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    Filling Extra? Crispy, juicy jicama sticks make great dippers for this south-of-the-border dip. Peel a jacama and cut into sticks or slices.

    Recipe #375332

    Edamame, the Japanese word for soybean, grow in clusters on bushy branches. To retain freshness, soybeans are usually parboiled and grozen. Edamame, a rich source of protein, have been enjoyed for over two thousand years in East Asia

    Recipe #375280

    Crock pot recipe that is easy to make and full of flavor.

    Recipe #375183

    Filling Extra? Stir in any of the following vegetables along with the asparagus: a handful of snow peas, 1 sliced onion, 2 thinly sliced carrots, or 6 sliced shiitake mushroom caps.

    Recipe #375181

    Filling like a little extra? Add 1/2 cup drained and diced toasted red bell pepper along with the tomato.

    Recipe #375171

    The green chiles you;ll find in squat little cans in the Mexican aisle of your supermarket are extremely mild, as they are usually seedless Anaheim peppers. If you prefer a little more spice with your eggs, substitue a jalapeno or two - fresh or canned - for the green chiles. Found in the Momentum Cookbook

    Recipe #375145

    Recipe courtesy of Michael Chiarello, 2007 found on the Food Network.

    Recipe #366914

    Found this recipe at www.elise.com It is super easy and very tasty.

    Recipe #366911

    For this intensely flavorful rib eye steak from chef Bernie Kantak.

    Recipe #366796

    Recipe found in the Grand Rapids Press on 4/30/08. I loved it but it needed just a bit of zing for my family.

    Recipe #301579

    I love the SPICY CILANTRO LIME salad dressing from Pick Up Stix. I found this recipes in Orange County Register, Saturday, October 14, 2006. It is fairly close to the original but not enough to be called a 'copycat'.

    Recipe #287461

    I learned to make this rice from my husband's Grandma Vicky. Vicky was born and raised in Mexico and keeps her dishes simple. This is one of my favorite starch dishes and my Niece Erin's too!

    Recipe #278526

    This recipe is from one of the first cookbooks given to me as a young child (back in the 70's). I have come across many recipes but keep coming back to his classic.

    Recipe #271038

    I love this infused vodka made with hot chocolate on a chili winter night.

    Recipe #269280

    Received this recipe with the purchase of my Infusion jar. It makes a very nice refreshing Martini.

    Recipe #269222

    This dressing is a family recipe passed down to many generations throughout my husband's family. My husband is Hispanic and this recipe comes from Sonora Mexico where Grandma Vicky was born and raised. This dish is a lot of work. Call a couple of friends and buy an extra bottle of wine to help pass the time.

    Recipe #266636

    There is little at Applebees' that I enjoy eating but go there often so I can enjoy this Sangria.

    Recipe #266523

    As seen on Food 911, Thanksgiving Firehouse. I didn't have Turkey Wings so I made mine with Chicken wings and it was a hit.

    Recipe #266514

    Hmm, the best of both worlds. Pecan & Pumpkin! Who could ask for more on their Thanksgiving table?

    Recipe #266260

    My Husband's Grandma grew up in Mexico and continues to make many of the recipes she did back home. These tacos are delicious and can be made ahead and frozen for up to a couple of months.

    Recipe #257597

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