Taco Grande

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My cousin earned a purple ribbon at the county fair for this yummy recipe, which I copied straight from our family beef cookbook. Taco Grande 1 pound hamburger 1 package taco seasoning 12 oz. salsa (8) 6-inch flour tortillas 2 cups shredded colby-monterrey jack cheese 1 green onion, sliced lettuce tomato sour cream Preheat oven […]

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Summer Chili

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A refreshing salad and hearty comfort food all in one dish, Summer Chili comes from a family cookbook written by two of my aunts.  It’s super easy to prepare this meal ahead of time, then assemble right before eating.  Enjoy! Summer Chili 1 1/2 pounds ground beef 1 (15 oz.) can kidney beans, rinsed and […]

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Zucchini Recipes

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Zucchini is so abundant in my garden right now!  I needed a place to go for inspiration, and thought some of you could use extra zucchini recipes, too.  So… don’t run away the next time your neighbor knocks on the door with a bag full of zucchini.  Accept it graciously and get to cookin’!  Recipes […]

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Garden Tip: Sugar Water

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Maybe it’s because I’m still a garden newbie, but I get such a kick out of checking my plants each morning… and evening… and during the day if it’s not 100° out.  It’s an awesome thing to watch food grow.  God sure knows how to entertain! These gorgeous crookneck squash blooms greeted me this morning.  […]

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Chocolate Pudding Zucchini Muffins

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These really should be called cupcakes.  Without the whole wheat flour and zucchini, I’m not sure that they have any redeeming qualities… except that they taste awesome.  That counts for something, right?! All I know is that my 3 year old son asked sweetly “Mom, when you can fix these again?” after his first bite, […]

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