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    This recipe came from a girl I work with!

    Recipe #98285

    This recipe came from Family Circle I believe. I LOVE IT!!! My husband loves spinach and I can't stand it, but we both love this recipe!

    Recipe #71148

    This is my father-in-laws recipe. My husband has raved about it since we got married and so I thought I would share it.

    Recipe #113163

    Cake, jelly, peanut butter, and chocolate... how can you go wrong with this combination? This makes a lot of frosting, but if the kids are helping, they might leave just enough for the cupcakes. I just double the cupcake recipe, or you could half the frosting recipe. The frosting is so good, my dad, who normally doesn't eat too much sweets, just wanted to eat it straight from the bowl! I tweaked it just a little, and it got even better! It's perfect... light, fluffy, peanut buttery goodness. If you like, you could use your favorite jam or jelly in place of the grape jelly. From Food Network.

    Recipe #160462

    This Serendipity favorite is a simple, no-bake pie. Its citrus flavor is perfect and refreshing for those really hot days. The book doesn't call for it, but I like to add the zest of one or two lemons, just for a little more lemon flavor. Remember to zest lemons before juicing. Time does not include refrigeration.

    Recipe #160032

    A great way to use up fresh blueberries and cream cheese. Perfect with your morning cup of coffee!

    Recipe #148741

    This is a recipe that my husbands Uncle learned from his Mom who migrated from Mexico to the States. Which is now being taught to the 'younger' generation to continue the authentic heritage of the Mexican heritage. I will be posting the different types of filling separately. The oil, tortillas and water are all estimates.

    Recipe #165552

    A co-worker and I were trying to make burritos but when the tortillas were sticking together and were ripping apart we threw it into a cake pan.

    Recipe #162035

    I got this recipe watching the Oprah Winfrey show with Rachel Ray. This was a big hit with everyone!!! This is the recipe that everyone loves so much!! I have 2 other variations also listed, so that you can try them also. When I make this recipe I am not much of a measurer I get 2 small bags of chips and just pour both in. I will use chocolate, peanut butter, white chocolate, or butterscotch. I will use just one kind or mix them up. I found its easier and just as good!!!

    Recipe #164970

    This recipe I have never made but my Mom swears by it. She says that it looks and tastes just like apple pie!! I went through all of the recipes she gave me (took 45 minutes to find it) just so I could post this. I hope she was right!! ;-} I listed everything exactly as it is written on the index card.

    Recipe #165554

    I got some suggestions from my Korean friends at work on how to throw all of this together. I'm not much on pasta or rice BUT I like eerrrr LOVE this!

    Recipe #165428

    These are burritos that I get rave reviews for when I make them. They are easy and taste really good! My times and servings are all guesses!!

    Recipe #165431

    (UPDATE: I just found out that the creator of this recipe is Recipezaar member dawnie2u! How cool is that?) I just got this recipe from Cook's Country magazine. A cook named Dawn from San Diego, California submitted it to the magazine and won first place in a chicken salad contest. We loved it so much, I thought I'd share it right away. You can find the pickled jalapeños in a can in the Mexican/ethnic section at the supermarket. You can also use this recipe for tuna. I served this over tostadas (crispy fried tortillas).

    Recipe #139170

    Easy blueberry cobbler that cooks right in your cast-iron skillet.

    Recipe #133453

    The smoked Gouda can sometimes be hard to find, but it adds a great flavor and texture. The hot Italian sausage adds some spice. Got this one from "The Best American Recipes 2003-2004."

    Recipe #130881

    Minute thin steaks are popular in Mexican cooking. The rolled up variation is common and can be filled with your choice of ingredients.

    Recipe #64834

    These are regular menu items in all the respectable taco joints in Mexico. Ingredients are so obvious, nobody needs a write-down recipe with exact quantities. You just reproduce it. Many times I prefer these over regular tacos.

    Recipe #63444

    This is a popular and much requested dish at a reputable local restaurant in Tampico, Mexico.

    Recipe #76189


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