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    I really enjoy acorn squash and can't wait until the fall crop is ready each year. Zaar has a ton of recipes with acorn squash stuffed with just about everything, but after an extensive search I couldn't find one similar to this one. I was surfing the 'net and found this recipe at the Care2 website @ http://www.care2.com/greenliving/acorn-squash-with-citrus-and-chile.html Care2 says this about recipe: Something magic happens when you roast an autumn squash—it transforms from a hard, grainy, starchy thing to a mellow, creamy, sweet miracle. Matching autumn squash with flavors like cinnamon and brown sugar is a natural; but we found a recipe that adds tart and spicy to the sweet taste of acorn squash, that is fresh and surprising but still warm and comforting. Why not switch things up a bit with this roasted acorn squash with chili and citrus!

    Recipe #398494

    I'm searching for easy low-fat recipes on the 'net. There are more recipes on 'Zaar that are similar, but this one was different. This one was found at the Care2 website @ http://www.care2.com/greenliving/easy-cheesy-chile-relleno-casserole.html Adapted from Healthy Homestyle Cooking, by Evelyn Tribole (Rodale Press, 1994). Here is a family favorite in a low-fat reincarnation that‘s better for you than the original, but without sacrificing taste. The final product tastes rich and creamy, zesty and cheesy, with only a fraction of the fat: a great way to celebrate the day.

    Recipe #398492

    I love chickpeas and apricots. I was looking for meatless recipes on the net and came across this unique recipe. I found this at the Care2 website @ http://www.care2.com/greenliving/chickpea-patties-apricot-mayo.html These delicious high-protein, low-fat patties are served with a mouthwatering vegan apricot-basil mayonnaise that tastes like summer sunshine. It can also be used as a sauce for whole grains, potatoes, and grilled or steamed vegetables.You can make your meatless meal a stellar taste experience thanks to the Mediterranean way of eating.

    Recipe #398491

    I found this recipe on the 'net while I was looking for healthy recipes to try. You can find this recipe at the Care2 website @ http://www.care2.com/greenliving/half-the-calories-deep-dish-apple-pie.html I haven't tried this yet, but it looks very tasty with half the calories of regular deep-dish apple pie.

    Recipe #398489

    This recipe is low-fat and very different than anything that I have seen on Zaar. I found this recipe while searching for healthy foods because I'm trying to lose weight. This recipe can be found at the Care2 website @ http://www.care2.com/greenliving/low-fat-savory-carrot-tart.html This recipe was originally from Eating Well. I have no idea the amount of servings, just guessing on that one.

    Recipe #398463

    Found this recipe on Care2 website @ http://www.care2.com/greenliving/ten-mothers-garlic-and-spinach-soup.html Adapted from The Roasted Vegetable, by Andrea Chesman (Harvard Common Press, 2002). This delicious broth, redolent with garlic and enriched with the vitamins and minerals of fresh spinach, takes its name from an old folk saying that garlic is as good as ten mothers. This soup is not only tasty and nourishing, it makes a comforting remedy for winter sniffles and sneezes.

    Recipe #398454

    This recipe is gluten-free, vegan, delicious and wholesome. I found this at the Care2 website @ http://www.care2.com/greenliving/healthy-ginger-apricot-cake.html The recipe comes courtesy of The Food Intolerance Bible (Conari Press, 2008). I'm completely guessing on servings.

    Recipe #398444

    I found this on stltoday.com and was adapted from "Cooking up a Storm: Recipes Lost and Found From the Times-Picayune of New Orleans". I haven't tried the recipe yet, but it looks pretty tasty. I'm placing this here so I don't lose it. Enjoy!

    Recipe #390001

    I found this recipe in the Miami Herald. I'm posting this to Zaar because I don't want to lose it. I haven't made it yet, but will do soon. This one sounds to good to pass up! Enjoy!

    Recipe #389951

    I found this in the Miami Herald from Linda Cicero's Cook's Corner. This recipe looked a bit different than anything that I had found on Zaar. I haven't made it yet, but I'm posting it here so I don't lose it.

    Recipe #389879

    I found this recipe in the Miami Herald. This sounds delicious! I haven't tried it yet, but wanted to post it for safe keeping. Enjoy!

    Recipe #389822

    This is the actual Arby's Chicken Salad Sandwich recipe from the restaurant. This is a scaled down version, so I'm guessing on serving sizes. You may need to have more bread and lettuce on hand.

    Recipe #388944

    I got this recipe out of the Aug/Sept 09 Taste of Home Magazine. I made it with dinner last night and it was a hit. Easy to make and delicious. You can also make these ahead of time and reheat as needed. This one is extremely picky kid-approved. Enjoy! (The original recipe called for 1/4 cup canola oil, but I upped it to 1/3 cup because it just wasn't enough to coat all of the knots.)

    Recipe #388630

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