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    The title is pretty self explanatory. It's healthy, good for lunch.

    Recipe #288176

    Healthy lunch item

    Recipe #288069

    I was going through a recipe collection some guy put together called vanilla vogue or something, and I was hoping for some creative uses for vanilla, and all it was was desert recipes. Feeling rather let-down, I just came up with this as my idea of what vanilla vogue should be. This a savory sauce, meant to be used as accompaniment to a nice steak, or a delicate scallop dish. If you serve it with a steak, beef up the spiciness, maybe with a small handful of black peppercorns or a small Thai chili.

    Recipe #288034

    Recipe #287894

    I found this recipe on a website called BellaOnline. It's pretty straight-forward. I liked it 'cause it doesn't call for ketchup. If you want to make it even more interesting, chop up two Thai Chilies and add them when you're marinading the chicken. *To make garlic paste , roughly chop up however much garlic you want and pour some course salt on it, not too much though. Using the blunt side of a chef's knife, press down and drag the edge over the garlic/salt mixture. Continue until the garlic is a smooth paste consistency.

    Recipe #287734

    Good for parties, this is a spicy nut mix that will definitely be a hit.

    Recipe #271208

    An interesting twist on your classic chocolate chip cookie. The coconut adds to the texture and aroma.

    Recipe #270222


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