Monthly Archive: January 2011

Feeling Fruity with a Papaya, Pumelo, Pomegranate & Meyer Lemons!

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Thinking back to growing up in the Midwest we had your basic red delicious apples, grapes, navel oranges and bananas. The only pineapple we ever had was out of a can. Sad but true! When hubby Tom and I moved to CA in the late 80′s we were truly amazed at the wide variety of produce available …

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Cheesy Italian Meatballs Weight Watchers PP 4

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If you are a fan of Italian food you might want to mix up these cheesy Italian meatballs.Your home will be filled with the aroma of an Italian restaurant. Your kitchen will be warm and cozy from having the oven on and you will be rewarded with a scrumptious, delicious homemade Italian feast. This recipe only …

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Cheesy Italian Meatballs

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Just look at those little pockets of melty cheese!   Cheesy Italian Meatballs 1 1/2 pounds turkey breast, ground, Lean 93/7  or  lean ground beef 1 ounce Italian Cheese blend- shredded (Aged Provolone, Asiago, Parmesan & Romano blend or your choice of cheese) 1/2 cup dry breadcrumbs Progresso Italian Style 1/4 cup tomato sauce 1 …

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Spicy Roasted Chickpeas

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Let me just warn you in advance that these innocent looking snacks are addictive. You just can’t stop eating them as they are so yummy! Portion them out into singles serving containers straight away or only make them when you have someone to share them with. Spicy Roasted Chickpeas 1 tablespoon Olive Oil 1 1/2 …

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Spicy Roasted Chickpeas Weight Watchers PP 3

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Garbanzo beans or chick peas which ever you choose to call them you have probably seen these round cream colored bean on a salad bar. This legume tastes slightly nutty, buttery with a starchy texture and is a good source of fol-ate, fiber and protein. They show up in many salads, soups and if pureed …

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