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    http://www.ourbestbites.com/2012/08/roasted-sweet-corn-and-tomato-soup/

    Recipe #489763

    Recipe from: http://cooklisacook.blogspot.com/2012/03/slimmed-down-loaded-potato-buffalo.html Posted to calculate points for ww

    Recipe #489762

    needed to calculate the ww points for this without the frosting. recipe #71694

    Recipe #487865

    Adapted from Not My Mamas Meals http://www.cookingchanneltv.com/recipes/bobby-deen/pot-roast-stew-recipe/index.html#

    Recipe #487864

    Found on the back of Lipton Vegetable Soup mix. Have not made before, but am posting for safe keeping.

    Recipe #471229

    Recieved recipe from one of my residents. SOOO good!

    Recipe #470547

    This recipe comes from the HEB My Texas Life November 2011 magazine. Posting for safe keeping. I have not made it myself but have tried it at a pot luck. Delicious!

    Recipe #469134

    Putting this recipe on here for safe keeping with my adaptions. Original recipe came from http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Famous-Restaurant-Queso-Dip/Detail.aspx Delicious!

    Recipe #448280

    This recipe is an adaption of Recipe #240456 , using the cooking method from Recipe #117892 . The only way that I can cook rice and it turns out edible is in the oven. . .

    Recipe #442913

    This recipe is a somewhat healthier version of Recipe# 65563

    Recipe #441067

    I have been making this recipe since I was little and entered it in the food show for 4-H. It is similar to other recipes on here, but you do not cook your beef first.

    Recipe #439949

    Adapted a recipe I found on Spark Recipes. http://recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-detail.asp?recipe=65351 Added cocoa powder and chocolate chips. YUM!

    Recipe #439948

    I adapted Recipe #35393 to make a healthier version of this muffin. Do not overbake or your muffin will be dry. May try baking at a lower temp to see if it provides a more moist muffin.

    Recipe #439666

    This is another one of Mrs. Roach's recipes. It is Czech/Austrian. It is the best strudel you will ever eat. It is a lot of work but well worth it. I have to make some without raisens because my husband does not like them. To me, it's not a strudel if it does not have raisens! I have been making these since I was probably 7 years old. FYI, along with sopapillas, strudel is the official pastry of Texas. You can make this with apples, but I grew up making it with pears. Prep time does not include overnight refrigeration of dough.

    Recipe #427898

    I am posting this for safe keeping. I made it up one night and it was really good. The amount of ingredients is for 1 chicken breast. All ingredients can be adjusted to taste. The garlic and cilantro cubes are found in the grocery store with the bullion. I used Knorr.

    Recipe #418967

    I make this every year for my husband for Valentine's Day. I got this recipe from the Food Network and Martha Stewart. 2003 Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Inc.

    Recipe #399553

    I got the original recipe when I worked at Lowell Farms, an organic rice company. I originally used their organic jasmine rice in this recipe. It is very good and has a distinct tast much different than regular white rice. It gives the dish a lot of flavor. It is hard for me to find unless I go back to my hometown. I added chicken to the recipe to make it a main dish. I have not made this in a long time and just recently found my recipe again. I am posting for safe keeping. http://www.lowellfarms.com

    Recipe #399508

    My aunt always made this squash casserole. She usually used eggplant and zucchini or whatever my uncle picked fresh out of the garden. You can use any combination of zucchini, yellow squash, and eggplant.

    Recipe #398643

    I had to have this recipe after eating this at my uncle's birthday party on the 4th of July. It is really good! I was not sure of the size of the package of Ramen noodles, so I estimated. It is the standard small rectangle package.

    Recipe #398640

    Have not tried this yet. It is from the Food Network Kitchens.

    Recipe #397350

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