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    Here's another lovely dish from Costco Connection magazine. I think this salad would be a nice starter for Thanksgiving.

    Recipe #393458

    Here is a much healthier recipe for jalapeno poppers. The peppers are stuffed with mushrooms, zucchini, corn and manchego cheese. These poppers get baked in the oven. Wouldn't these be nice to serve out by the pool with a margarita. Yum! I think yes!

    Recipe #432632

    My Mother passed away this past May and I'm posting as many recipes as I can find from her for safe keeping. All her recipes are handwritten so its time to get them in a safe place. So here's another one of our family favorites that my mom made while growing up. These are easy to prepare and cook in the oven. They have a nice flavor more savory then smoky. They come out of the oven nice and tender. YUM, I haven't made these in years I think its time!

    Recipe #390759

    Here's a healthy quick and tasty recipe from Olympic Gold Medalist Brian Boitano. I can't wait to make this. It looks fantastic! I plan on using whole wheat pasta. Here's to good health and good eats! Enjoy!

    Recipe #429005

    This quick bread is healthy and delicious! Serve it with your favorite tea or coffee. You can cut the sugar in half if you like..

    Recipe #453731

    I love chicken tortilla soup. After eating it several times at one of my favorite restaurants I decided to make it myself. This is the recipe I came up with. In this recipe the measurements are not exact as I tend to not measure. It's based on my taste buds. Feel free to add or lessen to make it suitable for your taste buds.

    Recipe #412520

    This is the recipe that I use for the Cut out frosted butter cookies. This recipe is also in the Best Foods of Christmas cookbook. I always double this recipe so we have plenty of frosting to go around for everyone to decorate. I also divide the frosting into thirds. I'll take one bowl of frosting and add red food coloring to make it pink and add peppermint extract. In another bowl of frosting I'll add green food coloring for green frosting. In the other bowl of frosting I keep it white for white frosting. YEAH now for the FUN part.

    Recipe #392061

    Recipe from my local paper. Calls for boneless chicken thighs but you could also use boneless chicken breast. Serve this over greens or a bed of steamed rice.

    Recipe #475836

    When I ask my Husband or Daughter what special meal would they like me to make them for their Birthday often the response is TACOS!!! Even though to me they are so simple to make! I like Lawrys Taco seasoning the best.

    Recipe #387930

    This recipe comes from Cooking Light magazine. Just in time for St. Patrick's Day! This dish is more authentic than the traditional corned beef and cabbage that we eat here. The Irish bacon is also leaner than American bacon Please keep the recipe authentic and do not substitute the boiling bacon for American bacon because the recipe will not turn out right.

    Recipe #416580

    From my local newspaper. I enjoy quick breads. I like interesting combinations like this one. Lemon and dried apricots. YUMMY!

    Recipe #475834

    I found this recipe in my local newsoaper. I think this would make a lovely Christmas coffee drink.

    Recipe #474271

    This was one of my favorite meals that my Mom made when I was growing up.Its easy and affordable to make. It really sticks to your ribs.I serve this with homemade mashed potatoes. YUM! Kids love this recipe as well! Well heres the recipe In Loving Memory of My Mother........

    Recipe #387293

    This is the recipe that goes with the Mushroom Walnut loaf. However you can also serve this with steamed vegetables or brown rice or whatever you like.

    Recipe #390795

    I was a vegetarian about 10 years ago and I was always trying to find good creative vegetarian dishes. My husband took me to this vegetarian restaurant called The Spot in Hermosa Bch., CA. The food there was AWESOME! They had a cookbook and I bought it! This is one of the recipes in it. I made it years ago and it was FAB! Serve this with the Mushroom Walnut Gravy that I will post next. You don't have to be vegertarian to enjoy this dish! Actually I prefer this over regular meatloaf. =)

    Recipe #390775

    This is a great recipe to make on a cold rainy day! It makes the house feel warm and cozy. Its also nice to make when a loved one doesn't feel well. Its so much better than the canned stuff. This is one of my families favorites and another recipe I learned from my mom =)

    Recipe #388353

    I made these cookies with my mom when I was young. My daughter and I now make these every year for Christmas keeping the tradition going. This recipe comes out of a darling cookbook dated 1947 called Best Loved Foods of Christmas. The pictures and graphics are so adorable. Baking the cookies isn't always the fun part but the decorating is a blast! My daughter asks me every year about SUMMER time Mom, can we make Cutout cookies again this year LOL! I always say YES most certainly! The time it takes to make these is worth the time. If you share these with others you will get so many compliments! When I make these I break it up into a 2 day job. First day we bake the cookies and next day we decorate. These cookies also store well. I store them in a big air tight plastic container. Anyways have a blast making these. Your children or Grandchildren will grow up having fond memories of you and them baking these as I do with my Mother!

    Recipe #392135

    This bread is very good! A light and somewhat spicey gingerbread. The house smell good while baking. One of the ingredients is tea. I thought an orange spice tea would be nice but for me it took away from the fresh orange rind and juice. I would recommend using something else. I might try using a green tea next. The recipe also calls for molasses but I used honey instead. I think the honey made it less sweet but still very good.

    Recipe #453732

    This is a recipe that I made up one day inspired by Chile Rellano. Its very simple to make and a great way to spice up scrambled eggs. I usually make this on the weekends for my family.

    Recipe #387934

    I have been baking this bread for over 20 years. I'm not sure where I got the recipe from but its a KEEPER! It is very moist and makes the house smell like AUTUMN. This recipe makes 2 loaves.

    Recipe #390453

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