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    This recipe has been a big hit at family gatherings and potlucks for years! It could also be used as a light dessert. I have also used French Vanilla pudding mix. It makes a large amount so make sure to use a very large mixing bowl.

    Recipe #49896

    My great Aunt shared this recipe with me after I tried to can 32 quarts of kraut one year. I lost everyone to my recipe. The next year I tried hers and everyone went crazy for it. When I open the jar my family would come running to sample it. People preparing--this is truly a great traditional-style recipe. I didn't lose a single jar this way.

    Recipe #136134

    This recipe comes from Brian Turner, the greatest living Yorkshire chef. It's chief glory is that all the measurements are by volume so adjusting it to suit larger or smaller groups is dead easy. I always use a yogurt container to measure it but you could use a bucket if you've a large group for which to cater.

    Recipe #744

    1 Reviews |  By poo235

    If you love cabbage and are not a big fan of the cole slaws with lots of mayo, you'll love this recipe! German cole slaw is usually made with vinegar and no mayo which makes it a lot lower in fat. This is a compromise on that, and I really love the flavor of this dressing. Don't shy away from using lots of fresh ground black pepper! The dressing amounts are approximate: if you like more/less dressing on your salads, you can half the ingredients or double them - just keep the proportions the same. Sometimes, I add some chopped bacon for some more flavor. Also, you can use cashews, walnuts, pecans, your favorite nut, or any combination in place of almonds.

    Recipe #195367

    This recipe came from a Malboro cigarette promotion.

    Recipe #32133

    7 Reviews |  By melewen

    There's a fairly similar recipe on here for roasted broccoli, but there's no temperature set, and that's KEY! Also, I like the broccoli to stand on its own--no need for pignoli, aka pine nuts! I, myself, have always loved broccoli, but this method of cooking is BY FAR the best.

    Recipe #378287

    All you need is a stove. I went to the British for this because if anyone knows how to roast a chestnut, they do. From the BBC. I needed plain for a recipe and don't use oils.

    Recipe #146220

    These are easy and yummy seasoned potato skins filled with bacon and cheese!

    Recipe #43908

    This is quick, tastes rich and creamy. Great to take to cookouts and potlucks!!!

    Recipe #53678

    6 Reviews |  By Tish

    A summer side dish right out of you garden! What could be more yummy. Found in Goodhousekeeping

    Recipe #34655

    When you are feeling real lazy !

    Recipe #10223

    This green bean casserole is a family tradition. My grandmother makes this every Thanksgiving. Absolutely the best! Simple and easy, but the flavor is so good!

    Recipe #47102

    from southernfood.about.com

    Recipe #227010

    Adapted from Southern Living. This is very different from the usual green bean casseroles out there. I prefer sweet onions such as Walla Walla or Vidalia, but ordinary cooking onions are fine too. French style green beans are regular green beans that have been thinly sliced. If all you have is the regular kind, simply slice them into thin strips with a knife or use them whole.

    Recipe #94441

    14 Reviews |  By SlipC

    My hubby is a big rice fan, and this is one of his favorite kinds. Great for the holidays and potluck dinners.

    Recipe #47641

    ummmm.....corn souffle (no cornbread mix)

    Recipe #37929

    Lee's Hot Crab Dip

    Recipe #246

    Elegant and delicious. Try this - you'll love it!

    Recipe #14301

    This is a must at your holiday dinner table, It has just the right balance of sweet and spicy --- cooking time will vary depending on the size you cut the sweet potatoes you will love these!

    Recipe #78953

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