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    This soup has so much flavor, and I love the fact that I am sneaking in some extra veggies that are not always well-received in my household. Keep and eye on the habaneros to make sure they don't fall apart, thus making the soup very spicy. By cooking the habeneros whole, you flavor the soup with their delicious flavore without making it spicy for the wimps in your family.

    Recipe #238100

    These are fantastic, thin crispy gingersnaps. These were always included in our Christmas cookie platter. They freeze great too.

    Recipe #235508

    This was our traditional Christmas Eve dinner. I loved it, my sister, not so much. It is very rich, but very delicious. My mom would serve it over smashed boiled potatoes.

    Recipe #235433

    I made a batch of queso blanco, and decided it needed something to give it some zing. If you cannot find the Crema Mexicana, substitute 1 1/2 cups heavy whipping cream for the crema and half-and-half. For a change of pace, divide the batch of queso before you add the chipotle, so you have a mild queso and a zippy queso.

    Recipe #234740

    This is a great make-ahead salad for a luncheon or a potluck. The crunchiness and freshness of this salad makes it very popular. I made this for my step-daughters bridal shower, and there was not a dot left.

    Recipe #234513

    This is an wonderful salad for a potluck or picnic. It is gorgeous to look at and delicious to taste. It is very forgiving, add or adjust ingredients or seasonings as you desire. You might want to add a tad more vinegar depending on how tart you like your salads. I adapted this salad from a cous cous recipe from Silvia Lehrer/and Charlie from another site. You could add some cooked shrimp to this salad to make it a little more substantial.

    Recipe #234499

    I adapted this recipe from Wildflour's recipe #113150. I am trying to make some meals and snacks that can be frozen and later thawed and cooked, for those hectic nights, when fast food becomes a temptation. I came up with this variation because I had all these things in the pantry or refrigerator, and I wanted to use them up.

    Recipe #234371

    I love chicken livers prepared almost any way. I obtained this delicious recipe from an online friend named Bubba.

    Recipe #234347

    I adapted this delious moist turkey breast from a recipe called Mimi's Sticky Chicken. She used a whole chicken, and I decided to try it out with a whole bone-in turkey breast. The rub is fantastic, and the turkey turned very moist and delicious. Make sure you make a rich turkey stock with the leftover carcass and skin. The one day prep time includes the overnight marinading.

    Recipe #234125

    This delicious tuna salad is wonderful served in tomatoes or avocadoes, in a sandwich or with crackers. You may want to add a little more mayo to taste

    Recipe #224964

    This easy delicious slaw is a wonderful side dish with grilled chicken. If you like heat, I would add a little garlic chile paste to the dressing. You could also sub Splenda for the sugar, making it good for those low carbing or Diabetic.

    Recipe #224449

    This easy to make, delicious beef noodle soup makes a wonderful lunch. The cinnamon is not overpowering and really compliments the flavor of this brothy soup. Forget chicken soup when you are sick, this one will put you back on your feet in no time!

    Recipe #211080

    I based this recipe on a black bean recipe posted by Diana/NYC that uses a "sofrito" made with Spanish olive oil. It would be good with some black beans and corn added to it also. Try and find Spanish olive oil, it adds so much flavor to this healthy fiber filled dish.

    Recipe #211016

    I have been trying for years to formulate a great tasting "fresh" salsa. This is it. If you like a milder salsa, start out with one jalapeno and work your way up the heat scale.

    Recipe #208329

    I was experimenting with some ideas that I had for making candy for my holiday baskets, and came up with this twist on peanut brittle. I loved it, and found it so addicting, that I had to send it all home with my stepdaughter.

    Recipe #195807

    This soup is a delightful change of pace for the holidays. If you omit the sour cream garnish, this recipe is Vegan which is always nice to offer to those guests who are vegetarians.

    Recipe #191959

    This is a soup that I used to sell at my Farmer's Market, that was very popular. If you omit the sour cream garnish, this recipe is Vegan. Besides being Vegan, it is delicious.

    Recipe #191957

    This is a delicious hardy soup, full of vegetables. Feel free to use as many veggies as you please. I like to add some green beans and peas sometimes. Actually, this is a good "clean out your vegetable crisper" soup. This freezes well also. On occasion, I have used frozen meatballs. It was still good, but not nearly as good using home made meatballs.

    Recipe #191956

    My family loves this chili. For some reason, people do not always like kidney beans, but love other beans. I like to use all black beans, all pinto beans, or a mixture of half and half. This freezes very well, and is great with a nice corn bread and salad.

    Recipe #191713

    I love chowders, shrimp and spice, so what is not to like about this soup. I like to add a dollop of my "house salsa", which is a mixture of habeneros and chipotles in adobo sauce. It is also in this cookbook. Be careful though, it is really hot, but lots of flavor.

    Recipe #191708

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