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    9 Reviews |  By TeresaS

    This is a great recipe that is requested time and time again. It is best when served with Chicken in A Biskit Crackers. Everyone who tires this cheese ball RAVES about it!! The chicken spread is from the makers of Underwood devil ham. Based on Erica's review this is how I create the cheese ball. I grate my cheese on plastic wrap and toss the cheese ball on top and bring up the sides to cover the cheese at the same time molding it into the ball shape.

    Recipe #152932

    My girl friend gave my this and I think it is a clone recipe from a chain restaurant. It is good and an easy throw together recicpes that can be put in a small crock pot to keep warm.

    Recipe #291267

    This is another variation of a classic deviled egg.

    Recipe #304977

    15 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I used a mix of cauliflower from the gardenia mix, broccoli and boccoflower for a contrast of color. I quickly blanched the broccoli and broccoflower heads very quickly (just seconds) in salted boiling water and the chilled to brighten the color!You'll need Styrofoam cone and toothpicks. I also used a platter that has a center with with a dip basin which is not really needed.

    Recipe #149199

    This wonderful, no-fail recipe was found in an old Iowa church cookbook. This recipe was used for the church luncheons. I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #183923

    These are the cutest little bites and you can make them according to your personal tastes. A friend toted these to our 4th of July party and they were gone within minutes! Recipe from Land O Lakes.

    Recipe #95370

    One of our favorites....

    Recipe #93840

    Saucy tender ribs waiting for you to get home.

    Recipe #216435

    Great idea for a football party, graduation party, any potluck get-together. I was assigned a hot side dish for a potluck work luncheon, served aside of hot dogs and other party appy's, and decided to try this out in the crockpot and it worked. It went over well; many people went back for seconds and came looking for the leftovers the next day.....it was the only dish that was gone! Very simple indeed, but it's one of those dishes that you hardly lift a finger yet it goes a long way. Would go great aside of hamburger BBQ, sausage sandwiches, bratwurst, hamburgers, etc or make as a main dish. Perfect if you don't have an oven or have limited oven space for your party cooking. I have figured on 16 servings/3 pierogies per person and prep time includes sautee of onion and butter.

    Recipe #331486

    56 Reviews |  By DebM

    Just in time for the holidays. A family favorite.

    Recipe #43842

    Tender chicken in a kicky sauce. You may even want to double the sauce ingredients and serve poured over rice, noodles, or potatoes.

    Recipe #138505

    Great baked bean--tastes like you made them from strach, but no one will know--if you don't tell them.

    Recipe #51801

    This is a tasty and easy breakfast casserole. Serve with a bowl of fresh fruit. Wonderful!

    Recipe #38065

    A great light dessert, and easy to tote to a potluck.

    Recipe #141645

    To me Fannie Farmer's recipe is the only "real" Macaroni & Cheese. It's from my 1946 edition of "Fannie Farmer's Boston Cooking School Cookbook". With time on it's side - this recipe is hands down the best for traditional, homemade baked macaroni & cheese - comfort food. Please Note: If you use CHEAP CHEESE you will end up with a BLAND and FLAVORLESS DISH!

    Recipe #135350

    I got this recipe from Fannie Flagg's Whistle Stop Cafe Cookbook. I bring it to just about every potluck dinner we go to. The paprika is my own variation.

    Recipe #260418

    I came up with this a few years back when pasta salad was requested for a potluck. It is very flexible. You can use your favorite pasta, alter the amount of veggies, substitute red pepper for green, add black olives, or whatever. Use your imaginaton and enjoy! Prep time does not include refrigeration time. NOTE: If you have trouble finding Fiesta Ranch Dip Mix, use Recipe #134253. It makes a large batch, you just need 2 or 3 tablespoons.

    Recipe #137525

    This Sandwich really has nothing to do with fish, except that I used to make this when we would go out fishing - it was easy and could feed a crowd of many - hmmmm loaves and fishes?

    Recipe #269017

    This recipe is a real crowd pleaser. It tastes wonderful.. sweet, smoky, tangy and meaty. A friend of mine gave me this recipe, she also got it from a friend, so I don't know how this originated. I'm thinking that it must be an old recipe 'cause it costs more than five bucks to make! It was a big hit at my son's graduation party.

    Recipe #108328

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