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    This breakfast casserole is good for any Sunday morning. Prepare it the night before and just throw it in the oven the next morning. It also has endless possibilities. You could add onions, crumbled cooked bacon, ham, and green and red peppers to this dish to make it even more tastier. I hope you enjoy. I found this recipe on Recipesource.com.

    Recipe #241554

    1 Reviews |  By Kim D.

    Posted on the Texas Highway's website.

    Recipe #136196

    I am not big on coleslaw, but found this one to be a nice twist. Found in simple and delicious.

    Recipe #200316

    This is a recipe that a friend gave me. He swears by it and says that it is nice. It is meant to be very original. Editor's note: Pure alcohol is very irritating to the throat and should never be drunk straight -- Please drink responsibly.

    Recipe #16710

    Originally from an Austin, TX community cookbook. Family favorite.

    Recipe #27178

    An old one from Southern Living.

    Recipe #30129

    This recipe is from The Columns on Alamo B&B in San Antonio. It makes a lovely brunch, lunch or dinner entree. I serve it with a crispy green salad, or sometimes a fruit salad.

    Recipe #44640

    Found this on the internet. I'm a sucker for snack mix. This one looks interesting and different.

    Recipe #171189

    3 Reviews |  By Molly53

    A zesty little mouthful perfect for your next event.

    Recipe #173922

    1 Reviews |  By GIBride

    Good sauce for baked fish.

    Recipe #256741

    A little southwestern flair for the dog.

    Recipe #135315

    I entered this recipe in a local cooking contest many years ago and it was first runnerup to the winner of the dessert category. I think the original recipe came from the Imperial Sugar Company in Sugarland, Texas but I made a few changes to suit my tastes.

    Recipe #74721

    I have been making these biscuits for years and love the almost creamy texture. They always remind me of the time when I was quite young and was cramped on time. I grabbed some bisquick and snuck some of those onto the table. My in laws being ever so gracious declared them the best they ever ate (thinking I needed encouragement!)

    Recipe #138061

    3 Reviews |  By yooper

    I just came across this one but wish I had found it in July! Sounds like a perfect dessert for a picnic or backyard grill out! I can't wait until watermelon is back in season here!

    Recipe #43780

    Church cookbook.

    Recipe #252240

    This is from Light & Tasty. Good, hearty warming stew.

    Recipe #240698

    On March 2, 2003 a prisoner escaped from the Newton County Correctional Facility. He eluded authorities for a week. While hiding in the woods, he helped himself to food and drinks he found in a refrigerator and freezer which were in a storage shed at the rear of a nearby residence. Shortly after the escapee was recaptured, it was discovered that the residence where he had been stealing food was the home of the police chief's father and step-mother. But it turns out that the prisoner who said that the cake was "the best he ever had" got to finish off the rest of the cake. The half eaten cake was sent to the county jail specifically for him. When a reporter asked him what he liked so much about the cake, the prisoner replied, "it was chocolate, my favorite". This is the recipe for the "spice cake" now known as Jailbreak Cake.

    Recipe #60922

    YEE HAW, this is good.

    Recipe #227733

    These are incredible!

    Recipe #213238

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