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New recipes for the week of July 23, 2010 
 
Jul. 23, 2010 2:50 pm 
Updated: Aug. 19, 2010 6:48 pm
This week’s most popular recipe is Tex-Mex Squash Bake. Way to go jomama!

This week’s newest recipes include a plethora of fruit smoothies, including Creamy Mango Smoothie, Crazy Fruit Smoothie, and Strawberry-Pineapple Smoothie II.

Tilapia is always popular, so Grilled Tilapia and Mango Salsa should go over really well. Tilapia fillets are marinated with a little garlic and basil, grilled, then served with a colorful relish of mango, jalapeno and bell peppers. Green Goddess Dip combines fresh parsley, tarragon, with a bit of anchovies, making an excellent compliment to garden fresh veggies.

Here’s something quick for your next barbeque: dress up hot dogs, brats, or burgers with Great Mustard Relish. Three ingredients and 10 minutes are all that is needed for this homemade condiment. The grill’s already hot, why not finish the meal with Grilled Fruit Kabobs? A pitcher of Bahamian Rum Swizzles will undoubtedly be welcomed as well!

Ali's Coo Coo for Coconut Relish

Apricot Almond Galette

Apricot Crumble

Apricot Curry Chicken

Apricot Salsa

Bakery Fruit Tart

Banana Coconut Smoothie

Basil and Sun-Dried Tomato Dip

Beef and Sausage Fried Wontons

Best Smoothie Ever

Blueberry Smoothie

Cheddar-Topped Veggie Beef Skillet Dinner

Chicken with Quinoa and Veggies

Chocopeanutbanana Smoothie

Coconut and Chocolate Rice Crispies

Cookie-Crusted Peach Cobbler

Crazy Fruit Smoothie

Creamy Banana Blast

Creamy Green Bean and Potato Soup

Creamy Mango Smoothie

Diner-Style Baked Potato Home Fries

Fasoulia (Breakfast Kidney Bean Dish)

Fresh Apricot Crisp

Fruit and Yogurt Smoothie

Granana Smoothie

Great Mustard Relish

Green Goddess Dip

Grilled Fruit Kabobs

Grilled Tilapia and Mango Salsa

Honey Fruit Dessert

Lavender Ice Cream

Lemon Basmati Rice

Mango Apricot Glaze

Max's Fresh Fruit Smoothie

Nona's Japanese Ume Dressing

Onion Tart

Pacific Smoothie

Plum Peach Chicken

Pork Tenderloin with Balsamic Plum Reduction

Pork with Plum Sauce

Rachel's Sugar Plum Spice Jam

Rum Swizzles

Strawberry Orange Banana Smoothie

Strawberry-Banana Smoothie

Strawberry-Pineapple Smoothie

Strawberry-Pineapple Smoothie II

Sugo Rosso (Red Sauce)

Swiss Chard and Mozzarella Quiche in Zucchini Crust

Tangy Plum Liqueur

Zucchini Pineapple Bread

 
Comments
Jul. 25, 2010 7:33 am
WOW! Lots of GREAT stuff this week! Keep up the good work!
 
shownmichle 
Jul. 25, 2010 7:47 pm
I like this particular article it gives me an additional input on the information around the world. thanks a lot and keep giving with posting such information.
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rachel 
Jul. 26, 2010 11:30 am
hi guys. i just joined the blog...hae a question for you all. when do you use vegetable oil and when do you use canola oil? generally - i never use vegetable oil. almost always olive oil or xtra virgin olive oil or spanish oo. if not, then canola (baking). but again - never vegetable oil. if a recipe calls for veg i use canola. i make all my salad dressings and just tried subbing canola instead of oo and it is delicious!
 
Jul. 26, 2010 9:06 pm
rachel - You ought to click the "Recipe Exchange" tab at the top and ask this question there. You can get great information there, not just recipes. :)
 
Carol 
Jul. 28, 2010 1:36 am
can anyone suggest what kind on panko bread crumb to buy online, we don't have this in our area. thanks!
 
tucsonmom 
Aug. 1, 2010 3:09 pm
hi, I am new here, hoping to find some quick,fast and easy recipes that incorporate cardiac diet (low salt) and diabetic (low sugar/carbs) anyone found any really good ones?
 
 
 
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