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Tex-Mex Pizza

February 24, 2012
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Never miss a recipe! Subscribe to my emails!  How do you feed five or more on one pound of ground beef or one pound of leftover taco meat?  Tex-Mex Pizza of course!  Homemade pizza is so delicious and your family will love it.  You know we don’t have take-out so I have learned to make […]

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Santa Fe Roasted Red Pepper Dip

September 9, 2011

Football season is upon us, and game day food is a must.  I have a super quick dip for you that will knock your socks off.  Roasted red peppers with cumin and a hint of cilantro for a new twist on the classic Tex-Mex dip flavors.  This would also be a great addition to tacos […]

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Avocado Chicken Quesadillas

March 14, 2011

  Avocados are one of my favorite foods. Recently I was very fortunate to find the best source for avocados and they were shipped right to my door.  The biggest, best tasting avocados I’ve ever had and at a great price.  Being in Wyoming, it’s not easy to get good avocados and I am so […]

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Cheesy Ground Beef Taquitos

February 4, 2011

I love taquitos, even the ones from the grocery store’s freezer section.  I know they must be full of preservatives and no telling what else and then it dawned on me, surely I could make my own; then I would know exactly what went into them.  I was impressed, especially for my first attempt, quite […]

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Easy Chicken Tacos

January 21, 2011

I have professed my love for tacos many times and yet here it is again.  These tacos were made with a new twist, I used the new Kraft Philadelphia Cooking Cream Santa Fe Blend to season the chicken.  It is good enough to eat straight from the carton, very flavorful without tasting artificial.  It reminded […]

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Smoked Turkey & Caramelized Onion Quesadillas

January 1, 2011

Quesadillas are great for so many reasons, they cook in about five minutes, a great way to use up left overs, easily made to suit every one’s tastes and the possibilities are endless. We received a smoked turkey for Christmas from a local business.  I thought it was a ham until I unwrapped it, which […]

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Dorito Chicken

October 7, 2010

Dorito Chicken was one of the all-time favorites from my days as a cook on the ranch.  You know ranchers like beef, but those guys could be persuaded by Dorito chicken.   Casseroles are not big around here, so don’t tell my guys this could be considered a casserole!  My kids L. O. V. E. […]

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Mini Taco Pies

April 25, 2010

    Mini Taco Pies are a great twist on traditional tacos.  These would make awesome party appetizers too.  I usually make these as one big pie, but I thought the the mini pies would be fun.  It’s just one more way for me to squeeze tacos into the menu.  These are made with ground […]

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