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    This recipe is really easy to make your own-change it up by using different shredded cheese, dijon mustard, flavored cream cheese, and /or breads. Sandwiches may be frozen, omitting the cucumber; thaw in refrigerator, and add cucumber before serving. Also, I will make this sandwich just for me-esp. when cucumbers are in season or just top some crackers with the cheese mixture. Cooking time is refrigeration time after preparation. From Southern Living, 1992. Enjoy!!!

    Recipe #321247

    This is a family favorite-from my dear friend Sandra. Below is the exact recipe given to me but over the years I have tried many additions and substitutions like: adding mushrooms, poblano or jalapeno peppers, roasted red peppers, kernel corn, diced carrots, sliced zucchini or yellow squash, spinach; or substituting monterrey jack or cheddar cheese, flour tortillas instead of corn, you get the idea-just make it your own! (Plus, don't worry so much about the layers-I've tossed everything together and poured into pan, topped w/ cheese and it was still great.) You can make this a day ahead and it also freezes well-just thaw in refrigerator overnight and bake as directed. If it is too thick (because the tortillas soak-up moisture), just thin w/ some chicken stock. (I've seen other recipes where you soak the tortillas in broth but I've never tried it.) Cooking time does not include time to cook the chicken. I hope you enjoy this as much as I do!!!

    Recipe #326710

    This is my Grandmother’s recipe-and it reminds me of her-sweet and tangy! A fast and easy meal and it freezes well. I have never eaten another sloppy joe other than this one so I cannot compare to mixes or cans-all I know is that my family and I love these. I don’t usually measure the spices so use to your own taste. Regarding the vinegar, everyone in my family likes it really tangy so I use 4 Tablespoons but my Dad prefers less so adjust to your own liking. Hope you enjoy as much as I do!

    Recipe #321019

    I love these sandwiches for a great change. I often make as a regular sandwich just for me. Works great with many types of bread, too. Adapted from 'The Holidays' by John Hadamuscin. Enjoy!!!

    Recipe #321119

    A co-worker recently gave me this recipe. You can't get much easier than this!!! You can use fresh or frozen tamales. I'm sure you could easily substitute your favorite cheeses and add kernel corn, pinto beans, rotel tomatoes, etc. Simply great with cornbread or salsa biscuits. Can easily be expanded. Enjoy!

    Recipe #305779

    This is a family favorite-so simple and easy! May be prepared a day ahead and also freezes well after cooking. Great for busy weekends and holidays. I like to serve w/ salsa, fresh fruit, and cinnamon rolls. Enjoy!!!

    Recipe #319079

    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 dish is fast and easy and the addition of the lime juice is a delightful change for green beans-very refreshing! From 3 Guys from Miami. Enjoy!!!

    Recipe #322527

    I don't remember the source for this recipe but I think it was a cowboy recipe book. Cooking time is the time to set aside to develop flavors. It is really great over a spinach salad w/ sliced mushrooms and crumbled bacon. My DH's favorite dressing for green salads w/ any combo of veggies that I have on hand-hope it becomes a favorite of yours. Enjoy!!!

    Recipe #307634

    Fresh, fast, fantastic! Create a yummy pasta salad in no time with a little help from packaged fresh pasta and pesto sauce. Recipe is great as is or make it your own by adding grilled shrimp or chicken, fresh mushrooms, green peas, carrots, sun-dried tomatoes, etc. Found this recipe in BHG, May 1990. Enjoy!

    Recipe #317587

    Our family's favorite side dish and is served at every holiday! Can be made a day ahead and also freezes well. This recipe will make 2 casseroles but you can easily adjust to make smaller or larger. So versatile I have even used it as a dip with crackers and as a stuffing for portobellos and chicken breasts. Enjoy!

    Recipe #264966

    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

    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

    Fast, easy, and very colorful. Still one of my favorites after all these years-an easy recipe that I could help make w/ my Nonnie. Can't get any easier than this-5 ingredients! I normally use red delicious apples but have tried all varieties-especially if they are on sale! Adjust ingredients to your liking-just add enough mayo to make creamy. Also, you can sub dried cranberries for raisins for a change. Cooking time is chill time in the fridge, Hope you enjoy this salad as much as my family and I do!!!

    Recipe #308839

    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

    This recipe is so flavorful and a nice change from the usual! Also, I’m sure you could use any potato suitable for roasting. I found this recipe on the MountainKing website. Enjoy!

    Recipe #284535

    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

    My Mom gave me this recipe when I went to college in 1976 and I still make it today! Also, the rice is wonderful with many dishes like baked fish or lemon baked chicken. I am submitting the recipe as written but there are so many ways to tweak to your taste-I've done it all-including using fresh shrimp, chicken, and veggies. Also, think about adding more veggies to either the salad or the rice ie green peas, kernel corn, grated carrot, chopped squash---really anything you like! Prep time includes chill time for salad which I recommend to be at least 1 hour. This can also be easily expanded to feed a crowd. I still love it after all these years! Enjoy!!!

    Recipe #264918

    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

    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

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