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    Here is a way to cook beets that I like as do most kids I have tried it on.

    Recipe #432047

    This is my version of greek gyro meat. It is not stricly traditional in ingrediants or cooking technique as I don't have a rotiserrie

    Recipe #356886

    Nice Latin beef--goes well with tortillas and refried beans. Can be eaten like fajitas.

    Recipe #271348

    greens and turnips

    Recipe #271173

    What is a Tex-Mex dinner without sopaipillas for desert? The are good with honey or sugar.

    Recipe #244247

    This is my variation on Emeril's Clay Pot Honey-Lemon Chicken from foodnetwork.com.

    Recipe #241872

    Good nutty bread, lots of fiber.

    Recipe #239639

    This is a nice risotto. I serve the chicken and zucchini along side the rice although you can dice the chicken and zucchini and mix it into the rice at the end.

    Recipe #239428

    This is my favorite vegetable beef soup recipe. It can be thickened to a stew and stores well. Its even better the second day. I leave out the extra salt but you can season to your taste.

    Recipe #167081


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