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    This is a Good Housekeeping recipe.

    Recipe #480028

    I found this recipe as a comment on a blog that was describing how to ripen green bananas. Sometimes they are just TOO green so I plan on trying this soon. The poster went by "Kat" But then I noticed she had THREE cups of oil so I looked this up online (my Spanish skills came in handy!) and adjusted it a little. yield and time is approximate

    Recipe #467958

    Tequila, cumin, chilies,chicken and black beans, just doesn't get any better 'n that that. This is an Arizona Favorite from the Kingman Arizona Welcome Wagon Cookbook.

    Recipe #342400

    I have taken many of their cooking classes which were SO fun! They have stopped doing them in my area much to my sadness because they were great ! This salad is REALLY good. It is truly worth the effort but must be put together at the last minute so the tomatoes are warm.

    Recipe #308159

    This recipe came from a local grocer.

    Recipe #294719

    Bleu cheese without as much guilt.

    Recipe #281691

    From Chef on a Shoestring's Greek menu. This sounds heavenly with ground walnuts and mint. Easily scaled down or up. Time does not include one hour sitting time.

    Recipe #269463

    5 Reviews |  By BarbryT

    From the Seattle Times, July 25, 2005. I haven't made it yet, but it sounds wonderful to me, and perfect for an August evening.

    Recipe #246220

    I got this recipe from my dear friend Jackie, and have been absolutely hooked on it since!

    Recipe #239599

    5 Reviews |  By Brenda.

    Black-eyed peas, candied bacon, pecan crusted chicken breast-YUM! A terrific summer meal. It looks a little involved, but is really very easy as you can prep everything else as the chicken cooks. Try a Southwestern/Southern fusion by substituting ingredients as you like ex: Black beans vs black-eyed peas, add sliced avocado, Jack vs cheddar, you decide :) We like our corn and beans or peas warmed a bit, and ate this as a slightly warm salad. Note: After making the recipe as directed, I wished I would have doubled the bacon as it really made the salad special.

    Recipe #229112

    This beautiful appetizer consists of an Italian chopped salad that is mounded into cooked pasta shells. It can be made up to four hours ahead and the romaine salad will remain crispy for serving. Note: To give proper credit, this is an adaptation of recipe #29329, which uses chicken as a main ingredient. In the version I am posting, the chicken is eliminated and the chopped salad is garnished with salami and feta cheese. I also make my own vinaigrette, but if you prefer, just use a bottled Italian dressing.

    Recipe #227542

    No such thing as too many chickpea salads! This was an especially good version I thought, altered a bit with my own and my BF's taste in mind. Extremely easy and no cooking involved, particularly good for lunch at the office or a weekend picnic since it's best at room temperature. If you'd like to make this for a no-cook summer dinner, it's a main meal for two (with a side of green vegetables) or a side dish for four. A Sara Foster recipe from the 4/2007 version of Cottage Living.

    Recipe #220871

    I found this recipe in our area newspaper.

    Recipe #198647

    Do not let the list of ingredients keep you from making this salad. Most of the ingredients are for the marinade and salsa which should be made the day before and refrigerated. The remaining ingredients are the salad and side items. It is super quick to throw together the next day and tastes awesome. The tequila-lime chicken is outstanding on its own and you may want to make extra Pico de Gallo to keep in the fridge. I have adapted this recipe from a former Applebee's employee. The recipe is scaled down for one serving, so adjust for more servings. Cooktime is marinade time.

    Recipe #188457

    This came from a local TV news program. My nephew eats this by the pound!

    Recipe #182889

    6 Reviews |  By Marie

    A lovely summer salad topped with grilled steak slices and served with a delicious vinaigrette dressing with crumbly bleu cheese added.

    Recipe #167581

    Here's is a great simple salad. With just a touch of the southwest. MANGIA!!!

    Recipe #166476

    Great Fall main dish salad. Use thick-sliced smoked chicken from the meat dept. or you can substitute smoked turkey from the deli. For more sweet/sour, add another tsp. vinegar. From Food and Wine.

    Recipe #160318

    I found this in Cook's Country.

    Recipe #154940

    I made this salad crunchier with the addition of toasted almonds. This is ideal for that someone who wants creamy but not made with globs of mayonnaise! Have fun with this recipe.

    Recipe #150813

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