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    I got this recipe from by grmil who was born and raised in Mexico City. The secret to its flavor is the cocoa

    Recipe #109685

    After much experimentation with ingredients and ratios, this is my favorite sweet pickle relish. I usually can it when the burpless cukes from the garden get away from me.

    Recipe #130781

    Christmas would not quite be Christmas without these cookies ... just ask my kids. The combination of a peanut butter cookie on the outside with a chocolate covered Reese's minature peanut butter cup pushed into the cookie after baking, is unbeatable. They also look like they were harder to make than they really are.

    Recipe #343100

    These muffins are part of our Thanksgiving tradition. Since we have many dishes for this holiday, I often make these muffins in mini-muffin pans and bake them only half as long.

    Recipe #151975

    This is a refreshing summer salad for a luncheon or light dinner, especially when the peaches are coming fresh off your own trees.

    Recipe #95999

    I got this recipe many years ago from a friend under the name of Viva La Chicken, but that's never what we call it. Regardless of the name, it is one of the favorites in my family and very easy to make. Times do not include letting it sit in the refrigerator overnight.

    Recipe #142207

    This recipe was on a bag of garlic bulbs at a produce stand in the state of Washington. Green beans are not always my favorite vegetable, but this recipe makes them very tasty.

    Recipe #130804

    This spicy Mexican soup recipe came from a Los Angeles area newspaper some 30 years ago.

    Recipe #169881

    This vegetarian main dish takes a bit of time and energy so we usually fix it for special occasions or company. Served with a salad and rolls, it is a beautiful gourmet meal.

    Recipe #117132

    This is sort of a non-pasta version of lasagna with a lot of vegetables. Quite yummy and healthy at the same time.

    Recipe #268840

    The cheesy crust is what makes this the best spinach quiche I've ever had. The recipe by Mary Proctor came from a cookbook by World Missionary Evangelism, Inc.

    Recipe #126406

    This is another of our favorite recipes from Colonial Williamsburg. Although we always include it in our Thanksgiving menu, we also eat this one for dinner at many other times of year.

    Recipe #151969

    The prep for this salad can be done days ahead, then tossed together just before serving. It travels well and even the teenagers gobble it up.

    Recipe #111320

    This is an easy crockpot dinner with a Pacific Island style sauce ... a favorite in my family.

    Recipe #169855

    When we visited Williamsburg VA, we went to all the inns and taverns in the historic district. Then we bought a cookbook and made a new Thanksgiving tradition centered around many of the historic recipes. This is our Thanksgiving soup.

    Recipe #114169

    I like to make this dry mix to keep on hand in my pantry. It makes whipping up a fresh batch of ranch dressing quick and easy -- just add the mayo and buttermilk. This is an adaptation of recipe #47249

    Recipe #100314

    I developed this recipe from ideas I found on a website about Honduras. It takes the "bland" out of tilapia, which is nice for a change.

    Recipe #307590

    There are many kinds of breakfast egg casseroles, but for my children, this is the one that makes Christmas Christmas. I make it the day before and the first person up on Christmas morning pops it in the oven. Prep time does not include the overnight in the refrigerator which is necessary.

    Recipe #151965

    Originally from the alaskaseafood.org website.

    Recipe #226312

    My kids love these non-traditional burritos. I love the complimentary protein. And it is so easy!

    Recipe #110889

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