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    I wasn't sure about apple and onion in scrambled eggs, but it's very tasty and this has become one of my favorite single-serving breakfast recipes. When I first made the recipe, I used cheese for Laughing Cow Light Swiss by mistake, but it's a good alternative -- and fewer calories than Mini Babybel Light Cheese (50 vs. 35). In addition to the spices, I also use a sprinkling of recipe #396007 (Green Herb Seasoned Salt). Nutritional Information: 188 Calories with Babybel and 173 with Light Swiss.

    Recipe #487933

    Definitely NOT a diet recipe! From what I've been able to find out, the restaurant uses a modified Joy of Cooking recipe. gruyere cheese, heavy cream, no milk, and pipette pasta (little pipe). http://www.barillaus.com/Products/25/pipette.aspx

    Recipe #487930

    From Simply Recipes. The fresh lime juice and orange segments lend a nice zesty citrus flavor to this salad.

    Recipe #487927

    I found this recipe on a food blog, which indicated it was a variation of a recipe from Everyday Food. There is also a similar recipe on Martha Stewart's web site. This recipe is a combination of those two recipes. I particularly like the roasted sweet potatoes (versus boiled). Roasting them with the spices was oh so good. Roasting (charred/browned sides) gives the sweet potatoes a nice rustic look in the salad. I usually have this for lunch, served over fresh baby spinach that has a light coating of balsamic vinaigrette.

    Recipe #487925

    The first time I made this recipe, it was okay. I wasn't thrilled about it because I found that I like my oatmeal warm, not chilled. The second time around, I skipped the chilling step, ate it warm, and was much happier with the results.

    Recipe #487922

    I was looking for a lighter sloppy joe recipe and based this recipe on one from Hungry Girl that I modified. It's a very good, light sloppy joe sandwich. The broccoli slaw adds a nice crunch. This is not a really wet sloppy joe. I thought it would be a tough sell to get DH to try this recipe, but he loved it.

    Recipe #487916

    Super easy summer dessert. Very smooth and velvety and would also be good with strawberries.

    Recipe #487911

    Recipe #487896

    I believe this recipe originated with The Vegetarian Bistro: 250 authentic French regional recipes by Marlena Spieler. I found it on a vegetarian web site, so I don't know how much it resembles the original recipe. Beet Salad aka Grated Beets with Sweet-Sour Mustard Dressing or Betteraves rapées dijonnaises.

    Recipe #487893

    In a wild and crazy moment, I decided my life wasn't complete if I didn't attempt making danish pastry from scratch. The results were great, but I have a new appreciation for the time and effort that goes into producing a breakfast pastry! This recipe originated in a cookbook by Nick Malgieri. I received the recipe via chef chocolat, who made some modifications; and then I made my own changes. Never having seen the original recipe, I'm not sure how much it has changed. You can make a plain cheese version, but it's a tad boring in my opinion. If you're going to invest the time to make this recipe, add a spoonful of marmalade or other jam/preserves or a sprinkling of chocolate chips to the filling.

    Recipe #487888

    Costco has a chipotle black bean burger that I love, so I found a basic recipe and tweaked it to meet our tastes. I really enjoy these burgers. They have just enough kick to keep them interesting.

    Recipe #487883

    From Betty Crocker's web site. A great way to make sweet potatoes on the grill.

    Recipe #487878

    It seems that everywhere I look lately, there are great quinoa recipes. This is one of them! The colors are vibrant, it's easy to make, and it tastes great! I've modified it slightly from the version in Prevention Magazine: (1) non-stick spray; (2) pre-grilled chicken; (3) an extra clove of garlic; (4) an extra jalapeno pepper; and (5) optional chicken broth and lime juice.

    Recipe #474446

    I had a 5-pound package of kielbasa that I wanted to use for an appetizer and went in search of something simple that I could prepare early in the day. Boy did I find a winner! The recipe is from FBNR.com (Favorite Brand Name Recipe web site). I highly recommend doubling or tripling the recipe, otherwise you'll be sorry when it disappears quickly and your guests are looking for more. If you have extra sauce, save it and use it to dip chicken nuggets or wings. I changed the directions to make this a more hostess-friendly recipe that can be prepared ahead of time and served hot in a small crock pot. Using a crock pot also makes it easier to prepare this at home and bring it to a party. You can play with the amount of honey. I think it could easily be decreased a bit to lower the calories and the hot sauce could be increased.

    Recipe #448300

    This recipe is a work in process, but this is my current method for preparing ribs. This recipe started with a basic recipe from my friend Linda, who got it from another friend, baking the ribs in a broiler pan over water. That causes the ribs to literally fall apart when you try to grill them, so I've been refining the recipe, adding my own touches.

    Recipe #429306

    My neighbor's mother made this recipe for a birthday party. I loved it and asked for the recipe.

    Recipe #429305

    I love these cookies. The little bit of fudge on top is perfect.

    Recipe #429304

    Haven't made this yet, saving it here so I don't lose it.

    Recipe #411378

    Something I want to try next Christmas. These are little decorative (and edible) trees that can be stuck into cupcakes, cakes, or whatever you like. If you don't want to use toothpicks, the trees can be laid flat rather than standing up. I guessed at the number of servings.

    Recipe #411377

    I've made this recipe for many years. Rather than baking in the oven, a microwave is used -- speeding up the process.

    Recipe #411373

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