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    This spicy eggs and chorizo can be eaten with tortillas or served rolled inside the tortilla to make a burrito breakfast. Serrano chilies are very hot, you can substitute Jalapeno. Posted for ZWT5.

    Recipe #370510

    Oreo cookie crust,carmel, ice cream and hot fudge... this is a chocolate lovers delight. The kids in our family request this instead of birthday cake. Warning; this is not Weight Watcher Friendly.

    Recipe #328196

    From my 4-H cookbook. This is a hardy soup with sausage, potatoes and beans. Add more hot pepper sauce if you like spicy. Either Andouille or Smoked Sausage can be used.

    Recipe #332401

    This is a light, but full flavored fall pie. If you're squash is runny and watery, try straining it over a colainder. Enjoy!

    Recipe #258342

    A quick, country style salad recipe, from the Best of 1983, Brownstown (Indiana) Newspaper. Recipe editor won't let me list 1 can of 3 bean salad, so it is listed as 1 can 3 bean mix (salad).

    Recipe #450449

    From "Aromas from Ghana Cookbook" by Cynthia Agbozo. These fritters are spiked with ginger, red onion and Scotch Bonnet Chilies. They can be served with peanuts as a snack or along side an african stew.

    Recipe #456744

    quick and easy.If making marinade for chcken, I use 1 T. worcestershire, for pork and beef I use the full 2 T. Original recipe calls for 1 T. poultry seasoning, we don't use it. Enough marinade for 6-8 pieces of meat, maybe more. Grill on med coals about 20 min.

    Recipe #480684

    Use leftover salmon or canned, either way, this is a delicious chowder. Corn,potatoes & carrots give this a delightful flavor. It goes together in a snap and can be made in one pot, so clean up is easy. This recipe was given to me by a dear friend.

    Recipe #366983

    A half and half mix of sweet tea vodka and lemonade.. so refreshing! After a visit to the FireFly Distillery on Wadmalaw Island, SC., I'm hooked on their flavored vodkas. www.fireflyvodka.com

    Recipe #390120

    Canned corn,green chilies,jalapenos,green onions, mayo and sour cream. So.... easy. I found this is the Almost Homemade Gooseberry Cookbook, submitted by C.Snodgrass in Rolla, Mo. So easy, and so good. I have made a few Bakinbaby adjustments.

    Recipe #381468

    A flavorful combination of red chile & cilantro in this Argentian chimichurri sauce. Skirt steak is popular in Argentina, if you can't find Skirt steak, you can substitute flat iron or flank steak. It is best to grill the steak to medium or medium rare. This comes from the Williams Sonoma Latin Cookbook. I am posting for ZWT 7; South America.It is said that in the mid 1800s, an Englishman and bon vivant, Jimmy Curry arrived in Argentina, He quickly fell in love with the aroma and taste of the roasted meats and set about to create a spicy accompaniment to show his appreciation for the tasty barbecue. He gathered spices such as chili pepper, sweet red pepper, tomatoes, onions and garlic, and combined them with rosemary, oregano, thyme and salt.The sauce caught on quickly, and today has become the traditional sauce of Argentina.

    Recipe #456036

    The rich flavor of Gruyere cheese blends nicely with the garlic forming a full bodied loaf. Gruyère is generally known as one of the finest cheeses for baking, having a distinctive but not overpowering taste. If you can't find Gruyere, traditional Swiss cheese can be substituted. I have adapted this recipe to be made in an automatic bread maker on dough cycle, then formed into a loaf. The cheese needs to be shredded coarsley or chopped into 1/8-1/4" pieces.

    Recipe #458056

    This can be made in the crockpot or on the stove.The stove is quicker, but you really need to watch closely for burning. You can use fresh apples if available, or use canned applesauce. If using fresh apples you'll need to peel,core and cook the apples until soft, then process in a food processor for a few minutes. The red hots give it a little kick.

    Recipe #329930

    This is my version of a most requested chowder here in Southern Indiana. DH and I adore lots of flavor, so this is our Arizona/Indiana take on corn chowder.

    Recipe #251649

    Made with frozen limeade.

    Recipe #331950

    Rum combined with pineapple,orange juice and pina colada mix takes you back to the salty seas of the caribbean. If Cruzan orange rum is not in your budget (like mine), use dark rum with 1 tsp. orange zest. A bit sweet, so some of us would like to add another 2 oz. of rum, your call. Entered into my recipe book for ZWT5.

    Recipe #373197

    Low in fat because you use a mixture of ground turkey, lean ground beef, rice krispies and egg substitute. A dear friend gave me this recipe and it is delicious. You could of coarse use real egg.

    Recipe #357308

    I discovered this vodka/cranberry delight while on vacation this summer. Pretty simple, and pretty darn good.

    Recipe #393558

    Canned or fresh mangos can be used in this quick tropical dessert but, fresh mangos (right off the tree in Costa Rica) are better. Best served warm topped with vanilla ice cream. If using canned; substitute 2 (14 oz.) canned mangos for fresh). Mangos, Pineapples and Macadamia nuts are widely grown in Costa Rica. Macadamia nuts form the staple diet of the Hyacinth Macaw ,Native to South America, these large parrots are one of the few animals, humans aside, which are capable of cracking and shelling the nut. Macadamia nuts form the staple diet of the Hyacinth Macaw in captivity.

    Recipe #456383

    DH loves to fish, and when he brings home a "catch", this is the first recipe we go to, of coarse I have to quick grab the 1/2 cup of beer before he gets to it. You can add or delete the seasonings as your taste sees fit,Soaking in buttermilk, is the key to kicking the "fishy" taste, but this is an optional step. The original recipe comes from Ryan Newman. Prep time does not include chill time.

    Recipe #368319

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