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    This is a simple, quick take on the perennial Spanish favorite -- gazpacho. It's reminiscent of a gazpacho I had at a Central Park food cart last summer and I love it because it doesn't contain cucumbers! (Am I weird? I don't really care for them.) It's a snap to make and is a great way to use up tomatoes that are borderline overripe. If at all possible, use the freshest homegrown tomatoes and a juicy watermelon. This recipe came from a local Spanish-language magazine called Ñ. I've translated it, made it twice now, and found that I wouldn't change a thing.

    Recipe #484571

    If you love Taco Via in Kansas City because of their chilled taco sauce, this recipe will please you. It's not exactly the same, but you will love the peppery, chilled concoction when you're far from home.

    Recipe #462400

    ***NOTE! I made this recipe and didn't measure the amount of cheese... SO I am guessing at the poundage! I'm going to make it again this weekend and this time I will measure. I apologize tremendously for this oversight!!! It's still delicious no matter how much cheese you use, but I am going to borrow a scale and find out for sure in a few days. Thanks for your patience! **** This came from a friend who got the recipe from a restaurant owner. It's absolutely delicious, but be sure to wait a few minutes (it's going to be difficult) before you dive in because it can burn the roof of your mouth! Absolutely heavenly goodness...

    Recipe #202957

    Three words-- OH MY GOSH!!!! This is a recipe from Adriana's restaurant on The Hill in St. Louis, one of the greatest Italian neighborhoods in the country. This pie is so good it will leave you wanting more, even when you're full. It makes a LOT of extra sauce for you to save and use as you wish. I also make this ahead by only baking it for 15 minutes at first, then freezing it and baking it for an hour at a later time. Can you say "meat crust?" You will from now on... p.s. a reviewer says the recipe also appears on foodtv.com with slight variations.

    Recipe #95239

    This is so easy you really won't believe it. I made it for my boyfriend and he thought I'd worked all day on it. HA HA.

    Recipe #43222


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