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Mexican Coleslaw

Mexican Coleslaw by Denise Sherin

I looked over a lot of Mexican flavored coleslaws and this is what I came up with...we wanted full flavor to go with our fish tacos and this fit the bill.

2 votes
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Creamy Coleslaw

Creamy Coleslaw by Denise Sherin

I like to make all kinds of coleslaw's. I like to make different flavors, some with mayo some with vinaigrettes some mixed with both. I like to change up the base too... green cabbage, red cabbage, apples, carrots, rutabaga, fennel, turnips, jicama, parsnips.... any combination. You get the idea, if you can think it, you can make…

1 vote
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ORANGEVANILLA

ORANGEVANILLA by CHEF ASHRAF ABD ALEEM ELKHARBOTLY

ORANGE VANILLA

1 vote
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Choco banana ice cream

Choco banana ice cream by Jayashree.T.Rao

A guilt free dessert that can be made easily.

1 vote
2917 views
Kiwi Salsa

Kiwi Salsa by Jennifer Sikora

Instead if using tomatoes to make a salsa, try something new. In this recipe, kiwi becomes the main ingredient! It is delicious!

2 votes
2943 views
CANTALOUPE SORBET

CANTALOUPE SORBET by Renu Guru

A lighter version of the ice cream sorbet is just what you need during summers.And when you have a fruit as prone to turning ripe and icky as cantaloupe,why not use it up this way?This dish will satiate your dessert cravings and keep the summer heat at bay.

1 vote
1651 views
Avocado Pico de Gallo

Avocado Pico de Gallo by David St. John

1 vote
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Papaya, Red Onion and Rum Salsa

Papaya, Red Onion and Rum Salsa by Lillian Grace

This fruity, spiked salsa is perfect with spicy, grilled poultry, fish or pork. I serve this with baked garlic chicken, pan fried breaded fish, and of all things...French Toast! Enjoy.

1 vote
2034 views
Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Bananas

Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Bananas by Kristy O'Connor

I found a similar off of a Pinterest post. It looked so easy on the post, but it proved to be way more difficult trying it for the first time. I think the key really is the thickness of the chocolate, and mine was too thick… I know too much chocolate, NO WAY… but I think in this case, less is more. To view this recipe in more…

1 vote
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