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    This recipe was adapted from The Pioneer Woman's blog recipe. Everyone who has tried this salsa absolutely loves it. It is close to my Enough For A Superbowl Party Salsa only a much smaller amount. I think that this would make a great Mexican Gazpacho recipe for summertime. I have found that Hunts brand tomatoes is the best for this recipe. There really is a difference in flavor of brands. I also only use Rotel brand because the flavor is consistent. Here are the heat breakdowns: Mild: 2 cans mild (don't use the jalapeno) Medium: 1 can original, 1 can mild Medium-Hot: 2 can original Hot: 1 can original, 1 can hot Hot-hot: 2 cans hot I hope that makes sense.

    Recipe #420826

    This recipe is adapted from The Pioneer Woman's blog recipe. Everyone who has tried this salsa absolutely loves it. It is close to my Enough For A Superbowl Party Salsa only a much smaller amount. I think that this would make a great Mexican Gazpacho recipe for summertime. I have found that Hunts brand tomatoes is the best for this recipe. There really is a difference in flavor of brands. I also only use Rotel brand because the flavor is consistent. Here are the heat breakdowns: Mild: use mild (and don't use the jalapeno) Rotel Medium: use original Rotel Hot: use hot Rotel

    Recipe #420823

    This recipe was adapted from a poster on another board, Sandi in Hawaii, and we love it. When you are unable to have real sushi, this is a tasty substitution. It is great for a party as everyone can just help themselves. Check out my Lazy Woman California Roll. Don't forget the wasabi!

    Recipe #324410

    This recipe was adapted from a poster on another board, Sandi in Hawaii, and we love it. When you are unable to have real sushi, this is a tasty substitution. It is great for a party as everyone can just help themselves. Check out my Lazy Woman Spicy Tuna Roll. Don't forget the wasabi!

    Recipe #324379

    These chicken wings are addictive and so easy. Cooking times and amounts are approximate. There are never any left when you serve these to friends and family. I didn't put any amounts for the salts, I just sprinkle them on. Also with the oyster sauce, you may want to add a little more if the wings seems too dry. You don't want them dripping in the sauce, you want them well-coated. Adapted from a Helen Chen's recipe from Helen Chen's Chinese Home Cooking, Hearst Books, 1994

    Recipe #306952

    I adapted this recipe for my husband who adores oatmeal cookies. I added dried cranberries and chopped nuts to make them a little healthier. I used a scoop to make them today and I ended up with 43 cookies instead of 48. When I used a tablespoon, I ended up with 48 cookies.

    Recipe #285615

    This recipe is from Marsha Adams' book, "Cooking From Quilt Country". It was given to me from a poster on another board, cheezz, who is a fantastic cook. It freezes well, so you might want to make a double batch and freeze half of it. To reheat, thaw in fridge overnight, and gently reheat it until very hot, but not boiling. I would add some cooked rice when you add the chicken or some chopped cooked potatoes to make a really hearty meal. Serve with some hot bread and a green salad.

    Recipe #277567

    I came up with this recipe when I had a lot of jelly to use up. I have a thing for those Welche's jelly jars. I still have some in my cupboard from when my son was little.

    Recipe #277563

    This is adapted from a recipe by Michelle in CA, from another board. It is easy to put together even if the list of ingredients looks long. You can double the recipe and freeze half of it. If you do that, don't sprinkle the sesame seeds or green onions on until you are ready to serve it. It can be reheated in the crock pot or thawed overnight and reheated in the oven or stovetop.

    Recipe #277561

    I have not made this recipe yet, but it is tried and true by a friend of mine, on another board, Marsha Tbay, a very reliable source. What I like about this recipe is that it is so versatile, you can use chicken, beef or pork to vary it. Personally, I would brown the meat first in a little oil then continue with the recipe. The 8-10 hours is the time it is cooking in the crock pot.

    Recipe #277515

    After an evening of Recipe#248921 and Recipe#23385, I felt like I needed to unclog my arteries a bit and came up with this delicious recipe for chili. I know the ingredients sound like an odd combination, but it is delicious and healthy for you. You can make this big batch and freeze some for later.

    Recipe #249177

    This recipe is from my friend Linda, who has gone to JazzFest since I have known her. This is such a flavorful dish and the French bread is a must for sopping up the delicious sauce. I served this with Recipe#23385 for a birthday dinner, and everyone loved it.

    Recipe #248921

    This delicious recipe is just the right combination of sweet, sour and savory. It is quick and easy to make after a hard day at work, or play, as the case may be. Enjoy!

    Recipe #243387

    I have been looking for this recipe for years, and finally found it. I am posting it here for safe keeping. If it is as good as I remember, it will be a five-star recipe. I made this last night, and it was good. My changes are in parenthesis. I would definitely add the hoisin sauce for a little sweetness.

    Recipe #241902

    You may be able to find the coiled vermicelli or uncoiled in your Mexican grocery section. I found the uncoiled, 8 ounce for $.25. They also had little stars and alphabets at the same price.

    Recipe #239011

    Living in San Diego, refried beans become a staple in your diet, either as a side dish, a meal, or found in a bean and cheese burrito. I always make a batch of these after we have bacon for a meal. The bacon fat really makes this dish. You can substitute black beans for the pintos if you desire.

    Recipe #239007

    This is one of my signature dishes. The sweetness of the caramelized onions really makes this dish, so don't skimp on the time to cook the onions. I always double the recipe and freeze one batch. I usually serve this with refried beans and either a Mexican Rice Pilaf or Sopa de Seca. If serving these with rice and beans, one enchilada per person is what I usually figure on. They are very rich and filling. It helps with rolling these if you heat the tortillas a little before filling them.

    Recipe #239004

    Once you try this pickle relish, you will never buy store-bought again. I usually chop the veggies in my food processor. I pulse them until they are finely chopped but still on the chunky side. You do not want them pureed. I am not sure about the yield, but I think it is approximately 10-12 half-pints. You can easily reduce that quantities and keep refrigerated after placing in the jars. If you are not going to water-bath the jars, make sure you sterilize them either in the oven, the dishwasher, or a pot of boiling water.

    Recipe #238941

    A friend of mine used to make these burgers, and instead of putting the jerk seasoning in the meat, she put it in the caramelized onions. I add more than a teaspoon of the Jerk Seasoning because I like it really spicy. So start out with a little and add until you get the heat level you like.

    Recipe #238796

    This is a tasty way to fix your regular old hamburgers. You can make it as spicy as you like by adding more chopped jalapenos to it, or substitute habaneros for a really zesty burger. It helps a lot if you have everything ready to assemble ahead of time.

    Recipe #238748

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