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    This recipe is from Kids in the Kitchen #2 cookbook.

    Recipe #124126

    These little cherry tarts are made with wonton wrappers.

    Recipe #126239

    A recipe for potstickers from the wonton wrapper package. Use tofu instead of meat to make these vegetarian.

    Recipe #126118

    This is a recipe I tried when I needed a side dish for a cookout. It was a big hit and everyone wanted the recipe.

    Recipe #118920

    Another recipe from Kids in the Kitchen #2. It didn't list any amounts for the ingredients so I am guesstimating. You can substitute apples or pears for the bananas.

    Recipe #124127

    This is another recipe from my Better Homes and Gardens Italian Cookbook. The raisins and almonds give this a nice flavor.

    Recipe #123188

    These are quick and easy to make and very tasty. If you like yeast rolls you'll love these.

    Recipe #121263

    Similar to Maionese, or Brazilian Potato Salad, this is another favorite dish of mine from Brazil, my husband's home country. My favorite version was served to me 10 years ago at an authentic Brazilian restaurant in Southboro, Massachusetts called Ipanema. I rushed home and came up with this and I think its pretty darn close! This is a newly adopted recipe. I will be trying it soon. :)

    Recipe #107914

    This is a recipe I got from a co-worker. It's a nice cool dessert for summertime. It's also easily put together!

    Recipe #128918

    This is a recipe for cornbread stuffing with a Cajun twist.

    Recipe #144892

    I came up with this idea for grilling shrimp a few days ago. I served the kabobs on a bed of Zatarain's Jambalaya Rice along with fresh tomatoes & cucumbers in vinegar & oil.

    Recipe #122897

    Also known as Dirty rice, this is one of my favorite foods.

    Recipe #144893

    This is a candied yams recipe with a twist.

    Recipe #144896

    This is a newly adopted recipe. I will be working on making it lower in fat.

    Recipe #6569

    One of my family's favorite cajun meals.

    Recipe #136205

    My recipe for yummy Cajun corn.

    Recipe #144897

    Gumbo you can make on a work day. I prepare all ingredients the night before. Put everything except water and shrimp together and refrigerate. In the morning, put ingredients in the crock pot and add water. Be patient with the roux, it takes time. If you burn it, you will ruin your gumbo.

    Recipe #136202

    My mom used to make this when we were growing up. This is not her exact recipe, I wrote it down as I went. We don't follow recipes or measure frequently made foods in my family. I learned to cook by watching and doing, so I have to write down as I go on a lot of recipes. You can adjust the spices to suit your taste. I use more, because I like it hot. You can leave out the beef and use as a side dish.

    Recipe #125594

    A great quick meal that was a favorite in my family when I was growing up and that my kids love too! Recipe has been adjusted to 2 cans of chili as suggested by reviewers. I normally use one and don't use the entire bag of fritos. You can adjust the chili to frito ratio to your taste. More chili is always good.

    Recipe #117686

    I threw this together last night for supper. They were yummy! My son who doesn't care for potatoes even liked them. I used Idaho potatoes, but Yukon Gold or Red New potatoes would be good too.

    Recipe #122884

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