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    I made this as an appetizer for Christmas and seemed to disappear into thin air! I like it with pita chips, and it's awesome with veggies and as a spread for sandwiches too!

    Recipe #240190

    This is different twist on everybody's favorite comfort food! It is especially good served with buffalo chicken, wings or tenders.

    Recipe #240188

    This is a delicious cold salad that is a little different fron the usual fare. Cactus has lots of vitamins, so it's very healthy as well! You couls also multiply the servings by addig cold cooked pasta.

    Recipe #238919

    This sauce cooks quickly, and can be used for ice cream, or for a dip for fruits and cookies.

    Recipe #234025

    I have no money, so I had to make something to eat out of what I had hanging around (not much). This is what I ended up with!! I had to eat it by itself, but I think it would be good with a juicy steak or some grilled marinated portabello mushrooms. The flavor of the rice depends on the tea; I'm thinking about making some rice with lemon tea and black pepper, basil, dill and red pepper to have with some fish. I used 1/4 teaspoon as a standard measurement for all the spices, they are meant to be "to taste".

    Recipe #217201

    I got this recipe from a Mexican chef at work and adapted it to my taste, as I like very spicy food. The tomatoes and roasted red peppers contrast the spice with sweetness and mildness. It is a very easy recipe, and is perfect just as a dip, or in tacos, burritos, or enchiladas. Top blue corn tortilla chips with this guacamole and a dab of sour cream for a colorful party snack.

    Recipe #187512


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