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    8 Reviews |  By StaceyB

    I use my food processor to slice the potatoes and onion. The ham seasons the potatoes nicely. This smells great while cooking.

    Recipe #56884

    These are my favorite peanut butter cookies. They are so delicious. Be sure to use real butter, that is the key to the best tasting cookies. I found the recipe in the Pillsbury Complete Cook Book.

    Recipe #42222

    My youngest daughter, she is 6, always requests this stew. It is a favorite for our family of 4 and it feeds us twice.

    Recipe #40783

    1 Reviews |  By StaceyB

    This is a refreshing summer drink. These margarita's taste much better if you use a premium Tequilla.

    Recipe #40778

    8 Reviews |  By StaceyB

    I cut down on preperation time by mixing this together in my KitchenAid stand mixer. To serve, cut into one inch slices and top with Pico de Gallo.

    Recipe #40775

    1 Reviews |  By StaceyB

    I love spicy foods, and this spices up anything. You can always remove all of the jalapeno seeds if it is to hot, and of course you could keep all of the seeds if you like it hotter. I top my Spicy Mexican Meatloaf with this, but you can use it as a side for any dish.

    Recipe #40771

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