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    Originally from the July 2002 Southern Living, this sounds delicious. Save two of the corn cobs to simmer with the broth to enhance the flavor.

    Recipe #307747

    From my local paper this recipe takes a popular salad (such as the one served at Wendy's) and reduces the calories by 29 percent and the fat by 41 percent.

    Recipe #307502

    From my local paper they say, "The resinous floral flavor of lavender is lightened by sweet apples in these muffins. Fresh or dry lavender flowers can be used interchangeably since their flavor and volume are nearly the same. Look for dried lavender in the bulk herb section of your grocer or natural foods store." Sounds too good to pass up...

    Recipe #307500

    I love to experiment with the bread machine and it's always fun to spike things up a bit! This recipe also has sour cream and espresso to really boost flavor.

    Recipe #307053

    Recipe #306258

    This is a great way to use this healthy squash. Chef's note 9/13: I just changed it up and it worked perfectly. I used the squash as directed and added more carrots (I didn't have bell peppers). I used the broth and soy sauce as well as a heaping tablespoon of spicy black bean sauce. It was so tasty, I put it under a chicken and broccoli stir fry and I didn't need any rice.

    Recipe #306038

    This is the time of year to make corn salad and this is a tasty and easy to make version. If you have the time, fresh corn is fantastic and I have also made this with a bottled Caesar dressing.

    Recipe #304459

    My DD made this for me for Mother's Day dinner and it is awesome. She adapted it from Cooking Light magazine and we all give it thumbs up! It is full of interesting flavors and according to the magazine, "shrimp boosts levels of lean, low-saturated-fat protein and omega-3s, while sesame seeds offer the minerals iron, magnesium, and zinc." It is great, give it a try! Note that the original recipe has the shrimp skewered and then pan sauteed in the marinade. To save time, if you like simply saute the shrimp without the skewers, still with the tasty marinade.

    Recipe #303349

    My DD adapted this recipe from Cooking Light for Mother's Day and it is delicious!

    Recipe #303307

    This is an adaptation of a Weight Watchers Recipe that is great served with a scoop of fluffy white rice.

    Recipe #302839

    This is an adaptation of a Weight Watchers recipe that we have enjoyed many times. You can vary the toppings to suit your family's tastes. We have tried black olives, mushrooms, sausage, and different kinds of cheeses. Note on 5/19/2012 Since I always spice it up and the reviews agreed, I changed the recipe to reflect this. As always Pizzas are very easily customized and you can make it the way you like it.

    Recipe #302810

    With summer coming soon, I'm posting salad dressing recipes with lower calories that are still high in flavor. This was originally in my local newspaper, The San Jose Mercury News.

    Recipe #302685

    In the spirit of getting ready for summer I'm posting this lightened up Greek Salad Dressing. Originally from my local newspaper, the San Jose Mercury News.

    Recipe #302650

    A lighter version of this favorite salad dressing. Originally from my local news paper, The San Jose Mercury News.

    Recipe #302637

    Tasty sangria that can be adjusted to your taste, make it sweeter by using ginger ale in place of club soda. Triple Sec can also be used in place of the more expensive Grand Mariner.

    Recipe #302321

    Serve this nutty pesto over pasta for a delicious twist on the basil version.

    Recipe #301792

    This makes a nice luncheon dish or for any light meal. I have also cut it into smaller squares and served it an an hous d'oeuvre.

    Recipe #301753

    We love this and the sauce is to die for...serve with rice or noodles.

    Recipe #301375

    This comes together quickly and is a wonderful dinner paired with a good rice dish and a green salad. Note that the recipe calls for the chicken breasts to be steamed before baking. I just put them in a large steamer basket and cooked them for about 15 minutes while I was getting the rest of the recipe ready to bake. Just make it again last night and it is still excellent! 10/2011

    Recipe #301278

    This is a fantastic roast, definitely company-worthy and makes a very pretty presentation. This is a complete meal with the addition of wheat rolls and a salad.

    Recipe #301169

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