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Hi everyone, quick 1st question: What's the best black eye liner to get cheap at a drug-store like Walgreens or CVS?.

My 2nd question is: If you find the the cacciatore is too sharp - try adding a table spoon of fat free sour cream to it. It does not take away all the sting, but I think you may find it to be much more palatable. Maddy..

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Your question was: What's the best black eye liner to get cheap at a drug-store like Walgreens or CVS?.

That's a great idea, Maddy. I bet it would work with other tomato entrees also. I wonder what it'd do for the cheese tortellini........

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Worth a try. I haven't tried it yet with the tortellini, but I think I will get some with my next order and try it myself. My life experience has been that sour cream rarely hurts and often enhances anything you put it in. Maddy..

Comment #2

Oh I bet it'd be great in the Tomato & Corn Chowder too! Thanks for the idea..

Comment #3

I put it in the tomato corn chowder. It has rescued me from many overly spicey foods...

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Yes, it does sound good for the tomato corn chowder. Any ideas for the Cheese & Spinach Ravioli? I'm having that tonight, and one of the posts says it's pretty bad and not very filling....... ??..

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I really like it, and it's very satisfying for me. I usually sautee or steam a whole pile of mushrooms and put the ravioli and sauce on top. Then have a salad on the side. YUM and I'm usually stuffed...

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I like the ravioli, myself. I usually fix a double serving of cooked spinach and mix that in then top it off with a tsp of grated reduced fat parmesan (10 cal). Add a salad and you're done...

Comment #7

I will have to try that with the tortellini. I was really expecting to like it, but it literally makes me gag. I am NOT sensitive, so this was very surprising...

Comment #8

I like the cheese and spinach ravioli too. I remove the cover and layer on top whatever veggies I have on hand (thinly sliced) and then wrap it in a wet paper towel and microwave until steaming hot through and through. I sprinkle a little reduced fat parm on top too. I find it satisfying. Maddy..

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Well, I think I'll take Marybeth's and Patti's idea and use both spinach & mushrooms! I just happen to have both! Thanks!..

Comment #10

Hmmm, trying to get a grasp of that concept. I enjoy my spicy foods, even add some Tabasco or Tony's to some of the NS entrees once in awhile. But I digress....

The FF sour cream is a great tip, if for no other reason than to change things up a little. I add it to some of the beef entrees that have a gravy or sauce to turn it into a pseudo stroganoff...

Comment #11

I put FF sour cream on top of EVERY single dinner meal, and most lunches..

Comment #12

Ooooo and mushrooms also with the ravioli..love that also Porsche!..

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I will slice in very thin strips eggplant and add that to my ravioli (and other dishs) every now and then too. Egg plant is very good at sopping up the sauces and it is a nice meatie veggie. Maddy..

Comment #14

I really like the cheese and spinach ravioli. There's a lot of sauce on it, though. I've actually kept some of the sauce I couldn't eat and used it on a piece of broiled fish the next day...

Comment #15

Try putting 1/2 cup Slim&Trim cottage cheese in those Italian tomato based dishes. Makes them taste like lasagna!..

Comment #16

Thanks for this tip...I'm going to give it a try! Sounds yummy!..

Comment #17

Thanks for the suggestion maddy! hope you have a great day!..

Comment #18

That's a great idea, Maddy. I bet it would work with other tomato entrees also. I wonder what it'd do for the cheese tortellini........

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