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  • circlemoon8 1 year ago about Avocado Salsa
    This is right up my alley!
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  • sday5 3 years ago about Jessies Spanish Rice
    I will have to try this.
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  • sday5 3 years ago
    I am making those cajun firecrackers again. They are so interesting and easy to make. Thanks for this recipe.
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  • alaskacookin 3 years ago about Turkey Enchiladas
    this sounds like an awesome & easy todo after thanksgiving try!! thanks for posting!
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  • queenofalot 4 years ago about Spinach Lasagna
    I have had this with fresh Spinach. I loved it so much better.
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  • nickbas3189 4 years ago about Cajun Fire Crackers
    Its better not to put the oil and seasoning in a bag to shake up place them flat in a cookie pan.. mist olive oil on them tell they have a good coating(both sides) mix your seasoning up in a shaker sprinkle as much as you want to your taste (both sides) place oven on 350 dgF and cook for about 7 to 12 min depending on how crispy you want them to be but not so long that it dries them out.... PS i always add a lil extra seasoning in the Zip-Lock or pickle jar
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  • sday5 5 years ago
    You have two of my favorite recipes. I just made your turkey enchiladas tonight. I make them with left over chicken and we love them. They do not taste like diet food. They are lighter than any recipes enchilada recipes I have and taste so so good.

    I also love the cajun fire crackers.---------
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  • mtrevino57 5 years ago
    Yup! the oil amount is correct on the Fire Crackers. It sounds like a lot but when you get the whole box of crackers into the bag too it is just about enogh to coat the crackers.
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  • laxmom07 5 years ago
    hey, on the cajun fire crackers, is the amount of oil correct? 4/3??
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  • blueeyes68ky 6 years ago
    Hello, Thanks for being my cooking buddy.
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  • lincolntoot 6 years ago
    Thanks cooking buddy!
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  • mtrevino57 6 years ago
    CAJUN FIRE CRACKERS - If you are looking for a way to "spice up" your breakfast, you can crumble a few of these up in your scrambled eggs while cooking them. This I remembered from long ago when my grandfather would have potato chips in his eggs.
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  • dynie 6 years ago
    Oh my, so often I cook the same way as you mentioned in your "About me" with making things from what you have. I most likely picked it up from watching my mom cook. My 15 yr. old daughter already does that too. We've come up with some real good recipes, though.
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  • pat2me 6 years ago
    Thanks for the comment on the salad, with summer coming it's a really nice dinner!
    Those cinnamon fruit biscuits look wonderful....I'll be giving those a try! Thanks again!
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  • pleclare 6 years ago
    Thanks for being my cooking buddy. Turkey enchiladas look great
    Pat
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