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    This is a variation of recipe #93358 (Kittencal's Seafood Cream Cheese Quiche). I changed the size to 1 quiche, and changed a couple of the ingredients. For the pie shell, I use a Pillsbury refrigerated pie crust.

    Recipe #439170

    This is a recipe that originally came from Robin Miller (Quick Fix Meals) on the Food Network. I re-sized the recipe for 3 people. My DH and I absolutely loved this one! If you can't find Cellophane Noodles, they might be called Bean Threads in your area. This recipe might also be good with some chopped red sweet pepper, or some thawed frozen peas added in step # 5.

    Recipe #438756

    This recipe came from an aunt of mine who passed away about 30 years ago. She was a fabulous cook and this is one of the recipes that's been passed down from her. It's very easy and inexpensive to make, contains ingredients that you probably have in your pantry, and is one of my very treasured recipes that I make frequently. Thanks, Aunt Ann! You can add 1 T instant coffee with the cocoa in order to make this kind of mocha tasting. If you don't use all of the sauce, you can store leftovers in the refrigerator and zap in the microwave before serving again. You can also increase the amount of water to 1/2 C if you want a thinner sauce.

    Recipe #367073

    This recipe is from the Colorado Cache cookbook. I was given some rhubarb by a friend several years ago, and when I looked for a recipe to use it, this is the one I came up with. It has since become one of our favorites and is a recipe that I like to fix for Easter dinner.

    Recipe #365556

    1 Reviews |  By Kendra*

    My DH and I lived in the Azores (a group of Portuguese islands) for two years during his career in the U.S. Air Force. It was quite an experience and we made some really good friends while we were there, but we were sometimes very isolated from our friends and families who lived in the States. This recipe is from a wonderful cook who we met when we lived there. Thanks to Bobbie True! It was very easy to make for a party when the supply planes couldn't get in because of the weather. If you prefer, you can poach some chicken then chop it. But when we couldn't get anything but canned, we had to use what was available! I like to serve this with a green salad or some refried beans and some warm flour tortillas.

    Recipe #350243

    This recipe came from www.lowcarbfriends.com. This is very, very tart, so if you don't care for that taste, you probably won't like this. I served this with my Recipe #101600 and Bergy's Recipe #71739.

    Recipe #344881

    1 Reviews |  By Kendra*

    I got this recipe from another website, but I have no idea which one. It's different from most other stuffed mushroom recipes I've found here, and is a wonderful appetizer for a Mexican meal. As a bonus, these are relatively low-fat. My personal preference is to use smaller mushrooms, just enough for a mouthful. Otherwise, it gets pretty messy! Please note, the stuffing mix should be unseasoned. No matter how hard I try, the database automatically adds the word "seasoned" to the phrase "stuffing mix".

    Recipe #343898

    1 Reviews |  By Kendra*

    This recipe is based on one from Paula Deen on the Food Network website. These fries were spicy, but nowhere nearly as hot as I thought they would be. Very, very good served with Ranch dip made with extra garlic. I've made this using both french fries and Tater Tots. Both were outstanding! Beware, this recipe is NOT low fat!

    Recipe #333244

    1 Reviews |  By Kendra*

    This is a recipe I developed when I couldn't find one that was exactly what I wanted. This is a good side dish recipe for many different menus. It's also very versatile. You can add any different kind of veggies along with the onion (celery, peas, zucchini, carrots, tomatoes, corn). I use tri-color couscous in this recipe, but any kind will work.

    Recipe #330508

    This recipe is from Food Network (Angie Ketterman). I'm posting for nutritional counts.

    Recipe #325616

    This recipe was in the Seattle Times August 20, 2008. It's different from other black bean and corn salads I think because of the lime juice. When I made it, I used only one can of beans and that was plenty for us. I also used garlic salt instead of regular salt. This is a very good and refreshing salad that goes well with Mexican food. I think it would also be good with a couple of fresh, seeded, and minced jalapenos added.

    Recipe #325216

    I saw a different recipe for this salad on a Bobby Flay Food Network show and it got me thinking. I combined watermelon and jicama with my basic recipe for pineapple salsa (recipe #132536), made a couple of additional changes and came up with this recipe. Since this recipe is an invention on my part, all ingredients are, of course, variable according to your own personal taste. Cooking time is chilling time. We think this a winner and hope you like it, too!

    Recipe #323811

    This recipe was in the Seattle Times on Aug 20, 2008. I made a couple of changes based on personal preference. This soup is similar to Gazpacho, but has some different veggies. It's very good on hot summer days. If you can't find Cilantro salsa, you can add 2 T minced cilantro in step #2.

    Recipe #321896

    I made up this recipe after experimenting with several different recipes from many different sources. I like to serve this with recipe #101790 (Oriental Cucumber Salad) and either potstickers or hot and sour soup. You can also make it with other meats like chicken or pork, or rice instead of noodles. This is one of my DH's favorite meals.

    Recipe #319827

    3 Reviews |  By Kendra*

    This recipe came from the Food Network show, Cooking For Real. I haven't made it yet, but it sounds like just the kind of thing to have while doing some outdoor cooking. I'm posting here so I don't lose it and for nutrition counts.

    Recipe #317493

    1 Reviews |  By Kendra*

    I was looking for a recipe for an Asian kind of cole slaw to put on top of salmon patty burgers for dinner. But I really didn't want a recipe that used ramen noodles. So I used only the ingredients I wanted, and came up with this one. I used shredded angel hair cabbage mix, but I'm sure it would also work with other kinds of cabbage or broccoli mixes. We think it's a winner, and I hope you all like it too.

    Recipe #309490

    1 Reviews |  By Kendra*

    I combined parts of several different recipes to come up with this one, and am very happy with the result. As with all pizzas, any number of ingredients can be placed on top of the sauce, depending on your personal preferences. But I really do think the sauce is the key to this recipe. The sauce for this pizza is based on the sauce from The California Pizza Kitchen for their Thai Chicken Pizza.

    Recipe #299520

    I invented this recipe because I wanted something with a little more flavor than just plain roasted potatoes. This might also be good with other flavors of salad dressing mixes (Fiesta Ranch, Herb and Garlic, Mediterranean). You might also want to add some cheese. I sometimes add some chile powder to the seasoning mixture. Just use your imagination.

    Recipe #298192

    3 Reviews |  By Kendra*

    I had this dish for dinner at Longhi's Restaurant in Maui when my husband and I went to Hawaii on vacation recently. My husband had the same dish for dinner a couple of days later, but his was made with scallops instead of shrimp. We both fell in love with it. What's not to love about seafood cooked in a scampi-style sauce then served over garlic toast? The original recipe was developed by Chef and Owner Bob Longhi. I've changed a couple of things to reflect our preferences. And as an aside, be sure not to toast the bread too long, or it becomes too hard and crunchy to eat!

    Recipe #297072

    1 Reviews |  By Kendra*

    I developed this recipe after I couldn't find what I was looking for. I think they turned out awfully good!

    Recipe #270518

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