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    This was the Winning Recipe for 1997 in the San Francisco Chronicle, from Janet Fletcher. Oxtails aren't on everyone's menu, but these are wonderful; braised to fork-tenderness and served atop a bed of succulent white beans. The salsa verde is the crowning touch.

    Recipe #189293

    A great frozen dessert that tastes like a Margarita!

    Recipe #170191

    A delicious Mexican soup for spring/summer. Can be served hot or cold. From

    Recipe #170471

    A great topping for nachos and salads. There is a 1 week standing time on these babies - so plan ahead! From

    Recipe #170474

    I found this recipe at and I love that it incorporates chile into the chocolate custard! The Mexican chocolate is sweet so no additional sugar is required.

    Recipe #170586

    The Winning Recipe for 1992 in the San Francisco Chronicle, by Georgeanne Brennan.

    Recipe #189372

    An interesting and unusual salad using the ingredients for guacamole in a very different manner. The red-tinged dressing is fresh, herbal and slightly spicy. From the LCBO magazine.

    Recipe #224111

    One of two Runner-Up recipes for 1993 in the San Francisco Chronicle, from Jacqueline Higuera McMahan.

    Recipe #189395

    For those who like their sweet potatoes a little less sweet.

    Recipe #285172

    This is the Winning Recipe for 1995 in the San Francisco Chronicle, by Jacqueline Higuera McMahan.

    Recipe #189398

    Pudding for adults. These need to chill for 3 hours before serving.

    Recipe #68092

    This is a great make-ahead recipe as everything can be assembled and frozen. Or just make up to the pork filling mixture, freeze, and assemble the recipe another day. Great to have on hand when there's little time to prep a great meal.

    Recipe #63671

    A quick and tasty chicken chili. Serve over rice.

    Recipe #82025

    Great with fajitas or just to dip your tortilla chips into.

    Recipe #91216

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