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This recipe is tedious to prepare, but well worth the effort. When all the ingredients are chopped fine & combined, it looks like multi-colored gravel. This "dip" is great served with tortilla chips, or add to your favorite omelet, use as a relish topping for burgers or hot dogs, also good on a salad. Note prep time includes chill time.
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This is something I found in "MealLeaniYumm!" by Norene Gilletz . It's perfect for brownbagging to work or school.
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I make this cake at least once every summer, when fresh strawberries are in season. It's delicious! I found the recipe in a cook book titled, "A World of Baking".
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This carrot cake is a must-try, it truly does taste like Sara Lee, very moist, and very delicious, I actually just eat it without any of the icing....it is soooo good, but I am sure you will want to have the icing with the cake, after all, what's carrot cake without cream cheese icing...right?
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I found this recipe in a Crockpot cookbook and its great party fare! I usually make these around the holidays. Everyone really likes them, especially men! You can serve them straight from the Crocpot too!
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Using regular salt no wood chips it worked well too. If you don't have beer cans--put beer into pop cans. You can use water, pop, ice tea or lemonade in the cans. On a barbecue with the three burners you will be able to cook 5 chickens at once or maybe 6. The centre burner was turned off. Recipes For The Boundless Appetite.
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From the California Pear website - found this while looking for a totally unrelated one & it sounded intriguing. If you make it before I do, be sure and leave a review.
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