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    From Joy's Kitchen

    I love to cook but have very little time to be in my kitchen. This is where I can be as creative as I want to be with a pinch of this and that to make recipes my own. Cooking with fresh herbs is a real adventure as well as growing them. It sounds crazy but you develop a relationship with the perrenials that come back each spring. I look forward to creating this cookbook and sharing it with others.

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    This recipe comes from Southern Colorado and I have been making it for over 20 years. It is my favorite thing to cook and eat. If you like hot and spicy Mexican food, this is a recipe for you! I made it for our friends and it has become a hit here in Corpus Christi, Texas! The great thing is you can also make it hotter or milder, depending on your taste! In Pueblo, Colorado, we served it over burritos, or enchilada's. My personal favorite way to eat Green Chile (especially on a cold day) is by placing a hamburger bun in a bowl, add a plain hamburger (with or without cheese), smother it with the Green Chile Sauce, then top it with diced onion and oyster crackers. In Colorado we call these green chili sloppers! They are great served with a beer!

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    I love broccoli, and I love cream cheese, so this is a natural for me! When I was growing up, we always had that broccoli casserole with the rice, cheese, and cream of chicken, mushroom, or celery soup. But I have been trying to avoid the sodium content in the cream of "whatever" soups, and found that this broccoli casserole is really tastey! I've listed topping it with bread crumbs or ritz crackers, whichever is your preference. Do not use both...it is too much breading on top! I've also made this using fresh chopped broccoli and garlic, great either way! I hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #335597


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