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    tamale casserole for the crock pot. if you love tamales you will fall in love with this.

    Recipe #86247

    This works for chicken and salmon just as well. I got this from shape magazine.

    Recipe #86617

    This goes with the spicy breakfast bake. But it sounds good enough to serve with just about any breakfast dish. This was made by Emeril Lagasse on Good Morning America this morning. It looks sooo good, i can't wait to try it.

    Recipe #87160

    a yummy vegetarian alternative for fajitas

    Recipe #87270

    I had these at a brunch and I thought they were really cute. Not to mention creative and yummy!

    Recipe #98334

    These are a lower fat alternative to apple crepes and are quite yummy. True apple lovers will enjoy these on thier own, but they are also yummy with carmel sauce or vanilla ice cream on top. From the moosewood cookbook

    Recipe #99337

    This is a delicious casserole that will remind you of getting a large order of nachos at your favorite restaurant. It looks spectacular coming out of the oven, and it tastes awesome. Just like a big plate of nachos. You might even want to bring this to your next social gathering as an appetizer. To cut the heat down omit the jalapeño pepper and hot sauce, or adjust to your liking.

    Recipe #101636

    My mom used to make these to go with her chili on cold days. They are spicy, cheesy corn bread muffins that are excellent. I hope you enjoy them too. You can also use montery jack cheese instead of cheddar cheese. Your favorite salsa works best in these and i have found that home made salsa is the best at making these unbelievable.

    Recipe #101796

    Spicy garlic shrimp...YUM YUM YUM! Flies off the table in seconds. Recipe source: Sunday newspaper.

    Recipe #104454

    This drink has a kick, watch out or it will knock you out.

    Recipe #121526


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