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    This is a slightly spicy version of a noodle bake. It goes well with any dish where you would serve noodles or pasta. I call it Tex-Mex because it utilizes Pepper Jack Cheese, a Tex-Mex fav, and some taco seasoning with traditional noodle bake ingredients. If you can't find the "No Yolk" noodles, use extra wide.

    Recipe #474873

    There are several restaurants across the country who have had a secret sauce: Bob's, Big Boy, Goff's, McDonalds, etc., and they are all basically a variation of 1000 Island Dressing. Somehow the copycat recipes for these restaurants don't really work for me, plus I wanted something kids would love and not refuse to eat because of what's in it. The trick, I guess, is not to have anything they can see to be picky about. And this sauce is just great on a wedge of lettuce.

    Recipe #474870

    Once I hit on the right ingredients for a muffin recipe utilizing jam, as fresh fruit is getting ever more expensive in my area, these are now a keeper. Any jam or preserve will work. They freeze fine, so can be made in big batches.

    Recipe #474868

    Ready, Set, Cook! Special Edition Contest Entry. Mexicans often include potatoes in tacos, burritos, and other tortilla dishes. These breakfast burritos are delicious and easy to prepare, and I got the idea from eating at a taco stand in Mexico City. Why not put a Tex-Mex twist on breakfast burritos by utilizing American cheese, and hickory smoked bacon with eggs and diced potatoes? It's always a hit.

    Recipe #474764

    I started an herb garden this spring and made cuttings to get the plants more sun. Thus, I had to quickly find a way to use the fresh herbs, or freeze them. This dressing works great with salad greens, and if you are like me, you are not beneath looking for a snack in the middle of the night, armed with saltine crackers to dip into something.

    Recipe #474119

    This simple salad (and variations) is served in many Greek restaurants in Athens. I never had a meal out where I wasn't happy to have this served with fresh baked bread. The trick is to make it, let it "sweat" a half hour before serving, then dip your bread pieces in the bottom of the bowl. Major yummy. If you can purchase good-quality feta from an international or Greek grocery, so much the better.

    Recipe #474117

    I made this sauce one day by fooling around with a recipe in "Border Cooking." I had on hand some great homemade chicken broth and a fresh batch of my Diablo Dust (chile powder made with guajillos and anchos). A good quality chile powder like Gephardt's works nicely, and canned broth should be fine, although, I think homemade is superior. Use this sauce for huevos rancheros, egg dishes, burritos, chimichangas, enchiladas, etc. It is not a table sauce, but is best for topping hot foods.

    Recipe #474115

    This tasty dish takes a few minutes to prepare. Serve with Mexican Rice and zucchini sauteed in butter /olive oil and oregano.

    Recipe #474114

    Super easy, flavorful chicken. If you're not on a low carb diet, serve it with mac and cheese.

    Recipe #473802

    A classic dressing given a southwestern twist. Serve on salads, burgers, or add some horseradish for shellfish dishes.

    Recipe #473693

    This tart and sweet sauce is great on meat and poultry, and other grilled and smoked foods.

    Recipe #473691

    Easy, cheap, and delicious "homemade" hot sauce for chipotle lovers.

    Recipe #473686

    Wonderful, basic, easy salad that will disappear quickly. Add other veggies like squash, onion, or whatever you like.

    Recipe #473673

    This is a bulk recipe for use on steaks, burgers, and other beef dishes. Stores easily.

    Recipe #473464

    Hatch chiles make their appearance in Texas groceries in late summer/early fall. I always grab a bushel and make this yummy sauce to eat immediately and then can the rest. To me, the secret to many Tex-Mex and southwestern sauces utilizing chicken stock is a really flavorful homemade stock. At least, buy stock in cartons, not cans. If you can't find Hatch peppers, use Anaheims or New Mexico green chiles. This sauce is for general purpose cooking, and is a great dipping sauce, too.

    Recipe #473266

    Easy, cheap hot sauce with a bbq flavor kick. Basic recipe to which you can add as much hot sauce as you'd like.

    Recipe #473265

    This is a homemade seasoning I developed to make and store in large batches, because I cater so much Tex-Mex food. I use it anywhere chili/chile powder is called for, and it tastes a whole lot better than taco and fajita seasonings found in grocery stores. If you cannot find guajillo or ancho chile powder, you will have to make your own, or mail-order them. How to grind your own is in the directions near the end.* You can also use this seasoning as a grilling or smoking rub. For fajitas, marinate the meat in pineapple juice, then rub this seasoning on the meat, along with some oil, and grill.

    Recipe #473264

    Easy to make recipe, which Buffalo wing lovers will like. Serve with a salad with ranch or blue cheese dressing.

    Recipe #473263

    This a my copycat version of Vincent's garlic slaw. They have closed their restaurants in Dallas, so I had to come up with this on my own. It is for serious garlic lovers and vampire hunters only.

    Recipe #473260

    A delicious dressing from a cafe on Rt. 66 ( now closed) for green salads or fruit. You'll eat it with a spoon.

    Recipe #473256


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