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    We are all inspired what we see and read, true! I made this Fanouropita Cake (also spelled Phanouropita) with a bit of a twist too! SOURCE: What's On The List http://www.whatsonthelist NOTE: I have slightly altered the recipe to include sugar and icing sugar. Based on my food lifestyle, I use Xylitol and Sugarless Icing Mix

    Recipe #504951

    Always inspired by what we read and see! I created this dish for the global event Food Revolution Day lead by Jamie! (Oliver) ORIGINAL SOURCE:

    Recipe #500456

    Always inspired from what I read and see! I felt like a bit of Ole with this recipe! I hope I can inspire people to do! Look forward to my first review! ORIGINAL SOURCE What's On The List Any questions, feel free to PM me NOTE Mexican chocolate MAKES this recipe!

    Recipe #500125

    Always inspired by what I read and see! Felt like a bit of ole with this chocolate recipe! I hope I can inspire you to do! I also look forward to my first review! ORIGINAL SOURCE What's On The List

    Recipe #500124

    Always "inspired" by what I read, TRUE! I LOVE an authentic Massaman Curry....YOU? Healthy, FUN, did I mention your kitchen will smell AWESOME too! I look forward to my first review! I used AYAM Organic Coconut Milk & AYAM Thai Massaman Curry Paste ORIGINAL SOURCE: What's On The List?

    Recipe #499890

    Always inspired by what I see and read, TRUE! I SO hope I can in turn "inspire" My friend to make this and review! The Crock-Pot bread is GREAT! So simple, easy to do! I LOVE is SO versatile and HOPE you enjoy it too! WHOO HOO! ORIGINAL SOURCE What's On The List? If you have any questions, feel free to PM me! :)

    Recipe #499103

    After attending a Raw Foods Workshop, I wanted to see what I could create and whether eating raw foods could be simple, easy and great! This is what I discovered! :) I was NEVER a fan of cauliflower, TRUE! This recipe will convert people...substitute for rice; A LOT healthier for you! NOTE: Used Himalayan pink salt, Xylitol (sugarless sugar) and red chilli If you have any questions, PM me! :) ORIGINAL SOURCE:

    Recipe #498680

    Always inspired by what I read, TRUE! This recipe will take you back to childhood memories if you came from NY too! Mini bite size, but same flavor, Look forward to a review and hope you savor ORIGINAL SOURCE: If you have any questions, please PM me :) NOTE: You will need more butter for the bowl Can add an additional 1/4 cup dried fruit. I used Sunsweet plum Amazins (diced prunes) finely chopped too! :)

    Recipe #498461

    Made these cookies as a challenge, TRUE! To "HIDE a vegetable in them too! NOTE I substitute Xylitol (a sugarless sugar; not a sugar alternative) Feel free to use sugar, but with Xylitol, makes the cookies healthy as can be! If you have any questions, please PM me... ORIGINAL SOURCE:

    Recipe #498301

    Always inspired by what I see and read! Hope this SIMPLE recipe your heart, soul and mind it does feed! :) NOTE: I used Barilla Pasta Wholewheat Spaghetti 3 times as much fiber as regular pasta and tastes GREAT too! I broke the ingredients up re Marinara Sauce then method, Bechamel Sauce then method, then ingredients for filling and method. Is NOT that difficult and if you have any questions, PM me :) WHOO HOO! So NOT rinse the pasta! :) ORIGINAL SOURCE:

    Recipe #498300

    I am always inspired on the internet by what I see, hear and read, TRUE! This makes for a VERY healthy tasty appetizer that is GREAT for entertaining too! NOTE: Amounts listed are approximate; adjust the recipe to suit how many or how few you would like to make too! I used and recommend Barilla Wholegrain pasta; has 3 times more fiber of regular pasta, healthy and tastes GREAT! I use tamari to reduce the salt content; a lot healthier too

    Recipe #497673

    This is a Dilmah tea recipe that I found attached to Woman's Day; is Woman's Day everyday food mini cookbook. When you think of this recipe, I would “suggest” you think more of it like an Italian biscotti biscuit to dunk in tea rather than a light, airy cupcake. If you would like to read the story why I made these: NOTE: —I filled the mini muffin trays 3/4 fill. —No need to press almonds down into mixture. Database would not accept the specific tea which is Dilmah Italian Almond Real Leaf, ingredient is listed as teabags.

    Recipe #493170

    Every need that last minute great entertaining dish? Well, hopefully, this simple and easy dish is your wish! Always inspired by what I read and see! Look forward who first review my unique recipe! SOURCE: What's On The List?

    Recipe #492974

    Always inspired by what I see and read, TRUE! Never made risotto before, but now I can say I did too! Granted is not the "traditional" way of making risotto, but this worked for me! Hope you enjoy my recipe! SOURCE: What's On The List?

    Recipe #492973

    Always inspired by what I read and see! I REALLY enjoyed this (in my opinion) restaurant quality recipe! Original recipe came from here: *** always give credit where it is due This recipe can and will make (substituting prawns as well) all year!

    Recipe #485932

    Have tried MANY Tandoori recipes, TRUE! This one found on the internet recent too! I think it is AWESOME and easy and can be! Would HIGHLY RECOMMEND to to all and to someone who has never made previously an Indian recipe! Always give credit where credit is due too! This recipe is my "THE ONE" for Tandoori now too! HINT: TIP: Definitely use the red coloring, TRUE! But be careful as it stains easily but doesn't not affect the tasting per se (other than the visual) too! NOTE: I think it it more than 6 serves I marinated it overnight; not included in prep or cook time Used chicken thighs as thought would be better normally a chicken breast person, but with this recipe, recommend the thighs If you cut serving pieces evenly and pound them, will make consistency in cooking easier too

    Recipe #484714

    Always inspired by what I see on the internet! This IS the recipe to make if Chinese cuisine is on what your ar heart set! SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO simple, easy to do! Best bonus? Can make this in 20 minutes TOTAL! WHOO HOO! NOTE: Used tamari to lessen the salt, bu added a dash at the end for colour for the photos :) NOTE: You will need to do all the prep before cooking

    Recipe #462883

    ALWAYS inspired by what I read, TRUE! And if don't have an ingredient on hand, find substitute too! Give credit where it is due, SO SIMPLY this recipe is, healthy and love making my own sauce with the recipe! WHOO HOO! NOTE:NOTE: Served with Sliced tomatoes, cucumbers, red onions, red capsicum & torn lettuce leaves and topped with crumbled feta cheese NOTE: Prep time does not include marinating time

    Recipe #462727

    Always inspired by the Internet, TRUE! This HEALTHY recipe JUMPED out at me too! LOVE the soaking technique! Worked GREAT for me today! Used green and red capsicum as the holidays will soon be on thier way! NOTE I subbed xylitol for the sugar; for anyone with a sugar related condition; MUCH better option

    Recipe #460466

    Again inspired by what I read, TRUE! Asian dishes do NOT have to be high in sugar too! So simple, easy to make, Definately healthy for you and your family sake NOTE: Substituted tamari to lessen the salt content Freshly grated ginger and garlic does make a difference but can use jarred as well HINT: I put the cabbage into the food processor in pieces and pulsed slowly until desired consistency; can slice into 1/2 inch strips HINT: Next time I would finely dice the chicken into fine strips MARINATE is first 6 ingredients NOTE: If fresh shitake mushrooms are not available, can use rehydrated ones; pour warm water over for 30 minutes with towel over the bowl; drain before use NOTE: Portion size is personal preference NOTE: Can use chicken breast as well

    Recipe #457163

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