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    Honey and sesame seeds are a classic Chinese flabor combination, one that suits the rich taste of fresh tuna just perfectly. This dish is terrific with fresh steamed broccoli or sauted spinach.

    Recipe #350659

    I pulled this recipe from 2006 Real Simple magazine and it is the BEST! If you like gingerbread and Pumpkin and a super moist dense bread, you will love this. It's super easy and the house smells better than any Yankee Pumpkin candle! This is a great loaf to give as a gift.

    Recipe #336330

    This is from Taste of Home Magazine. I forgot to pick up corn so admitted that and also red peppers were too expensive so I used a green Italian pepper. These are so tasty and and super easy. The sauce is so good that you can use it for a dip or topping for tacos, etc.

    Recipe #309509

    This comes from the Recipe Book "Best Recipes from the backs of Boxes, Bottles, Cans and Jars" From the Tabasco Sauce people in Creole Louisana comes this classic red-hot bbq ribs recipe. The sauce is equally good for bbq chicken, and just try it over grilled hamburgers. My husband was moaning so loud while eating his ribs I thought I just had to share this recipe....it is amazing!

    Recipe #290659


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