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    I got this recipe from the The Black Kettle (Punta Clara) Cookbook. Tastes sort of like a snow cream!

    Recipe #222048

    Perfect for those Christmas gift baskets, you can put this mix in a nice airtight bag and tuck into mugs, or put in a pretty decorative container.

    Recipe #470477

    My mom always made these cookies for Valentine’s Day when I was growing up. It reminds me of home!

    Recipe #88278

    I got this recipe from Sandra Lee's Semi Homemade. Creamy and delicious and perfect with bagel chips!

    Recipe #384735

    I got this recipe from a Tried and True recipe board, and tweaked it until I got it right. Tastes much like the salsa you get at the Mexican places around my area.

    Recipe #365208

    My sister, Ashley, sent me this recipe. It comes from Historic Restaurants of Alabama by Gay Martin. This recipe is served in the Little River Café in Ft. Payne, Alabama.

    Recipe #128759

    From Tastefully Simple "Hot pepper sauce and a jalapeno pepper give this snappy sauce just the right amount of zip. It makes a great dip for tortilla chips or a tangy sauce for tacos and fajitas. "This is always a big hit at parties and office gathering," writes Barbara Sellers of Shreveport, Louisiana. "I even make it for my mother when she needs to bring a dip to a party."

    Recipe #435847

    With orange juice and ginger ale to tone down the grape juice, this punch is wonderful served at any party. Also, add whatever liquor you'd like if you want to make it a cocktail.

    Recipe #85940

    I bought some at The Green Market for scones and thought "I can make it better than that." And I was right. This is so much fresher and lighter!

    Recipe #506886

    Oh, this chunky creamy dip is so delicious. Let it sit at room temperature before serving so you can just dip it, otherwise it is too firm.

    Recipe #396654

    Nice, tart salad that came from Taste of Home magazine.

    Recipe #284754

    Attractive and zesty, a favorite! I made this for a baby shower and it was a hit!

    Recipe #186278

    This recipe was given to me by my Mother-in-law, who got it from her mom: Gramma Robare.

    Recipe #305417

    This is delicious, and the children just LOVE it!

    Recipe #87966

    Viola Geyer, Uhrichsville, Ohio, dresses up brunches with a decadent dressing that she makes in a dash. She dollops the heavenly four-ingredient sauce over refreshing red and green grapes.

    Recipe #422059

    Simple way to spice up your can of refried beans.

    Recipe #511920

    From Taste of Home magazine: "“Between working full-time, going to school and raising three children, finding time-saving recipes that my family will eat is one of my biggest challenges,” relates Amy Grim of Chillicothe, Ohio. “These pizzas take very little time and pack a huge amount of flavor.”

    Recipe #416645

    This guacamole is wonderful, and I didn't even use the best avocados, as they weren't in season. The only thing I'd add was more salt, but that can be a personal preference. Easier to start with the suggested 1/2 teaspoon and taste your way up. I got this one from an old Onelist I was on: Mary's Recipe Swap.

    Recipe #444492

    My old roomie guarded this secret recipe with her life, but I found a way to get it. Delicious on hamburgers and steaks.

    Recipe #511092

    From Kathy Hodge in Osceola, Arkansas. Perfect for Thanksgiving!

    Recipe #341373

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