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    4 Reviews |  By flower7

    Had this at a potluck and had to get the recipe. Have since made it for other things; it is quick, easy, and always a hit! Serving size is just a guess.

    Recipe #190531

    9 Reviews |  By flower7

    I came across a recipe recently that called for dry enchilada mix but I couldn't find it at the store. I searched around a bit and eventually came up with this recipe to use in its place. One recipe is the equivalent of a 1.5 oz package.

    Recipe #306854

    3 Reviews |  By flower7

    I made this up after seeing an episode of Rachael Ray's 30 Minute Meals where she made something similar. I've used Ben & Jerry's Strawberry Kiwi Swirl sorbet in place of the lime sorbet so feel free to substitute your favorite fruity flavor! Goes down fast and smooth so be careful!

    Recipe #175736

    From Guy's Big Bite with Guy Fieri. Like a mixture of Long Island Iced Tea and Grape Soda. Yum! I sometimes add a little extra grape juice (depends on my mood :) )

    Recipe #260670

    3 Reviews |  By flower7

    If you love horseradish, this is the salad dressing for you! Originally from Bon Appetit.

    Recipe #221675

    This is from the book "The Sweet Potato Queens' Book of Love". They are easy, dangerous and delicious!!

    Recipe #116195

    3 Reviews |  By flower7

    I made this up to use some things hanging out in my fridge. It's strong but fresh and fruity. Easily multiplied for more than one serving.

    Recipe #347329

    7 Reviews |  By flower7

    I had some shredded carrot to use and was thinking it would be tasty with peanut butter...after a quick search, I came up with this tasty morsel. Adapted from a cookbook by JoAnna Lund. I've also made this with chopped dried fig in place of the raisins; dried cherries or cranberries would be good too.

    Recipe #364909

    3 Reviews |  By flower7

    This is a quick & easy dressing that I did my best to search for but couldn't find already posted. The original recipe came from a potluck and was on a salad of lettuce, bell pepper, mandarin oranges and sliced almonds. I really like it with a simple salad of lettuce and feta cheese. I had to guess at servings - it makes quite a bit and a little goes a long way. If you don't like sweet dressings, you might want to make another recipe LOL

    Recipe #361733

    1 Reviews |  By flower7

    I had a turkey and brie sandwich recently at a little cafe and really enjoyed it. This is my own spin on the combination. The amounts are all to taste so feel free to use more or less as you wish. :)

    Recipe #330469

    2 Reviews |  By flower7

    This chocolate shake made with ice cream and Heath bars sounded too good to resist! It comes from the book Patio Daddy-O: '50s Recipes With a Modern Twist.

    Recipe #184702

    2 Reviews |  By flower7

    From BHG. This was a nice drink, a little bit different.

    Recipe #342063

    1 Reviews |  By flower7

    From Quick Cooking magazine, with a couple changes. I used mild salsa and then added hot sauce to taste. Feel free to use a hotter salsa and skip the hot sauce, if you wish.

    Recipe #320729

    4 Reviews |  By flower7

    I adopted this from the Recipezaar account. Suggested dippers: veggies, sausage, corn chips, and/or tortilla chips. After making this (7/08) I decided to reduce the amounts of spices - the original recipe called for 1 Tbsp/each, cumin & coriander - I used 1 tsp/each. Please feel free to experiment for your own taste though! :)

    Recipe #7988

    3 Reviews |  By flower7

    I adopted this from the Recipezaar account and updated the ingredients/instructions after making it. Updated again to add capers to ingredients. Serve as a spread for sandwiches or with crackers, veggies, bread cubes, and/or cheese sticks as a dip.

    Recipe #8202

    This is a delicious and unusual hummus recipe that comes courtesy of Linda McCartney (with a few changes). She notes that adding a few chopped fresh spinach leaves will enhance the green color.

    Recipe #113381

    4 Reviews |  By flower7

    I was looking for a recipe for honey french the other day but couldn't find one that was quite what I wanted. I ended up combining various different recipes and this is what resulted.

    Recipe #135295

    7 Reviews |  By flower7

    This is the fudge sauce from my ice cream pie recipe (#7549). It is so rich and wonderful I decided it deserved being posted by itself. I could drink it, it's that good! Makes a great sauce for dipping bananas, brownies or for pouring over ice cream (of course!) Store any left-overs (ha!) in the fridge and reheat in the microwave for about 20 seconds.

    Recipe #130571

    This is my favorite hummus recipe. I adapted it from a recipe out of The Silver Palate Cookbook. Serve with pita bread, naan bread, crackers and/or veggies.

    Recipe #113038

    This was inspired by a recipe I saw on Kraft Foods' website, but made my own way. I really enjoyed the smoky spicy hit from the chipotle in the coleslaw paired with the rest of the ingredients. If you want more spice, use a whole chile instead of half. I like to individually freeze the remaining chiles from the can with a little adobo sauce on each one, then bag and save in the freezer for future recipes.

    Recipe #436288

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