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    From the Food Network but I don't remember which show. It is made in the microwave. Serving size is 4-6, I prefer 6.

    Recipe #507656

    Recipe #489813

    From the New Sonoma Diet. You can use halibut or tuna steaks cut 1" thick. Can be either grilled or broiled.

    Recipe #486364

    Recipe #486361

    I got this from the packet of Sage I bought from the Fresh Market. I added extra cream towards the end to thin out the sauce. The original recipe calls for the whole package of sage, which I estimate at 1/4 cup. You can skewer the chicken and serve as an appetizer for 6 or use as an entree for 2.

    Recipe #449087

    From "Cooking for Two" Prep time does not include cooking time for chicken.

    Recipe #436876

    May substitute blackberries in place of blueberries.

    Recipe #430361

    May 2008. You can make this up to 1 day in advance but spread the remaining whipped topping mixture over the pudding right before serving. I included the chilling time with the cooking time.

    Recipe #419189

    From Real Simple 11/09. They suggest using Granny Smith, Braeburn, or Empire apples.

    Recipe #407351

    CL 11/09. recipe can be easily doubled. I chopped regular sized sage leaves.

    Recipe #397719

    Cooking Light 3/09. They recommend using Boursin light cheese, I use Laughing Cow. The nutritional values from Cooking Light are Calories-288, Fat-2.7, Protein-37.5, Carb-3.9, fiber-.9, Chol-111, sodium-496, Calcium-109

    Recipe #390473

    Sometimes I add additional vegetables and I will use precooked chicken strips and add them with the juice.

    Recipe #384984

    This is a recipe in the Sodium Savy article in the 10/08 issue. I used the amount of milk called for on my oats canister which was more than called for here. I forgot to add the honey and still liked it! This is CL's calculation which is different than Recipezaar: Cal: 380, fat: 8g, protein: 13g, carb: 66

    Recipe #347832

    A Shaker recipe in Cooking Light's 10/08 issue. The origianl recipe calls for Baldwin apples which are hard to find, C.L.'s recipe uses Pink Lady apples. I can't find those so I used Winesap apples with great results.

    Recipe #347085

    Cooking Light 12/08 The recipe didn't specify what type of mustard. I used dijon which tasted fine.

    Recipe #346404

    The original recipe was a bit bland so I add italian seasoning to the pizza sauce. Keep the pizza dough cold until you use it or it is difficult to work with.

    Recipe #346122

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