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American food - not your tired burgers and fries - or those horrific "faux" American food like deep fried butter and pizza.
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Recipe #46543

From homesicktexan.blogspot.com Posted for ZWT 5. Serve over pork, beef, or poultry.

Recipe #371833

You have to use the Dr. Pepper or Mexican coke that's made with cane sugar instead of high fructose corn syrup.--------------------------------------------------------------------------- From homesicktexan.blogspot.com--------------------------------------------------------------------------- Adapted from cooking with Dr. Pepper and 7-Up.

Recipe #371838

Serve over pork, chicken, tacos, beans or with chips. From homesicktexan.blogspot.com

Recipe #371849

Standing up from my chair, I nervously said, "Hi. I'm Bella and I'm addicted to Pico De Gallo." I had outed my addiction. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- I AM A PICO DE GALLO JUNKIE! --------------------------------------------------------------------------- From homesicktexan.blogspot.com

Recipe #371896

From homesicktexan.blogspot.com

Recipe #371900

From thenest.com which featured this recipe from 150 Things to Make with Roast Chicken by Tony Rosenfeld. I haven't tried it but I'd like to (sans bacon of course ;-) )

Recipe #254315

Mom used to make these for my sister and me when we were little. I made these for my (ex)boyfriend and he loved them.

Recipe #218133

I was out of Velveeta, the cheese I usually use for a grilled cheese. Instead I used raw (unpasteurized) pepper jack cheese. I'll never go back to Velveeta grilled cheese again! Even my picky 3-year-old brother loves them and keeps asking me to make him a "spicy grilled cheese!"

Recipe #218194

My mom and grandma would spend the day making this sauce in a huge vat and canning this the rest of the day. This is a much smaller recipe so you won't have 25 mason jars of sauce ;-) This is the only BBQ sauce I like.

Recipe #232947

Irene was a neighbor of my Grandmama when (I'm assuming) my dad was younger. My Grandmama says this is the best Pumpkin Bread recipe.

Recipe #245818

From edibleportland.com - by Abigail Chipley

Recipe #371777

If there is one thing I love, it's a fresh fig! This recipe is from California Fresh Fig booklet.

Recipe #367810

Recipe #366182

http://www.home-ec101.com/category/cook-it-up/page/28/

Recipe #356438

http://www.ehow.com/how_4482959_own-cajun-seasoning-mix.html?ref=fuel&utm_source=yahoo&utm_medium=ssp&utm_campaign=yssp_art

Recipe #356437

I was rummaging through my grandmama's cookbook pantry when I stumbled upon one of my great-great grandma's cookbooks. I looked through for markings in the book and happened to stumble upon this recipe. I don't think I'd try this unless I was looking for "old timey" recipes. ***For those who don't know what Suet it, check it out on Wikipedia - it's a beef fat.*** --Submitted by Mrs. S.B. Ellis. From The Sunflower Cookbook, compiled by the Ladies of the Methodist Episcopal Church - Cottonwood Falls, Kansas, published in 1901-- *** The recipe called for "one spoon" of this or that so where it called for "one spoon" I have it listed as a tablespoon.***

Recipe #245822

Got this in my inbox from Martha Stewart's cookie of the day for Oct. 18, 2008. I've tweaked this just a bit.

Recipe #333240

This makes my mouth water. From the Nov. 26, 2006 edition of the Dallas Morning News which received it from Executive chef Blythe Beck, Hector's on Henderson restaurant in Dallas.

Recipe #331208

Pennsylvania Dutch Sticky Buns - adapted from the cookbook "The Lost Recipes" by Marion Cunningham. These can be frozen but should be served warm. The custard filling can be made while the buns are cooking. Prep time includes rising.

Recipe #280862

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