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    Got this from my cousin-in-law Doreen. The chicken cooks for 2 1/2 hours and comes out so moist. There will be plenty of juice from the meat to make a gravy. Serve with mashed potatoes and your favorite veggie. Great weekend meal for those upcoming cold evenings. Cooking time includes the 20 minute sitting time in step 11.

    Recipe #143862

    Mom would make these for special occasions and holidays. They taste good hot or at room temperature. She would make about 100 of these at a time and never measured the ingredients, so what I have here is just approximate amounts. I've given the amounts for about 36 mushrooms here.

    Recipe #184601

    From Emeril's cookbook, Louisiana Real & Rustic. Simple to make.

    Recipe #185653

    1 Reviews |  By CandyTX

    Candy absolutely loves lime and garlic... this is something Tom came up with when she wants wanting citrus chicken... yum!

    Recipe #171089

    1 Reviews |  By CandyTX

    I made this up from several recipes we tried, but never could find one that was perfect... great with a side salad.

    Recipe #171886

    3 Reviews |  By CandyTX

    I won the blue ribbon at a family reunion freeze off... light and yummy!

    Recipe #171898

    2 Reviews |  By JT'sMom

    This recipe has been in my family for generations. The brown sugar and the juices from the fresh peaches caramelize as the batter on top bakes into a moist cake. This is wonderful served warm with heavy cream, whipped cream, or ice cream. **NOTE: The number of peaches needed will depend on their size. You want an even layer, covering the bottom of your baking dish. I have use anywhere from 4 large peaches to 6 small peaches. If you place your peaches into a pot of boiling water for about 30 - 40 seconds and then into cold water, the peels come off very easy. Another tip; before peeling (after the plunge into the boiling water), take your paring knife and starting from the stem end, slice around the peach ending were you started, then while holding each half, twist in opposite directions to release the pit (much like you would like an avocado). Then peel and slice. If you have really sweet peaches, you can adjust the brown sugar to 3/4 cup.

    Recipe #158112

    2 Reviews |  By JT'sMom

    This Pineapple Upside-down Cake used to grace the table every Easter at Grandma’s. My sister gave me the recipe it is from "The Silver Palate". It is truly decadent garnished with fresh whipped cream. In addition to the pecans, maraschino cherries can be used as well. **COOKS NOTE: The baking time in The Silver Palate recipe states 30 - 35 minutes, however those who have reviewed the cake have had to bake it for 60 minutes. My sister always baked this cake and I made it public before baking it myself. As I went to bake it, I realized my pan was too small so I need to purchase a 9 1/2 inch pan.

    Recipe #171021

    I watched Giada prepare this dish on her Food Network show, Everyday Italian. Episode: Vegetarian Italian It looked so easy and delicious, I prepared it for my family that same night. It was a big hit! NOTE: Giada prepared this dish for her Mother who dislikes garlic, so I added 10 split cloves of garlic to the vegetables before roasting.

    Recipe #166577

    This is a recipe from Alton Brown's show Good Eats. (He is my hero!) It is modified from the original by using 1/2 tsp instead of 1 tsp of Adobo sauce and extra salt. A great side to go with a steak and a salad!

    Recipe #186141

    2 Reviews |  By Dwynnie

    I found the original of this recipe on About.com by Lee Custer. Very good and easy! Lee grills his steaks, but we have started smoking ours and they are great!

    Recipe #172697

    2 Reviews |  By Dwynnie

    I adapted this recipe from one I found online that used blueberries, lemon yogurt, and crushed gingersnap cookies. I couldn't find lemon yogurt and I needed some cake in there! A great and easy summer dessert. Variation: If you don't like yogurt, try this with lemon pudding! Or change it up and use lemon pound cake with white chocolate pudding!

    Recipe #177640

    Oh how I love this chicken!!! Another great simple recipe from "HOORAY for Chicken". We enjoy with fresh tossed salad! Note* time displayed includes marinate time.

    Recipe #169295

    I loooove a great hot sub, and this is allll that and better with a bag of chips!!! and a nice dill pickle!

    Recipe #169352

    What can I say? Super, super easy, fast, cheap, simple side dish. Even better when you add your own special touch!

    Recipe #169472

    I'm going to praise myself for a minute here and say this really is the best tasting roast EVER. AND I challenge everyone to check it out. The flavor is amazing, THE LEFT OVERS, ESPECIALLY THE POTATOES, WERE AWESOME THE NEXT DAY!!!!!! please NOTE** regarding the review received--I tried making it with a packet of dry Italian seasoning mix and it was just as good!

    Recipe #182770


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