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    Can you believe you make this in a crockpot? Try it!

    Recipe #40557

    3 Reviews |  By Marlitt

    This is a really refreshing dumpling. We would have them as a summer meal. The could be a desert. This is something my grand mother used to make us. Found this recipe on another site (by bettiann) altered little to the way we used to make them.

    Recipe #104276

    This recipe is from a cooking class I once took. They make a nice change from the usual potato accompaniments. Nice with a beef or pork roast. Don't let the spices turn you away. They're just what the dumplings need.

    Recipe #150960

    One of those dishes that reaps in way more compliments in relation to the effort (what effort?) that went into making it. So good with a mixed greens salad and a rice pilaf. This is also really good on the grill - baste with the marinade a couple of times. Then I like it with cole slaw and corn on the cob.

    Recipe #60844

    I don't even like Pork, but was tricked into tasting this dish when I was told it was chicken. WOW! The meat was sooo tender and juicy; so tender in fact, that it was literally falling apart! It was like nothing I'd ever tasted before! Definitely not like my mother's hard, crusty pork chops! lol! This recipes goes hand in hand w/ some mashed potatoes. Just pour the leftover gravy on the taters' and enjoy!

    Recipe #45940

    Like many family recipes, this one was created out of the need to stretch ingredients. One day when there was just a little chicken, and even less ground beef in the house, an old Aunt of mine decreed that the two should be cooked together to make a meal large enough for the whole family. The result was a wonderfully tasty dish that smelled just like Sunday dinner, but it wasn't, because on Sundays we always made sure to have enough of either chicken or meat. This is one of my absolute favorite ways to cook chicken. I hope that you enjoy it as well.

    Recipe #103948

    I've modified my grandmother's recipe for the 21st Century. I can't have a dinner party and not asked to make this simple dish. Enjoy!

    Recipe #12522

    Sweet potatoes have always been one of my favorite root veggies. My family has always eaten them sweet. Candied, caramel, brown sugar, baked with butter and cinnamon...dessert recipes by the ton. I know a lot of different ways to eat them are out there, but this is another one of my favorite ways. I didn't know that it was called "chantilly" until my gourmet class.

    Recipe #185456

    You'll need your butcher's help with this, but just ask, they'll be happy to do it for you!! This is VERY tender and OH SO GOOD because it's made from "cubed" pork chops rather than cubed steak or even tenderized round steak like most recipes use! I've never had good luck with cube steak! No matter what I did it was always tough, from medium rare to well done, it just never came out good and I gave up on it, ...til Tom told me his mom used to use pork instead! What a difference!!! You'll be shocked, too, at how Large they get when they "cube" them!! They're amazing! I've even made them for catering once, and they about died over them! They were a HUGE hit!! Hope you try it this way, you'll never go back! LOL! :)

    Recipe #163861

    The perfect summer dessert. Not your ordinary strawberry shortcake!

    Recipe #24672

    This is a recipe my mother gave me. It was typical of the types of cakes baked during the war when shortages and rationing was in effect. It is moist and delicious. Mother always made it at Christmas time and we thought it was a real treat. Posted in response to a request.

    Recipe #77186

    I found this recipe in a Taste of Home magazine. This tasted like an oatmeal cookie.

    Recipe #30954

    I found this pulled pork recipe years ago, and it's a favorite at potlucks. Freezes well for easy quick meals.

    Recipe #131018

    Amazing flavor, and so simple! No salt needed here. In fact, you may wish to use half the ranch dressing mix to cut back on the saltiness. Found this Crock-Pot pot roast recipe on of a website called www.recipegoldmine.com. It's all the rage there, so I thought I'd try it.

    Recipe #27208

    2 Reviews |  By 1Steve

    Very versatile recipe. You can use any fruit and or nuts you like. recipe courtesy The Maria Atwood Inn Franklin, New Hampshire

    Recipe #40496

    9 Reviews |  By Lennie

    I have not tried this yet, but was pleased to find the recipe and wanted to share. I buy the frozen kievs frequently and look forward to making my own. Prep time includes the chilling of the butter mixture.

    Recipe #21080

    I love chocolate, but sugar is so bad and addictive for me. I find that it fulfills my cravings. Everyone I have made this for swears it is the best hot chocolate that they have ever had. They are always surprised to find out that it has no sugar. The fact that it is pure chocolate is what makes it so good and so fulfilling. I created this myself for me, but I am sure other people have thought of this too.

    Recipe #142514

    This dish is baked in a 9x13 casserole, and the dumplings sort of make themselves. it is easy and delicious. it appeared in a local community paper some time ago.

    Recipe #126137

    4 Reviews |  By Dave C

    Some dangerous liaisons, like hot bittersweet fudge sauce and ice cold vanilla ice cream, are definitely worth the risk.

    Recipe #15480

    I love this recipe! It is from the Roald Dahl story, The Fantastic Mr. Fox and can be seen in "Roald Dahl's Revolting Recipes". I suggest you try it. It is definitely worth the work. Kids will love the meal as much as they will love the story. From your friend, StinaWina, the 9 year old chef

    Recipe #102997

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