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    For ZWT 6. This is a recipe I found online from Carolyn Balkum. These sound easy to make and are probably very good with a hot cup of coffee or tea. Cooling time is not included in preparation or cooking time.

    Recipe #426150

    For ZWT 6. This is an easy and very tasty dish that is great for a brunch. This recipe is adapted from a recipe on

    Recipe #426249

    For ZWT 6. This recipe comes from the World Hearth Circle of International Cooking. I can't wait to try this. It sounds delicious.

    Recipe #426251

    For ZWT 6. This recipe is for use in a breadmaker. Put all ingredients into bread machine, according to the order you usually use for your particular machine. You can also make this by hand. Preparation time listed is for making the bread by hand and includes rising times.

    Recipe #426252

    Delicious with a cup of tea or coffee. From

    Recipe #427586

    A tasty open faced sandwich that is very easy to prepare and makes a nice presentation. You can use any kind of bread with this. From

    Recipe #427590

    For ZWT 6. This is a traditional Finnish recipe for stuffed cabbage.

    Recipe #426335

    Another great cake to have with a cup of coffee or tea. Lingonberries are easy to find in Los Angeles, they sell them at IKEA and at most supermarkets. If you can't find them, you can use raspberry preserves. From

    Recipe #427588

    For the beet lovers, like me. Preparation time does not include time needed to cook the beets. You can use two 14 oz cans of sliced beets if you prefer. From

    Recipe #427604

    We love this chicken. The marinade whips up in a minute in the food processor or blender. Preparation time does not include time to marinate.

    Recipe #484420

    A tasty salad that is easy to prepare and makes a beautiful presentation.

    Recipe #484417

    A great breakfast, brunch or lunch can be made with these easy to prepare egg cups. Level of heat is determined by the salsa you use.

    Recipe #484414

    Great on chicken. Recipe from El Cholo Restaurant in Los Angeles.

    Recipe #484351

    Recipe #484306

    Braised beef with juicy gravy and fried egg on top. If you can't find Ranchera steaks, try a latin meat market. If you use another kind of steak, try a very thinly sliced chuck steak. You may have to cook it longer for it to be tender. Added later: I see that the Spanish name of this dish is raising a few eyebrows. I gave the Spanish name so that someone familiar with the dish can find it. It has nothing to do with horse, just as a hotdog has nothing to do with dog. Try it - you'll like it!

    Recipe #316852

    This is to easy and delicious. I use a pressure cooker for this, so it is very fast to prepare. The preparation and cooking time does not include about 15 minues of waiting time for meat to cool off. Do not use bottled or fresh salsa for this recipe. It requires the 8 oz canned salsa casera found in the Mexican food section of the market. I use Embassa brand. Herdez brand is almost as good. We usually use this for taquitos. This makes enough for 36 taquitos.

    Recipe #305764

    These are really good - moist and flavorful. Great use for leftover roast turkey or chicken. The green sauce is the type known as "taco sauce". I serve these on shredded iceberg lettuce, topped with sliced radishes, The sides are usually Mexican rice and refried beans, though a lot of times we just eat them plain, as a snack. My kids like to top these with Tapatio sauce or with salsa. One of my friends tops them with sour cream and salsa.

    Recipe #324184

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