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    Found this recipe while searching for Thanksgiving side dishes. There is no "almond butter" in this recipe; however, it uses honey, almonds, and whole grain mustard as a dressing.

    Recipe #464088

    Found this recipe on the net. Haven't tried it yet, but I plan to make it during the holidays. I like the idea of adding a spicy "kick" to the chocolate bark.

    Recipe #464091

    This is an Hass Avocado Board recipe. Sounds very simple, but full on flavor.

    Recipe #464094

    I like this version better because it does not have icing on top. It also calls for whole cranberry sauce vs. craisens and uses quick-cooking oats.

    Recipe #464112

    I came across this restaurant recipe on the web. It sounds so simple; yet delicious. I can picture eating one of these fritters with some hot apple cider - takes me back to my New England trip.

    Recipe #464197

    Found this recipe on the web. My BBQ smoker is calling for these delicious sounding ribs!!!!

    Recipe #464199

    This recipe was posted from a restaurant in Tucson, Arizona. There are no tamales in the dish, but it does incorporate a cornmeal-type polenta with cheese, canned mild green chilies, corn and eggs. Sounds like it would be a great brunch item.

    Recipe #464210

    A savory little cracker to serve alongside soups and salads. Can be made ahead and frozen up to one month.

    Recipe #464248

    This recipe is taken from the Southern Living All-Time Favorites magazine. The ingredients are simple, but the finished product is a creamy concoction of down-home southern cuisine. Uses only 1/2 tsp. sugar and calls for milk vs. cream.

    Recipe #464508

    This recipe is taken from the Southern Living All-Time Favorites Magazine. The recipe also includes a Cilantro Pesto which is used inside the quesadillo and as a dipping sauce. Can't wait to try this dish!

    Recipe #464514

    Another recipe from the Best of Cooking Light magazine. I love the ingredients in this dish and I especially love wasabi along with edamame. Can't wait to try this dish!!!

    Recipe #464521

    Recipe from "A Cooking Affair" cookbook. What makes this different from other salmon cheese balls is the worcestershire sauce and the tiny amount of liquid smoke along with the horseradish. Sounds scrumptious!

    Recipe #464699

    A recipe from the "With Love From Darling's Kitchen"cookbook. The author says that this salad can be served either hot or cold and is a good accompaniment to roast pork dishes.

    Recipe #464881

    Another Williams-Sonoma recipe. This soup can be served chilled or at room temperature. In addition to the salsa condiment, the recipe states that you can add cooked crabmeat or shrimp as well.

    Recipe #464911

    Delicious sounding recipe and I love the idea of serving this dish in an edible corn cup. I plan to try this very soon!

    Recipe #464925

    A delicious sandwich with grilled veggies from the Grilling Maestros cookbook.

    Recipe #464927

    This dish sounds absolutely delicious I can't wait to try this with some grilled chicken. While I did not see a picture of this dish -- I'd be willing to bet the presentation is beautiful. You could easily make this on a stove-top grill pan vs. the outdoor grill.

    Recipe #464928

    Yum! Another grilled veggie dish topped with a sprinkling of blue cheese butter on top!

    Recipe #464929

    Another great recipe from the Grilling Maestros cookbook. Most of the cooking is done in the oven and then you place them on the grill for that wonderful smoked crust and flavor. This dish would be great with the Red Cabbage Salad with Pineapple and Sesame-Lime dressing.

    Recipe #464945

    From the Grilling Maestros cookbook. This dish would be a great side dish to any grilled meat or vegetarian dinner.

    Recipe #464949

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