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    Taken from a bottle of REALemon lemon juice. Our friend Marc Cram showed us how to make it - Very easy and very tasty and refreshing!

    Recipe #377102

    My friend Emily made these a couple weeks ago and I thought they were amazing! My lips were on fire but they were so addictive!

    Recipe #250709

    I couldn't believe that I could not find directions on here for how to toast pine nuts! This is what I found elsewhere online. It's so simple and so tasty, both to add to other dishes, and to munch on!

    Recipe #248987

    My DH cannot eat red meat for health reasons, so I have to get creative sometimes! I made this up last week. DH keeps telling me I need to post this recipe on here because he loved it, so here it is!

    Recipe #187732

    This is a fabulous recipe I got from my in-laws...DH and I contend that it's the best pizza dough we've ever tasted! We've also had friends agree - everyone who tries it loves it! *preparation time includes time in machine* *uncooked dough does not freeze well, but cooked pizza/calzones do!*

    Recipe #187415

    I learned to make these from my friend Adrián Marchena while I spent a semester of college in Puntarenas, Costa Rica. I have not personally made these, but I stood next to him in his kitchen as he gave me step-by-step instructions. These are sweet, and almost dessert-like. You can find plantains in most local supermarkets in the produce section, and they look like bananas, but are more of a vegetable. They are quite frequently eaten by Costa Ricans, or "ticos" with meals that include gallo pinto (rice and black beans) and some meat product. I LOVE these!

    Recipe #187284

    These are a delicious snack I enjoyed while spending a semester in Puntarenas, Costa Rica. One of my profesores there taught me to make these. They go really well with frijoles molidos (refried beans, basically). Plantains can be purchased at most grocery store in the produce section...they look like bananas, but DO NOT try to eat them like bananas - they are NOT the same thing! Get the nice and green ones for this purpose. --Times are approximate--

    Recipe #187281

    This is from "The Spice Cookbook" from 1964...a treasure of a cookbook from the in-laws! We usually serve this with Curried Cashew Nuts. We like to make this when we have friends over, but make sure whoever's eating it is adventurous! (it's not weird or anything, our friends just like bland food, I guess!)

    Recipe #187273

    This recipe comes from one of my favorite cookbooks, "The Spice CookBook," from 1964. We like to eat them as a side dish alongside foods of similar flavors. Also yummy as an appetizer or snack. Times are approximate. The cookbook does not say, and I do not remember how long it took us. NOTE: These will be slightly greasy. SO tasty, though! And they make the whole house smell good!

    Recipe #187270

    I learned this recipe in a speech class 4 years ago, my first semester in college! When my husband and I make it for parties, it's gone about as quickly as it's taken from the oven! It's always a big hit, and some of our friends even request it! The time is approximate, as is the amount of margarine/butter. Play around with it.

    Recipe #187103


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