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    This is an old recipe from my aunt. it is important to strain the custard! if you do this, I guarantee you will never have a "watery" pie! If you want to save some calories, you can always make the custard in a pie pan and bake it in a "bain-marie".

    Recipe #421760

    Nice low point quiche that no one will know is a Weight Watcher recipe. No crust, it is not as eggy or custardy as traditional quiches, but very good.

    Recipe #412099

    This recipe comes from a dear friend who is a very good cook! You can use cream or milk in lieu of the half and half. Also, this soup freezes well.

    Recipe #467674

    Great crustless pie for supper or brunch! Low-carber or South Beach or low cal delight!

    Recipe #462578

    Excellent soup/stew. Perfect for a meal with crusty bread!

    Recipe #435922

    This recipe is adapted from one in the Cotton Country Cookbook. Given to me by a co-worker, it is one of her favorites!

    Recipe #435435

    I begged for this recipe after a friend brought these to a party! You'll have them begging too!

    Recipe #434150

    Another fabulous recipe from the Barefoot Contessa! I made the other Date Nut Bread I posted then this one thinking I'd have a bake-off. Well, they are both great and very different! I wound up with 2 keepers! The bread is very nice served with the recommended orange cream cheese, but that is entirely optional.

    Recipe #428983

    This is a dark, moist date nut bread like Thomas's or Dromedary --with the deep flavor or molasses! Healthy too--low fat and increased fiber. Don't use the packaged chopped dates as they contain added sugar. You can also make the loaf with white flour only. Enjoy!

    Recipe #425997

    This is a turkey salad recipe from Canyon Ranch. Very tasty and a great way to use leftover turkey.

    Recipe #421606

    A friend, who is a very good cook, gave me this recipe.

    Recipe #420018

    This is a great do-ahead and freeze for use later appetizer! One of our family favorites!

    Recipe #419829

    This is the original quiche, which was more of a custard, without cheese. It is so rich it will wow your guests! In the original recipe the bacon is boiled for 5 minutes (to remove the smoke flavor) then drained and cooked crisp about 3 minutes --no need to do this if you don't have the time!

    Recipe #419477

    This recipe was given to me by a friend of mine and I think you will really like it! Good, Fast and Easy!

    Recipe #419038

    This is a nice twist on the traditional recipe--not dripping in butter! Easy enought for a weeknight dinner. My brother made it for a Sunday dinner, he had gotten it out of a local paper, and it was a big hit! You can use white meat chicken if desired.

    Recipe #414080

    From Cooking Light--this was one of their recipe makeovers.

    Recipe #412674

    An excellent way to use up leftover roast leg of lamb! You can add more curry powder to taste!

    Recipe #409277

    This is one of my favorites--great for company too! Freezes very well. Reduce the cayenne pepper if desired for less bite! Can also use Anjou pears.

    Recipe #408809

    This is a Kraft adapted recipe. It is fudgey and oh so moist. Very chocolately and easy to prepare. Just like you'd expect in a restaurant! Guaranteed rave reviews!

    Recipe #392073

    This recipe comes from the CIA in Hyde Park, NY. It is the most delicious appetizer spread! Obviously you'll need to convert the amount to suit your situation. The prep and cooking time are my estimates.

    Recipe #387994

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