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    This is a FABULOUS, light tasting potato salad with a kick! I'm not a fan of the super creamy potato salads that most recipes are like and I'm always fond of jalapeno's. This is the perfect blend! We like our potato salad on the drier side to get the full taste of the potatoes but you can make this as creamy as you like by upping the mayonnaise. It's super kid-friendly done just as the recipe states but increasing the ingredients probably takes it out of the kid-friendly zone. This is best served at room temperature right after it's made...but is also great chilled. Enjoy!

    Recipe #310547

    4 Reviews |  By loof

    A decadent version of pecan pie!

    Recipe #263206

    7 Reviews |  By Debbwl

    This recipe comes from Progresso Tamale Parlor.

    Recipe #451098

    This tasty dressing was found in The Russian Tea Room Cookbook. Use it on sandwiches, salads or fresh seafood.

    Recipe #34564

    3 Reviews |  By Debbwl

    Roasting and honey make this a sweet side that pairs well with a verity of dishes. Prep time is the time it takes me to peel and cube the squash.

    Recipe #475477

    It is so easy, it's illegal. ONLY 7 ingredients. ONLY 2 apples! If you want a lovely pictorial lesson in preparing these evil treats, then leave right now and go to her website. The woman is not only a wonderful cook, but an excellent photographer!

    Recipe #297868

    5 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Delicious after dinner with coffee.

    Recipe #268797

    This is a good hearty winter meal. It can easily be made healthier by using low fat sour cream and cheese.

    Recipe #205878

    I found this copycat recipe on another website for the dip served with Texas Roadhouse's cactus blossom. I love their dip and I am posting it here for safekeeping.

    Recipe #480481

    Recipe #447172

    Adapted from "Mastering Grilling" by Andrew Schloss and David Joachim.

    Recipe #482765

    My grandmother sent me this community book from Thunderbay, it's pretty old, the dishes are amazing and very easy to fix. This was one of my grandmothers favourite dishes. I remember having this when we were little kids visiting her.

    Recipe #96051

    This is from Taste of Home magazine Pasta edition with a slight modification.

    Recipe #436627

    Original recipe from food network, but it left out some steps that didn't make sense, so I sort of revamped it. Prep time does not include marinating time, or the time to get an outdoor grill ready.

    Recipe #469683

    A stove-top method. Taken from the expanded new edition of her classic best-selling book, Madhur Jaffrey's Indian Cooking, this is the recipe that Jaffrey says took the spice out of a major city in England. As she explains it: "My new book was first published in England, by the BBC. Shortly after it came out, The Manchester Guardian ran a story which said that the city had run out of fresh spices: Everyone was making Lemony Chicken with Coriander!"

    Recipe #481278

    9 Reviews |  By Tuli

    Just enough sweet with spice to make your taste buds come to life.

    Recipe #135561

    Posted for ZWT 5 - Portugese Chicken recipe with influences from Africa. NOTE - most reviewers are noting that they use a full can of coconut milk as opposed to 1 cup.

    Recipe #371142

    The best way I described this to friends is that it is the Barcelona equivalent of fries and ketchup but so much better!

    Recipe #483714

    1 Reviews |  By krolek

    DELICIOUS. from epicurious web site.

    Recipe #403866

    Try this fresh twist on a classic bite-sized Italian appetizer by adding dried, sweetened cranberries and toasted walnuts.

    Recipe #476012

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