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    Reviewed Crustless Bacon, Spinach & Swiss Quiche - Low Carb

    Sunday, Feb 21, 2010 on
     |  (7 people found this helpful) |  31 Reviews  |  By gracefire
    LinMarie says:

    "great base recipe. i made mine with a few tweaks--sauteed the onion with red pepper & spinach, then layered that on the bottom of the quiche plate. topped that with 2oz of shredded swiss, then crumbled turkey bacon, then four ounces of crumbled goat cheese on top. poured the egg & cream mixture over the top and shook it around a bit so the egg set..."

    Reviewed Raisin Bran Muffins

    Tuesday, Sep 25, 2007 on
     |  2 Reviews  |  By ratherbeswimmin'
    LinMarie says:

    "this recipe was exactly what i was looking for this morning. i used whole wheat pastry flour in place of the all purpose, and i didn't have any vanilla so i omitted that. made mine with smart balance spread and added some flax seeds and slivered almonds in addition to the raisins. just had one now and they are delicious!"

    Reviewed Carolina Style Pulled Pork Sandwich

    Saturday, Dec 2, 2006 on
     |  87 Reviews  |  By graftonr
    LinMarie says:

    "man this recipe is awesome! i concur with the earlier commenter who said to double the sauce--it is phenomenal. for the mustard i use a combination of yellow, spicy brown, and sweet-hot and it comes out quite zesty and delicious. i made helen's hungarian coleslaw (recipe #53667) to accompany it."


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