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    this is one I developed over the years. It's mine, not from a book or anything.

    Recipe #91341

    Posted in response to a request. Since traditional Chiles Rellenos are cooked in the corn husk and good ones are not always available to all people all the time am posting a variation using phyllo pastry. The combination of spices I got from the few mexican dishes my grandma shared with me.

    Recipe #91766

    for when you just have to have something sweet and crunchy. this is an excellent addition to your home made trail mix.

    Recipe #91568

    I had to develop something that 1. I liked and 2. didn't contain any peanuts or grape or palm products in it for allergy reasons. Most commercial bars have one or more of the above.

    Recipe #92695

    a great snack food.

    Recipe #91408

    posted in response to a request. filling is almost the same as the one for my vegetarian chile rellenos, though a bit milder because the spices don't have to compete with the biting heat of the serrano or anaheim chiles.

    Recipe #91765

    This is used in Middle Eastern and North African cooking. It adds a wonderful kick to stews (tagines), etc. Use just a pinch or so - it's pretty strong. Store just as you would any other spice mix.

    Recipe #77812

    This is something I 'created' many, many years ago when I was trying to make something out of dates that my (then) boyfriend was reluctant to eat. Very High Sugar Content.

    Recipe #81511

    Good for breakfast or brunch. Great way to use up leftover mashed potatoes. This is posted in response to a request. I am uncertain of the origin of this recipe and deeply apologize to the creator of it for being unable to give them due credit.

    Recipe #81547

    I came up with this as an entry into the Ready Set Cook summer 2004 contest.

    Recipe #92957

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