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    When we want a quick vegetarian dish in our house, we usually make this. I like to eat this with basmati rice (always my preferred rice), and a cucumber and mint raita.

    Recipe #147955

    This recipe comes from Family Circle magazine. I made it for a church homecoming dinner and everyone really liked it. It is great for those caramel and chocolate lovers!

    Recipe #105690

    My mom tried this a party from her work years ago. I have been eating this since I was a child and had made it numerous occasions. It is great for potlucks and picnics; the colors in this salad are pretty.

    Recipe #104286

    I saw this recipe in the Atlanta Journal Constitution several years ago. Being that I love punch bowl cake, I thought why not to try this one! I made this last Christmas and everyone loved it. It also red and green colors for Christmas!

    Recipe #104285

    As a child, I would attend parties and would be given this fruit salad. I recently found out by watching someone make this at a Christmas party that it has just a few ingredients. Make sure that you save some for yourself, because it will go quite fast! It is delicious!

    Recipe #103682

    This was a quick and easy lunch while I was attending college. My good friend, Miyuki said that she used to make this when she lived in Japan. It brings back fond memories.

    Recipe #235098

    This cornbread is a bit different from the traditional cornbread recipe; I truly enjoy eating this.

    Recipe #115104

    Here is another cute and yummy recipe from Family Fun magazine that kids will just love!

    Recipe #121982

    I have been using this for years to remove my eye makeup; it came from a magazine and is quite gentle, easy to make and nonirritating on the eyes.

    Recipe #130708

    This recipe is from Alton Brown; it comes from www.foodnetwork.com.

    Recipe #106542

    My cousin's wife from Muscat, Oman came to visit my family and I and made this for us. This is her creation. It is an unique combination for pachadi, but I like the tart/hot mixture. Whenever pomegranate is available, I like to make this.

    Recipe #111488

    This recipe comes from a book called "Classroom Treats." This is a variation of "pigs in a blanket." The pretzel stick legs separate mature bugs from legless adolescent grubs.

    Recipe #137836

    This comes from the Corpening twins' book Super Smoothies.

    Recipe #140536

    I love King's Hawaiian bread and Nutella, and I thought to combine them to make a sweet and filling snack.

    Recipe #121978

    I found this in a book called "Classroom Treats." It is great for the autumn season and reminds me of a variation of a Rice Krispies Bar.

    Recipe #137835

    My mom invented this recipe many years ago and it is great to eat for breakfast, or with rice. I like to eat it with ketchup. My son always wants more!

    Recipe #115599

    This is from the Corpening twins' book Super Smoothies.

    Recipe #140538

    This recipe comes from Scott Peacock, chef at the Horseradish Grill in Atlanta, Georgia. I was browsing through my books and found this in "Official Guide to Atlanta and the Olympic Summer Games."

    Recipe #111756

    This comes from "Christmas with Southern Living 2000."

    Recipe #147969

    I tried this at my cousin's house in Muscat, Oman and thought how creative it was. Although we use limes, we still call it lemonade. We make this in our house often. This lemonade is made in a blender.

    Recipe #136119

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