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    This is the easiest, least complicated guac recipe I've ever seen. It comes from the Food Network.

    Recipe #194912

    From the About.com website's vegan section.

    Recipe #194191

    This is the best lasagna I have ever had. A friend taught me by cooking it with me. I've guessed at the actual amounts used, so feel free to do your own amending.

    Recipe #185831

    It's almost impossible to find tortillas in Japan, so I've started to make my own. They taste so much better than store bought ones, I think I'll keep making them when I move back to the states!

    Recipe #184557

    These tiny balls of goodness are perfect for making chicken and dumplings a little more interesting. The recipe (long since lost) I took them from called them "Russian," so I am too.

    Recipe #184556

    Borrowed from the Food Networks recipe collections.

    Recipe #182733

    My favorite way to make a simple bowl of rice a little more healthy and filling. If you don't have the same vegetables, just cut up and throw in whatever vegetables you have around...just make sure they're colorful.

    Recipe #180931


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