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Personal Chef Recipe and News Feed 23/02/09
Low-Calorie Recipes: Rainbow Veggie Chili | Submitted By: Jen
Multi-colored vegetables make this chili delicious and pretty! Serve with cornbread for a great fall dinner.
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Healthy Salads: Beautiful Summer Salad | Submitted By: Alison
Tomatoes, sweet onions, and papaya are tossed with a zesty, cheesy dressing.
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Egg-Free Recipes: Busy Night Turkey Taco Soup with Avocado Cream | Submitted By: Janice Elder
Leftover cooked turkey is combined with salsa, corn, beans and cilantro in this quick soup topped with avocado cream.
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Low-Cholesterol Recipes: Slow Cooker Baked Beans | Submitted By: Laura
For those who love to do it themselves, here's a terrific recipe for genuine baked beans - and it's so easy to make! Soak white beans and then pop them into your slow cooker with ham hocks, onion, brown sugar, maple syrup, ketchup and mustard.
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Dairy-Free Recipes: Betsy's Mandarin Orange Salad | Submitted By: Doreen
This spectacular salad features red leaf lettuce tossed with sugared almonds, mandarin orange segments and red onions, and topped with a sweet and tangy vinaigrette.
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Healthy Side Dish Recipes: Mom's Baked Beans I | Submitted By: Bob Musser
Liquid smoke flavoring and barbecue sauce give these beans a unique flavor. Delicious hot or cold!
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Low-Sodium Recipes: Refreshing Cucumber Salad | Submitted By: ShawnaRae
This is a quick and easy throw-together salad that is super tangy and creamy and a way to use up some of your fresh garden veggies. Very refreshing! Increase or decrease amount of vinegar and mayonnaise to your liking.
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Healthy Appetizers: Mango Relish | Submitted By: Jennifer
The sweet flavors of this relish creates an exotic accompaniment to fish or chicken. Try pairing with Thai, Indian, or Caribbean dishes or serve with Tortilla chips. Besides the lift to your tastebuds, the relish will add texture and color to your plate.
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Sugar-Free Recipes: Gorgonzola Salad | Submitted By: Sebring Socks
A lettuce salad sprinkled with blue cheese and a simple vinaigrette.
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High-Fiber Recipes: OTTERCOON's Beanwiches | Submitted By: OTTERCOON
This is an amazingly delicious Depression-era recipe invented by my grandmother from the days when SPAM(R) was a budget food. We still make it often!
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Super Foods: Sunday Best Fruit Salad | Submitted By: Pattie Price
Several steps build to the final salad crescendo. Chopped apples and bananas marinate in pineapple juice, and kiwi and strawberries are sliced. Then everything is mixed into peach pie filling and spooned into a beautiful serving bowl.
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Healthy Main Dish Recipes: Chili Chicken II | Submitted By: Subi Roseline Joseph
Chili sauce and ginger-garlic paste form the foundation for a pungent marinade that transforms into a zesty cooking sauce for chicken, onion, bell pepper and tomato.
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Diabetic Recipes: Chinese-Style Steamed Fish | Submitted By: Kam Sung
Easy to prepare, hard to mess up, and very versatile - this steamed fish dish is seasoned with fresh ginger, garlic, and soy sauce.
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Low-Fat Recipes: Snowy Pudding | Submitted By: Sara
Gelatin, sugar and lemon juice are combined with beaten egg whites and chilled in a mold in this creamy, no-cook dessert.
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Low-Carb Recipes: Apple Pie Spice Mix | Submitted By: Roberta J
Making your own spice mix is simple, and usually economical. Scale to make a batch as large or small as you like.
Date Published: 23/02/2009 | View Full Information

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