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    Modified from a recipe in All You magazine. Serve with cornbread, warm tortillas or over brown rice.

    Recipe #509863

    Delicious and healthy. Sauteeing the vegetables first really helps enhance the flavor. Don't skip this step!

    Recipe #509386

    I found this recipe in Yoga Journal magazine. I'm posting it here for safe keeping and plan to make it for Thanksgiving dinner.

    Recipe #509334

    This recipe is from Womans Day magazine, Nov. 2012. I made them for Thanksgiving and they were a hit, even with my family members who thought they didn't like Brussels sprouts.

    Recipe #490774

    This recipe is from Womans Day magazine, Nov. 2012. I plan to make it for Thanksgiving dinner and am posting here for safekeeping. To make ahead, refrigerate the roasted Brussels sprouts and onion for up to 1 day. To serve, bring to room temp., then warm at 375 for about 10 min. Prepare the brown butter sauce and spoon over the vegetables as directed.

    Recipe #490126

    This is my slightly modified version of a recipe in All You magazine. It's important to use a good quality dry red wine in the recipe. Then enjoy a glass of it with the meal!

    Recipe #431422

    This recipe is from the 2004 cookbook, "Fix-It and Forget-It Lightly". The ideal slow-cooker size for this recipe is 4 or 5 quarts. >>*Please note when using older recipes that crockpots used to cook at much lower temperatures than newer ones. If you bought a crockpot within the last ten years, it will cook hotter and need less cooking time.

    Recipe #431245

    This recipe comes from Kraft foods. It's an easy weeknight standby. I serve it over brown rice.

    Recipe #397863

    This is a modified version of a Martha Stewart recipe. It is a light and tasty dish. I don't recommend adding salt to the pasta water since you will be using some of it in the sauce. The tuna and anchovies make it salty enough. Fresh Italian parsley is a must in this recipe!

    Recipe #377690

    There are many different Cowboy Caviar recipes, but this one is my favorite. I got this recipe from a friend a few years ago. I usually serve it with tortilla chips, but you can also serve it as a side dish or as a salsa with chicken or fish. I decided to post the recipe on 'Zaar so I will never lose it! Note: the cooking time is chill time.

    Recipe #370087

    This is my late mother-in-law's recipe. My husband now makes it for our family and friends. He even entered it in a local pie contest and won a blue ribbon! We love the tart, lemon flavor! If you can, make it the day before serving since the taste actually improves after a day. Note: This recipe uses eggs which have not been fully cooked. Please be sure of your egg source and keep the pie refrigerated.

    Recipe #365718

    This recipe is from Martha Stewart's Everyday Food.

    Recipe #365119

    I usually use Doritos or tortilla chips, but Fritos corn chips are also good in this salad. You can use any variety of lettuce that you like.

    Recipe #361728

    This is a delicious way to cook zucchini and yellow squash without heating up your kitchen! I like to use the combination of both types of squash, but you can use either one by itself if that's what you have on hand. Note: My crockpot runs hot and cooks this recipe in 4 hours on low. Your mileage may vary. :-)

    Recipe #359953

    I have been making this recipe every Thanksgiving for years. My family loves the flavors and texture of the mashed sweet potatoes and apples.

    Recipe #359944

    This a recipe that my family enjoys. To save time, I'll sometimes use seasoned chicken breast strips. You can also add sliced black olives, if desired.

    Recipe #346072

    This recipe was in our local newspaper several years ago. This is a nice appetizer to serve during the holidays. I like to make it for New Year's Eve.

    Recipe #345737

    I use either Grand Marnier or Cointreu in this recipe. The additions of liqueur and orange zest make this cranberry sauce a holiday favorite at our house.

    Recipe #340112

    I've been making this salad for years. It's one of my favorites.

    Recipe #331474

    This soup combines many of my favorite comfort foods. Perfect to come home to on a chilly day.

    Recipe #331394

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