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    Usually, chilaquiles are eaten at breakfast time. This makes them a popular recipe to use leftover tortillas and salsas. Chilaquiles are often thought to be a cure for the common hangover; this is because in Mexico it is believed that spicy foods help in the recovery process from a hangover.

    Recipe #298628

    Serve this on top of a crisp tostada or as a filling for tacos. Would make a nice appetizer served in mini taco shells.

    Recipe #298426

    Sinfully hot! These wings start out a little on the sweet side and then the heat sneaks up and bites you in the $%# ($%# was not what I was saying in my mind, but since this is a family site and all that). Dipping them in Ranch or Bleu Cheese dressing will ease the heat for those of you that can't take it. It also just tastes good.

    Recipe #297155

    This salsa recipe comes from a Mexican co-worker. She makes it every time we have food at work. She doesn't speak much English and I don't speak much Spanish, but I did manage to ask her how to make her salsa. She wrote it in Spanish, but I was able to translate it. Like me, she doesn't measure anything. That meant that I had to try it myself a few times to get it right. I hope you enjoy this simple and delicious salsa as much as I do either on chips or your favorite Mexican dish.

    Recipe #290438

    My daughter loves meatballs and she loves barley soups so I came up with this on a cold and rainy winter day in Sacramento. It is rich and flavorful.

    Recipe #281208

    The recipe is dedicated to all those single parents and career people that don't have a lot of time at the end of the day to prepare dinner and that don't mind using prepared ingredients for a quick meal. I made this up because my daughter was sick with a cold and a sore throat and wanted something soft and easy to eat. Granted the French fried onions did not fit in with that idea, but they did add a nice taste and crunch to this casserole and she managed them just fine despite her sore throat. Since I was caring for both her and my baby grandson, I didn't have a lot of time to spend on making dinner. The entire casserole (except for the spices) cost me about $20 and after feeding 3 adults, there is plenty left over for another meal or lunches at work the next day. If you don't like leftovers, halve the recipe. I much prefer using ingredients that do not come from a jar or a can, but sometimes, you just have to do what you have to do to put a meal on the table on a budget, and this was my attempt. It is pretty tasty if I may say so for myself.

    Recipe #271888

    Thanksgiving, 2007. This brine was a last minute decision and using items from my pantry. I was not going to make dinner this year because Alicia, her son and her boyfriend were going to her boyfriends for the holiday. Their plans changed Monday night so we shopped Tuesday night after work. That didn't leave much time for brining so I didn't plan on it, but we cold water thawed the turkey all day Wed. I hated the idea of cooking an unbrined bird, so I came up with this recipe. It is mild enough in flavor to still allow the turkey flavor to come through with just a hint of flavor from the brine. The drippings made excellent gravy that was not at all salty.

    Recipe #267901

    Creamy sweet potatoes topped with a crunchy pecan topping that has melted/caramelized into a delicious layer between the topping and the potatoes.

    Recipe #266984

    A Turducken is a de-boned turkey stuffed with a de-boned duck, which itself is stuffed with a small de-boned chicken. The name is a portmanteau of those ingredients, turkey, duck, and chicken. The birds can be deboned the day before to save some time since this recipe requires a long slow cook time.

    Recipe #263072

    Won't harm pets or children and is completely natural using ingredients right out of your kitchen.

    Recipe #254413

    Fresh is just so much nicer then the pre-packaged kind that uses picnic bacon and tastes like cardboard. These fry quickly and you don't have to crumble the slices after frying them. There is no need to separate the pieces. They will separate during cooking. Use these in any recipe calling for crumbled bacon or bacon bits. Perfect for salads and baked potato toppings or twice baked potatoes.

    Recipe #242966

    An unusual but delicious topping for ice cream.

    Recipe #237818

    Add Italian sausage and serve with a salad of spring greens and garlic bread as a main course or as a fresh side dish to any other main course. Either way, it is a delicious, fresh summery dish. Note: Please do not use canned tomatoes in this dish and do not over cook the cauliflower. The canned tomatoes turns the cauliflower into a very unappetizing pink color.

    Recipe #237805

    My favorite layer Mexican dip. Alicia and I will sometimes have this for dinner. Leave out the jalapeños if you find them too spicy and make it an 8 layer dip. Kids love the mild version of this dip. I usually make one of each when I am having guests. If it is just Alicia and I, we like it spicy.

    Recipe #234992

    I love ham hocks and 15 beans soup. I love potato soup. I also love beef stew, meatball soup and chicken soup, but sometimes I just want something different and a chance to play with my food so I went to my kitchen, tossed the fridge and pantry and came up with this soup on a cool rainy spring day when soup just seemed to fit the mood. Serve it with hot crusty garlic bread to dip into the broth. Use vegetable broth and leave out the meat for a vegetarian soup. Fast and easy after work meal.

    Recipe #222087

    Saving all the odds and ends in the freezer while doing your daily cooking will give you an endless supply of stocks to cook with. You will not waste even those parts of the vegetables or meat that you paid for (usually by the pound), and will never again need to buy canned stocks. This will save you money and allows you to control the contents of your stocks. All the vegetables I have listed in the ingredients list are just ideas of things to save in your bag. You do not need each and every one of them to make a stock. Everything is optional. When you peel carrots or anything else, wash them first. It is rather difficult to wash peelings. I do not recommend strong flavored herbs like cilantro or vegetables that could color your stock strangely like beets. Note: In order for the recipe to post, I had to include measurements, but you don't need measurements. Just use what you have saved in your bags using more or less of whatever is there.

    Recipe #214220

    The longer this sauce is stored in the refrigerator, the more pungent the sauce becomes. Try your own variations.

    Recipe #210402

    A sauce served as a condiment for a wide range of Vietnamese food.

    Recipe #210403

    Use when you desire a spicy sweet sauce. Great with Asian food. Try it with egg rolls.

    Recipe #210401

    A fresh tasting sauce that is easy to make just as you need it. Add to anything that you desire some heat to. Remove the seeds unless you want a REALLY hot sauce. Great on tacos.

    Recipe #210400

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