #481171

    I tried different combinations to make beans delicious without having to add lard or other fatty flavor enhancements. I ended up with beef but I try to put as little as possible. Try 1/2 lb to 1 lb of beef shank. Don't ask for it to be cut instead put the whole thing in the pot. I use pinto or black beans. They both are delicious. Feel free to adjust the water to your preference in consistency. My mother likes them really soupy, but my husband prefers them a bit on the dry side. When you re-fry these beans they are a great consistency for bean and cheese burritos.

    Recipe #479459


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