Help I need good food!

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jessnchris

Joined: Oct 10
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Posted: 23 Oct 2010, 18:19
I have been a member on here for a few days and have tried two recipes the sausage jalepeno poppers and the diet cola chicken which were delicious. I like all food except for fish and I need to know if any of you on here have tried some of the recipes posted on this site? Which ones are good and which ones are bad? Please help???
Brenda Groth

Joined: Oct 10
Posts: 190

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Posted: 24 Oct 2010, 08:49
i've only tried the Muffin in a minute and a skillet pizza that I heard about on the forums..and they were both good, however i did the skillet pizza with tomato slices rather than a sauce..as tomato slices had fewer carbs and I'm on Atkins.

there are alot of other good sites that have low carb recipes..here is one link
http://www.genaw.com/lowcarb/dessert_recipes.html

i got a lot of good ideas on this one.
Brenda
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