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    The name says it all! Takes some effort but well worth it. The recipe comes from Always in Season by the Junior League of Salt Lake City.

    Recipe #118853

    Great flavor! I have served this at many barbecues to rave reviews. The recipe comes from the Junior League cookbook, America Discovers Columbus. Prep time does not include marinating time.

    Recipe #118125

    I'm addicted to black beans so was anxious to try this recipe that I found in a Junior League cookbook. We loved it, it's an instant family favorite!

    Recipe #118068

    A nice side dish! From the Junior League Cookbook "I'll Cook When Pigs Fly..."

    Recipe #117091

    Eggs with corn tortillas, very quick and tasty for breakfast/brunch, even dinner. This recipe is from Celebrate San Antonio, a cookbook by the San Antonio Junior Forum.

    Recipe #117142

    This dip is addictive! Serve at your next party with corn chip scoops. I got the recipe from "Oh My Stars" a Junior League Cookbook of Roanoake Valley Junior League. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #116070

    The recipe comes from the Junior League cookbook, Beyond Burlap. Parmesan cheese may be sprinkled on just before serving for a tangy taste.

    Recipe #115889

    A rich Bundt cake that's half green creme de menthe and half chocolate, topped with creme de menthe flavored cream cheese frosting. I leave off the nuts and coconut. From Flavors, a San Antonio Junior League cookbook, credited to Mrs. Wilbur F. Littleton, Jr. (Jean Richards).

    Recipe #115606

    Potatoes layered with garlic butter, onion slices and Parmesan and baked until crisp on top, tender underneath. This is the best Pommes Anna I've ever had. It takes a little time to put together but the results are well worth it. Please don't try to lower the amounts of butter or cheese in this dish, it's supposed to be decadent. I make this in a white quiche plate with fluted edges and it is very beautiful and impressive. From Flavors, a San Antonio Junior League cookbook, credited to Mrs. Edgar M. Duncan (Linda Wyatt)

    Recipe #115381

    From "Simply Classic," the Seattle Junior League. The fishing and sailing communities in the Pacific Northwest are quite active, and recipes from the boat kitchens are much in demand. Simple, and delicious!

    Recipe #114929

    Adapted from "Simply Classic," by the Seattle Junior League.

    Recipe #114927

    Adapted from "Simply Classic," by the Seattle Junior League. The Snoqualmie refers to many aspects in the area - it's a town, a river, beautiful waterfalls, and a local native American tribe.

    Recipe #114928

    This is another recipe from the "Creme de Colorado" cookbook, it is the best Spinach salad I've ever had! Very easy to prepare, in fact, it can all be prepared ahead and just tossed together when ready to eat. This is also the best Poppyseed dressing I've ever eaten. I fixed this last night and hardly ate anything BUT the salad, it's that good! Recipe makes 8 side salad servings, but if you want it as a main dish type salad I would figure on half the servings.

    Recipe #114783

    These are the best! Makes me want to go live at the beach for about a month. I suggest buying a case of Shiner Bock, using 3 for this recipe and sharing the rest with some friends while the beans cook. From Coastal Cuisine Texas Style, Junior Service League of Brazosport cookbook, credited to Sandra Frazier. I make this in a stock pot, don't cut short the simmering time.

    Recipe #114249

    This recipe is from the Creme de Colorado Cookbook. It is a very easy salad to fix with an unusual flavor. I always have requests for the recipe when I take it to a potluck. The dressing and rice can be prepared ahead of time and combined with the final "fresh" ingredients added just before serving. It can be served in a bowl, or in individual "lettuce cups".

    Recipe #114374

    This recipe comes from "Simply Classic" by The Junior League of Seattle. It is great for hot summer days, fix it in the morning and dinner is ready whenever you are. I double the amount of currants called for and sometimes leave out the chicken, it is equally good with or without it. It says it serves 6, but I find it serves much more than that, it makes a large amount! The one hour cooking time is for the minimum chill time.

    Recipe #22822

    I've made this apple salad since Christmas, 1989. I love it;as a side dish, it accompanies ham very well. It's a take on the classic Waldorf salad from the Junior League cookbook, "Creme de Colorado". Pink Lady apples work very nicely in this salad too!

    Recipe #113572

    This recipe is served at Wunsche Bros. Cafe in Old Town Spring and was printed in Texas Ties, a Junior League cookbook of North Harris County. If you go to Wunsche Bros., they serve beer bread alongside. Yum! I sometimes substitute rum extract for the liquor. Cooking time is chilling time of the Rum Raisin Sauce.

    Recipe #112704

    I am posting this recipe so that I don't lose it. It sounds interesting and delicious, and I plan on trying it out soon. I got it from the book "Celebrate The Rain", a Junior League of Seattle Book. In the recipe is says to "resist temptation and allow the cobbler to cool to room temperature before serving so that the tomato juices will collect." It also says is would be delicious served for a brunch with scrambled egg and sugar roasted bacon, or for dinner as an accompaniement to roasted meat or chicken. the crust dough can be made a day in advance.

    Recipe #111997

    I love Croque Monsieurs. This is a unique take on the traditional Parisian cafe dish, which add a dip in an eggy batter to form an even more golden and rich exterior. From the book, "Celebrate The Rain."

    Recipe #111998

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