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    From Thia Cooking and More. Curry pastes are the heart of Thai cooking. While you can easily purchase a jarred curry paste, making your own allows you to adjust it for your own tastes. Use 2 teaspoons ground red pepper for a mild taste or 4 teaspoons for a hot paste.

    Recipe #342807

    From Thai Cooking and More. Prep time does not include chill time.

    Recipe #342822

    From Thai Cooking and More. Delicious lunch or as an appetizer. Serve with Recipe #342786.

    Recipe #342784

    Perfect with Thai Salad Rolls! From Thai Cooking and More.

    Recipe #342786

    From Thia Cooking and More.

    Recipe #342787

    Recipe #342809

    I have had this in my private recipes for a long time now. I don't remember why, so thought I would make it public.

    Recipe #319504

    These sweet-tart shots are fun and delicious for your next summer gathering.

    Recipe #313203

    This is a great way to use up left over Recipe #20574. You can layer in leftover Spanish rice as well. Make this casserole lasagna style.

    Recipe #300153

    Usually, chilaquiles are eaten at breakfast time. This makes them a popular recipe to use leftover tortillas and salsas. Chilaquiles are often thought to be a cure for the common hangover; this is because in Mexico it is believed that spicy foods help in the recovery process from a hangover.

    Recipe #298628

    Menudo is a traditional Mexican dish; a frequently spicy soup made with tripe. It is often thought of as a cure for a hangover, and is traditionally served on special occasions or with family.

    Recipe #298629

    Sinfully hot! These wings start out a little on the sweet side and then the heat sneaks up and bites you in the $%# ($%# was not what I was saying in my mind, but since this is a family site and all that). Dipping them in Ranch or Bleu Cheese dressing will ease the heat for those of you that can't take it. It also just tastes good.

    Recipe #297155

    Won't harm pets or children and is completely natural using ingredients right out of your kitchen.

    Recipe #254413

    A Turducken is a de-boned turkey stuffed with a de-boned duck, which itself is stuffed with a small de-boned chicken. The name is a portmanteau of those ingredients, turkey, duck, and chicken. The birds can be deboned the day before to save some time since this recipe requires a long slow cook time.

    Recipe #263072

    An unusual but delicious topping for ice cream.

    Recipe #237818

    My favorite layer Mexican dip. Alicia and I will sometimes have this for dinner. Leave out the jalapeños if you find them too spicy and make it an 8 layer dip. Kids love the mild version of this dip. I usually make one of each when I am having guests. If it is just Alicia and I, we like it spicy.

    Recipe #234992

    Add Italian sausage and serve with a salad of spring greens and garlic bread as a main course or as a fresh side dish to any other main course. Either way, it is a delicious, fresh summery dish. Note: Please do not use canned tomatoes in this dish and do not over cook the cauliflower. The canned tomatoes turns the cauliflower into a very unappetizing pink color.

    Recipe #237805

    Serve this dip with an assortment of fresh vegetables or crisp crackers and toast.

    Recipe #175768

    A super fast weeknight meal that takes less then 1/2 an hour to prepare. Serve with rice and a vegetable to complete your meal.

    Recipe #178849

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