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    A recipe I found in a german cookbook. I saw it, found it interesting, so tried it, halving the recipe for one. I was a bit dubious on the book calling it 'refreshing' and figured it'd just be sweet, but it one of the most refreshing things I've ever had.

    Recipe #337660

    This is a mongolian recipe from mongolfood.com I was curious about the calorie count, as I love dumplings...

    Recipe #484865

    This recipes is from Yoga Chick: A Hip Guide to Everything Om, by Bess Gallanis. I'm posting the recipes here, sine my sister keeps stealing and losing it, and I keep wanting to try it. The first time I made these muffins, I left them out all night by accident, thus they became rock hard. I never tried freezing the muffin batter like the recipe suggests, mainly because I don't want to risk losing the majority of the batter. Preparation time is an estimate, since I haven't made these in forever.

    Recipe #310689

    This is something I kind of made up one day when I was craving a comforting food...it uses spanish rice, but also has linguica sausage in it, and tomatoes, which are popular in portuguese cooking. I prefer the spanish rice mix by Near East, as it has no MSG, whereas the Rice A Roni version does.

    Recipe #390477

    I found this recipe on a site I never go on, so thought I'd post it here with my alterations. In the original recipe, they used 1 cup ricotta cheese, yet I didn't have any, and didn't have a full cup of cottage cheese as a substitute. Olives in this recipe are an estimate, since we had some left over from dinner, so I just chopped those up. I'd say as an estimate, probably slightly less than 1/4 cup. You could use whatever cheese you prefer, I used a 3 cheese blend, which turned out wonderful.

    Recipe #312977


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