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    From the June/July 2004 Taste of Home. Looked good!

    Recipe #157769

    This is a variation of a recipe I've been making for years. I've added the black beans to make it a nice vegetarian dish.

    Recipe #180837

    Anything with Rotel is sure to be good. You can make this ahead and then bake. From Deep in the Heart of Texas cookbook. I use reduced fat Velveeta.

    Recipe #225492

    This is served at Philadelphia's Four Seasons Hotel restaurant and published in Saveur magazine! Oh boy, pass the dip!

    Recipe #221855

    5 Reviews |  By Annacia

    I think the Spanish are onto something here. This can be used as a drink or a frozen dessert. Freezing time not given. Posted for Zaar World Tour III

    Recipe #229089

    Posted for the ZWT-France. These carrots are named for the town of Vichy. From "LaVarenne's Basic French Cookery" cookbook.

    Recipe #232735

    This is a simple and wonderful recipe! Use to make drinks, add to cakes, or make Lemon Mint Spritzers and Lemon Royales! Adapted from Food & Wine magazine(2002)

    Recipe #179316

    I just saw this on Boy Meets Grill with Bobby Flay and it is so good and easy I had to post! A great ending to a Moroccan meal! This is also a Caribbean and Southern recipe.

    Recipe #186849

    5 Reviews |  By lazyme

    These are really good. I always get complements. From Bon Appetit. ZWT West region (Idaho potatoes).

    Recipe #177985

    I found this recipe on another site over 5 years ago and have been making it every summer. The added fruits really make a difference in taste. It does, however, get a bit bitter near the end of the pitcher--if you don't finish it all quickly, you may want to remove the sliced fruit. ZWT 3: U.S. (oranges and grapefruits) and Australia (oranges, grapefruits, limes, lemons)

    Recipe #207887

    21 Reviews |  By Kim127

    This burger is posted for the Zaar World Tour Burger Challenge 2007. In honor of my teammates, the awesome and outstanding Devilishly Devious Diners, I would dedicate this recipe to the friends I have made! I found that it was better to grill the bison burger on top of foil to ensure the burger stays together. The amounts used for the toppings on each burger would depend on the individual. I think these burgers would be outstanding with Bergy's recipe for Recipe #44436

    Recipe #232118

    5 Reviews |  By Mikekey

    This is from an old booklet put out by the Walla Walla Gardeners Association. Walla Walla is in SW Washington state.

    Recipe #186720

    6 Reviews |  By Mme M

    From Celtic Cookery by Iris Price Jones. Leeks are a national emblem of Wales, and are plentiful in their season. You'll want enough pastry to line the dish as well as make a lid for it!

    Recipe #230294

    Another recipe from the Kraft Foods Tapas Party (yes, I am getting ready for ZWT III and all the recipes sounded good and EASY!). Name brands are removed to protect those of us who don't want to buy their stuff! :) Also modified because KF put too many of the instructions for their recipe in the ingredient list. So mine LOOKS more complicated, but it's not. Cook time includes refrigeration.

    Recipe #229051

    Though the origins of the Pavlova are sometimes disputed, Australia or New Zealand, there is no doubt that this dessert from down under is a treat. This particular variation comes from Canadian Living on yields a delectable crisp shell and a soft gooey center. Worried about the calories? My friends on the Aussie/NZ inform me its best to use less whipped cream than to use lower calorie substitute. Guessing you could make some elegant individual pavlovas but would need to adjust baking time.

    Recipe #137400

    30 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A Cuban Drink. Please do use fresh mint. After making this you will be growing your own mint for this drink. I'm not a rum drinker till I discovered this Mojitos!

    Recipe #60506

    This recipes produces a delicious pork tenderloin and I highly recommend using the optional rum. It makes a beautiful presentation on a platter garnished with orange slices. Prep time is the time to marinate the tenderloins.

    Recipe #163154

    8 Reviews |  By Brenda.

    I got this recipe from the inside of the cream cheese carton- Yum! I do recommend doubling the chocolate cookie crumbs as some reviewers have noted it doesn't cover the bottom of the pan very well with only 2 cups.

    Recipe #218642

    Using basil give this a refreshing flavor, great as a dip or on top of eggs, burritos, quesadillas, and lots of other vegetables! Adapted from BH&G magazine.

    Recipe #234862

    Pollo Con Paquillos Tomates y Aceitunas. Sweet and slightly piquant piquillo peppers, which are grown in northern Spain, are roasted over an open fire, peeled and packed into jars.

    Recipe #229042

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