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    This is a nice, light summer dish. It's easy to prepare too.

    Recipe #248052

    This is from Cooking Light Magazine. This is great for using up those abundant harvests of home-grown tomatoes.

    Recipe #243895

    This is something I came up with after I tried making a grilled veggie sandwich and found there was something missing. The olives and cheese give it that substance I was looking for.

    Recipe #214914

    I've reduced the amount of sugar and fat in this traditional apple crisp recipe.

    Recipe #212972

    I found this in the April 2005 issue of Southern Living Magazine and intend to try it. I find it interesting that this is fried pork, which is cooked in water. The cooking method is described in the magazine as, "cooking meat in water until it evaporates and then browning it in its drippings," which "makes the meat juicy on the inside and crispy and golden on the outside." Sounds good to me!

    Recipe #149832

    I got this recipe from and enjoyed it so much I wanted to share it. These were so easy, and as a novice cook, I was surprised to find the finished product was restaurant quality. I added the Pace Cilantro Salsa to the original recipe.

    Recipe #110109

    This is a healthy and delicious smoothie. I just threw the ingredients into my smoothie maker without measuring, so I will have to guess at amounts. Just use your best judgment. You can't go wrong.

    Recipe #108891

    This is a low glycemic index recipe. Great for snacks or a light lunch or dinner. Serve with whole grain crackers or whole wheat pita bread.

    Recipe #108534

    So I decided to try the GI (Glycemic Index) diet, and I found this recipe on the official web site for Rick Gallop's book, . As I understand it, this recipe was submitted to Mr. Gallop by one of his readers. I've made a couple of slight changes, to suit my taste.

    Recipe #108412

    I picked this receipe up from the T-Tapp exercise forum. I haven't made the recipe yet but want it in my recipezaar cookbook so I'm adding it now. One way to serve this is over spaghetti squash.

    Recipe #66523

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