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    This recipe combines pork and beans with sauerkraut and applesauce to make a great side dish to pork or ham. Posted for ZWT #4

    Recipe #304876

    This is a mixture of carrot, celery cabbage and cauliflower and is spicy-hot! Celery cabbage is similar to bok choy which can be substituted. Posted for ZWT 4.

    Recipe #305138

    This Afghan salad is fresh-tasting, sprinkled with cilantro and bits of serrano chili. Posted for ZWT 4.

    Recipe #305140

    This salad has wafer-thin onion slices (cut on a mandolin) and juicy Greek olives. Posted for ZWT 4.

    Recipe #305174

    This quick and easy recipe is hot! You may also substitute collard greens for the turnip greens. The okra, once cut, will thicken the sauce as it cooks. Posted for ZWT 4.

    Recipe #305176

    This recipe came from the June 2008 Southern Living Magazine. I liked it for the ease in making. Place everything in the mixer and go!

    Recipe #305520

    This recipe comes from The Roof of the Park Plaza, Toronto, Canada. Post for ZWT 4.

    Recipe #306653

    This is not to be confused with White or Black Russians. This uses gin, vodka and creme de cocoa to make a nice alternative. Found on epicurious.com and posted for ZWT 4.

    Recipe #306718

    Chayote is a relative of squashes and has a gentle flavor. This is a classic dish in Guatemala.

    Recipe #307534

    This recipe used a firm white fish such as bluefish, striped bass, perch or trout. This comes from the Best of Bon Appetit.

    Recipe #308032

    I made this for my best friend's birthday. She is on a low-carb diet but I was also cooking for kids and men (A challenge!) I had NO leftovers. This came from a Bon Appetit magazine. Very easy and very good.

    Recipe #91031

    My best friend is on a low-carb diet. I made this for her birthday dinner and everyone (including the kids) loved it. Very easy to do.

    Recipe #91233

    I make this when my tomatoes are ripe. It only makes 1 pint so it is very quick and easy. Great to serve with meat. Even if you don't can very often this is something that is easy and fast to do.

    Recipe #92881

    My girlfriend and I came up with this recipe when we ran out of some of our favorite mixers. Great for a dessert drink!

    Recipe #94459

    Quick and easy. Good summer drink. Recipe from Holiday Cocktails.

    Recipe #94620

    The squash have arrived!! My friend and I made this for her family last night (she had never cooked squash before!). They loved it!

    Recipe #94985

    The combination makes this pie wonderful and not as sweet as some other pies. My blueberries and blackberries come in at the same time and I can make this pie every night and the kids will devour it. Be sure to stock up on vanilla ice cream to go with it!

    Recipe #94987

    I had a almost full bottle of Limoncello in my refrigerator and I wanted to use some of it up. I love cheesecake so while searching the web I found this one on recipegoldmine.com. Very good! Lemoncello is an italian lemon liqueur.

    Recipe #99812

    I don't know where I found this recipe but my boys love it. It's very simple and I usually have all the ingredients on hand.

    Recipe #100473

    Chevre (goat cheese) is a favorite of mine. This is from "Monday to Friday Pasta" by Michele Urvater. The sweetness of the red peppers and the creaminess of the cheese combine to form something greater than their parts. The dish is fast with the aid of a food processor, it comes together in less than 20 minutes

    Recipe #103717

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