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    Rustic Jicama Appetizer w/ Red Chile & Lime (Entremes de Jicama)taken from Rick Bayless "Mexican Kitchen", posted on Chowhound.com to rave reviews. The original post called for cilantro, which I have omitted because of an allergy.

    Recipe #159656

    3 Reviews |  By CeeBee

    Found this on one of my favorite food blog websites (culinary in the desert). It was originally adapted from CL. I could not find sage honey, so I used clover honey instead.

    Recipe #159570

    8 Reviews |  By CeeBee

    I found this recipe online years ago and I've been making it ever since. I make this every year for St. Patrick's Day and get requests for it just about every other day of the year as well. Serve with LOTS of butter.

    Recipe #159569

    2 Reviews |  By CeeBee

    Another recipe that I found online years ago and have been making ever since. Isn't the internet a wonderful thing? This makes a ton of cookies. You'll need a couple of really big mixing bowls for this one. Courtesy of someone named Jaylor on allrecipes.com

    Recipe #159568

    2 Reviews |  By CeeBee

    Unlike the gingersnaps that many people I know make for the holidays, these ginger cookies are soft and chewy. They make the house smell wonderful while they are baking. Posted by someone named Amy Sacha on another website.

    Recipe #159567

    This is an extremly modified version of walnut crescent cookies that I got from my foodie friend Linda. First of all, I use pecans rather than walnuts. Second, I don't make them into crescents, I roll them into balls. Either way, they are delicious, addictive and never last long on the cookie tray during the holidays.

    Recipe #159566


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