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    From RR-sounds great!

    Recipe #335555

    Great recipe promoting Mexican cheese from the California Milk Advisory Board. You can save 50 calories per serving by omitting the mayonnaise and only using 1/3 cup Cotija cheese (instead of the 3/4 cup). Really pretty if you use the red tortilla chips, too. Enjoy!

    Recipe #331121

    This unique recipe, created by chef Billy Grant, was named one of the top sandwiches in America by Esquire magazine. Billy suggests serving it with onion rings, local corn, and a green salad. This also makes a great appetizer, just cut into 1" squares and secure w/ a party-pick. If you need to substitute the cheese, I would consider fontina or anything you like that isn't too sharp. Enjoy!

    Recipe #330971

    Courtesy of Nigella Lawson. She also included smoked salmon which is a delighful addition to this salad. The dressing is really tart but compliments everything very well and the seeds add a great crunch. You can also use lettuce leaves as a substitute. (If the dressing is too tart for your taste, feel free to add a little sugar or honey.) Enjoy!!!

    Recipe #330069

    Great recipe for when you don't have access to a grill! My Mom sent me this recipe in college over 30 years ago and I don't know the source. The last hour of cooking I like to add potatoes, carrots, onions, and a little parsley to bottom of pan. (Time does not include time to marinate.) Enjoy!

    Recipe #329853

    My friend Darlene just sent this to me and I wanted to post here for safekeeping. Looks really yummy-and lots of ideas to make it your own-I can already see adding garlic, green chilies, or jalapenos, and for brunch/dinner ideas adding spinach, squash, or green beans. Also, use your favorite cheese or mix them up. Toppings might include sour cream, salsa, chopped tomatoes, or green onions. Enjoy!!!

    Recipe #329817

    Grilling can turn an apple into a savory side dish. For a great dessert idea, see my note below or try Recipe #329631. Works with pears, too. Great ideas I found in The Houston Chronicle. Enjoy!!!

    Recipe #329632

    Grill your apples for dessert! This works with pears, too. (The ideas are endless if you want to try different jams or cheeses.) A great recipe I found in The Houston Chronicle. Enjoy!!!

    Recipe #329631

    This is a recipe I received from Penzey's along with a sample of their Pizza Seasoning. Tasty and filling, not to mention that pizza and diet don't normally go together, yet they do here. 1 oz. mozzarella and 1 oz. turkey per pita make them really low in fat and calories, 2 oz. each is still right in there for a healthy meal. Fast, easy, and delicious! (Or, make them your own by adding your favorite pizza toppings and cheeses-however, the calories won't be the same. I like to brown my turkey w/ the veggies.) Great for kids, great for parties. They can be put together ahead of time and refrigerated until you are ready to pop them in the oven. You can freeze them, too! Enjoy!!!

    Recipe #329601

    This Jalapeno Mustard will add excitement to your hamburgers, hot dogs, corn dogs, pretzels or anywhere else you use regular mustard. Try in your salad dressings, on pork chops, on ham steaks, ham or corned beef sandwiches, or even grilled ham/cheese sandwiches. Also try it mixed in your favorite cheese dip, potato salad, or egg, chicken, or tuna salad. Cooking time includes time to allow flavors to develop. Enjoy!

    Recipe #329494

    I found this recipe in a book my Grandmother gave me, compiled by Ladies Auxiliary of the Medina Lake Volunteer Fire Department, 1986. Additions I have tried are cooked chicken, carrots, cucumber, cherry tomatoes, zucchini, kernel corn, bell pepper, black olives, and before serving, avocado and cilantro---make it your own and use your favorites. This salad needs to chill at least 2 hours before serving which is included in the cooking time---the longer the better, even overnight. Enjoy!

    Recipe #329416

    I was born and raised in San Antonio-oh, how I miss these!!! You must give them a try-you won't be disappointed-and then you will love them like I do! The taco shells come out light, airy, and crunchy---nothing better! From the Tex-Mex Cookbook by Robb Walsh. Enjoy!

    Recipe #329415

    Squash with an exciting tex-mex flavor. This recipe is very versatile-use zucchini, yellow, or calabacita squash, RoTel tomatoes, Jack cheese or add mushrooms, kernel corn, and season to taste-esp the salt-a lot will depend on the bacon you use. I also like to add cumin, mexican oregano, and minced garlic or garlic powder. Use fresh tomatoes if you wish-cherry tomatoes are great! Also, this tastes great w/o the cheese, too. I found this recipe in a book my Grandmother gave me, compiled by Ladies Auxiliary of the Medina Lake Volunteer Fire Department, 1978. Enjoy!

    Recipe #329233

    Hominy with an exciting Tex-Mex flavor. I like to add bell pepper and use Ro-Tel tomatoes. From the Tex-Mex Cookbook by E. Blakeley. Enjoy!

    Recipe #329217

    What a great way to add excitement to your hamburgers, hot dogs, pretzels, corn dogs or anywhere you use mustard! Try it in your salad dressings, on your ham steak, or on your corned beef sandwich! Also great to mix into your cheese dip, potato salad or tuna salad! Cooking time is time to allow flavors to develop. Enjoy!!!

    Recipe #328541

    This is a great way to prepare carrots and they can be served as a meal accompaniment, relish, or a tasty addition to your green salad. I even like to use the sauce as a salad dressing. (You may want to cut back on the sugar or oil-I do.) It keeps forever in the fridge and has been a staple in my home for 20 years. (You can also add broccoli, cauliflower, green beans, cucumbers, mushrooms or just about any veggie you can think of to this mix.) This recipe was given to me as part of a wedding gift from my boss' wife, Mary McWhorter. Cooking time includes time in fridge to allow flavors to develop. Enjoy!!!

    Recipe #328526

    I found this recipe in a book my Grandmother gave me, compiled by Ladies Auxiliary of the Medina Lake Volunteer Fire Department, 1986. If you prefer a milder soup and not so spicy, add plain tomatoes not Rotel. The spice amounts are a guideline-adjust to your taste. This recipe is easy to make your own-consider adding kernel corn, bell pepper, celery, hominy, peas, carrots, squash or even cooked chorizo, ground beef, ham, or chicken. Also, try cheddar or monterrey jack cheese. Delicious served with cornbread-try Recipe #317966. Enjoy!

    Recipe #328519

    These make a great breakfast or mid-morning snack. With this recipe, you have whole grains, fresh fruit, and a protein source in the nuts. A real kid-pleaser, too. The following is a guideline-use your favorite fresh fruits, fruit spread, and nuts. Recipe found in the Houston Chronicle. Enjoy!!!

    Recipe #328518

    I found this recipe in the Houston Chronicle-so yummy and just in time for Fall. The ideas seem endless, too-if you want to jazz them up. Would be great to make ahead and just reheat on Thanksgiving morning! Enjoy!!!

    Recipe #328517

    This recipe is so simple and it is one of my family's favorites! The chicken makes a great main course but it also is a wonderful addition to a green salad and makes a delightful chicken salad. Feel free to add broccoli, carrots, onions, potatoes, or celery for a change. Great for the crock pot, too. Thank you Aunt Jackie! Hope you enjoy as much as I do!!!

    Recipe #328514

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