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    This recipe comes from my Dad, and was a favorite of mine growing up. Now its a staple in our monthly dinner rotation. Its easy to put together, and reheats well as leftovers.

    Recipe #509757

    Enchiladas, how I love thee! I acquired this sauce recipe and assembly method from a college roommate back at Texas A&M, and have been concocting successful variations ever since. Don't be afraid of the amount of chili powder used in the sauce. During cooking, it really mellows out to contribute to a rich, flavorful medium heat enchilada. The filling is simple, but delicious, with a perfect amount of creaminess. Watch out. These are addictive.

    Recipe #509343

    This loaded queso dip is incredibly easy to put together and serves a crowd. It is always a big hit at our parties, and is very easy on the host. What I like about it is how chunky and substantial it is. Tends to be addictive too.

    Recipe #509336

    I love this dish in all forms, and love the adaptability of this recipe. This is a good recipe for beginners to Thai cooking. Pretty impossible to mess up!

    Recipe #498160

    Adapted from a recipe made popular by a food network chef, this simplified version is a crowd pleaser, and can be thrown together in minutes. I made this dip once, and now my friend think its my job to bring it to our get togethers.

    Recipe #498157

    My brother got this recipe from his home economics teacher as a sophmore in high school. Its become a weekend breakfast staple.

    Recipe #494271

    This recipe was one of the first dishes that my mother in law made for me while visiting them in Minnesota. Delicious! It is now a winter time favorite. The herbs and spices can be adjusted for your tastes, and fresh herbs can be substituted depending on availability. Serve with sour cream and crusty Baguette.

    Recipe #452534


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