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    Stir fry with lots of vegys. Meat is marinated to add extra full flavour. Prep time does not include marinating time. Found on Cooking Light web site.

    Recipe #504869

    Found this on another web site. My hubby really likes this one so posting to share with other Food'y members.

    Recipe #443642

    Borx is a natural mold retardant. If you live in an area where the humidity levels are high, try adding a cupful to your soapy water whenever you wash down the walls. I put mine in an old spray bottle & keep it in the shower to spray after each time it's used. Not only has it prevented mold build-up, it has removed those black spots that appear in the caulking. From the Reader's Digest book called 'Home Made Best Made'.

    Recipe #422018

    I was looking for a more savory than sweet recipe to prepare my x-mas ham. I found this on another web site. I didn't need to change anything but if I don't have Jack Daniel's I will sub Southern Comfort with good results. You could also add whole cloves to the outside of the ham to intensify the flavour. I normally don't bother with the orange slices & endive but it would be a great way to decorate the ham for serving.

    Recipe #404107

    I found this on another web site... it has a very unique flavour with the horseradish but we enjoyed it thoroughly. Also submitting this recipe to test the Zaar category database system.

    Recipe #404024

    I replaced my electronic pressure cooker so I'm on the hunt for a variety of good recipes for it. I found this one on a few different web sites but don't see it on Zaar. If you are using a regular stove top pressure cooker it should be fairly easy to adjust accordingly.

    Recipe #403844

    This recipe is from one of my favourite cook books, Cooking for the Rushed. As first I turned up my nose at this dish but was pleasantly surprized at how much I enjoyed the flavours & textures.

    Recipe #401614

    A friend made this for us & it was delicious. She shared the recipe with me so I'm passing on to other Zaar members. For variation, you can add mushrooms, peppers, chopped olives or other vegetables, as desired, along with the garlic & onion. Cooking time is based on using a french loaf vs. individual rolls.

    Recipe #401611

    I enjoy making breakfast on the weekends so I'm always looking for new recipes. I found this on another site & ended up really liking it so sharing with other Zaar cookers. I like using fresh herbs but you can sub in dried if you prefer.

    Recipe #399286

    Breakfast burritos are fast & easy to make. What makes this one unique from others is the greek seasoning & combination of vegys. I found this on another web site & find it really tasty when I used my favorite pepperoni. You could substitute sausage or salami instead.

    Recipe #398996

    I enjoy trying new flavours for marinating meats. I found this one on another site & really liked it so I'm added it to Zaar for others to try.

    Recipe #398919

    A sweet & savory version of glazed carrots.

    Recipe #398865

    This is a fun & tasty treat to serve at parties. I found this on another web site when I was looking for jello shooters for our Hawaiian ethnic party. It didn't say what size of jello pkgs to use, I used small ones & for coconut milk I estimated @ 13 oz. I liked these because they weren't quite as sweet as other jello shooters & smooth tasting with the coconut milk.

    Recipe #398100

    Found on another web site & tweeked to our preference. If you don't like egg beaters/whites, just add 1 more regular egg instead.

    Recipe #397170

    Found this recipe on another web site. My DH loves this dish & I've served it several times to dinner company. It's been tweeked it to our preference. If you don't like yogurt, you can substitute sour cream (or another heavy cream).

    Recipe #396724

    From Rose Reisman's Light Cooking. These type of recipes are a great way to make light dishes without having to use the high processed non-fat ingredients. The recipe asks for margarine so rather than using non-hydrogenated margarine I chose to use good ol' regular butter. The filling can be made ahead of time; when you are ready to serve, assemble & bake.

    Recipe #388609

    From Company's Coming Rookie cookbook. I normally make some sort of mashed potatoes to go with this dish. If you want enough sauce for the potatoes also I recommend doubling it. For the seasoned bread crumbs, check out #118879 or #203857 on Zaar.

    Recipe #387076

    I found this recipe on another web site & tweeked it to my preference. It makes quite abit of chutney but I find the left-over freezes well for the next time you need it. Timing includes 1 hr marinating.

    Recipe #385705

    I found this recipe on another web site when I was looking to use up some cooked beef I had. You can serve this one cold but I prefer to heat them to melt the cheese and blend the flavours better.

    Recipe #383342

    I use green chiles often in my recipes so I went looking for a way to make my own that I could freeze. Surprizingly they are quite easy to harvest and I find them tasty, not to mention a cheaper way to get the flavours into your meals. You can use many different varieties of chiles for roasting such as poblano chiles, anaheim peppers &/or jalapeños. Either make a batch just enough for your recipe or store in the freezer for later use.

    Recipe #368681

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