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    1 Reviews |  By GaylaV

    This is very close to the way my Mom made Spanish Rice. This dish was taken to every pot-luck we attended, not because it was what she wanted to take but it was what everyone asked her to bring. This is a very simple dish with only as much spice in it as you want. I am posting it as the very basic recipe. You can add to it what you like to suit your palate. I like to serve this with creamy coleslaw.

    Recipe #355895

    If you like Dreamcycles, you will like this punch. Great for wedding showers.

    Recipe #59963

    Also from Quick Cooking. Delicious and refreshing!

    Recipe #367204

    A sheet cake with crushed pineapple, vanilla and chopped walnuts covered in a cream cheese and powdered sugar topping! A great fall dessert especially for Thanksgiving or Christmas!

    Recipe #330297

    More like a dessert than a salad.

    Recipe #26036

    3 Reviews |  By Bippie

    This dish was always showing up at pot luck dinners when I was a kid. I could eat whole bowls of this stuff and never get tired of it.

    Recipe #163257

    This recipe was adapted from one published in the Los Angeles Times about 20 years ago, when they did a feature on polish food. The original recipe called for lard, I make it with canola oil

    Recipe #347852

    Growing up in the multi-ethnic steel towns outside Pittsburgh, PA produced some very interesting and deliciously unexpected combinations of foods and cooking techniques. This is what happens when a pantry full of Polish staples collides with the stir-fry technique. I first saw it at a church pot-luck dinner and have made it many times.

    Recipe #210530

    I personally haven't made this, but my Aunt made it for a potluck, and it was very tasty, although very rich. Perfect to take along to a potluck meal. Can be made a day ahead, but never freeze this.

    Recipe #113633

    This recipe is from a Jeff Smith (Frugal Gourmet) cookbook. I often use a chuck roast for this. The original recipe also calls for 3 or 4 dried mushrooms to be added with the other ingredients, but I have never used them.

    Recipe #162525

    Got this from Pillsbury. I threw it together one afternoon before my husband brought his poker gang over. The sauce was really quite delicious.

    Recipe #51681

    This sandwich is great for parties. It is easy and has something for everyone. It can also be made a bit ahead of time so you can get yourself beautiful before the party starts.

    Recipe #208536

    Good old-country comfort food.

    Recipe #216472

    A delicious pasta salad using bow-tie pasta. It is great as a side dish or as a light lunch. As with any pasta dish, the longer you allow it to marinate in the refrigerator the better the flavor will be. The recipe doesn't call for salad to marinate in the refrigerator but I recommend it. (Recipe courtesy of Olivia Hines at AllRecipes)

    Recipe #144431

    Made it last night and was surprised at how good it tasted. This is a simple and filling dish.

    Recipe #377776

    A great party tray that serves twenty people. A great money-server when you make it at home versus paying the local deli. "Accompany party tray with a basket of assorted breads and rolls and favorite spreads such as mayonnaise and mustard. Another platter could have lettuce leaves, tomato slices and bell pepper rings to use as sandwich add-ins." (Recipe and partial description courtesy of Healthy Choice, Echrich, Margherita, Butterball, County Line and Armour deli.)

    Recipe #152010

    This is nice and spicy, just right. It's sooo gooood!!

    Recipe #18915

    The great thing about Texas Hash is that you can adjust the seasonings and other ingredients to suit your taste preferences. So it can gave be as hot or mild as your taste buds will tolerate. We serve this with thick slices of Texas Toast that we lightly toast during the last several minutes that the Texas Hash is baking.

    Recipe #330481

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