delicious as well as nutritious.
a super easy stand-in for traditional key lime pie. slightly altered from the version posted on serious eats (http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2011/07/10-minute-lime-cracker-pie-recipe.html). squeezing the limes can be a chore, but you can always skip i
this delicious version of lasagna is a real big hit with anyone i make it for. it makes a really special vegetarian dish for a dinner party. nobody ever complains about there being no meat. serve with a tossed salad and garlic bread. this also freezes
becoming nutrition-conscious doesn't mean you have to give up favorites like fettucine alfredo. this is a light version of the classic - delectable but with a fraction of the fat. toss with pasta, use as sauce for chicken - the possibilities are endless!
simple but tasty - great for a bbq **update may2008 - if you don't have orange vinegar, do follow andi of longmeadow farms excellent suggestion of making your own by just adding 1 tablespoon of fresh orange juice, fresh orange zest earlier in the day to
this is a wonderful alternitive to real mayonnaise. i have been put on a strict diet and this saves the day! makes a great salad dressing(i add a little honey), spread for sandwiches, or dip. adapted from raw and living foods. this is popular in spain, m
this is from the back of the angel flake bag of coconut. soft, chewy, toothsome, with just a hint of almond flavor. yummmmm. let them 'ripen' a few hours before serving to let them soften. the edges can be a bit crispy straight from the oven.
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