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    A delicious, incredibly easy way to dress up fresh apples for an quick snack. Enjoyed by both kids and adults alike.

    Recipe #117194

    If you are a green olive fan like I am, this is a must. My mom used to serve this to me for lunch when I was growing up. I still make it now and then and my kids love it too. My husband thought it was gross, but then tried it on crackers as an appetizer, now he's a fan.

    Recipe #70064

    2 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This is a very tasty sandwich. Use good quality Italian bread or lovely homemade coarse textured type . I have also used french crusty rolls. Increase for as many sandwiches as you want.

    Recipe #85934

    A friend originally made a variation of this recipe, and I later found this version in the Colorado Collage cookbook. Definitely tastes better after a few hours.

    Recipe #21131

    POPULAR salad choice! A great side dish for a potluck or picnic which is colorful and full of flavor! Everyone looks forward to this dish that contains no mayo.

    Recipe #308560

    In-a-hurry-Pimento-Cheese starts with the Deli!

    Recipe #167805

    3 Reviews |  By AmyMCGS

    After I tried ham salad with cheese, I never wanted to make plain ham salad again! This is my own recipe, which suits my family's taste. You might try combining the ingredients by hand if you prefer a more chunky texture.

    Recipe #114961

    Great way to use leftover ham!

    Recipe #78382

    3 Reviews |  By Derf

    My version of a popular restaurant sandwich, delicious!

    Recipe #95866

    We love Tuna and Pineapple, so it was natural, that we made a tuna cheese sandwich with pineapple rings. Makes 8 sandwiches.

    Recipe #208012

    Try this for your Fourth of July picnic.

    Recipe #176042

    9 Reviews |  By Bergy

    I threw this salad together last week took pictures of it and was requested to post the recipe - This is a refreshing combination of fruit, Serve with a fresh hot muffin or toast. It is also nice for lunch with a 1/2 cup of Cottage Cheese on the side.

    Recipe #114593

    Guacamole is good stuff, but sometimes it gets a little over-used and boring. If that happens or if you just want a change of pace, try using this tasty and so-easy-to-fix version of a stuffed avocado w/your next Tex-Mex meal for an aesthetic presentation and crowd pleasing alternative to guacamole. The stuffing mixture can be made a day ahead, but the avocado prep and assembly should be done just prior to serving. I’ll bet you and your friends will like this. :-)

    Recipe #169017

    If you like chunky spreads, this is a great way to use up left-over ham. Can use chicken, turkey, or tuna. Excellent for bread sandwiches, pita pockets or spread on crackers. Cook time= Chill time.

    Recipe #129533

    I first had these at a little lunch counter in the building that I worked in. They were very popular and my absolute favorite! The woman who owned the lunch counter also had a catering company and when I went to work for her during the holidays I asked for the recipe and she gave it to me! :) Now I can have them anytime and they are great to keep in the fridge for a quick something or to take to a barbecue or potluck. I promise they will be well received!

    Recipe #95956

    Very flavorful. A different twist on the ol' deviled egg.

    Recipe #138136

    From a copycat web site. Delicious! Can use imitation crabmeat.

    Recipe #133320

    1 Reviews |  By newmama

    This sandwich screams summer to me. I made it after going to the farmer's market and getting lots of fresh ingredients, including wonderful herbed ciabatta bread. If you don't like garlic much, just rub a clove on there (sliced to get the flavor. This is also delicious cold, or with a drizzle or balsamic vinegar on the tomato. For a slightly different (equally tasty, if you ask me) option, use havarti slices instead of mozzarella. Enjoy!

    Recipe #380430

    A very tasty coleslaw using a pre-packaged cabbage mix and dressing it up with cranberries and nuts. Feel free to lighten it up with low/no fat mayo & Splenda.

    Recipe #219465

    I have a personal liking for tuna salad, and wanted a new and different way to present it, away from the ubiquitous "Wonder Bread", so was asked to do a potluck lunch for my wife's ward at work, and hit on using tomato as the "carrier" instead of bread, and found the textures worked well together. You want to find "sweet" tomatoes or low acid ones, and don't be afraid to try out the yellow tomatoes, they work very well! Tomato size is about 2.5" in diameter. Use CloverLeaf flaked white tuna, best if "packed in water" Best if you can prepare and serve immediately, as tomatoes do poorly in a fridge; if preparing ahead of time, put the stuffing in the fridge and keep the tomatoes in sealed Tupperware on the counter.

    Recipe #189826

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