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7/4/10 1:43 P

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To tell you the truth, I don't cook a lot .. running all the time .. but I will give this idea a shot. I may have to refer to you on this. It's a thought tho!

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4/21/10 12:56 A

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Everyday I like to get as many Spark points as I can. (I especially love the articles, trivia and emails as I learn so much from reading.) The recipe section was more of find a recipe and get my point click. Since I've gone to the farmer's market and brought home so many vegetables, my attitude of gaining points on recipes has changed. I'm now starting cookbooks for later use of those recipes that appeal to me. I tend to do the same thing over and over again. All the reading shows variety is really the food of life so time to go on an adventure hunt for spice.. oops... I mean recipes.

Every few days, I'm looking for a new recipe on a specific vegetable to find new ways to cook those vegetables I bought at the farmer market. Soon I hope to look for recipes of vegetables I don't normally buy but are offered at the farmer's market. Since I'm NOT a cook, it's nice to learn how to cook. Many of the recipes are simple! Who would have thought to broil aspargus sprayed with Pam and sprinkled with garlic? NOT ME!
They were deeee---licious!

How are you using the recipe section of SparkPoints for yourself?

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