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    1 Reviews |  By amdorn

    This dip was given to me by my cousin; it is super simple; 3 ingrediants. Great with just about any type of fruit. It is also great for parents who have kids that don't really like fruit, this will get them to eat it and more of it. Also it is super simple to double for larger gatherings. It's always a hit at any party I throw.

    Recipe #432282

    This is an easy and pretty simple recipe. I kind of made it up as I went along. It is easily modified for your taste. Some times I add Rotel if I have it if not I don't. It's the base of the pasta salad and then I build from there. Enjoy

    Recipe #432185

    We like to describe it as a poor mans lasagna. My mom came up with this recipe years ago; I don't know where she found it and it was always a treat when she made it. It is always better the next day after the flavors get a chance to meld together. You can pretty much change or add cheese as you desire. I also double the tomato sauce recipe because it seems like I never have enough. This is great to make large batches and freeze.

    Recipe #432004

    1 Reviews |  By amdorn

    Very robust, hearty, and perfect to cook ahead of time in large batches and freeze for later use in the colder months when the fresh produce is not available. I use fresh home grown tomatos and peppers for this recipe

    Recipe #431269

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