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    Recipe is from a booklet from Ro-Tel tomatoes. Heat it up cool it down. Just come hungry to the table! Serve with lettuce, sour cream, and guacamole if desired.

    Recipe #378256

    Just happened to run across a recipe in a magazine. Read it and decided to renovate it. So this is my finished keeper. This is a versatile recipe. You can make this as hot or mild as you like. You can even bake it in the oven with the cheese. This recipe does not include oven time.

    Recipe #377855

    1 Reviews |  By KGCOOK

    I don't recall which magazine I got this from. This recipe has a nice flavor, not over powering, but a nice mild flavor. Serve with a nice crusty bread and maybe a light salad. The recipe actually calls for noodles but I discovered I was out so I used bow tie pasta. Any pasta will do.

    Recipe #368120

    3 Reviews |  By KGCOOK

    My Husband found this recipe one day while at work. He brought it home to me and said "Let's try this for Christmas" and so we did. Not over spicy and not hot but you can heat it up if you want to! A very simple recipe to make. Add more or less of your favorite seasonings!

    Recipe #344348

    5 Reviews |  By KGCOOK

    I hadn't had these in years until a friend of mine gave this to me. It's a pretty old recipe and you just don't see it much in cook books any more. They are super easy to make and so good to eat.

    Recipe #344127

    Create your holiday memories with this hot drink on the holidays. While putting up your cherished Holiday decorations, put a kettle of hot water on, a shot or two of rum and a spoon or two of batter in the mugs. Add a Holiday garnish of your choice. Sip while enjoying the holiday spirit. I received this recipe from my mother in law many years ago. It was my first taste of Hot Buttered Rum and quickly became a favorite of mine. Do Not Use Margarine. Apparently after posting this recipe there has been some debate that this recipe may not be alcohol free after all. Please use with caution where children and medications are concerned. Please check your ingredient list on the extract or flavoring before use.

    Recipe #341955

    I made this for the first time this year for Thanksgiving and it fit in perfectly with the holiday menu. Great change of pace from that old pumpkin pie. I got the recipe from a Taste of Home book. Rave reviews is what I got and requests for the recipe. Serve warm with a little whipped cream and decorate with half of a gingersnap cookie and you have a great thing going on! Do not use the cake mix with pudding.

    Recipe #340442

    4 Reviews |  By KGCOOK

    These biscuits are easy to whip together and bake up nice. I found this recipe in a Taste of Home book. They are great with ham or turkey dinners. Also good with chili or other favorite soups.

    Recipe #340184

    I have this recipe of apple crisp and I like it. I have this recipe for apple pie and I like it. I have this recipe for frozen peaches too...I like it too. So how can I get some of all of these in this recipe? Well I did. Hubby says he wants this for dinner and it has to take the place of all of my apple and peach crisp recipes. I hope you will like this every bit as much as we do! I used a package of Recipe #323507 (or follow directions but do not freeze)

    Recipe #330550

    You know how you always have to mix a few spices together to sprinkle over the top of some desserts? Well this one is my creation. I use it on pies, crisps, cookies, certain cakes, sweet potatoes, ham, and what ever else I decide to use it on. I just keep it in a little shaker bottle and small bowl.

    Recipe #329677

    Defiantly a fall time main meal Done in the crock pot it becomes an easy meal. So many different vegetables you get it all in one dish! Change the vegetables and change the seasoning for a new twist each time you make this I got the idea from another recipe but changed some ingredients and ended up with this. When this was done, I thought that I had used ground pork!

    Recipe #328452

    2 Reviews |  By KGCOOK

    This is just so simple and versatile. You can put anything in it you like. Make more to go with it or not. DH and I like it just this way because it can be filling depending on what you put in it. Seasonings are to your taste. I change them all the time depending on what I add to these. The more servings you need, you can add extra of any of the ingredients. This is also a budget stretcher. Cooking time does not include adding more than ingredients listed. If you use meat, be sure to precook it first and drain.

    Recipe #328424

    This recipe came to me from my sister.' They live in NM and my brother in law works up on this mountain called "Brushy Mountain" so goes the name.

    Recipe #328038

    I had a taste for tamales one night but didn't want them fixed "as usual", that was just boring to me. I thought about what I could do with the ones I had and came up with this. Fast, easy, and so tasty good! Just serve them up with your favorite taco toppin's and you are ready to go! You don't have to cook them for a certain amount of time either before they are safe to eat. This recipe would be so-so easy to double or triple. I would do this in the oven though, they may dry out.

    Recipe #324401

    We were interested in making our own sausage but couldn't find a recipe we liked. We found Hubby's grandma's but it seemed unfinished. So we made what she all ready had and then expanded from there. We plan to make other "flavors" too in the future. This one is good but you play with the seasonings yourself, see what you like. Recipe does not include cooking or freezing times. If you don't care for certain meat in this, add the other meat(s) in amounts equal amounts to meat you don't like.

    Recipe #323884

    1 Reviews |  By KGCOOK

    Vivian my good friend gave me her recipe for fresh frozen peaches after I had told her that my canned ones were not what I had expected. She told me that she never cans them only freezes them. When I tasted her recipe I knew there was no going back, except for seconds! These are wonderful and so fresh you think you just fixed right then! The teaspoon measurement is a very big heap!

    Recipe #323507

    4 Reviews |  By KGCOOK

    I never thought that I would enjoy fruit teas as much as do until I had a glass of raspberry iced tea. Refreshing and delicious. I tried several ways and then this way. The blend is not too strong or weak, and not too sweet. Although if you want to you could add more sugar if you like.

    Recipe #319412

    1 Reviews |  By KGCOOK

    When I was a kid I collected recipes to make for my family some day. I found this recipe years ago and tried it with my mom. It came out very good. Since then I server these with many different meals. You may try this with fresh herbs although I never have.

    Recipe #318846

    I got this recipe from my big sister. It's one of her originals. On the grill or on the stove either way these are a hit! Serve them plain or on a toasted bun with all the fixin's. In this recipe she used Famous Dave's for the steak seasoning and BBQ sauce. The 3 way is, grill, pan fry, or dip in sweet and sour sauce. Connie always does the pinch and dash so please feel free to seaon to taste.

    Recipe #315911

    1 Reviews |  By KGCOOK

    Ever found an empty pan of something in your fridge? I did! I found this recipe in a book. It was rather plain so I added my own tasteful touches and served it to my family. They loved every bite and it was gone in just a few hours. If fresh peaches are out of season then use the best frozen peaches you can but cut back on the sugar.

    Recipe #315909

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