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    I won grand prize in the Cook's Country Magazine, Best Chicken Salad contest with this delish chicken salad You may sub tuna for the chicken for a great tuna salad; Recipe ##224964.

    Recipe #175794

    This dip can also be used for a burrito filling.

    Recipe #175771

    This is my stepdaughter's recipe for salsa. It is a wonderful salsa that will keep for a couple days in the fridge. It is best with garden fresh tomatoes, when you can find them.

    Recipe #175765

    This easy to make sushi is simply all the ingredients mixed together, and then rolled into maki rolls.

    Recipe #175725

    If you do not have fresh basil available, pesto will work in a pinch. Add a heaping tablespoon to the olives and taste. Add more as needed. I like to use a mixture of half black and half green olives.

    Recipe #175723

    Be sure to use a thickish tortilla chip with this tropical appetizer. This dip will disappear quickly. You may use regular salsa or any fruit salsa you prefer. You may also layer this on a decorative serving dish, which is what I usually do.

    Recipe #175654

    This spread only gets better with age. Be sure to let the flavors meld at least twelve hours.

    Recipe #175649

    This delightful appetizer can also be made using mango chutney instead of the jalapeno jelly. Any pepper jelly will work with this recipe. Serve with water crackers.

    Recipe #175646

    These are a Christmas Eve and Easter tradition in our house.

    Recipe #175641

    These are great for a party because they aren't as juicy as typical teriyaki chicken wings. You can refrigerate these in a zip-loc bag and reheat in microwave. Serve warm or room temperature.

    Recipe #175636

    This is a refreshing change from a plain old fruit salad or fruit tray. This goes wonderfully with Mexican food.

    Recipe #175635

    These are the hot carrots like you get in Mexican restaurants. They are positively addictive. I usually make a batch and share with a friend or neighbor. This recipe comes from a restaurant in San Diego called Alta Vista. It was owned and run by a woman named Mary Sargent. Her loyal customers were saddened when she closed her doors and retired, but at least we are able to make these delicious carrots.

    Recipe #143736

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