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    This chocolate cookie recipe is from Lila Loa.

    Recipe #467293

    From Spark Recipes; the World's Largest Healthy Recipes Website

    Recipe #442616

    I actually made this without the bacon and it was lovely... another thing you could do finely is chop the bacon and sprinkle it on the sour cream, then dip the fries in.

    Recipe #441522

    This is a paella-like dish that is super simple and quick to throw together.

    Recipe #439250

    Found this on Recipelink from Mary Jo in Minneapolis. She writes: I copied this recipe down when I saw it. As I remember, it is from a chef at PF Changs restaurant for a news show.

    Recipe #429496

    I served this with grilled Garlic Peppercorn steak (McCormick Grillmates) and raw cucumber. The coolness of the cucumber was so refreshing with these spicy dishes! We used 1 tsp of the hot chili oil. Note that there is no error in the recipe, as one reviewer states. If you look at the blog post about Simple Sesame Noodles on Pioneer Woman's website, it does indeed say pure sesame oil, with a photo of the pure sesame oil bottle.

    Recipe #427798

    From Anne Marshall Van Meter: About a million years ago, I lived in Roxborough and worked in South Philly. On the way home I would sometimes stop at the Manayunk Farmer's market (no longer extant. I think it's a Restoration Hardware), but especially at a stand called "Hel's Kitchen". Helen was almost always there and I frequently loaded up on a salad like this. It varies according to what I have in the fridge and garden. This version is meatless.

    Recipe #427677

    This was from a brochure from some kind of pro-beef organization... American Cattle Association maybe?

    Recipe #423717

    Simple Sloppy Joes

    Recipe #423715

    This recipe is from the Quick and Healthy Vol II book by Brenda Ponichtera. I added half a can of corn and sprinkled extra chopped green onion on them before I put the cheese on. I also tend to use more cheese than called for :-) This recipe makes great appetizers or a light meal.

    Recipe #420520

    Recipe courtesy Sandra Lee, Show: Sandra's Money Saving Meals, Episode: Hawaiian Vacation

    Recipe #419103

    This easy flatbread is delicious as an appetizer or as a light lunch. It’s also a great way to use up fresh herbs from your garden. Tandoori Naan flatbread can be found at Whole Foods.

    Recipe #417283

    I came up with this tonight using up things in the cabinet. I served it with Recipe #214165 Asparagus

    Recipe #415242

    I got this recipe years ago from a girl in one of my college classes. It's very similar to others on Zaar, but not exact, so I'm posting it for safe-keeping. I was unable to find habenaro peppers, so I normally make it with 2 jalepenos. I also cut way back on the cilantro from her original recipe... I'm not sure what "one bunch" meant to her, but boy it was a lot.

    Recipe #414337

    This is my adaptation of my favorite salad ever, based on the description in their menu

    Recipe #408493

    From Cooks.com. Note: Do not boil alcohol or add alcohol to boiling water, or it will no longer be alcoholic. Warning: Because finger jello takes longer to digest than liquid, the effects of the alcohol may not be felt until later than normal. Guests should take care to not eat too many. Cooking time is chill time.

    Recipe #406343

    My husband came up with this recipe, and it is one of the best things I have ever eaten. I can eat leftovers of this every day, and I hate leftovers. And it's so easy, it's silly.

    Recipe #404181

    I was trying to make a dessert that I had in a restaurant one time, it was a chocolate bag with white chocolate mousse. I failed horribly with a mousse recipe I found on Zaar, so I grabbed some things that were sitting around in my fridge and came up with this instead! This is a fairly easy, but elegant recipe that can be made ahead, though I wouldn't fill the cups until the day you are ready to serve, or the juice from your fruit will collect in the bottom of the cup. You can use whatever fruit you want... I used blueberries, sliced strawberries, raspberries and mandarin oranges. UPDATE: For an ever easier time, try using silicone muffin cups instead of paper. I just bought some on the dollar rack at Target, and they make it much easier! Plus they're reusable!

    Recipe #285653

    A recipe from the bottle of Pallini Limoncello

    Recipe #278897

    You could probably make this with chocolate flavored protein powder instead of using vanilla powder and cocoa. I drink this for breakfast.

    Recipe #131650

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