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    2 Reviews |  By No MSG!

    This is my husband's favorite way to make guacamole. I prefer a more complicated recipe when I make it with fresh tomatoes, garlic, lime, etc. But he gets lots of raves from this one when he makes it for parties (with lots more avocadoes and salsa, of course). We love this on quesadillas.

    Recipe #131251

    I couldn't believe how dirty my watch and silver jewelry were when I tried this. Yuck! This saves money and is safe for you and the environment. The solution can be very drying to your hands so consider using rubber gloves or even tweezers to handle the jewelry. This recipe is from wire-sculpture.com.

    Recipe #180133

    Great for breakfast and easy too!!

    Recipe #93031

    2 Reviews |  By No MSG!

    This granola is a great way to add healthy rolled oats and nuts to your diet. It is a great alternative to prepared cereals packed with sugar, hydrogenated oils and mystery ingredients. It can easily be adapted to include your preferred ingredients. My husband and I eat this often as a before-bed snack. I like it best served with bananas or strawberries and drenched with milk. I also like it over plain yogurt and fresh fruit. It is much easier to make using a large stainless steel bowl instead of the pan or cookie sheet that some recipes suggest. Please note that if you are looking for a very rich, sweet granola with clusters of oats, this recipe is not for you. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE DRIED FRUIT MUST BE ADDED AFTER COOKING. A REVIEWER STATED THAT THE RECIPE HAD BEEN FOLLOWED TO THE LETTER AND HER FRUIT BURNT. THE RECIPE CLEARLY STATES NOT TO COOK THE FRUIT. THANK YOU.

    Recipe #130786

    6 Reviews |  By No MSG!

    I adopted this "saag" but haven't tried it yet. I feel passionate about Indian food and will try it soon and report back to headquarters. It looks like a nice, spicy saag as I like them. I would tend to saute the chicken in oil before adding to the other ingredients. Farmers cheese (paneer) could be substituted for the chicken as could lamb.

    Recipe #83942

    2 Reviews |  By No MSG!

    I've had some very blah banana breads, but this one is wonderful. My husband found this one to use one day when we had a bunch of bananas that weren't getting any younger. My co-workers loved it recently when I made it for a breakfast at work. This is from a cookbook called "America's Best Recipes". In the book, the recipe is called "Banana, Sour Cream and Walnut Loaf".

    Recipe #174665

    1 Reviews |  By No MSG!

    This is my very first adopted recipe. Do I give out cigars or what? I haven't tested it yet, but hope to as soon as the hundred degree temps in Texas (and everywhere it seems) are gone for a while.

    Recipe #111613


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