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    This chili recipe has been adapted from others to make it my own. The very first time i made it, i was quite impressed and had to share! The cook and prep time is quick, and it packs an awesome kick that isn't too spicy but just perfect. I made this for a potluck at work and it was the first thing to go! Its good without toppings but you can also serve it with sour cream, chives, cheese, etc. You can also add a variety of meats to your own personal preference.

    Recipe #490350

    This is the best apple crisp i have ever tasted! The crisp part tastes like a shortbread cookie! Its a recipe from the food network show Barefoot Contessa. I only used 2 1/2 lbs of apples(about 5) but i prefer my apple crisps more crispy than appley! I also used Gala apples because they just happened to be on sale and it turned out great! You can use your own apple of choice! I also didnt have orange juice or the zests so i just used the bottled lemon juice and it tasted fine.You can also substitute berries, peaches, or any other fruit you like! This crisp also stays crisp if stored in the fridge!

    Recipe #436322


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