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    This recipe appeared in our local newspaper from GreenvilleOnline.com from the Supper Swap Girls. It's a little different from other chicken a la King recipes with the vegetables it uses. Just use some grilled chicken or rotisserie chicken and you can probably use frozen green beans instead of fresh.

    Recipe #453384

    This recipe appeared in our local newspaper, from the Supper Swap girls at GreenvilleOnlin.com. It's very important to first dip the tortillas in the sauce BEFORE assembling them.

    Recipe #453059

    This recipe is from Emeril Lagasse. I've been meaning o try it but haven't gotten around to it yet. When I do I will post an update........it sounds delicious!

    Recipe #452702

    A great recipe from newmansown.com website. The recipe title pretty much explains it all. Use more than 4 hot cherry peppers if you like it extra spicy.

    Recipe #452700

    This recipe is from one of Emeril's kids cookbook, which I have adapted slightly. Sometimes I just use dried bread crumbs in place of the Melba toast. We love these!

    Recipe #452673

    This recipe appeared in my local paper. It's from the Supper Swap girls blog which you can find at greenvilleOnline.com. I haven't tried this one out yet so I'm posting it here for safekeeping.

    Recipe #452660

    A recipe from Rachael Ray. Good for a barbecue.

    Recipe #452658

    This recipe appeared in our local paper. It has two kid faves, pepperoni and tortellini so families with children should love it. Add more pepperoni if you like.

    Recipe #452565

    Here's a different salad recipe from Rachael. I like the different combination of vegetables. I also often use frozen green beans in place of fresh.

    Recipe #452550

    From Rachael Ray. You could probably use it on other meats, too.

    Recipe #452249

    A good, unusual pasta salad recipe from newmansown.com

    Recipe #451312

    This is a recipe I found on the website for Newmansown. I haven't tried it out yet but it sounds great

    Recipe #451311

    I found this recipe at www.newmansown.com. I"m posting it here to try in the future. I haven't had much luck making guacamole so maybe this will be a good substitute!

    Recipe #451310

    This recipe appeared in our local paper. It seems a little different from the usual pasta salads. You can also add 3 or 4 grilled chopped chicken breasts to the salad for a main dish.

    Recipe #451308

    This recipe from is from Kraft. It's a nice way to doctor up and box of deluxe macaroni and cheese dinner. You can substitute cayenne pepper for the black if you like it spicier.

    Recipe #451093

    A dry rub recipe I plan on trying someday. Should be good on any meat.

    Recipe #450896

    This recipe appeared in our local newspaper. I haven't tried it yet. It calls for Trader Joe's 21 Salute Seasoning, a salt-free seasoning blend. If you can't find it you could substitute some other salt-free seasoning such as Mrs. Dash.

    Recipe #450895

    This is a great recipe I found in Quick Cooking magazine years ago. It's very versatile and easy to throw together.

    Recipe #450894

    I recently came across this old rercipe in my recipe files. I remember I got it from the old Rosie O'Donnell daytime show. It's a great dip. You can add more cheese if you like.

    Recipe #449297

    Recipe is from Virginia Willis cookbook, Bon Appetit, Y'all. Find more recipes at her website www.virginiawillis.com.

    Recipe #447808

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