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Mouthwatering Homemade Salsa Recipe Added to Website

By: | 0 Comments | On: May 3, 2006 | Category : Uncategorized, Website Updates

Don’t miss our new salsa, Avocado Melon Salsa. I don’t know about you but I love avocado in my salsa. It gives it such a velvety rich texture your tastebuds will think they have died and gone to heaven. Everything here is fresh, fresh, fresh, and let’s not forget healthy.... more

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New Tamale Recipe For The Website

By: | 0 Comments | On: April 27, 2006 | Category : Uncategorized, Website Updates

I have been working on my new homemade tamale recipe and it’s finally up on the website. There are several pictures to help you make this wonderful dish. Feel free to let me know what you think. I really like this recipe and plan to make more tamales soon. Hot... more

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The Most Awesome Refired Beans In The World

By: | 0 Comments | On: April 19, 2006 | Category : Mexican, Uncategorized

I love it when my readers send in their favorite recipes. Here is one sent in by Michele Borja Gibbard. Thanks, Michele. Ingredients: 4 Lg. Cans of whole cooked pinto beans – 3 drained of liquid. 1 lb. of bacon – cooked til crunchy – SAVE BACON GREASE 1 lb.... more

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Make No-Pan, Easy Omelets For Camping

By: | 0 Comments | On: April 6, 2006 | Category : Camping Recipes, Uncategorized

Well I’m back. I’ve been rather busy with boy scouts lately and wanted to share a recipe with you that involves camping. My 13 year old is a star scout (for those who know scout ranks). I organized an overnight camp out and one parent provided this delicious breakfast for... more

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Perky Pork Chops

By: | 0 Comments | On: March 14, 2006 | Category : Pork, Uncategorized

Here is a pork chop recipe sent in by a visitor. 4 loin pork chops, about 1 inch thick salt, pepper and flour 1 to 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 1/4 cup chopped onion 2 tablespoons chopped green bell pepper 3/4 cup pineapple juice 1/2 cup ketchup few drops of Tabasco... more

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Irresistible Caramelized Onion Appetizer

By: | 0 Comments | On: March 3, 2006 | Category : Recommended Products, Uncategorized

I gotta tell you about these fantastic little appetizers I had at a party last week. I mean they were unbelievably delicious. They were so good I thought I was eating dessert. And you know what? They are store bought from my favorite store – Trader Joe’s. These tasty tidbits... more

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Comforting Shredded Beef Recipe

By: | 0 Comments | On: February 21, 2006 | Category : Beef, Uncategorized

This shredded beef recipe was giving to me by a lady I met at Whole Foods Market. She was buying a bottom round roast and telling the butcher how she was going to cook it. Being the friendly person that I am, I asked her for the recipe. I liked... more

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Cleaning Mushrooms, Fixing Burnt Spaghetti Sauce, Keep Cut Onion Fresh

By: | 0 Comments | On: February 15, 2006 | Category : Cooking Tips, Uncategorized

Sharon, a visitor to my site sent in these cooking tips. Enjoy. Tip #1 A cheap baby hairbrush (can be bought at dollar stores) cleans mushrooms great–the soft bristles don’t scar up the mushrooms but are strong enough to remove the dirt. Cheaper than buying one of the fancy “mushroom”... more

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Chicken Tacos

By: | 0 Comments | On: February 8, 2006 | Category : Chicken, Uncategorized

This recipe was sent in by Sue. Sue has some great ideas here for making easy chicken tacos and chicken enchiladas. Here is her recipe: This versatile chicken filling is easy to make and can be used several different ways. I use either Herdez brand green chile salsa I buy... more

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How To Cut, Remove The Seed, And Peel An Avocado.

By: | 0 Comments | On: February 3, 2006 | Category : How-To's, Uncategorized

You know the saying “there are 10 ways to skin a cat.” Well the same goes for peeling and taking out an avocado pit. Everyone seems to have a different way to do it and that’s fine. Today I am going to show you how I do it in a... more

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