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    I got this recipe from a box of store brand (Sunny Select) powdered sugar. It sounds good, and I'm guessing it would lend itself to different types of preserves as well.

    Recipe #437275

    This came in the mail along with an advertisement. It sounds simple for a Pozole recipe, but I haven't yet tried it.

    Recipe #405929

    Recipe #488345

    Very good marinade for chicken! The chicken itself comes out very moist and full of flavor. Definitely one to try. Taken from Weber's Real Grilling.

    Recipe #261925

    Taken from the Sunday paper, which suggests using the thickest tortillas you can find, and drizzling these with chocolate syrup and serving alongside ice cream.

    Recipe #405601

    I found this recipe in People Magazine (4/27/2009). It sounds yummy!

    Recipe #368171

    Taken from USA weekend 8/14/2012. This macaroni and cheese incorporates a vegetable puree that adds creaminess and enhances the dish's signature orange color.

    Recipe #485407

    Recipe taken from USA Weekend 12/25/11

    Recipe #470640

    This one is from Campbell's.

    Recipe #370522

    This is an easy and delicious bread to prepare. Even better you only need one mixing bowl because you can throw all of the ingredients right in! Feel free to tweak the ingredients to your liking...add more cinnamon...add nuts, etc. I hope you enjoy it! Edited: I have also tried out the bread by using 1/2 whole wheat pastry flour and 1/2 regular flour, a tbl of wheat germ and less sugar to make it a tiny bit "healthier". It came out just as nice as the original.

    Recipe #245035

    I got this recipe from a magazine (Relish) that came with my local paper. Sounds like a great way to use fresh strawberries!

    Recipe #370525

    I found this recipe in my local newspaper. Sounds like a good way to use up some left over (or not) ham. I haven't tried it, but plan on doing so soon. I do think I might make a few adjustments to the recipe to suit my family's taste, but here is the recipe as printed. It was submitted by Florence Hiett. (serving size is a guess)

    Recipe #368244

    Taken from relish magazine. This Ranch is made a little bit lighter with the help of reduced fat ingredients.

    Recipe #370529

    Recipe #516698

    This is a very moist cornbread. It's easy to make and contains ingredients you probably have on hand. Makes a nice side dish to a mexican meal. I found this recipe online a while back...can't remember where. I have changed it just a little since then to suit my family's tastes. Serving size is approx.

    Recipe #302383

    I found this in Reminisce Magazine. It is credited to Carma Blosser. The recipe sounds refreshing and tasty (also low cal) especially if you're using ripe summer peaches! Cooking time includes freezing time.

    Recipe #440813

    Recipe #458680

    I found this recipe in my local paper. It is by Agustin Gaytan. The recipe sounds fairly simple and yummy!

    Recipe #419617

    I found this recipe in my local paper a couple of years ago. It is credited to Sue Worthington. I'm posting it here for safe keeping.

    Recipe #405597

    Taken from Relish magazine, Jan/2010. Credited to Emily Horton. I haven't tried making this one yet.

    Recipe #407341

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