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    This divine recipe is from Rachel Ray on, with a slight modification from me. She calls for corn on the cob - I throw in a bag of frozen!

    Recipe #399050

    I found this recipe in a newspaper several years ago in a rural Colorado town. I don't remember the name of the paper. My family (kids especially) love weekend mornings when we enjoy these biscuits along with bacon & fruit! Enjoy!

    Recipe #398957

    I found this in a Cooking Light magazine. It's quick & easy! My kids (8 & 10) even liked it, but using 1 tsp of red pepper made it almost too spicey for them. It's an interesting combination of textures & flavors - the beans make it 'feel' earthy!

    Recipe #384493

    Tomato-cilantro salsa tops these zesty black beans. The cumin & orange juice are nice undertones to the beans.

    Recipe #367435

    This salad isn't too sweet, even with the strawberries. It has a good texture with the Monterrey Jack Cheese & the walnuts.

    Recipe #367331

    Everyone loves this - even my two small children. Once cooked, it can be refrigerated and reheated. This has become a breakfast tradition for the holidays.

    Recipe #352918

    This dish disappears quickly! It's nice because it can be made well ahead of time. The hard part is remembering to remove it from the freezer in time! This season, I'm going to try it with Tofutti cream cheese and a soy whipable topping I recently discovered. ***The 4-6 hours cooking time is time in the freezer! I found this in a recipe book titled, "Homemade for the Holidays."

    Recipe #339142

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