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    The sauce can be stored up to 3 days in a covered container in fridge, or frozen up to two weeks.

    Recipe #183874

    Always a pleaser at our house.

    Recipe #183881

    A vegan recipe, that my sister makes. You can sub almonds for the pine nuts if you prefer.This is a crockpot meal.

    Recipe #183871

    Very good, and easy to do in the crockpot. Serve with brats or kielbasa, at least thats what I do.

    Recipe #183873

    A recipe I remember having when I was a child. You can make this, and store in the fridge for 3 days, then just reheat over medium heat.

    Recipe #183898

    I made this for the holidays, last year, my family really liked it.

    Recipe #183918

    this is really quick to make, and is a tasty side dish, or could even be a main course.

    Recipe #183920

    This dish is tasty, and really good for you.

    Recipe #175363

    Yummy, with blue cheese and pine nuts, and the dressing is mmmmmmm.....This makes alot..12 servings

    Recipe #176706

    So easy to make, and so good.

    Recipe #180028

    Roasted potato wedges tossed with blue cheese dressing and fresh blue cheese. If you prefer other taste pairings, use your favorite salad dressing and cheese combination to create your own new recipe. You can substitute 1 lb. 4 oz. of peeled potatoes cut into wedges, if desired.

    Recipe #175197

    A tangy dressing gives cooked chicken an Asian flavor in elegant Warm Chinese Chicken Salad.

    Recipe #175335

    From Southern Living. In the produce section of the supermarket are refrigerated jars of sliced mango and pink grapefruit segments which work well in this salad.

    Recipe #133891

    This has always been something I remember having all my life. Usually when I make it at home, I don't measure the ingredients, but I have tried my best to be as accurate as possible.

    Recipe #175350

    One of my southern grandmother's favorites, I learned it from her. It's a classic southern dish, you can use mangoes instead of oranges, for a more tropical flavor, but it won't be authentically Creole

    Recipe #175352

    I just took the basc idea of fruit salad, switched up the ingredients, to make it more exotic, and refreshing.And the colors of the fruits together,look really beautiful. TIP: Star fruit is best when it's fully ripe, look for plump yellow ones.

    Recipe #175355

    I am not a fan of coleslaw, but my family is, and they love when I make this. especially when wqe are having, burgers or hot dogs. it is a really refreshing side or condiment for summer.

    Recipe #175364

    I got this recipe from a Southern Living magazine. It is a great winter salad, you will probably want to wear latex gloves, because the beets will stain your hands.

    Recipe #175388

    A recipe from my mom. Asparagus is a real favorite around our house, and I am always looking for different ways to serve it. This recipe is very simple and quick.And you can prepare it up to 2 days ahead. The asparagus is just right, crisp-tender, not soggy, contrary to what some people think ( thanks to canned asparagus), asparagus should NEVER be soggy and limp!

    Recipe #175389

    Ironicall, I am not really a fan of guacamole, but this is some good stuff. Everyone who tries it loves it. It tastes so fresh, I promise you will love it.

    Recipe #175432

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