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Quick Hummus



This tasty spread is easy to make and tastes amazing when used in sandwiches.

Picante Sauce



Joyce's Sweet-And-Sour Sauce



Every Chinese cook has his own version of this. This one is intended for quick cooking in an American kitchen.

Low-Fat Creamy French Dressing



A completely fat-free, sugar-free, low-fat, low calorie French-style salad dressing that's creamy, thick and packed with flavor.

Oil and Lemon Dressing



Why buy salad dressing? This is so easy. You can always quickly make a salad dressing using these kitchen staples. Add your own herbs and voila! Instant personality.

Spiced Blueberry Jam



Spiced Blueberry Jam recipe

Mint and Cucumber Raita



This is an awesome Raita (cucumber and yogurt) with the fresh zing of mint which goes well with lamb or to cool off your taste buds with a spicy curry or any other hot and spicy...

Spicy habanero mayonnaise



a moderatly spicy adaptation of "The Joy Of Cooking" blender mayonnaise recipe

Lorelyn's Cranberry Chutney



This colorful chutney is a wonderful rendition, particularly during the holiday season. You can store the finished product in the refrigerator for 2-3 weeks. Many thanks to Aqu...

Julia Child's Homemade Mayonnaise



Note from Julia: The following directions are for a hand-beaten sauce. Exactly the same system is followed for an electric beater. Use the large bowl, and the moderately fast ...

New York-Style Hot Dog Onions



This is an easy version of the traditional hot dog topping that's served by New York City street vendors.

Port Wine, Fig and Bleu Cheese Sauce



Great accompaniment for albondigas or pork roast.

Moroccan Sauce for Kefta



Prepare your recipe for kefta meatballs. Let them simmer for at least an hour in this spicy tomato-based sauce.

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