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    I have two versions of what we call our House Dressing that I use for salads. I have been using the first version (the original) for over 40 years, and the second version for about 5. Everyone that has eaten my salads, loves either version, and more people than I can remember asked for the recipe. It is so simple and basic, yet it tastes great. Most of my guests always ask me to use my house dressing as opposed to bottled salad dressings. I never measure, so I will have to estimate, but I would suggest you go with the smaller amounts first, then taste and adjust, if necessary. Of course, the amount will have to be adjusted according to the size of the salad.

    Recipe #274698

    This is a very old WW recipe that I have tweaked a bit. When you have a craving for French toast and want to keep the calories down, this is a good option.

    Recipe #265547

    These were served at a party many years ago, and I have made them from time to time over the years, and they always disappear quickly. If you enjoy seafood, you will love these. Preparation time does not include freezing time.

    Recipe #275028

    I grew up eating hummus and just love the stuff. I was pleasantly surprised recently when a friend informed me that it is included on WW, of course in limited amount! It can become addictive, but it may not be for everyone, tho it can grow on you....Of course, as most people know, it is a Middle Eastern staple, but is eaten by many people of many ethnicities. It is sometimes used as a spread in place of butter. Most use it as a dip served with pita wedges or crudites (veggies). It only takes 15 minutes to whip up, and 2 hours of chilling.

    Recipe #264106

    Dal

    I found this recipe in an old Indian Cookbook that was loaned to me by a co-worker many years ago. I have changed the amounts and some of the ingredients to suit our taste, so it is not quite like the original recipe, but our family likes it this way. I serve it sometimes as a side to a traditional meal, but if I feel ambitious, I make it for an all Indian meal that most of our family enjoys. My vegetarian son and DIL eat it as a main meal. You can use any dal, but I prefer the orange color for this dish. This makes a large amount and can be easily halved.

    Recipe #264524

    I first tasted these tasty little meatballs at my friend Shirley's house party over 30 years ago. I asked for the recipe and have been making them ever since, sometimes serving them as an appetizer and other times as a meal.

    Recipe #264125

    This recipe was given to me by a former patient's wife, Mrs. Feiger, many years ago. I was tired of making the same things for dinner and asked for a new idea. It is so simple but so delicious! Many people have asked for the recipe and were surprised at how simple it was. Please follow the directions exactly, because if you don't, the results will not be the same as mine! You can use any chicken parts that you like, but we love to use wings and serve them as an appetizer. Reheated, they taste great the next day, if not better (should you have any left!). Time does not include overnight marinading. Note: For less calories you can remove the skin from chicken parts and use low fat dressing. Also keep in mind that you are discarding a large part of the marinade, so those calories and fats are not consumed.

    Recipe #263535

    I got this recipe from my sister Sheila, who found it in a local newspaper over 45 years ago. It has been our traditional Passover meal even before our children were born, and everyone expects it now when they come to the Seder. It is delicious and simple. We double and even quadruple it, depending on how many people are expected.

    Recipe #265185


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