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    This recipe is from Venezuala. This is from recipes4us.co.uk. This is posted for ZWT4.

    Recipe #307891

    7 Reviews |  By TLu

    These beans are my ultimate go to food when I need something comforting, filling and not fattening. I love them with a couple of warm corn tortillas or a ham and mango quesadilla.

    Recipe #308648

    Especially good on a hot summers evening, we love this simple martini to sip on. Pink grapefruit works best, and try to find a smooth, aged tequila and if possible, chill your martini glasses in the freezer for a frosty, smooth treat!

    Recipe #167763

    This recipe was featured recently on the Rachael Ray show. Rachael made this recipe with Daisy Martinez. This recipe can be made with chicken or fish.

    Recipe #305555

    Yummy side dish we make a lot in my home. Goes great with lots of different main dishes! Hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #198418

    I love, love, love green chilies! This is my simple and GREAT tasting green chilie. I use ingredients that most everyone should be able to find in their hometown grocery stores. You can use this in so many different dishes. I like to eat is as just a soup on cold days. I also freeze any left overs to use in any Mexican dish that calls for salsa. Great over pork or chicken enchiladas, chimichangas, or you can melt with cheese to make a great dip. I do not use any oil in this recipe and you never even miss it.

    Recipe #305100

    This is a simple "how to" recipe for roasting garlic in the oven. Super easy and the flavor of roast garlic is so sweet and creamy. Our favorite way to serve it up is to dump the roasted garlic in some good olive oil seasoned with salt/pepper, and serve it atop french bread. Certainly you can use roast garlic in many different recipes!

    Recipe #303247

    A wonderful & quick recipe from Michael Cordúa, a 1994 Best New Chef, now chef-owner of Churrascos, Amazon and Américas in Houston. SERVE WITH: Tomato salad.

    Recipe #133817

    Pollo Con Paquillos Tomates y Aceitunas. Sweet and slightly piquant piquillo peppers, which are grown in northern Spain, are roasted over an open fire, peeled and packed into jars.

    Recipe #229042

    Great new way to perk up that grilled chicken. From Some Like it Hot and the Junior League of McAllen TX.

    Recipe #237926

    Cola is the secret ingredient in this easy black bean soup recipe. You can make this soup even spicier by adding a chopped chile pepper, if you like it hot.

    Recipe #279817

    6 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Goulash in the style of southern Hungary. Serve with buttered noodles, dumplings, or spaetzle if you like. This is one dish that shines as a leftover, since it gets better the longer it sits.

    Recipe #273010

    10 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A recipe from Chile using sweet onions and tomatoes along with wonderful seasonings of cilantro, lime for a cooling effect for those hot days!

    Recipe #204196

    This is an easy chimichanga, great for a busy day. I like to cook the chicken ahead, so that dinner can be ready in under 30 minutes. One chimi is good for smaller eaters, two for those hearty appetites. This is a mild dish, unless you add lots of cumin, which makes it great for kids. If you like spicy add a few dashes of hot sauce or a diced jalapeño. After reading a couple of reviews I realized that I too was increasing the sour cream without paying exact attention to the recipe this adapted from. I don't always start with the same amount of chicken so, you want the mix to be slightly wet and gooshy without being drippy, it should cling together. I sometimes add 1/2 cup of shredded cheese to the mix, but you can leave it out to avoid the extra fat. Serve with your favorite side dishes, I like Spanish rice and fruit with this.

    Recipe #235329

    4 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Sweet and fruity, the flavor has a hint of coconut. Great for sipping in warm weather.

    Recipe #93606

    These beans cook down and creat a thick, rich sauce. Good to serve over rice or arepas. From Cooking Light.

    Recipe #308233

    I saw this served at a tavern I used to go to several years ago. At that time, tomato juice was used. I liked it so I started to make it at home when I wanted something other than a "straight" beer. I have since used bloody mary mix to make the drink a little spicier and more flavorful. Tomato juice may be used if you don't want a spicier drink.

    Recipe #72038

    "Original Tarantula Azul" is the brand name of a tequila. It is tequila and the finest natural citrus liqueur. (according to the label). It is light blue in color and has its own unique flavor. When the Original Tarantula Azul Margarita mix(which is also blue in color) and blue curacao is mixed in with it, the drink is a very pretty dark blue. It has a different taste than "regular" margaritas and is quite tasty.

    Recipe #73241

    Betty was a friend of mine who was around my dads age and was like a mother to me. She used to tell me about this drink and what was in it but I never had them until now because I didn't have her exact recipe. Betty died of lung cancer last February, before I could get her recipe. I found the recipe on "The Food Network" web site and improvised it to suit my taste and named it after Betty. You can add more tequila if you want to. Warning: More than one might sneak up on you because you can't taste the tequila! :)

    Recipe #80994

    I love a good margarita and this one is quite tasty. A very relaxing drink. A bartender told me what the basic ingredients are in one. After a few tries I finally came up with the right amounts of the ingredients to suit my taste You can't taste the tequila in it, so be careful. A beer afterwards or a second margarita may make the drink sneak up on you, Hence the name. You may add more tequila for a stronger drink.

    Recipe #81401

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