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    Found on my grand papaya recipe hunt.

    Recipe #452744

    This goes great with fish and beef, it a neighbors recipe she makes this at least once a week.

    Recipe #32391

    So much better than cranberries from a can! Has a little zip (Grand Marnier or Congnac). Make at least a day ahead to best enhance the flavors. I got this recipe from Larry Benfield after Thanksgiving one year in the 1980's. Reading his original the oranges were UNPEELED. I have always peeled them.

    Recipe #451775

    Recipe #451945

    This is from www.belgianexperts.com Recipe posted by request.

    Recipe #75702

    This is a wonderful recipe by Ina Garten / The Barefoot Contessa. It is from her book "Barefoot in Paris". We paid $9.95 each for a lesser endive salad a few nights ago, so I vowed to find one to make at home and boy, did we love this!! I couldn't wait to share, and hope you like it! (Please note: this recipe has one raw egg yolk...)

    Recipe #123949

    This salad combines healthy veggies with a minimal amount of oil, without losing any of it's flavor.

    Recipe #175799

    I got this from my Aunt June in the 1980's

    Recipe #451804

    This is a recipe I have used often and changed bit by bit throught the years.

    Recipe #36432

    Recipe #451950

    Once you try these in combination..you will wonder why you did not think of it yourself...flavors complement each other I sometimes use brown sugar in place of white sugar

    Recipe #123880

    This is one of our families favorites and it is requested for the family get togethers throughout the year. It is bright, colorful, easy to make and since it uses low fat ingredients guilt free. The recipe was adapted from one served at the Kimbell Museum in Fort Worth Texas.

    Recipe #101803

    This recipe comes from the Cedar Hill Cookbook, and makes a refreshing summer salad. Great for brunch or a light dinner.

    Recipe #96100

    I tasted at Colibri Grille at Palm Desert Hotel and was so surprised and grateful when they gave me a copy of the recipe at my request. I usually serve with chips but a friend said it is great on grilled chicken or fish. And it's healthy!

    Recipe #59557

    Okay, I know this sounds likes its from another planet. But it is so delish! I've made it using the "variation dressing" and my sister made it using the original condened milk dressing - she's far braver than I - both were lovely, very tasty, unusual salads. Be brave - give it a bash!

    Recipe #295341

    Kasha generally refers to buckwheat groats, but in Slavic countries, kasha refers to porridge in general and can be made from any cereal, especially buckwheat, wheat, barley, oats, millet, and rye. At least a thousand years old, kasha is one of the oldest known dishes in Eastern European Slavic cuisine. Whatever grain you use,

    Recipe #451965

    6 Reviews |  By Tish

    We've been making variations of this salad for years. Funny that people don't make it much anymore. It really is good!!!

    Recipe #17664

    Found on my papaya recipe hunt.

    Recipe #452742

    2 Reviews |  By Marlitt

    I’ve use this recipe several times . Very refreshing twist to an old favorite. I found this recipe in a diabetic recipes book years ago.

    Recipe #233721

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