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    Here's a somewhat tweaked recipe, the original of which was found in the Taste of Home Summer Appetizers, 2009. Preparation time does not include time for the finished salsa to chill.

    Recipe #462294

    The original of this recipe was found in the Taste of Home Summer Appetizers, 2009, & somehow it was tweaked to make it even better! Preparation time does not include the hour or so needed for the guacamole to chill in the refrigerator.

    Recipe #462293

    Got the idea for this salsa from the Taste of Home Summer Appetizers, 2009, & we enjoy it over grilled or baked chicken breasts! Preparation time does not include the time needed for the finished salsa to chill in the fridge!

    Recipe #462290

    Although the original of this recipe was found in the Taste of Home Summer Appetizers, 2009, it has been tweaked a bit for our personal tastes. Preparation time does not include chilling the mixed dip. Apparently the website doesn't recognize it, but I DO use Hormel Real Bacon PIECES in this recipe, not bacon bits! There is a difference!

    Recipe #462289

    The original of this recipe was found in the Pillsbury Classic Cookbooks, Cool Cooking for Hot Days, July 1999, although I've changed it a bit to suit us! Preparation time does not include the time needed for everything to chill in the refrigerator.

    Recipe #461947

    This recipe was added here for the ZWT6.

    Recipe #461946

    The original of this recipe was found in the June 2005 Betty Crocker fun SUMMER APPETIZERS, but I've tweaked it a bit! Preparation time does not include the time for the dip to chill in the fridge.

    Recipe #461942

    I found the original of this recipe in the June 2005 Betty Crocker cookbooklet fun SUMMER APPETIZERS, then tweaked it to suit our preferences.

    Recipe #461941

    The recipe for this great-tasting pie (somewhat tweaked after making it twice) was found in the March 2004 issue of Family Circle magazine. Preparation time does not include the time needed to make your own graham cracker pie crust.

    Recipe #459352

    The original of this recipe (which I've tweaked a bit!) was found in the February 2004 issue of Woman's Day. Not quite like my Mom used to make (served with macaroni) when I was a kid, but definitely in the running! Cooking time is for the lowest number of hours.

    Recipe #459350

    Although it's good eating anytime of the year, a relish like this is nice during the winter holidays. And although I usually go for a cooked cranberry sauce, there are times when I find the relish to be very satisfying, & sometimes I'll even use it as a dip for cinnamon chips!

    Recipe #459348

    If you like garlic & lemon, here is a very nice way serve a great favorite of mine, Brussels sprouts.

    Recipe #459347

    This recipe was found in the December 2009 Best of Cooking Light Holidays, & it can be easily made & enjoyed during the holidays or any time of year! Preparation time does not include the time needed for chilling. One tablespoon per serving size is based on the following = Although it's nice served with crackers, whole grain bread, etc, during the holidays, you can make 64 appetizers by putting 1 tablespoon of this cheese spread between 2 gingersnaps!

    Recipe #458962

    The original of this recipe was seen in the December 2009 Best of Cooking Light, Holidays, where it was included with a recipe for steamed chocolate pudding. However, since I only wanted the sauce recipe . . . One serving is figured at 2 tablespoons.

    Recipe #458961

    Although there are a number of recipes on this website for French Silk Pie, I believe this one is still a bit different, & if the chocoholic in me is at all accurate, it's sinfully delicious! The recipe was seen in the Oct 1997 issue of Eating Well. Preparation time does not include the time needed for the baked crust to cool, nor the 3 hours needed for the finished pie to chill & set.

    Recipe #458918

    The original of this recipe came from the Taste of Home's Low-Fat Country Cooking 2004 cookbook.

    Recipe #458916

    The original of this recipe was found in the Taste of Home's Low-Fat Country Cooking 2004 cookbook. I'm posting this recipe as a kind of tribute to my dad, who absolutely loved plain ol' buttermilk as a drink!

    Recipe #458915

    We do enjoy dump cakes (not just for the taste but for the ease of preparation), so this recipe attracted my attention with its nice combo of fruits! The recipe was found in the February 2005 Taste of Home's Quick Cooking magazine.

    Recipe #458911

    The original of this recipe was found in the Volume 2, 2003 Taste of Home's Chocolate Lover's Cookbook. Preparation time does not include the time needed for the custard to chill in the refrigerator, nor for the finished pie to chill for at least 2 hours.

    Recipe #458910

    The original of this recipe came from the Volume 2, 2003 Taste of Home's Chocolate Lover's Cookbook. Preparation time does not include the time needed for the base dough to chill for 4 hours, the filling to cool, & the filled rolls to chill overnight.

    Recipe #458908

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