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    This is how I make tortilla or fiesta soup. It's economical and protein-rich without using a lot of chicken breasts. I poach the chicken breast in water and save the water to add to the soup. We usually serve with quesadillas or nachos.

    Recipe #497281

    From the Kitchn blog. Good, healthy stuff! This salad can be served room temperature or cold. Leftovers will keep refrigerated for up to a week. The original recipe adds 3 oz of goat cheese.

    Recipe #496500

    From Rhodes. We made this for Christmas Eve brunch and it was a hit! Simply lay the frozen rolls on a large cookie sheet, cover with plastic wrap and thaw in the fridge overnight. Wake up the next morning, assemble the bubbleloaf and put in a warm oven to rise for 30 minutes. Then continue baking. Make sure to use non-instant pudding. Like Monkey Bread but better because there's more naughty ingredients :) Time doesn't include time to thaw rolls.

    Recipe #492322

    From Divas Can Cook. I make with her TO DIE FOR Red Velvet Cake recipe I've also posted. This is designed to frost a 2-tier cake and makes 3/4 of her standard recipe for a 3-tier cake.

    Recipe #492065

    This recipe from Divas Can Cook is TO DIE FOR! The BEST cake I've ever made, the second best I've ever eaten (next to my wedding cake :). I only used 15 drops of red food coloring because I ran out. Next time I won't add any because I don't like dyes in my food. Make it with the Divas Can Cook Cream Cheese frosting I've posted. She says: This is the best red velvet cake I’ve ever had! Super moist with the perfect, classic red velvet taste. Everybody that I make this for loves it!! Hopefully you will too!

    Recipe #492064

    From Daisy and I look forward to trying. It got rave reviews from a master baker.

    Recipe #490445

    Recipe #490423

    I modified Loves2Teach's great recipe for Cheesy Broccoli Rice (#67521) to make a main dish casserole without canned soups. Enjoy!

    Recipe #487283

    These are killer. Seriously. Don't make these if you are on or near a diet. I found them on a blog when I was looking for a way to use up the insane amounts of hot cocoa mix I have on hand. I made them with Starbucks' mix which contains only cocoa, vanilla and sugar, so I'm not sure how other brands will turn out. If you use a brand that is very sweet, adjust the sugars accordingly. I also slightly packed my flour to see if they would come out more cakey (they did). This batter does not need to be refrigerated before baking. I tried 2 batches each way and the cookies actually came out better when the dough was at room temperature.

    Recipe #482130

    This recipe is adapted from missykett's wonderful Honey Beef and Broccoli Stir Fry. I changed a few things because of the ingredients I had on hand and liked it so much I am posting it here so I can remember what I did :)

    Recipe #482127

    I am cheap and won't buy a panini press. I fry these on a flat non-stick pan, flattening them with a cast iron frying pan (I just leave it on top of the sandwich while it cooks). I used a sweet Bavarian mustard from Aldi, you could use another mustard but I would try and stick to a sweeter brown if you have it. Ingredient amounts are estimated. Simple and good.

    Recipe #479781

    From the Kitchn blog. Sounds to me like the perfect "Up North" cake. I really like that it uses graham crackers for the "cake". Posted here for safekeeping.

    Recipe #479585

    This was adapted from Jugalbandi's blog and is not only delicious but beautiful! My 3 y/o wasn't quite won over (yet) but my 15 month old thought it was the bee's knees. You can easily sub different veggies, just chop 6-7 cups of veg total. Great, healthy veg side.

    Recipe #479584

    This was adapted from a Pillsbury recipe. It's nothing fancy, but filling and fun. I think next time we'll add garlic. Add jalapenos for some kick if you're not serving little ones.

    Recipe #479309

    From Vegetarian Times. I'm posting it here for safe-keeping.

    Recipe #476775

    My mom made this salad while we were visiting last weekend and it is spectacular! I like that the dressing packs a punch without any chemicals or high fructose corn syrup.

    Recipe #476668

    This is recipe comes from an 1942 copy of Good Housekeeping. My mom makes it every year for St. Patrick's Day and it is Divine.

    Recipe #476422

    This was a Mardi Gras recipe in our local paper. Good salad dressing, not too peppery and perfect for a Mardi Gras party. I couldn't find Creole mustard, but any good grainy mustard will do.

    Recipe #475001

    From http://homesicktexan.blogspot.com "I am so in love with these tortillas that I found myself just staring at them with a silly grin plastered on my face, amazed at what I had made. My friends think I’m a little nuts for my obsession, and maybe I am, but who cares? It may have taken me many years, but at last I have cooked homemade flour tortillas I am pleased and proud to not only eat myself but to share with the world."

    Recipe #473502

    An inexpensive, delicious and quick meal to throw together. From my local paper. I made two changes, the original recipe called for two medium onions and 2 cans of navy beans, but I only use one of each because it is plenty. Start the rice once you get the pot of everything but the beans simmering.

    Recipe #473493

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