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    This is a great recipe to serve in the warmer months. No cooking over the stove required. I enjoyed this recipe at my sister-in-laws home quite a few times many years ago. It is a great dish to serve to a large number of people. It is easy, other than the chopping, etc. The quantities vary, depending on the likes or dislikes of guests. I think you will enjoy it.

    Recipe #374924

    My best friend offered me this martini once. I've been hooked since. It is so very refreshing. Just be careful .... it will hit you quickly.

    Recipe #374674

    We frequent Cambria, California often. One of our favorite restaurants is Robin's. They have a DELICIOUS, to die for, salmon bisque. This is their recipe.

    Recipe #374653

    We came across this drink on our honeymoon. Scoured Kauai and tried to find the recipe as the restaurant would not share it. The last day there I found the recipe in a VERY small paper recipe book. When my husband was digging the trenches for the remodel on our home, I offered him one of these. Then he asked for another (it was REALLY hot that day). Well ..... the trench ended up being QUITE crooked! BE CAREFUL! It slips up on you before you realize it!

    Recipe #372369

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