Spicy DIY Taco Seasoning
Whether it is tacos or wings, you live for the heat. In fact, it isn't tasty unless your tongue is tingling and your eyes are watering. Packaged spices won't do for your threshold of heat, so really kick it up with this DIY spicy taco seasoning! Want more DIY taco seasonings? Click here!
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Mexican Fudge
This fudge uses Mexican chocolate, which contains cinnamon, giving this fudge a pleasantly spicy kick to its aftertaste.
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Fish kebab
Marinate your fish before grilling to get the most flavor out of your ingredients.This recipe is courtesy of Tori Avey.
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creamed corn
Creamed corn is a perfect side dish for summer barbecues when corn is in season or as a fall and winter comfort food. This dish is a mix of corn, milk, cream cheese and butter, all melted together in a creamy, rich flavorful dish. Corn kernels off the cob freeze beautifully. This dish serves a crowd, you can halve the recipe for a family meal.Add in crumbled bacon or chopped green onion to make it even more delish. 
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Cauterize your hangover with the help of this take on the Virgin Mary mocktail: our version normalizes blood sugar and electrolytes. Read more about 8 Doctor-Approved Hangover Remedies That Really Work.
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Hot Chocolate
There are plenty of ways to make hot chocolate boozy, including simply throwing a dollop of Frangelico or Baileys into a cup of hot chocolate mix. This recipe for Spiked Hot Chocolate, however, kicks it up a notch.
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Spicy Egg Salad
With a few seasoning swaps and a kick of heat, your egg salad is taken to the next heat level. You can make this egg salad completely customizable to your heat tolerance. Check out more Egg-cellent egg salad ideas!
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Nothing is better than a soft cooked egg with a creamy center over hearty potatoes. This is perfect for Easter brunch.
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Mexican Popcorn
You’ll be surprised by how addictive this spicy and sweet popcorn is. It’s a perfect snack for every movie night in.This recipe is courtesy of Macheesmo.
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This Low-FODMAP and Gluten Free recipe from Life and Thymez promises a satisfying and repeat customer result. If you’re freezing, double the recipe and store in airtight container or Ziploc bags once cooked.
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Best Dry Rub
The beauty in barbecue is simplicity. Good quality meat and fire does most of the hard work in this old-school way of cooking, but a good dry rub is the foundation to all great smoked meats. Down South, rubs aren’t complicated at all and usually consist of just kosher salt and fresh cracked pepper. Our version is very similar, but we add a little light brown sugar to compliment the sweetness of the meat, and pinch of cayenne for color
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Smoky, spicy, and sweet, this smoothie packs a lot of flavors, but none of them are kale-flavored.   Read more about How to Make Kale Smoothies You Actually Want to Drink Learn How to Make a Smoothie.
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