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    Recipe #6540

    A few years ago, I saw this recipe in a magazine just before we left for vacation. As soon as we reached our destination, I went to the supermarket and purchased the ingredients. We drank these every day of vacation. That was the best vacation ever!

    Recipe #95236

    This dip is as easy as uno, dos, tres! Serve with sturdy tortilla chips. We like Tostitos Gold.

    Recipe #102895

    Over-ripe bananas, like death and taxes, are inevitable. After you have tried a few of the 446 banana bread recipes on this site, try this instead! This makes a thick, rich shake-like drink. Yum!

    Recipe #98514

    Enjoy strawberry daiquiris, even when strawberries are not in season.

    Recipe #99140

    I found this while looking for unique dessert ideas. Unlike a traditional fondue this is not heated; it is served chilled or at room temperature. I have not tried this.

    Recipe #322495

    A taste of the tropics that serves a group. Perfect for summer get-togethers.

    Recipe #94338

    This is a must for peanut butter lovers. Delicious served over waffles.

    Recipe #93718

    This DOES NOT taste anything like A-1 or Heinz 57. However, it does add something special to a plain grilled steak.

    Recipe #95530

    This is different (and delicious) because it is oil and vinegar based. The blue cheese is blended until smooth, so there is blue cheese flavor in every drop of dressing.

    Recipe #93819

    I adopted this recipe in the recipe adoption of February 2005. I haven't made any changes to the recipe except to clarify/correct the ingredients and instructions. For instance, in the original recipe, the first ingredient was listed as "1 cup tangerine" instead of "1 cup Tang". The option to add rum was included in the original instructions. For research purposes, of course I had to try it with rum ;-). I highly recommend the version with rum; I will probably be drinking this nightly for the rest of the winter.

    Recipe #7124

    An easy appetizer with just four ingredients that is so good! The flavor of the shrimp really comes through.

    Recipe #99308

    I make this every time we go on a road trip; it's great for snacking on the road. You can either pack it in a couple of large bowls, or into individual zip top bags for the kids. It makes lots!

    Recipe #119178

    I adopted this recipe in the February 2005 recipe adoption. This one may end up being my problem child; I just don't know what to do with it. I made this as directed in the recipe, but just can't see eating it plain as a salad. So I spread it on a torilla with some lettuce, sliced tomato and sliced avocado for a veggie wrap sandwich. It was actually quite good. My other ideas are to 1) pack into a measuring cup and turn out onto a green salad, or 2) add to pasta and Italian dressing for a pasta salad, or 3) Add as a topping on a hearty sandwich, like roast beef and pumpernickel. If anyone has any other ideas, I'd love to hear them!

    Recipe #3188

    So easy to make and tastes so much better than the bottled stuff.

    Recipe #115356

    A hearty snack for two or three. This is not an "eat with your fingers" type of nachos. You definitely need a fork for this one!

    Recipe #97193

    The addition of black beans makes this a hearty dish for supper or anytime. This is nicely spiced, but not overly hot.

    Recipe #90993

    Author Sue Grafton describes this sandwich in her book "Q is for Quarry". The protagonist moans in joy when she first tastes this. From the description, I just knew I had to try it. This is very good! You may be tempted to add mustard or other condiments, but don't. The flavors stand on their own.

    Recipe #97357

    Adapted from TOH Simple & Delicious magazine, January/February 2010.

    Recipe #414122

    When we have fish, I love to prepare Tilapia. This one is so good and so easy. This is ready in less than 15 minutes.

    Recipe #97267

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