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    Miss Annie's Favorite Recipes

    This cookbook contains some of my favorite recipes. Not all tried and true recipes, but I have eaten ALL of these dishes (no, not all at once ). I hope you can find something you might like.
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    This is my DD's recipe that she shared with me when she was living in Santa Fe. I am sure that every family in New Mexico has their own favorite version, but this is my favorite. It can also be cooked in a crockpot, but I like the texture of the stew, cooked on top of the stove.

    Recipe #74909

    My Mom whipped up this recipe when she lived on the coast. It's a keeper!

    Recipe #183339

    My Mom has been making this for over 50 years, and it is one of my favorites. I hope you enjoy it. This makes dressing for a whole head of cabbage.

    Recipe #177127

    One of my favorite recipes. 2 recipes for the price of 1! Very good and creamy.......and no cooking. One of my favorites for summertime.

    Recipe #23173

    For a request from Southern Living, January edition. Submitted by Willie Monroe, Homewood, Alabama. Prep time does not include making toppings. The nutrition facts includes all of the topping ingredients.

    Recipe #118477

    Refreshing and creamy, served cold. You may make it ahead and refrigerate for several hours until ready to serve it.

    Recipe #117535

    Another Cajun classic. Easy to prepare and oh so good!

    Recipe #118152

    From Tony Chachere's CAJUN COUNTRY COOKBOOK. Tony says to "use it like you would salt" Store in an airtight jar.

    Recipe #118154

    This is one of my favorite recipes, adapted from Southern Living 2001 Recipes. The original recipe calls for mayonnaise, but I like to mix with Miracle Whip because I like the tangy taste.

    Recipe #97469

    I found this recipe in the San Antonio Express News in response to a recipe search.

    Recipe #111426

    Ralph & Kacoo's is a restaurant chain in Louisiana and they serve great seafood. Since the original recipe did not give an amount of shrimp to use, I would suggest 2 pounds of shrimp in the shells for 4 people, but that would be your call. Serve with a crisp green salad or cole slaw and lots of hot French bread.

    Recipe #20357

    From a local restaurant in San Antonio, La Fogata. This is a popular appetizer and easy to make. If you can't get Chorizo where you live, you can use this recipe #25846 to make your own.

    Recipe #25944

    I love chocolate mints and I love muffins. A great combination.

    Recipe #20137

    Tired of sandwiches for lunch? Try these little pies instead. They freeze well and pack in lunch sacks well. Make them smaller for appetizers.

    Recipe #21623

    23 Reviews |  By Kim D.

    This green sauce is popular in many Mexican restaurants around Houston. Ninfa's was one of the first to serve this sauce. The recipe has been printed in the Houston Chronicle several times. I've adapted it slightly. Mama Ninfa Rodriquez Laurenzo opened the original Ninfa's Restaurant on Navigation street in 1973. Her food differed from the usual Tex-Mex restaurants in town. She seemed to achieve fame in the kitchen overnight. Some of her famous guests included George Bush, Michael Douglas, John Travolta, Rock Hudson, and Aerosmith! Mama Ninfa lost her battle with cancer last year, but her much loved Mexican food lives on. The original Ninfa's is still there, and there are several other locations here in Houston as well.

    Recipe #34965

    Make your own syrup for French Toast Strata, pancakes, or waffles. Use more or less cinnamon according to your preferences.

    Recipe #60453

    This recipe uses dried green chile and fresh green chile. If you can't find the dried green chile, just make it a "whammy" dip. Use pure green chile powder (no additives). Cooking time is minimum refrigerator time. Recipe is from one of my favorite cookbooks, Texas Home Cooking by Bill and Cheryl Jamison.

    Recipe #109345

    This sauce is wonderful on vegetables. Or use it on Eggs Benedict for a change.

    Recipe #101999

    I have been making these pralines for 20 years. They are creamy, not sticky, and do not have that gritty sugar texture.

    Recipe #40800

    This is the recipe used by the Messilla Valley Chili Company in Hatch, New Mexico. It may be frozen.

    Recipe #84319

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