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    When everyone's starved, and I'm just not in the mood to cook, this tamale pie is the easiest thing to whip together and bake. It can be made spicy or mild to taste, depending on what type of salsa you use. This is the basic recipe, which is quite good buy itself, but you can also doctor it up by adding a couple of sliced jalapeno's or 1/3 a cup of black olives or even creamed corn to the cornbread.

    Recipe #112809

    As an effort to get away from the 'same old same old' on a hot summer day. Really easy to make, and great for a potluck! Sesame oil and five spice powders are strong seasonings, so my suggestion is to start here, and then add more if desired. Apples would also work well in this salad if you'd like a Chinese Waldorf!

    Recipe #125747

    My little one's been rebelling against eating meat, so I decided to indulge her with a Veggie Meat Sauce...and it came out wonderful! The seasonings in this sauce a very adjustable according to your tastes. My family tends to like their sauces on the sweet side. And the recipe makes plenty to freeze for next time! Could also be adapted for the crock pot.

    Recipe #123440


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