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    LLLZWT Mexico/Southwest USA/TexMex

    The Lively Lemon Lovelies Round #2 August 1-12 PanNan - Nan, Rita~ Chocolatl - Pat ("Choccie" or "Choco"), Karen Elizabeth - Karen, First Mate Buzymomof3 - Judy ("Buzy"), Mia in Germany - Mia, magpie diner - Genevieve Cadillacgirl - Shannon, Satyne - Cass
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    Adapted from the International Chili Society Official Chili Cookbook, 1981. This is an older recipe. The original contains 2 teaspoons monosodium glutamate. I have left this out, but you may use it if you wish. I recommend using reduced-salt bouillon and omitting or reducing the amount of salt.

    Recipe #457909

    Another recipe from one of my favourite cookbooks - Marcus Samuelsson! This is one I haven't tried yet as I haven't seen any nice ripe papayas yet, but I think it sounds awesome! He says it goes good with grilled shrimp or chicken and with roti.

    Recipe #456742

    Delicious twist on cheesecake for the summer! From the Breast of Friends! Also tastes good with a little toasted coconut on top! Cooking time is chilling time. Not sure if the pouch of gelatin size is right as my pouches don't have a measurement on them (I used Knox).

    Recipe #457910

    This is loosely based on a dessert I love, my mom ’s frozen peanut butter pie. Of course, I adore Haagen Dazs Mayan chocolate ice cream, too, so I thought I would try to combine the 2. You may not need the full half cup of butter for the crust, but I live at high altitude and its super dry, so I need it all!! The chocolate chips can be adjusted based on how chocolate-y you want it, but when it’s frozen, it is best to have the mini ones! I may say it serves 8, but my boyfriend thinks it should only serve 2… haha Cook Time is Freezing Time

    Recipe #413688

    This is from "Can-Am Cooks", from the Can-Am world police and fire games. Posted for ZWT #6!

    Recipe #427046

    From Company's Coming - made it for dinner tonight and I loved it, especially since it didn't have any canned soup in it like many similar ones. The only change I made from the original is that I prefer black beans to kidney beans and I added more cumin and chili powder than this states as I like it spicier.

    Recipe #400050

    I was craving poppers but didn't want super greasy bacon or high carb breading so I invented these... Sometimes instead of the garlic powder and seasoning salt, I use 2 tsp of a product called Johnny's Garlic Spread Seasoning which is just awesome - I buy it at Costco here in Canada. The number of jalapenos varies depending on the size you get and how much spread you put inside each half! Tried it with fat-free cream cheese and it just didn't have a good texture. Have also used shredded taco cheese blend right out of the freezer instead of plain cheddar!

    Recipe #401618

    This is from Company's Coming and it got me through a lot of nights in college... Actually me, my roommates, and my friends. I still love it!

    Recipe #388988

    This is from a South Beach cookbook, but I like it with imitation crabmeat a lot better. The original recipe also calls for the jarred roasted red peppers but I find I don't really miss it if I don't have them. One of my favourites and it's even good thrown in a tortilla with a little lettuce for a sandwich! I will say though, it doesn't keep that well - eat it the day you make it as it get kind of watery and the avocado gets a little mushy the next day. I also usually just wing it with the cayenne, depending how much spice I feel like and I add more cilantro sometimes because I love it!

    Recipe #382899

    We combined a few recipes one morning and came up with these! They can be spicier or milder depending on how hot your salsa is!

    Recipe #363600

    This is from the "Breast Wishes" cookbook put together by some women to raise money for breast cancer research! It's the 3rd of a series because the recipes are all SO GOOD! Tastes like cheesecake...

    Recipe #363828

    I am infamous for mixing up what I have and trying to invent something... I love it because you can adjust the spice, or if you want, put some rice in the bottom of your bowls before spoonging over or I sometimes like to put a spoonful of sour cream and a little cilantro on top... I've also make it with chicken thighs. It's a pretty fluid recipe, depending what kind of vegetables you like or don't like! I'm kind of guessing at measurements as I just use one big sealer of homemade canned tomatoes and cut up one onion, one green pepper, one red pepper, a couple little zucchinis, etc... It's the one recipe that my friends and family always ask for and when I take the leftovers to work, everyone wants to know what smells so good!

    Recipe #318305

    My cousin just made this for Easter and scribbled it on a scrap piece of paper for me. It is so super moist and super coconut-y! The cook time doesn't include the cake sitting overnight.

    Recipe #477667

    This is from the Quick and Easy South Beach cookbook. I think it tastes like summer!

    Recipe #484168

    Funnily I cannot have yellow corn but am fine with blue corn - and managed to get some blue corn flour in Germany! This was my first approach to making corn muffins, and they turned out wonderfully moist. I suppose they can be made with yellow or white corn flour as well. For the milk I used rice milk, use any kind you like. If you want a sweet muffin, add two to four additional tablespoons honey.

    Recipe #402863

    I couldn't say if this is authentic Mexican or not, but it's tasty, crisp and fresh. Basic idea came from a web site I was on about mexican cooking. Pull out your mandolin slicer or food processor to make quick work of the chopping.

    Recipe #371074

    Posting for ZWT 5 - I believe it originated from a WW book, but I found it online and tweaked the spices slightly. Easy Peasy!

    Recipe #373201

    This originated from an article in Common Ground magazine. If you use sprouted lentils it's 100% raw. To do that you obviously have to plan ahead, so cooked/tinned black beans are a great sub. This salad is super healthy, fresh and tastes great! Serve immediately after preparing, or chill for up to two hours.

    Recipe #436697

    12 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This sweet corn is kicked up with chiptoles pepper in Adobe sauce.

    Recipe #124213

    15 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Easy, spicy. You can spice it up or down as much as you'd like. Great for the Superbowl.

    Recipe #82464

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