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    Easy classic Tex Mex from the cookbook, Best Recipes from the the Free State of Van Zandt County TX.

    Recipe #253011

    Heaven on a plate. Can be an entree or serve one scallop per person for an appetizer. This comes together very quickly for an elegant meal.

    Recipe #252955

    From Southern Living. Haven't tried this yet but sounded good so posting for safekeeping. Let me know what you think.

    Recipe #252848

    This is an easy make ahead chicken dish that is cheesy, creamy and full of flavor. Can garnish with sliced tomatoes and sliced avocado. From the cookbook, Rare Collection by the Junior League of Galveston TX.

    Recipe #252220

    Eat up those summer tomatoes!! The basil adds the perfect complement to a great classic sandwich.

    Recipe #251951

    Awesome panini; can use skillet, GF grill, or panini press. From the cookbook, "Delizioso: Panini the Italian Way".

    Recipe #250264

    You do not need a panini press to make this sandwich, just use a skillet. From the cookbook "Delizioso: Panini the Italian Way"

    Recipe #250258

    This is from one of our favorite Japanese restaurants. It's different but is the perfect combination with a Japanese style meal when the flavors all meld together. We serve with recipe #234170 and it all blends perfectly on the plate.

    Recipe #250231

    Terrific breakfast. From The Evolution of Cajun and Creole Cuisine by John Folse. Even better with cooked Jimmy Dean hot sausage!

    Recipe #250210

    From The Evolution of Cajun and Creole Cuisine by John Folse. Haven't tried this one yet but sounds good. Let me know how it turns out.

    Recipe #250209

    Try two or three of these on toasted French bread with tarter sauce to make an interesting po'boy sandwich. From The Evolution of Cajun and Creole Cuisine by John Folse.

    Recipe #250208

    Need your husband to finish his honey do list? Give this a try.

    Recipe #249976

    After trying a fabulous dish of melted cheese and chorizo at La Fogata in San Antonio Tx, I searched until I found a similar recipe. This one is very close and excellent. From the cookbook, New Texas Cuisine by Stephan Pyles.

    Recipe #248930

    Traditional Tex Mex appetizer. From the cookbook, New Texas Cuisine by Stephan Pyles.

    Recipe #248924

    For your bumper crop of zucchini. Almost a pizza flavor. From the cookbook, Hilton Head Entertains.

    Recipe #248908

    Best sandwich turned into baked squares. From 125th Anniversary Pennsylvania State Grange Cookbook.

    Recipe #248739

    Simple, easy, and good. My grandmother's recipe.

    Recipe #248718

    Great combination of flavors for the perfect summer burger. This was from a restaurant called 14th Street Bar and Grill in Lubbock TX.

    Recipe #247862

    Tang of the tomatoes with the heat of the chile oil combines for a terrific side dish. Easy one pot cooking. Toss in some cooked chicken or shrimp for a main course meal.**

    Recipe #244216

    Elegant, yet simple meal. Restaurant fare at home. A perfect summer entree, no cook bruschetta and grilled scallops. Very low in fat, but big on flavor. Can also serve one scallop per person for an appetizer. Serving size based on hearty eaters for this one dish meal.

    Recipe #243391

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