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  1. I'm embarassed to admit that I didn't look. As soon as I saw the vanilla, I grabbed it and ran Kimba
  2. Found it at Borders Books last night! $7.99 a bottle, which is fine, because shipping is expensive when I buy it direct. Kimba
  3. I don't know about the sauces, but if the tilapia dinner is listed at 5 points, and the rice alone is 2, then the fish is at least 2, that only leaves a point for the fruit salsa. Given that the fruit itself has to count toward the best part of a point, I'm thinking that there just can't be that much else in there. To be safe, count a Point, I guess. As for the shrimp, it's a teriyaki sauce, which is a Core condiment. Kimba
  4. Core cold cereals are once a day only. And WW pasta, potatoes, brown rice - once a day. And air-popped or 94% fat-free popcorn is a Core food. as are cooked cereals, whole grains, etc. Kimba
  5. Hi, There, There aren't Core menu items, but you can make it Core. For instance, the tilapia with mango salsa - it comes with rice and steamed veggies. You can ask 'em to hold the rice and give you double veggies. Same with the grilled shrimp skewers. Best, Kimba
  6. In a word - blech! Different folks, etc. Kimba
  7. Yo, Sister Katie! I often take a spicy black bean veggie burger and brown it up. Then I crumble it in the pan and pour on some salsa and heat it up. Pour it over a bowl of salad greens, top with a bit of 2% shredded cheddar and a handful of crushed baked tortilla chips, and it's heaven. Kimba
  8. I finally tried this - I got the Santa Fe one - and I really liked it. It's not terribly large, but with the salad and water, it made a nice lunch. The chicken was good, moist and well seasoned, and the bread was excellent. Katie, you're gonna have to come up and visit me - we're hiding the good ones up here in the Ocean State Kimba
  9. I'd use either more chicken broth or apple juice - those seem to be the most common substitutes for white wine. Kimba
  10. Bella Braised Chicken Source: WW Simply the Best Serves 6 – 5 Points Each 1 T unsalted stick margarine (I used butter) 2 onions, chopped 2 celery stalks, chopped 1 large carrot, diced 2 garlic cloves, minced 3 T flour ΒΌ tsp freshly ground black pepper 6 4-oz boneless skinless chicken breasts 1 T olive oil 1 14-1/2 oz can diced tomatoes 1 C chicken broth Β½ C dry white wine 2 T minced fresh parsley 1 tsp dried thyme leaves Preheat oven to 325. In a large non-stick skillet, melt margarine. Add onions, celery, carrots and garlic – sautΓ© 5 minutes or until softened. Place veggies in a 3 quart covered baking dish. Place flour and pepper in a gallon sized Ziploc bag. Add chicken – shake to coat. Heat olive oil in the same skillet. Add chicken and brown, 2 minutes per side. Arrange chicken over veggies in dish. Return skillet to heat – add broth, tomatoes, wine and spices – cook and stir til boiling. Pour over chicken, cover and bake for an hour or until chicken is cooked. 232 Cal, 6 G fat, 2 g fiber Note: I served this with a bulgur pilaf and steamed veggies. Kimba
  11. Laurie, many people have made Char's Bran Bread into rolls. Even though the recipe refers to using a bread machine, all you have to do differently is mix the dough, knead it, let it rise, and punch it down before forming into rolls. I'd guess baking it at 350 for 35 minutes of so should do it. I'm pretty sure that Selma/Shana1 has made these, so if you need more information, try asking her Here's the link to the recipe: Bran Bread Best, Kimba [ October 19, 2003, 08:40 PM: Message edited by: KimbaB ]
  12. Brenda, there's a menu thread posted every day on the Daily Thread. And some of the other "groups" have a daily one, as well. Hope this helps! Kimba
  13. Chicken Enchilada Casserole Serves 6 – 5 Points Each 10 6” fat-free corn tortillas, halved 3 C cubed cooked chicken (or turkey) 1 C corn kernels 1 onion, chopped Β½ green bell pepper, chopped (or red) 1 14-1/2 oz can stewed tomatoes 1 10 oz can diced tomatoes with green chiles 1 C shredded 2% cheddar cheese Preheat oven to 350. Spray a 13x9” baking dish with Pam. Line bottom of pan with half the tortillas. Layer with the chicken, corn, onions, pepper, and stewed tomatoes. Cover with remaining tortillas, pour tomatoes with chiles over the top. Cover with foil and bake for 30 minutes, or until heated through. Uncover and sprinkle on cheese – bake for 10 more minutes, until cheese is melted. Nutritional Info: Cal – 286 Fat – 5 grams Fiber – 7 grams Source: WW Simply the Best Notes: Excellent. May add a sprinkling of chili powder or chipotle chili powder to middle layer. Kimba
  14. I made this last night on the George Foreman, and it was great. I think it would be even better on the gas grill, but that will have to wait til next time That sauce, made with low sugar orange marmalade, would make an awesome dipping sauce for low fat nuggets... Kimba
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