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    Creamy textured white beans blended with bits of seasoned pork make this a savory pate. Serve it as a hearty first course to spread on crusty bread or to scoop upon crisp vegetables. The recipe was taken from "Sunset Magazine". Preparation time is the time it takes to slice carrot, celery, and onion.

    Recipe #66246

    This recipe was printed in the "Arizona Republic" newspaper. I have indicated prep time as 5 minutes, as the only thing involved, is opening the bag of mixed vegetables, sliced mushrooms, and egg noodles. Preparation time assumes the turkey is already cooked.

    Recipe #66245

    This recipe is in response to Debbie Thorn's request for a black bean soup in the recipes requested forum. The recipe was originally published in the VJJE recipe weekly archives in 2001.

    Recipe #66087

    I found this recipe in the grocery store next to some Ortega green chiles. Preparation and cooking time does not include time to cook rice. Cooking time is the time to refrigerate salad.

    Recipe #64791

    I am not completly sure, but I believe this recipe came from Sunset Magazine. This recipe can either be made as an appetizer or as a main-dish depending on how much crab meat you use.

    Recipe #64738

    This recipe appeared in the Arizona Republic newspaper. It is a original recipe from the RoxSand Restaurant and Bar. I do not know the amount of time it takes to rehydrate sun dried tomatoes, so I am leaving that information out of the prep time.

    Recipe #64737

    This recipe was printed in the Sunset Magazine. In addition to the prep and cook time there is a 2-8 hour refrigeration time to chill the salad. I have never made this, but 1/2 cup each olive oil and salad oil seems to much.

    Recipe #64707

    This recipe was published in Sunset Magazine. Cooking time is refrigeration time.

    Recipe #64684

    This recipe was printed in Sunset Magazine. Cooking time includes cooling and refrigeration.

    Recipe #64682

    This recipe appeared on a Food TV network show. The recipe is courtesy of Martha Nesbit

    Recipe #64628

    This is a recipe my mother gave me.

    Recipe #62760

    This recipe was published in the "Sunset Magazine". Preparation time is the time it takes to serve the salad cold. Cooking time is the time it takes to prepare and cook the casserole.

    Recipe #62712

    This recipe appeared in the "Sunset Magazine". Preparation time is the time it takes to prepare the dish to be eaten cold. Cooking time is the time it takes to prepare and bake the dish.

    Recipe #62706

    This recipe appeared on the web site "Food Day" December 27, 1997

    Recipe #49641

    I found this recipe on the back of an Evans bean package. Cooking time is an approximate figure.

    Recipe #49572

    This is an "Arizona Republic" newspaper recipe.

    Recipe #49570

    This recipe was printed in the "Arizona Republic" newspaper.

    Recipe #49568

    This recipe was printed in the book "Low Fat Lies".

    Recipe #49564

    The "Sun Bird" company makes a number of products for Asian cooking; among them are a sweet and sour mix for pork. I thought I would try the item cooking cabbage instead.

    Recipe #49537

    This is an adaptation of a recipe found in the "Arizona Republic" and "Sunset Magazine". Cooking time includes over night refrigeration plus the microwave time of 18 minutes.

    Recipe #49533

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