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    This Black Bean recipe comes from a Taste of Home Light and Tasty magazine; but, you needn't be a vegetarian to enjoy them. A hearty vegetarian dish, they'll tingle your taste buds, besides providing some much needed fiber. My DH isn't wild about cilantro, but he wolfed these cakes down with gusto. I haven't tried it yet, but after they are fried, I think they could also be used as a filling inside a wrap, with perhaps some slivered strips of Romaine lettuce and some chopped guacamole. Be sure to make the salsa/sour cream sauce. It's the absolute "finishing" touch!

    Recipe #247701

    My Aunt Mona served this dressing with a large bowl of mixed fruit 60 years ago. It has been a family favorite for special occasions ever since. She layered the fruits in a glass bowl so their colors and textures could be admired by everyone. The dressing was offered in a gravy boat or served in a separate bowl. These are some of the fruits she liked to use: pineapple pieces; diced apples; peaches; pears; melon chunks or balls; grapes; bananas; Mandarin orange segments--and even nuts and chopped dates. Feel free to use your favorites. Amount of servings depends upon how much fruit is used and how big the bowl is.

    Recipe #222232

    M-m-m-m! Tired of ordinary, ho-hum cookies? If so, then treat your taste buds to these Orange-Cardamom Icebox cookies! They are yummy! I've lost count of the times I've made them, since I discovered this recipe in "The Daily Oklahoman" newspaper about two years ago. Preparation time: 2 hours and 10 minutes. Includes 2 hours for chilling dough in the refrigerator.

    Recipe #71345

    It was "love-at-first-bite" when I first tasted "Tiramisu" last year in a Seattle restaurant, while there visiting our son and Czech daughter-in-law. This spring, my DH and I had Tiramisu again, in several different restaurants during the 4 weeks we were visiting in the Czech Republic. I'd never considered making it, myself, until I found this recipe in THE CAKE DOCTOR cookbook, as I thought it would be too complicated to make at home. Preparation includes 5 minutes for assembly.

    Recipe #69606

    These cookies were always in great demand at our house whenever I made them. Our 5 children loved the pineapple-coconut combination. The only problem was, I couldn't keep them on hand very long. I found this recipe in an Albuquerque newspaper sometime in the '60's and have made them many times since then.

    Recipe #68502

    This is a rich, but very yummy pie! A former roommate of mine from Georgia told me this was her mother's pecan pie recipe. She gave it to me in 1956. I have been using it ever since.

    Recipe #66845

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