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    These recipes are ones that have been given a (mostly) unanimous thumbs up by my wonderful family and friends! Thanks gang for being trustworthy guinea pigs!
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    Creamy, thick, and rich with lots of garlic flavour and a hint of lemon. The avocado works wonderfully in this recipe to create a sauce so creamy and thick, you will think there is cream hiding in there. Found on a recipe blog and posted here for safe keeping :)

    Recipe #470905

    These classic cornbread muffins are oh-so easy to make! And best of all, you will probably already have almost all of the ingredients on hand! Just pick up some cornmeal in the bulk section of your supermarket, and walaahh... Cornbread muffins!

    Recipe #35059

    This recipe came from my mom. It was probably a Betty Crocker or Better Homes & Gardens original. Unfortunately, I don't know the origin. I prepared this salad for company the other day and it was well received. I thought, "Why am I not sharing it!" The salad dressing can be made a day in advance.

    Recipe #484074

    After being inspired by a recipe I found on Pinterest, I decided to enter a salsa competition at work. I broke out the blender and purchased some basic salsa ingredients in bulk and started creating! This is a restaurant style salsa made with Fire Roasted tomatoes!

    Recipe #485087

    I found this recipe on MountainMamaCooks.com. It's a great starting point and from here, the sky's the limit! I usually load it up with cilantro. I also leave the seeds and membrane in the jalapeno because I like spicier salsa. Sometimes I even add two jalapenos.

    Recipe #484643

    After being inspired by a recipe I found on Pinterest, I decided to enter a salsa competition at work. I broke out the blender and purchased some basic salsa ingredients in bulk and started creating! This is a restaurant style salsa made with chipotles in adobo (or smoked jalapenos)!

    Recipe #485127

    I love to play with Asian ingredients! This recipe is so simple and yet delightful that I just had to post it. It is a family favorite! I hope you enjoy it like we do. The beautiful thing about these ingredients is they play well together. So if it's not sweet enough for you, add a little more brown sugar; likewise, if it's not salty enough, add more fish sauce...

    Recipe #485090

    After being inspired by a recipe I found on Pinterest, I decided to enter a salsa competition at work. I broke out the blender and purchased some basic salsa ingredients in bulk and started creating! This is a restaurant style salsa made with lots of jalapenos!

    Recipe #485128

    After being inspired by a recipe I found on Pinterest, I decided to enter a salsa competition at work. I broke out the blender and purchased some basic salsa ingredients in bulk and started creating! This is a restaurant style salsa made with just enough jalapenos to be dangerous!

    Recipe #485129

    After being inspired by a recipe I found on Pinterest, I decided to enter a salsa competition at work. I broke out the blender and purchased some basic salsa ingredients in bulk and started creating! This is a restaurant style salsa made with culinary direction from my son, Daniel!

    Recipe #485131

    After being inspired by a recipe I found on Pinterest, I decided to enter a salsa competition at work. I broke out the blender and purchased some basic salsa ingredients in bulk and started creating! This is a restaurant style salsa made with roasted garlic!

    Recipe #485153

    This recipe came from our local grocery store (Festival Foods). This is such an easy recipe and feels super elegant! Served with Rosemary Parmesan Polenta.

    Recipe #468593

    This recipe has been my all-time favorite since I can remember my mom making it. It comes from Mexico, its origina,l has great flavor that is incomparable, and it give u great energy boost, is low in fat and delicious. Hope u guys like it.

    Recipe #29742

    4 Reviews |  By NIN4NIN

    This is an altered recipe I found online. It's great to have on the ride when you need a snack. Tastes great, healthy and they're much cheaper than store-bought bars

    Recipe #136892

    You will love this! It's the perfect recipe for a luncheon. Also a good make-ahead recipe for the week. Since I like keeping the seeds in the tomatoes and cukes, I just make the salad without them, then dice them fresh and mix them in each time I serve it. You may want to seed them if you throw it all together at once. I got this from a friend, but I think it came from cooking light or southern living. Serve with bread/butter.

    Recipe #251092

    Deliciously crisp outside and flaky light inside. Get your healthful Omegas the easy way with Tilapia. Pictured with leftover twice baked potato filling (with leftover corn thrown it as well) and Brussels sprouts in Balsamic with Basil sprinkles.

    Recipe #116956

    Here's a delicious recipe. The creamy risotto and roasted aparagus together make a wonderful, flavorful dish. I would recommend using arborio rice to make risotto. Another option is to cut the asparagus into bite size pieces (after roasting) and fold them into the risotto at the end.

    Recipe #206479

    3 Reviews |  By duonyte

    From Cooking Light January 2009. Country-style ribs are cut from the shoulder and are perfect for this. I have not made this yet, but it seems like a winner. Prep time is estimated.

    Recipe #440206

    Recipe from Australian Avocados: www.avocado.org.au

    Recipe #263884

    Plan ahead about a week ... you won't be sorry. This from-scratch corned beef is better than any commercial corned beef you could ever eat, and you'll wonder why you never tried doing it yourself before. I do not add salt and peter to my corned beef, so this is not going to have that familiar pink color, but you won't care -- and it's healthier this way.

    Recipe #115220

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