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    This is just fabulous for the summer! I recently had some people over, just a casual get-together, half of the people, the other half milling around. I BBQ'd chicken and I served this recipe as a salad before eating. They cleaned out the entire big bowl! It's just a nice, refreshing salad.This recipe was one of those jotted down on a piece of paper that I'd gotten out of a magazine.

    Recipe #245599

    WoW! The kids are really going to love this! Bananas, raisins and peanuts, all in the same breath! This bread is great for a quick bite to eat on the go! For the kids, an after school bite on the way to those very important games. The peanut part of the name is actually peanuts and peanut butter.

    Recipe #245584

    These ingredients will keep very well for a week or so, and is a great way to, as I say, plan a hurry-up-dinner. You can alternate the cheeses and by doing so,perhaps find new things that you like.Source: Food Network The amounts vary, depending how large or small you make your ravioli. I make fried ravioli and when I use this recipe, I get, maybe 8-10. If anyone makes this, please let me know how many you get.

    Recipe #244910

    This is a very colorful dish, and with a few ingredients like pineapple, onion, cilantro, and a little jalapeno pepper, you can't go wrong. The flavors definately point to Cuban cuisine, and it really doesn't take long to make it. You don't even have to soak the black beans overnight. Just clean them, cover with water, bring to a boil and then just let them simmer for awhile, while you do other things.

    Recipe #244704

    This is a beautiful, out-of-this-world flavored dish! You will love this, simply put! I do hope you will try this, and share it with your friends. Note: when preparing orange zest, only use the orange part, the white part is very bitter and does not go into the recipe. You can marinate the chicken up to 24 hours in the refrigerator.

    Recipe #244675

    This is not only colorful it's delicious! Risotto is a comfort in my book! It's so creamy, so good, it's almost a crime not to try it. Once you do, you'll never make regular rice again! There are so many combinations in the risotto arena. I've tried many, and this is one of my very favorite ones. The recipe calls for fresh sage; dried sage is not an accepted substitute, so please use the fresh. This recipe serves 4 for a main dish, and 6 for a side-dish. Times will vary.The times include the time to cook the squash. To cut some of the time, you could cook the squash the day before.The time includes time to cook the squash

    Recipe #244182

    I never met a zucchini that I didn't like! I have made them in almost every way possible! This is one of my favorites, and I hope you'll enjoy it too. Feel free to use your favorite melting cheese. You could try romano, feta, even Stiltson or one of the Mexican cheeses. They are wonderful, so try your favorite. This recipe is made just for one, and can be a side dish for 2. My hubby will not eat veggies, so I have to make it for one. *This is such a versitile recipe, and you can change the seasonings in the breadcrumbs to fit your own taste and/or style.

    Recipe #243521

    This is a great, zesty dressing, just looking for a salad! It's easy, doubles and triples great. Feel free to use your favorite spice blend.

    Recipe #242915

    This is so refreshing and not too hard to make! It almost makes itself! You could use beef in place of the chicken, or turkey. Use melon, oranges, pineapple or papaya as fresh fruit alternatives.

    Recipe #242070

    I love Mexican cuisine, both making it and eating it! I've never met a quesadilla I didn't like! You can do many things with this recipe. You could use the ground beef and chorizo. Ground pork and the ground beef, pepper jack in place of the cheddar and jack. There are oodles and oodles of things to try. I have tried this using flour tortillas and corn tortillas. You decide, they're great with either one.

    Recipe #241499

    I was given a slow cooker as a gift years ago. I said "thank you" and proceeded to put it up in the attic! Now that I've started using it, I wonder why I ever put it up in the attic. This is one of our favorites. I hope you will try this and that you'll enjoy it.

    Recipe #241494

    Ever wonder where the frappé originated. If you said Athens, Greece, you're right! Actually, it began from a mistake. A representative from Nestle foods couldn't find any boiling water at an International foods trade show in Athens, Greece. So he used cold--voila!

    Recipe #241447

    This recipe practically screams Southern California! I left my heart in California. From California to Nevada, as a matter of fact. If you like lamb, you'll love this. If you haven't tried lamb, try this because it's fantastic! I have not put the marinating time down as it will vary.

    Recipe #241321

    Are you ready for a treat? How about a burger that borrows the flavor of Italy! This one's a keeper for sure! Use green bell peppers, yellow, red, orange, or a mixture for a beautiful presentation.

    Recipe #240709

    What a beautiful salad this is! Grilling brings out the natural sweetness of the plums. A wonderful presentation, it's easy, awesome flavors, a recipe you will love and the family will request again and again!

    Recipe #240708

    I decided to enter into the dark, scary unknown! Thai food! I have seen pictures, smelled the aroma, read, or tried to read some of the recipes. Didn't work! It's still scary unknown.I bought the ingredients, prepared them, rolled up my sleeves, and went to it! Then a funny thing happened, YES! it was delicious! Now, I wondered why didn't try this before? Now, I'm going to get my feet wet in another scary unknown! Enjoy! You might want to add the red pepper flakes slowly, and taste before you add more. The pepper flakes will even be hotter the next day, so be careful. If you have trouble finding the lemongrass, ask your produce man to stock it. Asian markets will have it also. There are lot of steps here, but so well worth it. Times don't include time for marinating.

    Recipe #240136

    This is so easy and so delicious! You can change out the currant jelly for another choice, your favorite. Also, I use other chicken parts (parts are parts!) If you try other than the drumsticks, be sure to check your cooking time. This is great with rice, a simple romaine and tomato salad, and an ice cold margarita!

    Recipe #240134

    Here's a great alternative to regular pesto sauce. It's delicious, it's easy, and it goes with so many things! Try it and see how many things you can pair it with. Unless you like it spicy, you may want to tame it down a little or a lot. Try it with a little less on the jalapeño peppers, and remember that it will get more intense as it sits. You can always add, but you can't take it out. If you have trouble finding the Mexican grating cheese just substitute it with Parmesan.

    Recipe #239857

    This slaw rendition of a classic Caesar is great because it stays crisp after it's dressed! This recipe calls for Napa cabbage, but feel free to use your favorite, or even mix them! The Napa cabbage gives this a delicate texture, and it's a chance for you to try something new! The bread crumbs add a terrific crunch to the slaw! This is the time to use up those dibs and dabs of that Italian loaf you've got in the old breadbox! This goes fantastic with my Recipe #239191.

    Recipe #239827

    Drag out those BBQ's and fire them up, it's time to try out those recipes that you've been saving up!This is so delicious! And so good with a fantastic Margarita with all the trimmings! Enjoy your summer! Tip: roll your limes on the counter or cutting board rather firmly a few times until they feel soft, you will nearly double the amount of juice.

    Recipe #239191

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