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    I adapted this recipe from a recipe for Puerto Rican Pernil given to me by a friend. I loved the Pernil, but it was too fatty for me and took longer to prepare. This is faster, easier, and lower in fat. (Sazon is a seasoning product made by GOYA and can be usually found in the Ethnic food section or the grocery store. Substitute small amounts of MSG, salt, garlic powder, and coriander if you are unable to find Sazon.)

    Recipe #60311

    Having just recently started the Atkin's Diet I needed a catsup with very LOW carbs. The tomato sauce I used has 4 carbs per 1/4 cup serving...so just make sure you use one with the same or less on the label.

    Recipe #59166

    This is my adaptation of a recipe I found at http://www.stickyrice.com . You can use this sauce in spicy tuna rolls, or on a volcano or lava roll. jb4 and I looked EVERYWHERE for this recipe and the Sriracha hot sauce is the secret ingredient. You can be authentic and use "real" Japanese mayonnaise (QP, Kewpie), but good old Hellman's works fine too. If you don't want the roe...leave it out, I think it is mainly for color and texture. If you omit the roe this is especially good for making tuna salad.

    Recipe #57315

    I love pickled ginger and this really does taste (and look) like the ginger that you get in the sushi restaurant. I adapted a recipe from a Fish and 'Shellfish cookbook.

    Recipe #57314

    My great-Grandma was famous in her hometown for these doughnuts...they are good, but not very health-conscious. Feel free to substitute veg. shortening for the lard....you'll loose some of the flavor, but then you'll loose some of the cholesterol too!

    Recipe #56788

    I combined several recipes to create this one...everytime I make it everyone wants the recipe so it seems to be popular.

    Recipe #56786

    This recipe is from my mother's cousin....she has her own garden and grows the tomatoes and herbs....you can use tomatoes from the supermarket and dried herbs but you will not get the same result. Use the bright red tomatoes you can buy at the produce stand, these herbs are not hard to find fresh....it's worth it...trust me.........

    Recipe #56783

    A luxurious, yet inexpensive alternative to the scrubs found in pricy shops. My sister spent $20 on a container of this kind of stuff and mine yields the same results. *Note if you have sensitive skin you might want to omit the ginger, use less, or substiture lavender or rose oil for the slice of ginger.

    Recipe #55386

    I found this recipe in the "Everywoman's Guide to Natural Home Remedies". The honey soothes the throat and the alcohol helps you relax and go to sleep.

    Recipe #55290

    I once read that this is what cosmetics mogul Adrien Arpel uses....It does help--if you don't mind the aroma of witch hazel.

    Recipe #55288

    Birds greatly benefit from fats found in meat and in plants. Some people might not realize, but birds actually have a different body composition than humans, so the fat and cholesterol that we worry about is not an issue. They have extremely high metabolisms so the fat that we worry about in our diets is MUCH needed in theirs--do the research, I did!

    Recipe #55247

    I like this recipe because it is pretty easy and I have gotten good results everytime I use it. It is adapted from a couple of different recipes. (This makes almost 2 cups of seasoning, I put what I have left in a jar or bottle and refrigerate)

    Recipe #55243

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