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    This simple to do cheesecake uses General Foods International Coffee mix, Swiss Mocha flavor. I was given some in the spring and it's too hot right now for coffee but I love the flavor. I found this recipe on recipelink.com.

    Recipe #431038

    From Relish Magazine May 2010. This grilled chicken has an addition of hot sauce. If you like your chicken less spicy only add 1/4 cup.

    Recipe #425250

    This recipe is from Saveur Magazine. This is a orange, coffee and rum liquer from the West Indies. It takes 44 days to make.

    Recipe #406071

    My snow peas are on the vines and I love it! This is a nice salad for a warm day. Found on a blog from laura-realgoodfood. This can be served warm or cold.

    Recipe #425683

    This cocktail includes orange juice, peach nectar and dark rum. Yummy! From www.barnonedrinks.com.

    Recipe #413505

    Boreks are little stuffed pasties from Turkey. These are easy to make and great for appetizers. These can be served hot or room temperature.

    Recipe #362535

    My friend made this the other night as part of our dinner and I asked him for the recipe. Not only is it good it is a beautiful salad. Slightly spicy. It calls for fresh corn but I have made it with frozen with great results.

    Recipe #399659

    From Best of Gourmet. These greens can be made ahead and then cooked in the garlic butter for final presentation.

    Recipe #413054

    Cranberries cooked with port wine. This recipe can be canned. From the book "Small -batch Preserving".

    Recipe #263334

    Quinoa has an unique crunchiness that makes it great in a salad. This is healthy and tastes great. This recipe is from the cookbook Monday to Friday by Michele Urvater.

    Recipe #364779

    This is a simple appetizer using fresh plum tomatoes and an olive tapenade. They are slow roasted in the over until very tender. Adapted from Food and Wine, March 2008.

    Recipe #292712

    Cocktail made with mango nectar, rum and triple sec.

    Recipe #413544

    In a large plastic bag in the reduced produce section of my grocery store I scored 10 lemons for a dollar. There were three Meyer lemons in the mix and I knew that I wanted to do something with them. This recipe only uses 1 lemon, Meyers are best but you could use a regular lemon too. This recipe is from the everyone likes sandwiches blog.

    Recipe #415652

    Rice is served many time in Ghana as dinner. This is a basic Tomato Ghanaian Gravy that can be served over plain white rice. From the website Buchele Ghana Adventure. Post for ZWT4.

    Recipe #307943

    The pickling spices in the market are very expensive. This makes 4 cups and can be divided if you only need a little. Package leftovers for your friends.

    Recipe #364799

    From Best of Gourmet. This uses orzo pasta instead of the traditional rice. Quick and easy.

    Recipe #413053

    This is a great summer cocktail made with rum, mango nectar and pineapple juice.

    Recipe #413506

    Love collards! This recipe will even tempt those people who say they hate them. This uses a Bechamel sauce to blend with cooked collards. From the November 2008 issue of Southern Living.

    Recipe #335829

    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

    I have used this dip on numerous occasions and everyone seems to love it. My niece is graduating this Friday and I am serving it for her cook-out.

    Recipe #171690

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