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    I love cole slaw and this is my favorite recipe. It's a year round staple in my house. I got this from Quick Cooking magazine. I added onion and celery to the original recipe.

    Recipe #393016

    I got this recipe from a Woman's Day magazine a couple of years ago. It's really easy and quite yummy. A great recipe for a chilly day. I use Trader Joe's jar of Salsa Verde. It's great the next day rolled in a tortilla with a little shredded cheese.

    Recipe #392980

    I cut this recipe out of my local newspaper and altered it slightly to my tastes. This is a great summer supper. Perfect for a hot evening and it looks pretty enough for company when put together in a trifle bowl. Try different lettuces and dressings. It's also a great way to use your garden lettuce, cukes, and tomatoes. Speed up the preparation by using a bag of salad and a bag of shredded carrots. You can make it your own by adding herbs, avocados, artichokes or mushrooms or switching the peas for corn.

    Recipe #383126

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